Competing Globally in Architecture Competitions (Heftet)

Meeting New Design Challenges in the Information Age

Serie: Architecture in Practice 


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Innbinding: Heftet
Utgivelsesår: 2004
Antall sider: 256
Forlag: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN/EAN: 9780470862131
Omtale Competing Globally in Architecture Competitions
Design competitions are a core mechanism of the architectural world. They offer architects unique opportunities to pitch for work, and the careers of many name architects have been made by winning an important competition -- Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano, Dominique Perrault and Jean Nouvel to name but a few. This is the definitive book on architecture competitions from over the last decade, and will be an essential guide to any architect or student who is considering preparing a submission.* The first in a distinctive new Architecture in Practice series from Wiley--Academy* A definitive book on key competitions it will be a touchstone for individual architects and offices* It illustrates winning case studies from many of the major international competitions of the past decade* It provides essential strategic material on entering competitions: from which ones to enter to the way rules for competitions differ internationally and from region to region* It provides a unique overview of recent trends: in terms of digital presentation, but also preoccupations with issues such as sustainability

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