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Material Innovation: Architecture

Wydawnictwo: Thames & Hudson
Autor: Andrew H. Dent, Leslie Sherr
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105,00 zł

 

Oprawa: miękka, Format:   24x19 cm, Stron: 224, 415 Illustrations, 415 in colour, 2014 r.

MATERIAL INNOVATION is an ambitious new series identifying and examining the new and innovative materials that are transforming art, design and technology practice.

Clearly structured and illustrated with carefully selected images throughout, this book will connect material to reader and will inspire both stents and professionals to pursue the optimal material for each specific application.

This volume focuses on specific categories of materials – glass and ceramic, altered naturals, high-performance composites, digitally fabricated metals and polymer films – applied to an extensive range of projects, from the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision to the Ordos Art and City Museum in Mongolia. Seven specially commissioned ‘visual narratives’ by such architects as Zaha Hadid are also incled.

The series is being produced in association with Material ConneXion, a materials consultancy agency with unparalleled expertise in innovative and sustainable materials. Its materials library of advanced, innovative and sustainable materials and processes is the largest of its kind in the world.

With a preface by George M. Beylerian, the founder of Material ConneXion, and an introduction by Gail Peter Borden, the head of Architecture at the University of Southern California, the texts are authoritative and yet also accessible.

Andrew H. Dent, Ph.D., Vice President of Library and Materials Research at Material ConneXion, leads a team of material experts to solve design challenges and help companies develop the products of tomorrow. Leslie Sherr has written extensively about architecture, design and gardens. As a brand strategist, she has worked for several leading communication design firms, most recently C&G Partners.

Contents page

Preface by George M. Beylerian
    Visual Narrative – Hariri Pontarini Architects
Introduction by Gail Peter Borden, AIA, Borden Partnership
    Visual Narrative – Steven Holl Architects

CHAPTER 1 • Glass & Ceramics
Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion 
    Kazuyo Sejima & Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA, Toledo, Ohio, United States 
Museum Folkwang
    David Chipperfield Architects, Essen, Germany
Vakko Fashion & Power Media Center 
    REX, Istanbul, Turkey
Turner Contemporary Gallery 
    David Chipperfield Architects, Margate, Kent, United Kingdom
Alterswohnen Domat/Ems 
    Dietrich Schwarz Architekten AG, Domat/Ems, Switzerland
Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision 
    Neutelings Riedijk Architects, Hilversum, The Netherlands
Yale University Sculpture Building & Gallery 
    KieranTimberlake, New Haven, Connecticut, United States 
Bahá’í Temple of South America
    Hariri Pontarini Architects, Santiago, Chile

    Visual Narrative – Kengo Kuma & Associates

CHAPTER 2 • Altered Naturals
Kilden Performing Arts Centre 
    ALA Architects, Kristiansand, Norway
Villa Welpeloo
    Superuse Stios, Enschede, The Netherlands
Cork House 
    Arquitectos Anónimos, Esposende, Portugal
Mental Health Institute GGZ-Nijmegen 
    BogermanDill with SBH Architecten + Adviseurs, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Earth Bricks 
    Atelier Tekuto, Chiba, Japan
Onda Restaurant 
    Alliance Arkitekter and MAPT, Oslo, Norway
Stadthaus, Murray Grove 
    Waugh Thistleton Architects, London, United Kingdom
Pavilion Hermès for Milan Design Week 
    Shigeru Ban Architects/Jean de Gastines Architectes, Milan, Italy

    Visual Narrative – Zaha Hadid Architects

CHAPTER 3 • High-performance Composites
Cocoon_FS Pavilion 
    Pohl Architekten, Jena, Germany
“Modular Fabrication” Stand 
    UNStio, London, United Kingdom
Erick van Egeraat Office Tower
    Designed by Erick van Egeraat, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Halley VI Research Station 
    Hugh Broughton Architects, Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica
[C]Space Pavilion 
    Alan Dempsey and Alvin Huang, London, United Kingdom
Lille Métropole Museum of Modern Art 
    Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
    Stedelijk Museum 
    Benthem Crouwel Architects, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Visual Narrative – Morphosis Architects

CHAPTER 4 • Digitally Fabricated Metals
Orange Cube 
    Jakob + Macfarlane Architects, Lyon, France
41 Cooper Square 
    Morphosis Architects, New York City, United States
Ordos Art & City Museum
    MAD Architects, Inner Mongolia, China
Bloom 
    Doris Sung with DOSU Stio Architecture, Los Angeles, California, United States 
Soumaya Museum 
    FR-EE Fernando Romero Enterprise, Mexico City, Mexico
“Labrys Frisae”
    Marc Fornes/THEVERYMANY, Miami, Florida, United States 
FiDU Technology
    Zieta Prozessdesign, Zurich, Switzerland
East Beach Café
    Heatherwick Stio, Littlehampton, West Sussex, United Kingdom

    Visual Narrative – LAVA

Chapter 5 • Polymer Films
Allianz Arena 
    Herzog & de Meuron, Munich, Germany
Olympic Shooting Venue
    Magma Architecture, Woolwich, London, United Kingdom
Media-ICT 
    Clo 9, Barcelona, Spain
Coca-Cola Beatbox Pavilion 
    Pernilla & Asif, London, United Kingdom
Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre 
    Foster + Partners, Astana, Kazakhstan
AIA Pavilion 
    Gernot Riether, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

    Visual Narrative – UNStio

Materials Directory
Resources
Additional Reading
Glossary
Contributor Contacts
Visual Narrative Captions
Picture Credits
The Authors & Acknowledgments