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The Complete Zaha Hadid

Author : Zaha Hadid
ISBN : 050034289X
Genre : Architecture, Modern
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Zaha Hadid is the leading architect in the world, and is the first female recipient of the prestigious Pritzker Prize (2004). This is the complete monograph of Hadids works, from her early, unbuilt projects and ideas from her student years to her very latest projects around the world, including the Aquatics Centre for the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Guangzhou Opera House in China, and the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum in Michigan, USA. The book also includes her furniture, product and exhibition designs.
Category: Architecture, Modern

The Complete Zaha Hadid

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ISBN : 0500343357
Genre : Architecture
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This expanded and up-to-date volume showcases Zaha Hadid's remarkable and inspiring work over the course of her career
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Zaha Hadid

Author : Zaha Hadid
ISBN : 0500280843
Genre : Architecture, Modern
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For over twenty years, Zaha Hadid, the Iraqi-born, English-educated architect, has symbolised the vanguard of contemporary architecture. This book offers a complete overview of both her programmatic and aesthetic concerns.
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Zaha Hadid

Author : Aaron Betsky
ISBN : 0847833011
Genre : Architecture
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A visual survey encompasses both completed and unbuilt designs including the Thomas Jefferson Medal-winning architect's most recent commissions, from the Guggenheim-Hermitage Museum in Lithuania to the Aquatics Centre for the 2012 London Olympics.
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Zaha Hadid

Author : Patrik Schumacher
ISBN : 0500342008
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Landscrapers

Author : Aaron Betsky
ISBN : 0500341885
Genre : Architecture
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Since the days of cave dwellers, humans have made use of nature's geological formations, but recent developments in structural engineering make it possible to engage the Earth's surface as a building element in its own right. With an increased awareness of the planet's limited natural resources and with landscape architects' greater influence on contemporary design, architects around the world are building into the earth, merging man-made forms with the contours of the land.Presenting the most exciting, sensitive, and innovative buildings from the most acclaimed international architectural practices, Landscrapers offers a global tour of these spectacular structures. From Zaha Hadid's Landesgartenschau pavilion in Germany to MVRDV's Villa VPRO in the Netherlands, from Future Systems' hill-burrowing house in Wales to Maya Lin's Vietnam Memorial in Washington, more than fifty projects reveal the breadth and depth of this new direction in architecture.Aaron Betsky begins with an introduction that considers our historical preoccupation with communing with the land through building. He then explores the different ways in which geotecture responds to, interacts with, becomes a part of -- and yet remains distinctive within -- our natural landscape. A reference section includes useful project and architect information, along with further reading.
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Zaha Hadid

Author : Patrik Schumacher
ISBN : 0500342008
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Architecture And Spectacle A Critique

Author : Gevork Hartoonian
ISBN : 9781351957434
Genre : Architecture
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Focusing on six leading contemporary architects: Peter Eisenman, Frank Gehry, Bernard Tschumi, Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas and Steven Holl, this book puts forward a unique and insightful analysis of "neo-avant-garde" architecture. It discusses the spectacle and excess which permeates contemporary architecture in reference to the present aesthetic tendency for image making, but does so by applying the tectonic of theatricality discussed by the 19th-century German architect Gottfried Semper. In doing so, it breaks new ground by opening up a dialogue between the study of the past and the design of the present. The work of each discussed architect is seen as addressing a historiographical problem. To this end, and this is the second important aspect of this book, the chosen buildings are discussed in terms of the thematic of the culture of building (the tectonic of column and wall for example) rather the formal, and this through a discussion that is informed by the latest available theories. Having set the aesthetic implication of the processes of the digitalization of architecture, the book's conclusion highlights "strategies" by which architecture might postpone the full consequences of digitalization, and thus the becoming of architecture as ornament on its own right.
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