Museum Builders, Part 1
Wiley, Jul 28, 1994 - Architecture - 265 pages
Here is a complete account of the extraordinary architecture of contemporary museums. This volume includes the works of the most significant architects from around the world who are involved in this highly specialised field. It presents detailed critical analyses of their projects and evaluates their contributions to the genre. Included are outstanding museum projects of architects such as Gae Alenti, Hans Hollein, Arata Isozaki, Kisho Kurokawa, Richard Meier, Renzo Piano, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott-Brown.
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addition allow Altes Museum approach architects architecture Art Museum auditorium axis building Burlington House central centre Centre Pompidou century collection complex connection container Contemporary Art context court courtyard create cultural Cutaway axonometric Decorative Arts Denise Scott Brown Deutsches Architekturmuseum display elevation entry exhibition space existing exterior facade facilities Frankfurt functions Gae Aulenti gallery space garden Gare d'Orsay glass grid Groningen Museum Ground floor plan hall historical interior internal Laguna Gloria level plan located Longitudinal section Louvre main entrance Modern monumental Museum Builders museum design Museum of Art National Gallery natural light Neue Staatsgalerie Norman Foster organised paintings park plaza Pompidou Pompidou Centre programme ramp renovation Richard Meier Robert Venturi roof rooms Sackler Sainsbury Wing scale Schaumainkai sculpture sketch skylights spatial Staatsgalerie stair Stirling structure Stuttgart temporary exhibition tion tower urban vertical Villa visitors visual wall