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Oase 93: Public Landscape


nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081529 Acqn 24016
Pb 17x24cm 128pp 85ills 19.95
OASE 93 examines the recent attention that has been paid to the relationship between landscape
and urban planning. This issue explores historical and contemporary attempts at defining
landscape as a public project, as well as the new constellations of government, designer, and
citizen that go along with this process. It also discusses the media in which landscapes are
depicted for a broad audience: television programmes, atlases, exhibitions, and cultural events.

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DD 41 - Nl Architects. Mash Up!


Damdi 2014 ISBN 9788968010309 Acqn 24429
Hb 24x30cm 288pp 275ills 200col 66
The Amsterdam-based office of NL Architects and their aspiration to catalyse urban life is the
focus of this instalment. Principals Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk and Kamiel Klaasse
present 26 projects, from small- to large-scale, including realised buildings, competition concepts
and design investigations, that span the breadth of their practice, from the late 1990s to the
present day. Among these are buildings in the Netherlands, Germany, Slovenia, China and
Taiwan. The exhaustively detailed profiles of each individual project are accompanied by
numerous drawings, diagrams, renderings and photographs that effectively illustrate the mindset
of this forward-thinking office.

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Richard Meier - Smith House, Darien Connecticut 1965-67, Douglas Home, Harbour
Springs 1971-73
A.D.A.Edita Tokyo Co. Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784871406420 Acqn 24472
Pb 26x36cm 80pp 67ills 38col 25

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C3 364 - Museum. Spatial Journeys


C3 2014 no ISBN Acqn 24560
Pb 23x30cm 200ills 150col 21
Museum; Spatial Journeys
The Experiential Journey between
Art, Space and Architecture _ Heidi Saarinen
Long Museum West Bund _ Atelier Deshaus
MuCEM _ Rudy Ricciotti Architecte
Astrup Fearnley Museum _ Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Canadian Museum of Human Rights _ Antoine Predock Architect
Taiyuan Museum of Art _ Preston Scott Cohen, Inc.
Palon Research and Experience Center _ Holzer Kobler Architekturen
Aspen Art Museum _ Shigeru Ban Architects
Mary Rose Museum _ Wilkinson Eyre Architects
Japanese Urban Dwell
Inside-Outside-Inside;
Modulation of Public and Private Condition in Japanese
Contemporary Residential Architecture _ Michele Stramezzi
House in Tokushima _ Suppose Design Office
House T _ Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects
Polyphonic _ Jun Igarashi Architects
Pit House _ UID Archiects
Rain Shelter House _ y+M design office Co.
Outside (Outside) ((Outside)) _ A.A.TH

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GA Document 130 - Frank O Gehry, Fondation Louis Vuitton. OHR, O'Keefe Museums.
Biomuseo
A.D.A.Edita Tokyo Co. Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784871402903 Acqn 24565
Pb 30x25cm 140pp 94col ills 26
Latest Museums:
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, France
Ohr-O'Keefe Museums, Biloxi, Mississippi, U.S.A.
Biomuseo, Panama City, Panama
New Projects:
Quanzhou Museum of Contemporary Art (QMoCA), Quanzhou, Fujian, China
Prospect Place at Battersea Power Station, London, U.K.
King Street West, Tronto, Canada
Exhibition:
Exhibition "Frank Gehry", Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

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Walls that teach - On the architecture of Youth Centres


Jap Sam 2014 ISBN 9789490322427 Acqn 23344
Pb 21x28cm 176pp ills 29.50
In this house the walls will teach declared the Soviet news agency Pravda at the inauguration of
the Moscow Palace of Young Pioneers in 1962. This statement casually formulates a recurring
motif in the history of architecture for youth: the claim to educate through the built environment.
Young people were considered ideal targets for this approach of social constructivism due to their
ambivalent status as objects of social rights but not yet subjects of political rights. The
organisation of youth centres around leisure time activities partially concealed their educational
goals and consequently made them all the more pervasive. The pedagogical power of their
architecture is found not only in design but also in modes of using, appropriating and inhabiting
them.
Containing 14 essays and 25 case studies, this book traces the manifestations of the idea of
pedagogical architecture of youth centres throughout the 20th century.
Susanne Pietsch and Andreas Mueller (editors/introduction), Tom Avermaete, Marina van den
Bergen, Dolf Broekhuizen, Peter Blundell Jones, Matthias Donath, Jennifer Mack, Marco di Nallo,
Susan Reid, Sue Robertson, Piet Vollaard.

