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Blurred zones : investigations of the interstitial : Eisenman Architects, 1988-1998

Author: Andrew E Benjamin; et al
Publisher: New York : Monacelli Press, ©2003.
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"Presents seventeen design projects, both built and unbuilt, and twelve essays that attempt to illuminate and illustrate the conceptual activity of blurring. The work from this period begins in 1988, with a project for the Guardiola House in Cadiz, Spain, and continues through 1998, with the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berline. Also shown in this monograph, with photographs and Eisenman's signature  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Designs and plans
Dessins et plans
Named Person: Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman; Peter Eisenman
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew E Benjamin; et al
ISBN: 1580930492 9781580930499
OCLC Number: 49225901
Description: 334 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Contents: Blurred Zones / Peter Eisenman --
Guardiola House: Cadiz, Spain --
Classicism Lost / Franco Purini --
Aronoff Center for Design and Art: Cincinnati, Ohio --
Aronoff and Ideology --
Milan Triennale: Milan, Italy --
Koizumi Sangyo Office Building: Tokyo, Japan --
Processes of the Interstitial / Peter Eisenman --
Greater Columbus Convention Center: Columbus, Ohio --
Banyoles Olympic Hotel: Banyoles, Spain --
Folding in Time: The Singularity of Rebstock / Peter Eisenman --
Rebstockpark Master Plan: Frankfurt, Germany --
Perplications: On the Space and Time of Rebstockpark / John Rajchman --
Nunotani Headquarters Building: Tokyo, Japan --
A Game of Eisenman Seeks / Cynthia Davidson --
Emory University Center for the Arts: Atlanta, Georgia --
WHOSE M EMORY? / K. Michael Hays --
Max Reinhardt Haus: Berlin, Germany --
Conservatory and Contemporary Arts Center: Tours, France --
Klingelhofer-Dreieck Housing: Berlin, Germany --
Nordliches Derendorf Master Plan: Dusseldorf, Germany --
Zones of Undecidability I / Peter Eisenman --
Church for the Year 2000: Rome, Italy --
PaperArt Installation: Duren, Germany --
Zones of Undecidability II / Peter Eisenman --
Bibliotheque de l'HUEI: Geneva, Switzerland --
Opening the Interstitial: Eisenman's Space of Difference / Andrew Benjamin --
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe: Berlin, Germany --
Germania Remember: Berlin's Memorial or Eisenman's Danteum? / Luis Fernandez-Galiano.
Responsibility: with essays by Andrew Benjamin ... [et al.].
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"Presents seventeen design projects, both built and unbuilt, and twelve essays that attempt to illuminate and illustrate the conceptual activity of blurring. The work from this period begins in 1988, with a project for the Guardiola House in Cadiz, Spain, and continues through 1998, with the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berline. Also shown in this monograph, with photographs and Eisenman's signature drawings, are the Aronoff Center for Design and Art at the University of Cincinnati and the Greater Columbus Convention Center, both in Ohio; The Nunotani Headquarters building in Tokyo; the Max Reinhardt Haus in Berlin; and the entry for the Church for the Year 2000 competition in Rome. Complementing the design projects are texts by critics"--Bookjacket.

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