Simon Conder: Sensitivity and Invention

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Arca (L'), 2003 - Architecture - 99 pages
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What defines Simon Conder's architectural opus is its absolute independence in defining technical and formal solutions. For this English designer every individual job -- from the smallest to the largest -- constitutes a problem in and of itself, one that requires particular investigation and a diverse, tailored sensibility. Whether dealing with interior design, apartments, or collective complexes, his work distinguishes itself by its inexhaustible freshness and its subtle poetic vein.

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