Cesar Pelli: buildings and projects, 1965-1990

Front Cover

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Conditions for a Colossal Architecture Mario Gandelsonas
9
The Evolution of an Architect John Pastier
13
Buildings and Projects 19651990
21
Copyright

54 other sections not shown

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (1990)

Cesar Pelli became Dean of the School of Architecture at Yale University and established his architectural firm, Cesar Pelli & Associates, in New Haven, Connecticut. He was nominated by the AIA in 1991 as one of the ten most influential living American architects, and has received over 100 awards for design excellence. He is the only architect to have been given a Connecticut State Arts Award, and his importance has been further recognised by the AIA with the award of the Gold Medal in 1995 and the Firm Award for Cesar Pelli & Associates in 1989. His work has been widely published and exhibited, with eight books dedicated to his designs and theories.
Michael J. Crosbie is a practising architect and the author of numerous books on architecture. A former editor of Progressive Architecture, he has contributed to a number of journals and magazines, including Domus, Architectural Record, Faith & Form, ArchitectureWeek.com and Landscape Architecture. He teaches architecture at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, and has lectured at architecture schools in North America and abroad.

Mario Gandelsonas is a Professor at Yale University and principal with Diana Agrest of A&G in New York. As a Fellow of the Chicago Institute of Architecture and Urbanism he has extended his studies on the American grid to the generating potential of his drawings in the development of a master plan for the city of Des Moines, Iowa.

Pastier is a design writer and consultant based in Seattle. He has taught architecture, urban design and criticism.

Bibliographic information