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Glenn Murcutt

Author : Glenn Murcutt
ISBN : 1876907754
Genre : Architecture
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Glenn Murcutt is one of the world s most celebrated living architects, and is widely hailed as Australia s architect laureate. He was awarded the Pritzker Prize in May 2002, and is one of only seven recipients of the prestigious Alvar Aalto Medal. This a
Category: Architecture

Glenn Murcutt

Author : Françoise Fromonot
ISBN : 0500278520
Genre : Architecture
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First published in France, an English translation of this study of a well-known Australian architect was published in the UK in 1995. Discusses his career from his early modernist houses to larger commissions. Examines his early training and architectural influences, and attempts to identify recurring themes in his work. Gives an analysis of a selection of his buildings, and provides 300 illustrations including 50 colour photographs. Includes biographical notes, a list of buildings and projects and a bibliography. The author is a practising architect and editor of 'L'architecture d'Aujourd'hui'.
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Glenn Murcutt Architect

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ISBN : 097759310X
Genre : Architects
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A record of Murcutt's work through eight key projects which represent crucial points in his development as an architect. These folders of drawings, photographs and essays are supplemented by a book containing articles by Murcutt and non-architect writers.
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The Drawings Of Glenn Murcutt

Author : Glenn Murcutt
ISBN : 1875498982
Genre : Architectural drawing
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Glenn Murcutt Is Australia'S best-known & internationally respected architect. His design method & philosophy are explored in depth through concept sketches, working drawings & the plans he makes to show his architectural ideas to his clients.
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Three Houses

Author : E. M. Farrelly
ISBN : 0714828750
Genre : Architecture
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Murcutt's houses combine the minimalist Miesian pavilion with the primitive hut to produce a striking and peculiarly Australian synthesis. These three houses chart the development of Murcutt's unique style, demonstrating his alliance of refinement and primitiveness.
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Touch This Earth Lightly

Author : Philip Drew
ISBN : UVA:X004562921
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Glenn Murcutt Studio

Author : Glenn Murcutt
ISBN : 9512229943
Genre : Biological stations
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Plain Modern

Author : Malcolm Quantrill
ISBN : 1568984774
Genre : Architecture
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It's been our distinct pleasure over the past few years to publish monographs on a select group of young architects and firms whose work represents the best of contemporary design thinking while retaining a distinctive regional sensibility. The Nova-Scotian architect Brian MacKay-Lyons fits neatly into this distinguished list, which includes Marlon Blackwell in the Ozarks, Rick Joy in the Southwest, andMiller/Hull in the Northwest. Those familiar with Nova Scotia understand the austere beauty of this Canadian landscape, with its wide open skies and rugged terrain pushing up against the Atlantic. MacKay-Lyons's work responds to this unique topography and to the vernacular building traditions that define its communities. His houses, commercial buildings, and public projects combine regional forms with local materials, technologies, and building practices to create works that are linked to their environments right down to their DNA.Peaked gables, shed roofs, and sliding doors are inspired by local barn types; corrugated metal cladding comes from the buildings used by the areas fishing industry; structural wooden frames are based on local ship-building traditions. These elements communicate a sense of place that is sophisticated, accessible, and free of sentimentality. Novelist and historian Malcolm Quantrill weaves together an intimate portrait of MacKay-Lyons and his work, elucidating the "peculiar regionality" of his subject's architecture. A New Voices monograph published with The Graham Foundation.
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