Confessions: Principles Architecture Process Life
Confessions captures Jan Kaplicky 's professional views on the future of architecture and his personal observations and reflections on society, design, politics and beauty. This book is a tour de force of words and images, packed full of innovative buildings and design ideas. It provides a fascinating insight into the creative process of one of the most innovative architects working in Britain today.
- Lavishly illustrated with photographs and sketches that cover a wide range of topics
- Images are accompanied by stimulating and thought-provoking text.
- Compelling reading for anyone working in architecture who'll find Kaplicky 's account of their profession amusing, fair, and inspiring.
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