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Herzog & de Meuron 2002-2004. The Complete Works - Volume 5 | Gerhard Mack | 9783035610079 | Birkhäuser

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Herzog & de Meuron 2002-2004

The Complete Works - Volume 5

Auteur:Gerhard Mack

Uitgever:Birkhäuser

ISBN: 978-3-0356-1007-9

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 304 pagina's
  • 26 okt. 2020

This long awaited fifth volume of The Complete Works series on the work of of Herzog & de Meuron introduces the sixty projects from the years 2002 to 2007 with characteristic meticulousness.

These include buildings that have already become architectural icons of the present, like the Olympic Stadium in Beijing and the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg; but also projects, which, although they remain unrealized, have influenced the architectural discourse, like the residential tower for the Hotel Schatzalp over Davos, which gave fresh stimulus for building in the Alps. In the period covered, offices received particular attention in city planning: The architecture boom in China of these years spawned plans for entire districts. Master plans for Burgos and for the Olympic Games in London open up whole urban regions for the future.

This long awaited fifth volume of The Complete Works series on the work of of Herzog & de Meuron introduces the sixty projects from the years 2002 to 2007 with characteristic meticulousness.

These include buildings that have already become architectural icons of the present, like the Olympic Stadium in Beijing and the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg; but also projects, which, although they remain unrealized, have influenced the architectural discourse, like the residential tower for the Hotel Schatzalp over Davos, which gave fresh stimulus for building in the Alps. In the period covered, offices received particular attention in city planning: The architecture boom in China of these years spawned plans for entire districts. Master plans for Burgos and for the Olympic Games in London open up whole urban regions for the future.

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