New Stone Architecture

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Laurence King Publishing, 2003 - Architecture, Modern - 240 pages
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A discussion of stone construction and the nature of stone as a material. Aimed at practising architects and students, this study describes the new technologies that make the new stone forms possible. This is followed by 33 case studies from around the world.
 

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Contents

The Power
7
Introduction
57
Peake Short and Partners
70
Eric Parry Architects
80
OM Ungers
86
Edouard Frangois
94
Michael Hopkins
100
Case Studies
116
Zvi Hecker and Rafi Segal
152
Renzo Piano Building Workshop
158
Case Studies
174
Madridejos and Sancho
182
192RaffaeleCavadini
192
Antoine Predock
198
Richard Meier
208
0rtnerandOrtner
216

Jensen Skodvin Architects
122
Renzo Piano Building Workshop
128
Kengo Kuma
134
Cesar RuizLarrea Cangas
140
Eduardo Souto de Moura
146
Tony Fretton Architects
222
Endnotes
228
Index
235
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