Colours Are Like the Wind: Jean Pfaff's Colour Interventions in Architecture

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Birkhauser Architecture, 2001 - Architecture - 111 pages
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The well-known artist Jean Pfaff has undertaken a series of fascinating colour interventions in buildings documented and analysed here for the first time. Pfaff s colour interventions in architecture are not just a matter of art in buildings, rather they are an exciting dialogue between colour and space.

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About the author (2001)

Heinrich Helfenstein, born in 1946, studied in Zurich & Florence before going on to be the assistant of Aldo Rossi & Paul Hofer at the ETH Zurich. Since 1980 he has headed his own atelier for architectural photography. He has written numerous publications on architecture & photography.

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