André Poitiers: Objects in the Territory
AndrA(c) Poitiers' adventures in design involve experimentation, pushing himself to the limits of what is known. He acquired expertise in the studio of Norman Foster, before invading the territory of architecture, driven by a futuristic, iconoclastic impetus. The most recent milestone on Poitiers journey is Plasma, the liquid, organic and living material, liable to alter in relation to functional and environmental factors. Poitiers unusual and individual approach to designing is reflected in the graphics and presentation of the book. The editor Kristin Feireiss is an architecture critic and curator. She heads the Aedes Architecture Forum and was director of the Dutch Architecture Institute (NAI), Rotterdam from 1996-2000. The author Andreas Ruby is an architecture critic and theoretician.
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