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Ruin and Redemption in Architecture

Wydawnictwo: Phaidon
Autor: Dan Barasch
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209,00 zł

ISBN  9780714878027

Okładka: twarda , Format: 27x20,5 cm, Stron: 240, 250 illustrations ,  2019 r.

Lost, forgotten, reimagined, and transformed: the compelling beauty of abandoned, reinvented, and rescued architecture

Ruin and Redemption in Architecture captures the awe-inspiring drama of abandoned, forgotten, and ruined spaces, as well as the extraordinary designs that can bring them back to life - demonstrating that reimagined, repurposed, and abandoned architecture has the beauty and power to change lives, communities, and cities the world over.

The scale and diversity of abandoned buildings is shown through examples from all around the world, demonstrating the extraordinary ingenuity of their transformation by some of the greatest architectural designers of the 20th and 21st centuries. Examples range from Victorian gas holders, imposing railway stations, factories, World War II flak towers and bunkers to Gothic churches and belle époque theaters.

This compelling book also brings to life the fascinating stories behind high-profile projects such as the High Line in New York, Tate Modern in London, the Prada campus in Milan, and Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town, as well as extraordinary lesser-known abandoned - and regenerated - spaces around the world.

Iconic work from the stars of the 20th century including Marcel Breuer, Louis Sullivan, and Frank Lloyd Wright - as well as extraordinary transformations by such contemporary masters as Jean Nouvel, OMA, Thomas Heatherwick, and Herzog & de Meuron.

Ruin and Redemption in Architecture includes a foreward by Dylan Thuras, co-founder of Atlas Obscura, a guide to the world's most obscure places.

Dan Barasch is Co-Founder of the Lowline, a plan to transform an abandoned New York City trolley terminal into the world's first underground park. His work on the Lowline helped uncover global enthusiasm and interest in reclaiming abandoned buildings. He has previously held leadership roles at Google, UNICEF, the 9/11 Survivors' Fund, and within New York City government, and he began his career co-producing the weekly National Public Radio show 'It's Your World.' A frequent speaker on social innovation, urban development, and public design, Dan lives in New York City.


"A lovely paean to preservation masquerading as a coffee-table book."—Bloomberg Businessweek

"Captures the awe-inspiring drama of abandoned, forgotten, and ruined spaces, as well as the extraordinary designs that can bring them back to life."—The Essential Journal

"Phaidon's latest book collects demolished, forgotten, and transformed architectural ruins... [and] reckons with this enduring obsession."—Co.Design

"The book... comprises of dozens of architectural case studies... Examples include Tate Modern, Berlin's Templehof airport, Atlanta's Beltline and the Gemini Residence Copenhagen. The book also features an introductory essay by Barasch in which the fourth-generation New Yorker remembers being charmed by the old tenement buildings near his grandmothers's Lower East Side apartment."—The Observer

"Abandoned and forgotten spaces are at the centre of Ruin and Redemption, a new publication by Phaidon."—Aesthetica Magazine

"From ruin to redemption: incredible before-and-after images show how abandoned buildings have been given stunning new leases of life... Some of architecture's most stunning transformations."—The Daily Mail online

"A flashy split-tone coffee-table book cover belies a slick collection of ruin-to-redemption case studies."—The Architect's Newspaper

"[E]xamines structures and buildings at all stages of neglect, with ample case studies along the way."—Dwell Online

"[F]ull of images of old structures that have been reimagined for new purposes... Striking."—The Wall Street Journal

"A sprawling source of inspiration that doubles as documentation of our planet's ever-changing architectural landscape."—Cool Hunting

"[W]ith its snazzy half-cover in reflective gold... [and] whether you enjoy journeying to places where your imagination can act like AR and recreate a lost masterpiece, you love abandoned places, or you have a passion for creative reuse, this book is right for you."—Daily Beast

"'Ruin porn' that's definitely safe for work."—New York Magazine Online/Vulture