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SANAA : Sejima & Nishizawa, 1990-2017

Author: Luis Fernández-Galiano
Publisher: Madrid : Arquitectura Viva 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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SANAA. Sejima & Nishizawa. 1990-2017 gathers the complete oeuvre of Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa over almost three decades of work of the three studios they lead in Tokyo, and that has produced prominent buildings like the Zollverein School of Design in Essen, the Rolex Center in Lausanne, the Louvre-Lens Museum, or their recent center for the Grace Farms Foundation in Connecticut. With articles by Luis  Read more...
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Named Person: Kazuyo Sejima; Ryūe Nishizawa; Ryūe Nishizawa; Kazuyo Sejima
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Luis Fernández-Galiano
ISBN: 9788461764976 8461764978
OCLC Number: 981628345
Language Note: Text in English and Spanish
Description: 352 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), plans ; 31 cm
Contents: SANAA en sueños = SANAA dreaming / Luis Fernández-Galiano --
Cuestión de maquetas = Talking about study models / Kazuyo Sejima --
Paisaje, tiempo, verbos = Landscape-like architecture, verb-like architecture / Ryue Nishizawa --
[I.] Kazuyo Sejima & Associates : Saishunkan Seiyaku women's dormitory, Kumamoto --
Gifu Kitagata apartment building, Gifu --
Small house, Tokyo --
House in a plum grove, Tokyo --
Onishi Hall, Gunma --
Seijo townhouses, Seijo ; Okurayama apartments, Yokohama --
Toyota Aizuma Hall Aichi --
Inujima Art House Project, Okayama --
Shibaura office building, Tokyo --
Nishinoyama house, Kyoto --
Yoshida Printing Headquarters, Tokyo --
[II.] Office of Ryue Nishizawa : Weekend house, Gunma --
Moriyama house, Tokyo --
Eda apartment building, Kanagawa --
House A, Tokyo --
Teshima Art Museum, Kagawa --
Towada Art Center, Aomori --
Garden & house, Tokyo --
Hiroshi Senju Museum Karuizawa, Nagano --
Terasaki house, Kanagawa --
House in Kita-Kamkura, Kanagawa --
Roof and Mushrooms Pavilion, Kyoto --
Fukita Pavilion, Kagawa --
[III.] SANAA/Sejima & Nishizawa : Multi-media studio in Ogaki, Gifu --
S-House, Okayama --
O-Museum, Nagamo --
Koga Park Cafe, Ibaraki --
De Kunstlinie Theater and Cultural Center, Almere, The Netherlands --
Kanazawa Museum of Contemporary Art, Ishikawa --
Glass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio --
Dior building Omotesando, Tokyo --
Novartis Campus office building, Basel, Switzerland --
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York --
IVAM extension, Valencia, Spain --
Zollverein School of Management and Design, Essen, Germany --
Naoshima Ferry Terminal, Kagawa --
Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne, Switzerland --
Louvre-Lens Museum, Lens, France --
Vitra Factory Building, Weil am Rhein, Germany --
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London --
La Samaritaine, Paris --
Grace Farms, Connecticut --
Bocconi University Campus, Milan, Italy --
Taichung City Cultural Center, Taichung, Taiwan --
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem, Israel --
Sydney Modern Project, Sydney, Australia --
New National Gallery and Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary.
Other Titles: Sejima and Nishizawa
Responsibility: Luis Fernández-Galiano ed.

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SANAA. Sejima & Nishizawa. 1990-2017 gathers the complete oeuvre of Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa over almost three decades of work of the three studios they lead in Tokyo, and that has produced prominent buildings like the Zollverein School of Design in Essen, the Rolex Center in Lausanne, the Louvre-Lens Museum, or their recent center for the Grace Farms Foundation in Connecticut. With articles by Luis Fernández-Galiano and the architects themselves, this monograph examines the principles and methods behind the seeming simplicity of the work of the two Japanese architects, and unveils the keys to the radicalness of their architecture, extremely light and immaterial.

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