Yann Andre Leroy of Brennan Beer Gorman: The Space of Difference
L'Arca Edizioni, 2003 - Architecture - 99 pages
The busy work of Yann Andre Leroy from the Brennan Beer Gorman firm in New York is best exemplified in an approach to design immediately identifying the nature of the building to be constructed and its relations to context in the vert' first preliminary sketches. This French-born architect prefers to work on an urban scale for two main reasons: firstly, because Leroy's works slot neatly and confidently into the compressed spaces of a metropolitan fabric that is now tightly woven right across the globe; and secondly, because each design has such full and carefully-articulated spaces and functional sections to make it a complete urban complex in its own right.
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Conference Center Black Hills South Dakota
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Art Deco ballroom Black Hills Boardwalk Brennan Beer Gorman casino central complex concept sketch conference center construction create curved building Deco dedicated dinner theater dynamic elements elevation entertainment sphere entire composition exhibition hall expression facade facing Broad Street floor plan formal Gatot Subroto glass and metal Government Center Grand Kuningan Guangzhou Cultural Center guestrooms heliport horizontal Hotel Sofitel hotel tower Hudson River Indonesia intersection of JL Jakarta Jalan Yap Kwan Jend Jersey City Keraton Plaza Kuala Lumpur landscape layering Leroy's lobby located lounge area main entry Mega Kuningan Mohegan movie theaters Office Building office floors office tower Opposite overall podium rehearsal building residential restaurant retail atrium retail space rhythm shaft shaped Silver City smooth curtain wall soundstages south side spatial square foot Office Steel Pier structure studio upper floors Video arcade visual volume Washington Avenue wing Yann Andre Leroy Yap Kwan Seng York