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Paris, contemporary architecture

by Andrea Gleininger

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Published by Prestel in Munich, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Paris (France),
  • France,
  • Paris
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- France -- Paris -- 20th century,
    • Paris (France) -- Buildings, structures, etc

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesContemporary architecture
      StatementAndrea Gleininger, Gerhard Matzig, Sebastian Redecke.
      ContributionsMatzig, Gerhard., Redecke, Sebastian.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA1050 .G57 1997
      The Physical Object
      Pagination158 p. :
      Number of Pages158
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL665909M
      ISBN 103791316788, 3791316559
      LC Control Number97011552

        In Seine-Saint-Denis, the erection of a new city near Noisy-le-Grand, Marne-la-Vallée, attracted big names in contemporary architecture, like Spaniards Ricardo Bofill and Manolo Nunez-Yanowsky. The first is known for designing the Palacio d’Abraxas, and Le Théâtre and L'Arc; the second, for having constructed Picasso's Arènes. At Centre Pompidou (), Britisher Richard Rogers (b. ) and Italian Renzo Piano (b. ) turned architecture inside out -- literally -- to craft Paris's eye-popping modern-art museum, with exposed pipes, steel supports, and plastic-tube escalators wrapping around the exterior; Louvre's glass pyramids (), were created by Chinese.

        INTRODUCTION DATE SIGN “Contemporary" is not limited to a single stylistic thread. “Modern" recalls the early- and midth-century architecture embodying the ideals of the machine age: an absence of ornament, structures of steel or concrete, large expanses of glass, a whitewash (usually stucco over brick) or another minimal exterior.   But for lovers of contemporary architecture, Paris can be a surprisingly rich place. The latest crop of French architects is producing some of the best new work the city has : Sam Lubell.

        ‘Ornament is Crime’ book celebrates the best of modern architecture New, 1 comment A gorgeous collection of black-and-white photographs of homes by modern masters and contemporary . The result is his good-natured book Form Follows Fiasco: Why Modern Architecture Hasn’t Worked (Atlantic-Little, Brown, $). Recently Blake discussed his love-hate relationship with modern Author: Lee Wohlfert.


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