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Dutch Dikes
nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081512 Acqn 24015
Hb 25x30cm 336pp col ills 52
The Netherlands has many thousands of dikes. Dikes are the pivotal elements in our landscape,
and have great cultural-historical value. We live in dike houses on the Waalbandijk, cycle along
the meandering Omringdijk in West Friesland, or visit the monument on the Afsluitdijk.
Nevertheless, quite a few of the dikes fail to meet current safety standards. In order to guarantee
our safety, knowledge about dikes is therefore necessary. It is time for an overview as well as a
look towards the future, in a standard work: 'Dutch Dikes'.

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Hans van Heeswijk - The Mauritshuis


nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081451 Acqn 24018
Hb 22x28cm 112pp col ills 31
The Mauritshuis is small but opulent, majestic yet intimate, and is considered by many as the
most beautiful museum in the Netherlands, if not in Europe. The building was originally designed
as a residence, and has suffered as a result of the immense popularity that it gained as a
museum. This publication shows the transformation of this historical building by the Dutch
architect Hans van Heeswijk.

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Double Dutch - Dutch Architecture From 1985 Onwards


nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081604 Acqn 24020
Pb 22x28cm 113pp col ills 31
In this book, the architecture critic and journalist Bernard Hulsman describes how Dutch
architecture experienced an unprecedented boom in the past quarter century. Dutch architects
surprised the world with unconventional designs, such as the Kunsthal by Rem Koolhaas and the
spectacular Dutch pavilion by MVRDV at the World Exhibition in Hanover in 2000. Yet Hulsman
also shows how postmodernism's breakthrough in the world's most architecturally modern
architectural country occurred almost unnoticed.

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Copy Paste - Bad Ass Copy Guide, The Why Factory


nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081642 Acqn 24021
Pb 15x21cm 320pp col ills 31.50
New! A new face! A new style! Worldwide, there is talk of a cult of novelty. This is also true in
architecture, where architects compete against each other in terms of innovation and originality.
The Why Factory does things differently, and in 'Copy Paste', it explores the possibilities of
copying in architecture. Isn't it a good idea to ask what someone adds to the existing repertoire
and then to evaluate that? In science, it is common to define originality in that respect. This type
of attitude seems to be a taboo in architecture. So now the time has come to stop this obsessive
pursuit of unique authorship.

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a+u 528 - Ti Lian Seng Of DP Architects


a+u Publishing Co. Ltd. 2014 no ISBN Acqn 24426
Pb 22x30cm 152pp 130ills 100col 23.50
Architect Ti Lian Seng, principal design director of Singapore-based DP Architects projects in the
Middle East, is the focus of this issue. He has been involved in many of the firms iconic projects
in the past, and is currently working on developments in Istanbul, Dubai, Doha and China.
Presented here is a selection of works in Singapore by Ti Lian Seng, including OUE Bayfront,
Marina Square, Carlton Hotel Premier Wing, Carlton City Hotel, Mandarin Gallery, Sky@Eleven,
and the forthcoming Twin Peaks residential towers. In two interviews, the history of DP Architects
and its role in urban planning in Singapore is discussed, plus designing architecture in
transforming cities.

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a+u 529 - Recent Projects


a+u Publishing Co. Ltd. 2014 no ISBN Acqn 24427
Pb 22x30cm 136pp 120ills 100col 23.50
This edition of the magazine introduces fourteen recent works that have emerged from their
relationship with the urban structure or their process of development, and have the potential to
influence and transform the surrounding context. Special focus is given to the conception of the
projects as driven by various tactics, whether that be working with residents, relating to
neighbouring buildings, or diversifying the programme. Among the featured works are
Rotterdams Water square Benthemplein by De Urbanisten, Emerson College Los Angeles by
Morphosis, Encants Barcelona by b720 Fermn Vsquez Arquitectos, and a surprising childcare
centre in Selb.

