International Architecture Yearbook 3
Highly prized by architects and architecture buffs alike, the International Architecture Yearbook lavishly showcases the year's best works, selected ... Show synopsis Highly prized by architects and architecture buffs alike, the International Architecture Yearbook lavishly showcases the year's best works, selected from hundreds of competition winners from around the world. Like its beautiful predecessors, this volume displays the cream of the past year's best architectural work, as judged by an international panel including Hiroshi Watanabe of Japan, Dennis Sharp of the United Kingdom, and Michael Crosbie, Michael Webb, and James Steele of the United States. Hundreds of clear, four-color photographs, drawings, and renderings offer both exterior and interior views of the world's most compelling recent structures. Many of these designs come from the world's premier architects and firms -- Antoine Predock, Ellerbe Becket, Frank Gehry, James Stirling, Michael Graves, Murphy/Jahn, Moule & Polyzoides, and Todd Williams/Billie Tsien among them. In all, the Yearbook features more than 100 exciting new corporate, educational, institutional, public, recreational, retail, and residential designs, with authoritative commentary and project and cost data. A judges' introduction reveals the latest architectural trends.
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