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Prada Aoyama Tokyo : Herzog & de Meuron

Author: Germano Celant; Herzog & de Meuron.; Fondazione Prada (Milan, Italy)
Publisher: [Milan] : Fondazione Prada, [©2003]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [2. ed.]View all editions and formats
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"Recounts the creative process that led to the realization of the Prada Aoyama Tokyo project executed by the Swiss architectural studio Herzog & de Meuron on behalf of Prada. The building's present appearance, the conception of which began at the end of 1999, is the result of a rigorous analytical study carried out on a number of fronts: on one side with an examination of the territory of the city and in particular  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Germano Celant; Herzog & de Meuron.; Fondazione Prada (Milan, Italy)
ISBN: 888702927X 9788887029277
OCLC Number: 64400483
Language Note: In English, with translations from German by Catherine Schelbert, translations from Italian by David Stanton.
Notes: Documentation of the creative process behind the Prada Aoyama Topkyo project realized by the Swiss architectural studio Herzog & de Meuron for Prada.
Edition statement from label on back flyleaf.
Accompanied by booklet with translation from English into Japanese.
Description: 385 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), map, plans ; 21 cm + 1 translation booklet (32 pages ; 21 cm)
Responsibility: [general editor, Germano Celant].

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"Recounts the creative process that led to the realization of the Prada Aoyama Tokyo project executed by the Swiss architectural studio Herzog & de Meuron on behalf of Prada. The building's present appearance, the conception of which began at the end of 1999, is the result of a rigorous analytical study carried out on a number of fronts: on one side with an examination of the territory of the city and in particular the specific area involved, and on the other with an investigation of the type of objects that the structure would subsequently accommodate. The interlacing of these varying dynamics gave rise to the creation of the definitive shape of the edifice inaugurated in Spring 2003, which is documented in this volume in all its different phases of the elaboration process"--p. [5].

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