Renzo Piano Building Workshop: complete works

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Phaidon Press, 1993 - 240 Seiten
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One of the acclaimed of his most designers generation, Renzo Piano established his international reputation through his collaboration with Richard Rogers and Peter Rice on the Centre Pompidou in Paris. The Renzo Piano Building Workshop has since completed projects as diverse as the gallery for the De Menil Collection in the USA and the Columbus International Exposition in Italy. This series of three volumes covers his entire body of work to date.

Volume I features numerous case studies including the Bari Sports Stadium in Italy and the first stages of the Kansai Airport International Terminal in Japan. Widely acclaimed on publication, the book includes an authoritative introductory essay as well as specially redrawn drawings and plans.

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Anatxu Zabalbeascoa, who lives in Barcelona, is an art historian and journalist. Her work appears regularly in several international publications, including "Artforum," "Art Press," "Abitare," and "DisenoInterior."She is also the author of two guidebooks on contemporary art and architecture in Spain.
Peter Buchanan is former deputy editor of the "Architectural Review" in London.

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