Massimiliano Fuksas: works and projects, 1970-2005

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Skira, 2005 - Architecture - 288 pages
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Massimiliano Fuksas, along with Renzo Piano, is one of the most influential Italian architects working today. This beautiful volume demonstrates how he has achieved this status: 36 built and unbuilt projects, each fully documented with superb photographs, models, drawings, and sketches. Fuksas' most recent works include the Emporio Armani flagship store in Hong Kong, the Jaffa Peace Center, and the Congress Center in EUR, Rome. An essay by Fuksas, a biographical chronology, and a selected bibliography complete this elegant and comprehensive monograph.

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About the author (2005)

Massimiliano Fuksas has received numerous awards including the prestigious French Grand Prix d'Architecture. He has taught at Columbia University and the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris. Luca Molinari is a professor at the University of Naples II. He is a regular contributor to architectural journals including Domus, Abitare, Lotus, Area, Archis, A+U, and Vanity Fair Italy. He is the author of Santiago Calatrava (Skira, 1999) and Mario Botta Public Buildings (Skira, 1998).

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