Norman FosterRegular price SFr. 450.00 Sale price Save SFr. -450.00
Architecture giant Norman Foster walks us through his most significant projects, from the Millennium Bridge to Apple Park. Presenting his architectural oeuvre, the first volume of this XXL monograph brims with unpublished images and sketches, handpicked by Foster, while the second contains eight essays describing his sources, written by the Pritzker-prize winning architect. The XXL monograph encompasses a lifetime of achievement and originality in two volumes. The first presents his architectural œuvre and is filled with numerous unpublished images and sketches handpicked by Foster from his archives. Paired with nearly 1000 illustrations, the second book contains eight essays he wrote explaining his sources of inspiration.Aside from the 1999 Pritzker Prize, he has won the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal for Architecture, the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture, and the Gold Medal of the French Academy of Architecture. This is a magnificent visual journey not only through significant buildings of our time but also into the mind of a genius. Norman Foster sketched every page of this book and spent countless hours with the author and the graphic designer to make it one of the most remarkable architecture books ever published.
English - 1064 Pages - 40 x 45 cm - 10,1 Kg