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Sergei Tchoban : architecture drawings

Author: Sergeĭ Choban; Luca Molinari
Publisher: Milano : Skira Editore S.p.A., 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This monograph presents the architecture drawings of Sergei Tchoban, including architectural fantasies as well as images of existing architecture from his travels all around Europe. With a revealing interview on the importance of drawing for architecture and today's city, this book presents a selection of 130 drawings, chosen from the wealth of material accumulated in over ten years of work and research. The volume  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Interviews
Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc
Named Person: Sergeĭ Choban; Sergeĭ Choban; Sergeĭ Choban; Sergeĭ Choban; Sergei E Tchoban
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sergeĭ Choban; Luca Molinari
ISBN: 9788857225425 8857225429
OCLC Number: 920541771
Description: 219 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color), plans ; 29 cm
Contents: The inner sight / Santiago Calatrava --
"When once we see keenly enough, there is very little difficulty in drawing what we see" / Massimiliano Fuksas --
A dialogue with Sergei Tchoban / Luca Molinari --
Sketchbook, diaries and observational --
Water and the city --
Visions, follies and fantasies --
Biography.
Responsibility: edited by Luca Molinari ; introductions by Santiago Calatrava, Massimiliano Fuksas.

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This monograph presents the architecture drawings of Sergei Tchoban, including architectural fantasies as well as images of existing architecture from his travels all around Europe. With a revealing interview on the importance of drawing for architecture and today's city, this book presents a selection of 130 drawings, chosen from the wealth of material accumulated in over ten years of work and research. The volume is introduced by a text by Santiago Calatrava, 'The Inner Sight', and one by Massimiliano Fuksas, "When once we see keenly enough, there is very little difficulty in drawing what we see." Sergei Tchoban was born in 1962 in St Petersburg, Russia. Between 1980 and 1986 he studied at the Ilya Repin Institute, Russian Academy of Arts, St Petersburg. In 1992, he began working with Nietz - Prasch - Sigl, Hamburg, and in 1995 as a partner of Nietz - Prasch - Sigl und Partner Architekten BDA, Hamburg, Berlin, Dresden, heading the Berlin branch. In 2003, they relaunched as NPS Tchoban voss Architekten BDA, while in 2006 he founded the architectural studio SPEECH in Moscow. In 2009, he established the Tchoban Foundation Museum for Architectural Drawing in Berlin and in 2010 he opened the studio ST Design.

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