Книга 100 Contemporary Wood Buildings. Philip Jodidio (english)

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Книга 100 Contemporary Wood Buildings. Philip Jodidio (english)

Ціна: 1000 грн.

Ціна: 950 грн.

Автор: Philip Jodidio
Видавництво: Taschen
Мова: Англійська
Рік видання: 2022
Формат: 140 × 195 × 38 мм
Кількість сторінок: 632

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Артикул: 9783836561563 Категорії: , Product ID: 78570

Not so very long ago, some might have considered wood a material of the past, long since replaced by more modern components such as concrete and steel. The truth is radically different. Bolstered by new manufacturing techniques and ecological benefits, wood has seen a fabulous resurgence in contemporary construction.

This Bibliotheca Universalis edition explores how architects around the world have created and invented with this elementary material. Featuring follies, very large buildings, and ambitious urban renewal schemes, it celebrates the diverse deployment of wood by architects around the world. We see how wood can at once transform urban spaces, as in the Metropol Parasol in Seville by Jurgen Mayer H., and allow for sensitive interventions in natural environments, such as at the Termas Geometricas Hot Springs Complex in Pucon, Chile, by German del Sol.

True to all TASCHEN architecture titles, the book pays tribute to many emerging international talents as well as to such renowned figures as Tadao Ando and Renzo Piano. It celebrates each architect’s vision and innovation, as well as investigating the techniques, trends, and principles that have informed their work with wood. It examines the computer-guided milling that has allowed for novel new forms, the responsible harvesting that allows wood to align with our environmental concerns, and, above all, wood’s enduring appeal to our senses and psyche, comforting hectic modern lives with a sense of Arcadian simplicity.

Вага 1.05 kg
Розміри 195 × 140 × 38 mm
Автор

Philip Jodidio

Видавництво

Taschen

Мова

Рік видання

2022

Кількість сторінок

632

Формат

140 × 195 × 38 мм

Папір

Офсетний

ISBN

9783836561563

Штрихкод

9783836561563

Палітурка

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