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A+U 536: London

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A+U 536: London. Renewing Architecture and Cityscape

Recent work in London is showcased in this issue, guest-edited by Yasuhiro Teramatsu. The city’s 21st-century role as a centre of architectural activity is profiled across a diverse range of projects and scales, set alongside buildings from the 19th century through the modern period. From renewal and urban expression, to style and ornament, the dialogue about London’s essential nature is investigated in work by Tony Fretton, Anish Kapoor, SOM, Foster + Partners, Caruso St John, John Nash, 6a architects, and many more, plus essays by Alan Powers and Christopher Woodward, and comments by Sam Jacob, Adam Caruso, Stephanie Macdonald, and Nathalie Rozencwajg.

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Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 23×30
Pagine: 184
Lingua: J-GB
Anno: 2015

ISSN: 03899160-536

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CONTENTS

Maps of London

Project List

Essay: Small is Beautiful: two hundred years of LondonarchitectureAlan PowersWestminster AbbeySt Paul’s CathedralJohn Soane, Sir John Soane’s MuseumWilliam Wilkins, E. M. Barry, National GalleryRobert Smirke, British Museum Decimus Burton, Richard Turner,Palm House, Kew Gardens William Butterfield, All Saints Margaret Street Charles Barry, Augustus Welby Pugin,Palace of Westminster, Big Ben Alfred Waterhouse, Natural History Museum George Gilbert Scott, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel William Henry Barlow, Rowland Mason Ordish,St Pancras International Station Column: London – Eras, Ideas and RepresentationsEllis and Clark, Owen Williams, Daily Express Building George Grey Wornum,Royal Institute of British Architects Berthold Lubetkin & Tecton, Penguin Pool, London Zoo Berthold Lubetkin & Tecton, Highpoint I & II Ernö Goldfinger, 2 Willow Road James Gowan, Schreiber House Lyons Israel Ellis, Haworth Tompkins,National Theatre Studio H. T. Cadbury-Brown, Royal College of Art Alison and Peter Smithson, Economist Building Lyons Israel Ellis,Cavendish Campus, University of Westminster Leslie Martin, Robert Matthew and Peter Moro,Royal Festival Hall Denys Lasdun & Partners, National Theatre Denys Lasdun & Partners,Institute of Education, University College London Cedric Price, Snowdon Aviary, London Zoo Richard + Su Rogers, Rogers’ House Richard Rogers Partnership, Lloyd’s of London James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates,Clore Gallery Colin St John Wilson, British Library Albert Richardson, Michael Hopkins & Partners,Bracken House 84Michael Hopkins & Partners,Lord’s Cricket Ground: Mound Stand Future Systems, NatWest Media Centre Conran & Partners, Design Museum Ralph Erskine, The Ark Nicholas Grimshaw, Waterloo International Terminal Richard Rogers Partnership,Channel 4 Television Headquarters James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates,No.1 Poultry Foggo Associates, Queen Victoria Street Tony Fretton, Lisson Gallery Michael Hopkins & Partners, Portcullis House Foster and Partners,Sackler Galleries, Royal Academy of ArtsRichard Rogers Partnership, Millennium Dome Marks Barfield Architects, Arup, London Eye Foster and Partners, Great Court, British Museum Herzog & de Meuron, Tate Modern Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, British Museum, WorldConservation and Exhibitions Centre Foster and Partners,London School of Economics and Political Science Library Theis and Khan Architects, Bateman’s Row Claudio Silvestrin, Victoria Miro Private Collection Space RARE architecture, Town Hall Hotel & Apartments Anish Kapoor, Cecil Balmond, ArcelorMittal Orbit John Pawson, Sackler Crossing, Kew Gardens Marks Barfield Architects,Treetop Walkway, Kew Gardens Caruso St John Architects,Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, One Hyde Park 6a architects, Victoria & Albert Museum, Gallery 40 David Chipperfield Architects, One Pancras Square Renewing the cityEssay: London: unique no longerChristopher WoodwardJohn Nash, Regent Street and Regent’s Park Darbourne and Darke, Lillington Gardens Estate London Borough of Camden Architects Department,Neave Brown, Alexandra Road Housing Patrick Hodgkinson, Brunswick Centre MacCormac Jamieson Prichard,BBC New Broadcasting House William Whitfield, Paternoster Square Chamberlin, Powell and Bon, Barbican Estate Arup, SOM, Broadgate SOM, Canary Wharf J. Theo Halliday and Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, RafaelViñoly Architects, Battersea Power Station Foster and Partners, Albion Riverside Foster and Partners, City Hall OMA, Rothschild Bank Headquarters Foster and Partners, 30 St Mary Axe Renzo Piano Building Workshop, The Shard Comments by architects working in LondonAdam Caruso, Sam Jacob, Stephanie Macdonald,Nathalie Rozencwajg

A+U 536: London

52,00 

1 disponibili

A+U 536: London. Renewing Architecture and Cityscape

Recent work in London is showcased in this issue, guest-edited by Yasuhiro Teramatsu. The city’s 21st-century role as a centre of architectural activity is profiled across a diverse range of projects and scales, set alongside buildings from the 19th century through the modern period. From renewal and urban expression, to style and ornament, the dialogue about London’s essential nature is investigated in work by Tony Fretton, Anish Kapoor, SOM, Foster + Partners, Caruso St John, John Nash, 6a architects, and many more, plus essays by Alan Powers and Christopher Woodward, and comments by Sam Jacob, Adam Caruso, Stephanie Macdonald, and Nathalie Rozencwajg.

