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Santiago Calatrava's fusion of architecture, art and engineering (Complete Works 1979-2007)

Santiago Calatrava. Complete Works 1979-2007

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Santiago Calatrava is a renowned architect, structural engineer and artist. Recent projects such as the Athens 2004 Olympic sports complex, the Turning Torso in Malmo, and TGV station in Liège, have brought him international acclaim. The only architect to exhibit at both the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, he is presently designing the main transportation hub for Ground Zero in Manhattan, as well as the tallest building in the USA: the 160-story Chicago Spire Tower.

Calatrava collaborated extensively on this monograph, which traces his career and places his architecture in the context of his art and engineering prowess. All of his works, from the suspended swimming pool at Zurich’s Federal Institute of Technology to his latest startling designs feature in this volume, along with watercolors created by the architect specifically for its fold-out pages.
  • "This handsome volume, a high quality production at a modest price in the best TASCHEN tradition, should encourage wider interest in the work of this extraordinary contemporary designer."

    — Twentieth Century Society, London