Périphériques MINNESOTA: architectural works and cultural events

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Birkhäuser, Oct 1, 2000 - Architecture - 295 pages
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Peripheriques, the editors of "36 Propositions for a Home" & "Extra-ordinary", is a group of dynamic young architects, based in Paris. At the forefront of the architectural scene, they actively confront the trends in contemporary architecture, seek to enter into dialogue with the experts & try to raise the awareness of the issues shaping architecture through conferences & exhibitions. In this monograph the buildings & projects of the group itself are presented. Amongst the projects included are: the library at Macon, the Cafe Musee in Savigny-le Temple, the Centre National de Danse, Pantin near Paris & the Musee des Arts Premiers near Paris.

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Contents

TACTICAL INFILTRATION by Manuel Gausa p
24
PROJECTS
25
HOUSING AND URBAN FORMS IN OUTLYING SUBURBAN AREAS EUROPAN 3 p
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