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A+U 04:2016 SPECIAL ISSUE: Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection 1+2

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A+U 04:2016 SPECIAL ISSUE: Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection 1+2

 

This special edition of a+u is a comprehensive issue of Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection, originally published as two issues in January and February 2016

Consisting of Lewerentz’s hand drawings from the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design archive and photographs, the issue covers four of the architect’s prominent works throughout his career: Malmö Eastern Cemetery, Social Security Institute, Villa Edstrand, and St. Petri Church.

Despite that Swedish architect Sigurd Lewerentz saw comparatively few of his buildings realised, he has nevertheless gained a substantial international reputation. Guest-edited by Wilfried Wang, this special issue consisting of two special instalments focusing on the value and work of Lewerentz enables a wider readership of his drawings and sketches, selected from the archive at the Swedish Centre of Architecture and Design in Stockholm. Together with historical photographs by Fabio Galli, current images, and essays by Janne Ahlin, Claes Caldenby, Johan Mårtelius, and Wang, this body of work offers both rare insight into the architect’s design ethics and material for further appreciation and research. 9784900211919

> Look INSIDE/Video

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SIGURD LEWERENTZ – Drawing Collection 1
Essay: Continuity, Search and Research – Four Projects by Sigurd Lewerentz (Wilfried Wang)
Malmö Eastern Cemetery
Competition and Development of Site Layout
Landscape Proposals: Memorial Space (Minneslund)
St. Brigitta Chapel and Waiting Room
Ancillary Buildings
Crematorium Chapels
St. Knut and St. Gertrud Chapels
Clock Tower
Flower Shop
Essay: Notes on Sigurd Lewerentz (Janne Ahlin)
Social Security Institute
Facade and Plan Development
Staircase and Metalwork Details
Interior
Furniture
Essay: The Reception of Lewerentz’s Work (Claes Caldenby)
Spotlight: Leixões Cruise Terminal (Luís Pedro Silva)
SIGURD LEWERENTZ – Drawing Collection 2
Essay: The discovery of built essence as the real act of invention (Wilfried Wang)
Villa Edstrand 
1. Preliminary Designs
Version 1
Version 2
Version 3
Version 4
Version 5
Version 6
Version 7
Version 8: 9 September 1935
Version 9
Version 10: 13 June 1936
2. Final Design
Villa Edstrand Extension 
Variation 1: 15 October 1961
Variation 2: 30 November 1961
Variation 3: 12 December 1961
Variation 4: 8 April 1962 126
Variation 5: 20 September 1962
Essay: The Persian wall (Johan Mårtelius)
St. Petri Church 
Final Design
Parish hall, parish offices, council chamber, catechism rooms
Structure
Lightwells, light fittings
Floor pattern schema for nave
Baptismal font, acoustic chamber, water spout, frame for shell
Brick details, floor details
Door and window frames
Typography
Seats, benches
Spotlight: Public Library of Constitución (Sebastian Irarrázaval)

A+U 04:2016 SPECIAL ISSUE: Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection 1+2

145,00 

4 disponibili

A+U 04:2016 SPECIAL ISSUE: Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection 1+2

 

This special edition of a+u is a comprehensive issue of Sigurd Lewerentz – Drawing Collection, originally published as two issues in January and February 2016

Consisting of Lewerentz’s hand drawings from the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design archive and photographs, the issue covers four of the architect’s prominent works throughout his career: Malmö Eastern Cemetery, Social Security Institute, Villa Edstrand, and St. Petri Church.

Despite that Swedish architect Sigurd Lewerentz saw comparatively few of his buildings realised, he has nevertheless gained a substantial international reputation. Guest-edited by Wilfried Wang, this special issue consisting of two special instalments focusing on the value and work of Lewerentz enables a wider readership of his drawings and sketches, selected from the archive at the Swedish Centre of Architecture and Design in Stockholm. Together with historical photographs by Fabio Galli, current images, and essays by Janne Ahlin, Claes Caldenby, Johan Mårtelius, and Wang, this body of work offers both rare insight into the architect’s design ethics and material for further appreciation and research. 9784900211919

> Look INSIDE/Video

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SIGURD LEWERENTZ – Drawing Collection 1
Essay: Continuity, Search and Research – Four Projects by Sigurd Lewerentz (Wilfried Wang)
Malmö Eastern Cemetery
Competition and Development of Site Layout
Landscape Proposals: Memorial Space (Minneslund)
St. Brigitta Chapel and Waiting Room
Ancillary Buildings
Crematorium Chapels
St. Knut and St. Gertrud Chapels
Clock Tower
Flower Shop
Essay: Notes on Sigurd Lewerentz (Janne Ahlin)
Social Security Institute
Facade and Plan Development
Staircase and Metalwork Details
Interior
Furniture
Essay: The Reception of Lewerentz’s Work (Claes Caldenby)
Spotlight: Leixões Cruise Terminal (Luís Pedro Silva)
SIGURD LEWERENTZ – Drawing Collection 2
Essay: The discovery of built essence as the real act of invention (Wilfried Wang)
Villa Edstrand 
1. Preliminary Designs
Version 1
Version 2
Version 3
Version 4
Version 5
Version 6
Version 7
Version 8: 9 September 1935
Version 9
Version 10: 13 June 1936
2. Final Design
Villa Edstrand Extension 
Variation 1: 15 October 1961
Variation 2: 30 November 1961
Variation 3: 12 December 1961
Variation 4: 8 April 1962 126
Variation 5: 20 September 1962
Essay: The Persian wall (Johan Mårtelius)
St. Petri Church 
Final Design
Parish hall, parish offices, council chamber, catechism rooms
Structure
Lightwells, light fittings
Floor pattern schema for nave
Baptismal font, acoustic chamber, water spout, frame for shell
Brick details, floor details
Door and window frames
Typography
Seats, benches
Spotlight: Public Library of Constitución (Sebastian Irarrázaval)

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