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La Luz Magica - Hisao Suzuki

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  • Paperback
  • Engels, Japans
  • 152 pagina's
  • 20 sep. 2012

This month’s issue of A+U features eighty-one self-selected photographs by the renowned architectural photographer Hisao Suzuki. The magazine explores a range of themes in Mr. Suzuki’s portfolio: from contemporary architecture – fruits of his long-term collaboration with El Croquis – landscapes, and his adopted home, Barcelona. We’d like to share this special series of inspiring photographs with his commentary taken at the Cistercian Abbey of Le Thoronet in Provence, France. For Mr. Suzuki, the early thirteenth century stone edifice is a subtle and ever changing tapestry woven by rays of light.

This month’s issue of A+U features eighty-one self-selected photographs by the renowned architectural photographer Hisao Suzuki. The magazine explores a range of themes in Mr. Suzuki’s portfolio: from contemporary architecture – fruits of his long-term collaboration with El Croquis – landscapes, and his adopted home, Barcelona. We’d like to share this special series of inspiring photographs with his commentary taken at the Cistercian Abbey of Le Thoronet in Provence, France. For Mr. Suzuki, the early thirteenth century stone edifice is a subtle and ever changing tapestry woven by rays of light.


In this issue the renowned architectural photographer shares his experience working on a unique assignment. His fascination with Barcelona blossomed as a young traveler. Partly inspired by the work of Antoni Gaudí and the city’s vibrant public spaces, he was inspired to stay and make the city his home. Here, Mr. Suzuki explains how he came to document one of Gaudí’s significant architectural monuments prior to restoration: the intricately tiled benches of Park Güell.

This month’s A+U is a monograph dedicated to the images of the renowned Barcelona-based photographer, Hisao Suzuki, who has collaborated with numerous architects internationally as well as from his native Japan. He has shot almost all of the works of Ryue Nishizawa who won the Pritzker Prize with Kazuyo Sejima in 2010. Mr. Nishizawa recently sat down with Mr. Suzuki for a conversation about his photography and their collaborative relationship.


Contents:
 
World Cities Summit 2012, Integrated Urban Solutions   Leadership and Partnership
 
Feature: La Luz Mágica, Photographer, Hisao Suzuki
 
Essay: La Luz Mágica  Magic Light, Hisao Suzuki
 
Light of Dawn
 
Normal Light
 
Light of Dusk
 
Departing Light
 
Conversation: Documenting Buildings and Their Environment, Ryue Nishizawa and Hisao Suzuki
 
My Magic Light
 
Contemporary Architecture as Landscape
 
Essay: Photography, Sense and Hisao, Juan Carlos Sancho Osinaga, Sol Madridejos
 
Light of Churches
 
The Cistercian Abbey Le Thoronet
 
Essay: The Vision of a Look, Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta
 
Romanesque
 
Barcelona
 
Essay: I am Looking for the Magic Light, Hisao Suzuki

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