Santiago Calatrava: the complete works

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Rizzoli, Nov 27, 2004 - Architecture - 432 pages
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Spanish-born architect Santiago Calatrava has achieved considerable international acclaim in recent years with his breathtaking feats of engineering in the service of elegant and humanistic modern forms. Santiago Calatrava: The Complete Works comprehensively examines this contemporary master's career, beginning with his education in Valencia and Zurich, and continuing with the origins and development of his celebrated body of work, including the architect's furniture designs, sculpture, and drawings.

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Alexander Tzonis is professor emeritus of architectural theory and design methods at the University of Technology of Delft. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including "Architecture in Europe since 1968," "Between Memory and Invention," and "Le Corbusier: Poetics of Machine and Metaphor." Alkistis Rodi is an architect based in Athens.

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