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Architecture Now! Vol. 1 by Philip Jodidio

By Philip Jodidio

Structure Now \ Современная архитектура КНИГИ ;ДИЗАЙН Автор: Philip Jodidio Название: structure Now \ Современная архитектураИздательство: Taschen Год: 2001 Язык: Английский Количество страниц: 532 Формат: PDF Размер: 77.75 MB Для сайта: www.mirknig.comТеперь, более чем когда-либо, Архитектура развивается на удивительной скорости. Архитектура стала одной из самых жизненных и захватывающих форм современной культуры. В отличие от других типов искусства, архитектура должна играть практическую роль - здания предназначены, чтобы использоваться широкой общественностью. Эти дома, магазины, музеи или гигантские бизнесцентры - они выражают истинный дух времен.В этой книги Вы найдете новые работы более 60 архитекторов, включая знакомые имена, такие как Франк O.Gehry, Ричард Meier, Tadao Ando, Norman Foster, и Philippe Starck,а так же звезды будущего архитектуры.Представленный в алфавитном порядке архитектором или фирмой, structure Now является современным справочником, с обширными фотографиями и иллюстрациями, представляющий большинство влиятельных архитекторов мира. .com eighty five 1 2 three four five

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Liverpool (opposrte top) Far;:ade study Kmgs Cross Gas Holders. London (opposjto bottom) ArT pevilion, Magna. Flotherham (left) Model. Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth (nght) Gateshead Millennium Bridge Gateshead, UK, 2001 Architecture has been called on to playa remarkably important part in the regeneration of the cities of the Industrial Revolution in the north of England. When traditional sources of wealth dried up, Gateshead tried more than most to turn its economy round from being based on industry to one that is hoped to be driven by services, shopping and culture.

The use of paired arches caJJymgpre-stressed cables a110ws for very high transparency on the large east and west far;:ades, whl1e mlmmlslng exposure to solar gain from the south during the hottest part of the day Beneath the house a labynnth based on the pnnclples of a termite mound m a hot c1Jmate provides cool air to be trickled over the plants (left page and near left) An Integral blmd system was worked out witt: a seilmeke: to shield the far;:ades when necessary while Increasing the performance of the stack effect ventilation The sides of the glass house are undercut and are open at low level to a110w airflow up to escape at the apex (nght) The form and glazmg bnng a 21st century use of technology to Air intake is at ground level where air is drawn into the complement the early semmal building through a concrete labyrinth that works like a glasshouses at Kev« hght and cooling form of hypocaust.

It was determined to build a new, largely knowledge-based economy on the ruins of the old one. Nowhere was this more clear than at Templebrough, where casting may have ceased but the huge monumental building remained. Instead of having it pulled down, the council appointed Wilkinson Eyre in 1998 to analyse how the great shed could be adapted to become a science adventure centre. With the aid of a Millennium Commission grant funded by the National Lottery, help from the European Union and from other sources, public and private existing buildings were reorganised, and new works installed to enable the centre to open in 2001.

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