Look INSIDE/Video 

Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 23×30
Pagine: 184
Lingua: J-GB
Anno: 2015

ISSN: 03899160-536

———————–

CONTENTS

Maps of London

Project List

Essay: Small is Beautiful: two hundred years of LondonarchitectureAlan PowersWestminster AbbeySt Paul’s CathedralJohn Soane, Sir John Soane’s MuseumWilliam Wilkins, E. M. Barry, National GalleryRobert Smirke, British Museum Decimus Burton, Richard Turner,Palm House, Kew Gardens William Butterfield, All Saints Margaret Street Charles Barry, Augustus Welby Pugin,Palace of Westminster, Big Ben Alfred Waterhouse, Natural History Museum George Gilbert Scott, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel William Henry Barlow, Rowland Mason Ordish,St Pancras International Station Column: London – Eras, Ideas and RepresentationsEllis and Clark, Owen Williams, Daily Express Building George Grey Wornum,Royal Institute of British Architects Berthold Lubetkin & Tecton, Penguin Pool, London Zoo Berthold Lubetkin & Tecton, Highpoint I & II Ernö Goldfinger, 2 Willow Road James Gowan, Schreiber House Lyons Israel Ellis, Haworth Tompkins,National Theatre Studio H. T. Cadbury-Brown, Royal College of Art Alison and Peter Smithson, Economist Building Lyons Israel Ellis,Cavendish Campus, University of Westminster Leslie Martin, Robert Matthew and Peter Moro,Royal Festival Hall Denys Lasdun & Partners, National Theatre Denys Lasdun & Partners,Institute of Education, University College London Cedric Price, Snowdon Aviary, London Zoo Richard + Su Rogers, Rogers’ House Richard Rogers Partnership, Lloyd’s of London James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates,Clore Gallery Colin St John Wilson, British Library Albert Richardson, Michael Hopkins & Partners,Bracken House 84Michael Hopkins & Partners,Lord’s Cricket Ground: Mound Stand Future Systems, NatWest Media Centre Conran & Partners, Design Museum Ralph Erskine, The Ark Nicholas Grimshaw, Waterloo International Terminal Richard Rogers Partnership,Channel 4 Television Headquarters James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates,No.1 Poultry Foggo Associates, Queen Victoria Street Tony Fretton, Lisson Gallery Michael Hopkins & Partners, Portcullis House Foster and Partners,Sackler Galleries, Royal Academy of ArtsRichard Rogers Partnership, Millennium Dome Marks Barfield Architects, Arup, London Eye Foster and Partners, Great Court, British Museum Herzog & de Meuron, Tate Modern Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, British Museum, WorldConservation and Exhibitions Centre Foster and Partners,London School of Economics and Political Science Library Theis and Khan Architects, Bateman’s Row Claudio Silvestrin, Victoria Miro Private Collection Space RARE architecture, Town Hall Hotel & Apartments Anish Kapoor, Cecil Balmond, ArcelorMittal Orbit John Pawson, Sackler Crossing, Kew Gardens Marks Barfield Architects,Treetop Walkway, Kew Gardens Caruso St John Architects,Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, One Hyde Park 6a architects, Victoria & Albert Museum, Gallery 40 David Chipperfield Architects, One Pancras Square Renewing the cityEssay: London: unique no longerChristopher WoodwardJohn Nash, Regent Street and Regent’s Park Darbourne and Darke, Lillington Gardens Estate London Borough of Camden Architects Department,Neave Brown, Alexandra Road Housing Patrick Hodgkinson, Brunswick Centre MacCormac Jamieson Prichard,BBC New Broadcasting House William Whitfield, Paternoster Square Chamberlin, Powell and Bon, Barbican Estate Arup, SOM, Broadgate SOM, Canary Wharf J. Theo Halliday and Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, RafaelViñoly Architects, Battersea Power Station Foster and Partners, Albion Riverside Foster and Partners, City Hall OMA, Rothschild Bank Headquarters Foster and Partners, 30 St Mary Axe Renzo Piano Building Workshop, The Shard Comments by architects working in LondonAdam Caruso, Sam Jacob, Stephanie Macdonald,Nathalie Rozencwajg

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