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100 Contemporary Concrete Buildings (Jumbo)
Architectural Theory (Klotz)
BIG. HOT TO COLD. An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation
Frank Lloyd Wright
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100 Contemporary Concrete Buildings

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Architectural Theory


BIG. HOT TO COLD. An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation

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Frank Lloyd Wright

Hardcover, 2 vols. in slipcase, 9.4 x 12.0 in., 730 pages
$ 59.99
Hardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 848 pages
$ 19.99
Softcover with jacket, 6.4 x 9.8 in., 712 pages
$ 49.99
Hardcover, 13.1 x 10.1 in., 504 pages
$ 69.99
Once synonymous with eyesore highway bridges and crumbling, unloved walls, concrete has been reborn as adventurous and sexy. This two-volume book considers the elaborate feats and prodigious engineering of contemporary concrete architecture, from stars such as Tadao Ando and Herzog & de Meuron, to fresh new studios like the Russian SPEECH.

“A fundamental reference for intellectual trends and developments in 21st century architecture.”
Baublatt, Zurich
The most influential architectural essays written since the Renaissance, copiously illustrated and neatly organized chronologically and by country. Discover the theories behind the structures in which we live, work, and play.

“A sharp look at changes and styles... Eighty-nine essays and wonderful illustrations make it a must.”
New Scientist, London
Through scorching heat to unforgiving chills, BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group presents a dazzling round-up of adaptive architecture in extreme environments around the world. In coordination with a major exhibition at the National Building Museum, Washington, 60 case studies show how structures can become holistic ecosystems of both economic and environmental profit.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s paradigm-shifting projects. This authoritative overview, based on TASCHEN’s previous three-volume monograph and unlimited access to the Frank Lloyd Wright archives, scours the length and breadth of Wright's career to bring you all the gems of his genius at a new, bargain price.

“That's Wright.”
Le Vif l'Express, Brussels