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Architecture now! 3 = Architektur heute = L'architecture d'aujourd'hui

Author: Philip Jodidio
Publisher: Köln : Taschen, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This volume identifies the latest trends from Los Angeles to Tokyo and explains exactly how architecture is finding a new equilibrium, where the old boundaries of space and function no longer exist.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip Jodidio
ISBN: 3822829358 9783822829356
OCLC Number: 56989763
Language Note: Parallel text in English, German and French.
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 575 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Reihoku Community Hall, Reihoku, Kumamoto, Japan / Hitoshi Abe --
Mur Island Project, Mur Island, Graz, Austria / Vito Acconci --
Dirty House, East London / David Adjaye --
Loftcube, Berlin, Germany / Werner Aisslinger --
Louis Vuitton, Omotesando, Tokyo / Jun Aoki --
Carlos Miele flagship store / New York / Asymptote --
Glass Shutter House, Meguro, Tokyo ; Atsushi Imai Memorial Gymnasium, Odate, Akita, Japan / Shigeru Ban --
Norddeutsche Landesbank, Friedrichswall, Hanover, Germany / Behnish, Behnish & Partner --
Ysios Winery, Laguardia, Alava, Spain ; Tenerife Auditorium Santa Cruz, Canary Islands, Spain / Santiago Calatrava --
Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria / Cook/Fournier --
Forum Arteplage Biel, Expo.02, Biel, Switzerland / Coop Himmelb(L)au --
Charles Deaton Sculpture House, Genesee Mountain, Golden Colorado / Charles Deaton --
Glaphyros House, Paris ; Bankside Paramorph, London / dECOi Architects --
Tomihiro Hoshino Museum, Azuma-Mura, Gunma, Japan / Neil M. Denari --
Blur Building, Expo.02, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland / Diller + Scofidio --
The Weather Project, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London / Olafur Eliasson --
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts, Newcastle, UK / Ellis Williams --
Natural Ellipse, Tokyo ; Natural Illuminance, Tokyo / Masaki Endoh and Masahiro Ikeda --
Tacoma Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington / Arthur Erickson --
Yokohama International Port Terminal, Yokohama, Japan / FOA --
Espace Citroën, 42 Champs-Elysées, Paris / Manuelle Gautrand --
Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York ; Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles / Frank O. Gehry --
Archeological Museum and Park, Bramsche-Kalkriese, Germany / Gigon/Guyer --
Peninsula House, Victoria, Australia / Sean Godsell --
House in the Rocky Mountains, Genesee, Colorado / Alexander Gorlin --
Stevie Eller Dance Theater, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona / Gould Evans --
Bergisel Ski Jump, Innsbruck, Austria ; Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati, Ohio / Zaha Hadid --
Laban Centre London, Creekside, Deptford, London ; Prada Aoyama Tokyo, Minato-ku, Tokyo / Herzog & De Meuron --
Ceramics Park Mino, Tajimi, Gifu, Japan / Arata Isozaki --
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2002, Kensington Gardens, London / Toyo Ito --
Malibu Video Beach House, Malibu, California / Michael Jantzen --
Rob Brill Residence and Studio, Silverlake, California / Wes Jones --
Sagaponac House, Lot No. 30, Sagaponac, New York / Stephen Kanner --
Maryas, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London / Anish Kapoor --
McCormick Tribune Campus Center, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago / Rem Koolhaas/OMA. Great Bamboo Wall, Badaling, China / Kengo Kuma --
World Trade Center, New York ; Imperial War Museum North, Manchester, UK / Daniel Libeskind --
Ark of the World Museum, San Jose, Costa Rica / Greg Lynn Form --
Triad, Harmonic Drive CO., Hodaka, Japan / Fumihiko Maki --
MoMAQNS, Museum of Modern Art, Long Island City, Queens, New York / Michael Maltzan --
Restaurant 66, New York ; Jubilee Church, (Dio Padre Misericordioso), Tor Tre Teste, Rome / Richard Meier --
IMG Group Headquarters, Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Meyer en van Schoon --
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2003, Kensington Gardens, London / Oscar Niemeyer --
Monolith, Expo.02, Morat, Switzerland / Jean Nouvel --
Son-O-House, Son en Breugel, The Netherlands / NOX --
Hydra House ; Portable house + Ecoville, Los Angeles / Office of Mobile Design --
Town Hall/Hybrid Hotel, Innsbruck, Austria / Dominique Perrault --
Park and observation tower, Busan, South Korea / Plexus R+D --
Temple de l'Amour II, Talus du Temple, Bourgogne, France / Dirk Jan Postel --
DBL House, SGL House, Vienna, Austria / Propeller Z --
L'Arbresle, Versailles, France / Marc Rolinet --
Summer House, Hardanger Fjord, Norway ; Look-out Point, Aurland, Sogn Og Fjord, Norway / Saunders & Wilhelmsen --
House R 128, Stuttgart, Germany / Werner Sobek --
Manoel de Oliveira Movie Theater, Porto, Portugal / Eduardo Souto de Moura --
Taschen Store, Los Angeles / Philippe Starck --
House Moby Dick, Espoo, Finland / Jyrki Tasa --
Bordeaux Lac Convention Center, Bordeaux, France / Jean-Michel Wilmotte --
Mewah Oils Headquarters Pulau Indah Park, Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia / Ken Yeang --
Sasebo Harbor Ferry Terminal, Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan / Shoei Yoh --
Bloc, Kobe, Hyogo, Japan / Akira Yoneda --
Quito House, Miravalle, Quito, Ecuador / Carlos Zapata --
De Verbeelding Pavilion, Zeewolde, The Netherlands / René van Zuuk.
Responsibility: Philip Jodidio ; [German translation: Karin Haag, French translation: Jacques Bosser].

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The planet's most talented and creative architects including Acconci Studio, Calatrava, Gehry, Hadid, Koolhaas, Niemeyer and Souto De Moura, their current and recent projects and website addresses.  Read more...

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