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Saturday, October 24, 2009

Portuguese Architecture 2G series No. 20



book title: Portuguese Architecture
book topic: region based architecture
series: 2G series No. 20 (for 2G magazine profile and other 2G publication link, click here)

author/editor:
publisher: GG
published on:
edition: 1
language: English, Spanish

key words: see content list below
architects covered: see content list beowl
notable projects: see content list below

pages: 144
file size: 120 mb

ISSN: 1136-9647

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Friday, October 23, 2009

Architecture Now by Jodidio



book title: Architecture now
book topic: contemporary architecture
series:
author/editor: Philip Jodidio
publisher: Taschen America, LLC
published on:
edition: 1
language: English

key words:
architects covered:
notable projects:

pages: 532
file size: 79.67 mb

ISBN-13: 9783822885796
ISBN: 3822885797

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New Forms - Architecture In The 90's Philip Jodidio



book title: New Forms - Architecture In The 90's
book topic: contemporary architecture
series: World Architecture Series
author/editor: Philip Jodidio
publisher: Taschen America, LLC
published on: April 1997
edition: 1
language: English

key words:
architects covered:
notable projects:

pages: 240
file size: 13 mb

ISBN-13: 9783822885796
ISBN: 3822885797

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Architecture, Technology and Process by Chris Abel



book title: Architecture, Technology and Process
book topic:
author/editor: Chris Abel
publisher: Architectural Press
published on: October 11, 2004
edition: 1
language: English

key words: executive architects, cladding systems, architectural production, tacit knowing, focal awareness, sustainable design

architects covered: Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, David Pisani, Harry Seidler Associates, Max Dupain, Nigel Young, Buckminster Fuller, Eric Sierins

notable projects: Der Neue Zollhof, Hongkong Bank, Pacific Century, Sainsbury Centre, Bilbao Guggenheim, Great Australian Dream, Hijjas Kasturi, Ski Lodge, Vitra International, American Centre, Berman House

pages: 268
file size: 13 mb
ISBN-10: 0750637927
ISBN-13: 978-0750637923

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Saturday, October 17, 2009

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