Hardback | Juli 2013 |Beoordeel dit boek als eerste!
In this in-depth conversation, illustrated by extensive plans, models, references and photos, the founders of Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture, the acclaimed Tel - Aviv-based studio, provide a personal analysis of the thinking behind seven of their projects: two hotels, three restaurants, a store and a private home. Incorporating culture, time and place into the design process is fundamental to Baranowitz Kronenberg's approach. Symbolic starting points as disparate as, among others, the art of origami, a Shabbat tablecloth or an Arab village are patiently explored and reinterpreted architecturally, subtly investing buildings and interiors with the intrinsic coherence and expressive power that are hallmarks of the practice.
This book records the holistic nature of Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture's design philosophy, in which space, form and materials are expressly employed to enhance human experience and social interaction.