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Volume 42 - Art and Science of Real Estate


Archis Foundation 2014 ISBN 9789077966419 Acqn 24669
Pb 20x27cm 144pp 90ills 15col 19.95
In todays rapidly changing world, the role of real estate has been affected deeply. To such a
degree that the Center for Urban Real Estate at Columbia University sees an opportunity to
transform the profession from within, stressing its creative potential and introducing an ethical
code. This issue of Volume is dedicated to CUREs ambition to create a continuum between
architecture and real estate, as part of the design disciplines. To add yet another perspective, this
Volume dives into the archives and presents some architects who actively tried to crack the nut of
the building as object, as real estate commodity, and create a more flexible relation with the
users.

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Stephanie Kloss Weltausstellung


Sternberg Press 2014 ISBN 9783956791253 Acqn 24670
Pb 17x24cm 152pp 103ills 74col 19.95
Contributions by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf, Sebastian Preuss, Antonia Blau, Matthias Harder,
Thibaut de Ruyter, Joachim Blank.
This world fair begins with a pyramidnot in Egypt, but in Karlsruhe, Germany. Stephanie Klosss
photographs capture the mythos and utopianism of architecture in locations as diverse as Athens,
Berlin, the United States, and Japan. Yet it is the commonality of modernist architectural form
rather than the peculiarities of place, nation, or time that attracts her lens. In Weltausstellung,
visual anonymity is the main eventbut not the whole story.
Embedded in Klosss photographs, as the absorbing essays in this catalogue reveal, are invisible
histories of human enterprise, idealism, and trauma. The Israeli desert belies the ruins, a
landlocked vessel, as a symbolmoral and otherwiseof Sodom and Gomorrah; an idyllic
Canary Island bears scant traces of Otto Muehls Actionist commune, or of his sexual crimes
against children; an empty dining hall stands in place of forty kibbutzim in Israel, testament to a
once thriving political utopia; and the mute currents of the Mississippi Delta, first devastated by
Hurricane Katrina and then the BP oil spill, keep their silence to the deep waters. Klosss
catalogue as journey speaks a collective photographic language that warns against the ease
and perilof architectural and natural forgetfulness.

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Cepezed Catalogue 4 The Work Of Cepezed


nai010 publishers 2014 ISBN 9789462081895 Acqn 24551
Pb 21x30cm 296pp 250ills 200col 33.75
Cepezed enjoys a solid reputation for its human and use-oriented architecture with a rich spatial
experience. Appearance is both modest and striking; without emphatically demanding attention,
the projects occupy their own space in a powerful and natural way. Internally they are
characterized by a friendly atmosphere, flexibility and deference to the needs of the users.
Cepezed focuses on the result just as much as the path leading there. Beside classics from the
oeuvre, Catalogue 4 contains a broad selection of recent plans and realized projects. The book
pays special attention to a variety of redevelopment projects.

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S Am 13 - Constructing Text
Christoph Merian Verlag 2014 ISBN 9783856166526 Acqn 24554
Pb 23x30cm 118pp 30ills 26
Text is an important medium for architecture. It contributes towards communicating it, especially
where plans are not appropriate and images, if any, play a subordinate role, such as on the radio
or in newspapers. Following S AM 10 Bildbau, which focused on photography, S AM director
Hubertus Adam examines in this publication the relevance and potential of this other important
medium for communicating architecture.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 01 - Small Tokyo


Flick Studio 2013 ISBN 9784904894026 Acqn 24532
Pb 18x26cm 114pp 140ills 100col 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 02: Tokyo/Bangkok/Singapore


Flick Studio 2013 ISBN 9784904894057 Acqn 24533
Pb 18x26cm 136pp 180ills 90col 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 03 - Mn'm Workbook 1


Flick Studio 2013 ISBN 9784904894064 Acqn 24534
Pb 18x26cm 136pp 120ills 30col 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 04 - Mn'm Workbook 2


Flick Studio 2013 ISBN 9784904894088 Acqn 24535
Pb 18x26cm 112pp col ills 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 05 - Post-souvenir City


