AV 121 SANAA / Sejima & Nishizawa 1990-2007

Nakladatelství: Arquitectura Viva
Rok vydání: 2007
ISBN: 0213487X
Formát: 160 stran, ills colour & b/w, 24x30 cm, pb
Jazyk: anglicky, španělsky
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With so many projects realized since Sanaa's modest beginnings, this compact number of AV provides a thorough overview of the office's work to date. Divided in four sections, the first contains two critical essays, the second; a survey of ten essential buildings; the third; five minimal houses built; and lastly, a survey of five immaterial projects completed. Documented throughout with photographs, plans, details, and commentaries.

Ten Essential Buildings

Saishunkan Seiyaku Women’s Dormitory, 1990-1991, Kumamoto (Japan)
Gifu Kitagata Apartment Building, 1994-1998, Gifu (Japan)
Multi-media Studio in Ogaki, 1995-1996, Gifu (Japan)
O-Museum, 1995-1999, Nagano (Japan)
Koga Park Cafe, 1996-1998, Ibaraki (Japan)
Kanazawa Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999-2004, Ishikawa (Japan)
Glass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, 2001-2006, Ohio (United States)
Dior Building Omotesando, 2001-2004, Tokyo (Japan)
Zollverein School of Management and Design, 2003-2006, Essen (Germany)
Naoshima Ferry Terminal, 2003-2006, Kagawa (Japan)

Five Minimal Houses

S-House, 1995-1996, Okayama (Japan)
Weekend House, 1997-1998, Gunma (Japan)
Small House, 1999-2000, Tokyo (Japan)
House in a Plum Grove, 2001-2003, Tokyo (Japan)
Moriyama House, 2002-2005, Tokyo (Japan)

Five Immaterial Projects

IVAM Extension, 2002, Valencia (Spain)
New Museum of Contemporary Art, 2003, New York (United States)
Eda Apartment Building, 2002, Kanagawa (Japan)
Louvre-Lens Museum, 2005, Lens (France)
EPFL Learning Center, 2005, Lausanne (Switzerland)