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Urban hopes : made in China by Steven Holl / Christoph a. Kumpusch (Ed.)

By: Holl, Steven [architect.].
Contributor(s): Kumpusch, Christoph a [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Zürich : Lars M?uller Publishers, 2014Description: 291 pages : chiefly color illustrations, maps, plans ; 17 cm.ISBN: 9783037783764.Other title: Made in China by Steven Holl.Subject(s): Holl, Steven -- Pictorial works | Architectural design | Architectural drawing | Architecture -- China -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works | Architecture, Modern -- 20th century -- Pictorial worksDDC classification: 720.92
Contents:
Oceanic / Balthasar Holz -- Introduction / Steven Holl -- Urban manifestos -- Histories -- Tianjin Museums (Tianjin, China) -- Horizontal skyscraper (Vanke Center, Shenzhen, China) -- Sliced porosity block (Chengdu, China) -- Linked hybrid (Beijing, China) -- Tropical porosity plan (Dongguan, China) -- Conclusion: irrationale / Christoph a. Kumpusch.
Summary: In content and format the book reflects such juxtaposition, featuring images and graphic documentation of Steven Holl's recent works realized in China alongside critiques and analyses by a new generation of theorists.
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Oceanic / Balthasar Holz -- Introduction / Steven Holl -- Urban manifestos -- Histories -- Tianjin Museums (Tianjin, China) -- Horizontal skyscraper (Vanke Center, Shenzhen, China) -- Sliced porosity block (Chengdu, China) -- Linked hybrid (Beijing, China) -- Tropical porosity plan (Dongguan, China) -- Conclusion: irrationale / Christoph a. Kumpusch.

In content and format the book reflects such juxtaposition, featuring images and graphic documentation of Steven Holl's recent works realized in China alongside critiques and analyses by a new generation of theorists.

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