Renzo Piano Building Workshop: Complete Works, Volume 2

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Phaidon Press, 1995 - Architects - 240 pages
Renzo Piano is considered to be one of the world's greatest living architects.e has made his name over the last twenty years as a provocative andnventive designer, first as co-author, with Richard Rogers and Peter Rice,f the Centre Pompidou in France and then gradually with projects as diverses the gallery for the de Menil collection in the USA, the Bari Sportstadium in Italy and the Kansai Airport passenger terminal in Japan.;Thisolume provides a study of Piano's working method, followed by a presentationf some of his most significant buildings and projects from the period 1987o 1993.

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PETER BUCHANAN is a writer and critic who has served as deputy editor of the Architectural Review for nearly a decade.

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