fbpx

LIMOND

ARCHITECTURE FOR DOGS

58,00 

“Architecture for Dogs” explores new architectural possibilities by reconsidering architecture (environment) on the scale of dogs, and new forms of communication between humans and dogs. Thirteen world-leading architects and designers have participated in this project, lead by Kenya Hara for more than 10 years. The book contains, in addition to the explanation of each work, ​​the production process, drawings that can be actually used to build, and DIY instructions. It includes a dialogue between Kenya Hara, Julia Fang and Sou Fujimoto (one of the participating writers) as well as the secret story behind Fujimoto’s work “NO DOG, NO LIFE!”. This book can be enjoyed by both dog lovers and architecture lovers serves as an opportunity to reconsider the relationship between dogs and humans, as well as the environment of humans themselves.

> Look INSIDE/Video

Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 17×21
Pagine: 240
Immagini a colori:
Immagini b/n:
Lingua: J-GB
Anno: 2013

ISBN: 9784887063365

ARCHITECTURE FOR DOGS

58,00 

“Architecture for Dogs” explores new architectural possibilities by reconsidering architecture (environment) on the scale of dogs, and new forms of communication between humans and dogs. Thirteen world-leading architects and designers have participated in this project, lead by Kenya Hara for more than 10 years. The book contains, in addition to the explanation of each work, ​​the production process, drawings that can be actually used to build, and DIY instructions. It includes a dialogue between Kenya Hara, Julia Fang and Sou Fujimoto (one of the participating writers) as well as the secret story behind Fujimoto’s work “NO DOG, NO LIFE!”. This book can be enjoyed by both dog lovers and architecture lovers serves as an opportunity to reconsider the relationship between dogs and humans, as well as the environment of humans themselves.

> Look INSIDE/Video

Veste editoriale: Brossura
Formato: 17×21
Pagine: 240
Immagini a colori:
Immagini b/n:
Lingua: J-GB
Anno: 2013

ISBN: 9784887063365