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by Rosalind Krauss,Patricia Leigh Brown,Steven Holl,Michael Sorkin,Stephen Tilly,Frederic Schwartz

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Rosalind Krauss,Patricia Leigh Brown,Steven Holl,Michael Sorkin,Stephen Tilly,Frederic Schwartz
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by Rosalind Krauss (Author), Patricia Leigh Brown (Author), Steven Holl (Author), Michael Sorkin (Author), Stephen Tilly (Author), Frederic Schwartz (Introduction) & 3 more.

by Rosalind Krauss (Author), Patricia Leigh Brown (Author), Steven Holl (Author), Michael Sorkin (Author), Stephen Tilly (Author), Frederic Schwartz (Introduction) & 3 more.

An imaginative architect and designer, he was deemed one of the originators of the supergraphics look of the 1960s, the high-tech aesthetic of the 1970s, and the loft look of the 1980s. This lavishly illustrated monograph collects - for the first time ever - over forty of his incredible projects. Working in New York during the late 1960s and early 1970s, he became famous for his ad-hoc style.

Alan Buchsbaum: Architect and Designer- The Mechanics of Taste. Coauthors & Alternates. by Rosalind Krauss, Patricia Leigh Brown, Steven Holl, Michael Sorkin, Stephen Tilly. ISBN 9781885254399 (978-1-885254-39-9) Hardcover, The Monacelli Press, 1996. Find signed collectible books: 'Alan Buchsbaum: Architect and Designer- The Mechanics of Taste'.

Krauss, Rosalind; Brown, Patricia Leigh; Koll, Steven; Sorkin, Michael; Tilly, Stephen (2001) (hardcover). Alan Buchsbaum: Architect and Designer - The Mechanics of Taste (illustrated e. pp. 224. ISBN 1885254393. Giving Ground: The Politics of Propinquity.

Other authors: Patricia Leigh Brown, Steven Holl, Rosalind Krauss, Michael Sorkin, Stephen Tilly. Architect Alan Buchsbaum was a figure of central importance on the American design scene during his two decades of independent practice. His career, and his unique ability both to draw from and to draw out the world around him, reflected the revitalized spirit of his times, the mid-sixties to the mid-eighties. This lavishly illustrated monograph collects, for the first time, over fifty projects; its unique intertwining of work and text, image and type, presents an integrated portrait of Alan Buchsbaum and his design oeuvre prior to his 1987 death from AIDS.

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An imaginative architect and designer, he was deemed one of the originators of the supergraphics look of the 1960s . Featured are his notorious loft spaces for his star clients, who collaborated with Buchsbaum on these dramatic transformations

An imaginative architect and designer, he was deemed one of the originators of the supergraphics look of the 1960s, the high-tech aesthetic of the 1970s, and the loft look of the 1980s. Featured are his notorious loft spaces for his star clients, who collaborated with Buchsbaum on these dramatic transformations. His world of fantasy and luxury was also a place of function and comfort, as seen in his commercial spaces, retail stores, and hotels - the 1986-87 Nevele Hotel renovation is a tour de force of retro-chic design.

An imaginative architect and designer, he was deemed one of the originators of the supergraphics look of the 1960s, the high-tech aesthet Surprising juxtapositions between high elegance and downtown funkiness - a choreography of bright colors and shapes, contrasting textures and patterns, theatrical lighting and quirky found objects - make up the world of Alan Buchsbaum. An imaginative architect and designer, he was deemed one of the originators of the supergraphics look of the 1960s, the high-tech aesthetic of the 1970s, and the loft look of the 1980s.

Steven Holl Architects is an internationally recognized, innovative architecture and urban design firm based in New York. The firm specializes in educational and cultural projects. Steven holl architects WINS international design competition for new angers collectors museum and hotel. March 15, 2018 - Steven Holl Architects, together with Compagnie de Phalsbourg, has won the international design competition for the new Angers Collectors Museum, Le Musée des Collectionneurs and an adjacent hotel in the center of Angers, France.

Surprising juxtapositions between high elegance and downtown funkiness -- a choreography of bright colors and shapes, contrasting textures and patterns, theatrical lighting and quirky found objects -- make up the world of Alan Buchsbaum. An imaginative architect and designer, he was deemed one of the originators of the supergraphics look of the 1960s, the high-tech aesthetic of the 1970s, and the loft look of the 1980s. This lavishly illustrated monograph collects -- for the first time ever -- over forty of his incredible projects. Working in New York during the late 1960s and early 1970s, he became famous for his ad-hoc style. The postwar era's bold materials (vinyl, formica, plastic) were united with his flair for embellishing modern forms while mimicking popular culture's nuances -- a big curve here, a little wiggle there. A favorite among design professionals and magazine editors, his death in 1987 robbed the industry of a major talent. Featured are his notorious loft spaces for his star clients, who collaborated with Buchsbaum on these dramatic transformations. His world of fantasy and luxury was also a place of function and comfort, as seen in his commercial spaces, retail stores, and hotels -- the 1986-87 Nevele Hotel renovation is a tour de force of retro-chic design. Also documented is a cornucopia of his furnishings, including rugs, tables, chairs, and slipcovers. Contributors, all friends, clients, and/or collaborators, recall his ingenuity and flamboyant personality.