Flick Studio 2014 ISBN 9784904894156 Acqn 24536
Pb 18x26cm 128pp col ills 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 06 - Subjectivities In Investigation Of The Urban


Flick Studio 2014 ISBN 9784904894163 Acqn 24537
Pb 22x26cm 120pp col ills 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 07 - Mn'm Workbook 3


Flick Studio 2014 ISBN 9784904894170 Acqn 24538
Pb 18x26cm 112pp 100ills 11.25
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Measuring The Non-measurable 08 - In The Search Of Urban Quality


Flick Studio 2014 ISBN 9784904894194 Acqn 24539
Pb 18x26cm 120pp 120ills 80col 13.50
Edited or introduced by Darko Radovi and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest
editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from
new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyos overlooked corners, to searching out and
measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to
investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it
encapsulates the most topical aspects of todays cities.

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Satoko Shinohara - Ohitoro-house (26)


Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582835137 Acqn 24520
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 46ills 40col 21.50
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Kumiko Inui - Home Of Asakusa (27)


Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582835410 Acqn 24404
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 35ills 20col 21.50
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Masatoshi And Yuko Yashima - House Of Colours (28)


Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582835533 Acqn 24403
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 17ills 15col 21.50
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Torafu's Small City Planning (29)


Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582835670 Acqn 24408
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 29col ills 21.50
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Asuka Okuyama - Weaving A Ikirareta-ie (32)


Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582836349 Acqn 24407
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 42ills 40col 24.50
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Kazuhiko Namba (33)


Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582836493 Acqn 24406
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 36ills 18col 24.50
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Tetsuro Kurokawa - Skeleton Domino House Making From Japanese Woods (34)
Heibonsha Ltd. 2014 ISBN 9784582836615 Acqn 24402
Hb 22x22cm 40pp 49ills 24col 24
Simply and beautifully presented in bold colours, lucid texts and numerous drawing and images,
the books in this series offer an insightful look at different perspectives and approaches from
various Japanese architects and design studios. Each instalment deals with a subject chosen and
presented by a different architect. Among the contributors are Shigeru Ban, Kazuhiko Namba,
Tetsuro Kurokawa, Satoko Shinohara and Kumiko Inui.

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Ued 064 - From Beijing To London


UED Press 2012 no ISBN Acqn 24275
Pb 23x30cm 284pp 200ills 150col 33.95
This edition focuses on the contents and programme of From Beijing to London, a 2012
exhibition of contemporary Chinese architecture at The Building Centre in London, along with the
experiences and dialogues that arose as a result. Included are a variety of texts by practitioners
in the field, including Peter Cook, Martha Schwartz, Zaha Hadid, Wang Hui, Hugh Pearman, Gao
Yan and many others. A number of Chinese architects also contribute opinions and perspectives
on the state of architecture in their country today. Includes features on notable projects in China,
as well as interviews, essays and numerous images, models and drawings.

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Ued 001 2014 - Li Xinggang. Geometry And Sheng Jing


UED Press 2014 no ISBN Acqn 24278
Pb 24x33cm 224pp 230ills 90col 33.95
Architect Li Xinggang founded his studio in 2001 and has since been involved in more than 30
projects throughout China. His work is inspired by a focus on classical Chinese gardens and their
contemporary characteristics, and applications of the modern architecture language of structure
and form, skin and material. Architectural history plays a central role in his particular style of
eclectic modernism. Featured are notable works such as the Jixi Museum, Xierqi Station in
Beijing, Hainan International Conference & Exhibition Centre and the Wenchuan Earthquake
Memorial. With an in-depth conversation with the architect and his peers, plus essays by Zhou
Rong and Li Xinggang.

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Ued 063 - Kengo Kuma, Hsieh Yingchun


UED Press 2012 no ISBN Acqn 24279
Pb 23x30cm 288pp 280ills 200col 36.50
In this issue, Kengo Kuma talks about the dissolution of architecture, allowing a broad overview of
his practice and completed projects, including the Xinjin Art Pavilion, Asahi Broadcasting
Corporation, Frankfurt Tea House and Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum. Also featured are
unique insights into gmps theatre project practice in China and the socially engaged work of
Taiwanese architect Hsieh Yingchun.

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