Andrea Branzi: open enclosures

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Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Nov 3, 2008 - Architecture - 112 pages
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The record of Branzi's installations at the Cartier Foundation in Paris: digital sketches, exhibition creation, and photographs. Andrea Branzi is an architect, graphic designer, and theorist. Founding father of the Domus Academy in Milan and a former member of the legendary radical architecture group Archizoom, he has influenced a whole generation from Gehry to Libeskind, from Koolhaas to Tschumi. For his March-June 2008 exhibition in Paris, he wove together materials such as hemp and bamboo with glass and metal, creating fragile, poetic architectural structures that reconciled the natural with the man-made. 65 illustrations.

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