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Tadao Ando : complete works / [edited by] Francesco Dal Co.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Phaidon, 1995.ISBN:
  • 0714834718
DDC classification:
  • 720.92 20
Contents:
The Architecture of Betrayal / Francesco Dal Co -- Buildings and Projects -- Writings by Tadao Ando. A Wedge in Circumstances. The Wall as Territorial Delineation. From Self-Enclosed Modern Architecture towards Universality. Interior, Exterior. Facing up to the Crisis in Architecture. Mutual Independence, Mutual Interpenetration. Shintai and Space. Representation and Abstraction. From the Church on the Water to the Church of the Light. Materials, Geometry and Nature. Spatial Composition and Nature. Light, Shadow and Form. Nature and Architecture. The Traces of Architectural Intentions. From the Periphery of Architecture. The Power of Unrealized Vision. Sensibility and Abstraction. In the Japanese Pavilion at Expo 92, Seville. Light. The Agony of Sustained Thought: The Difficulty of Persevering. The Eternal within the Moment. Interview with Tadao Ando / Hiroshi Maruyama -- Critical Anthology. Tadao Ando / Vittorio Gregotti. Tadao Ando: Heir to a Tradition / Kiyoshi Takeyama. Tadao Ando's Critical Modernism / Kenneth Frampton. The Story AND O / Peter Eisenman. Tadao Ando and the Cult of Shintai / Kenneth Frampton. Infinitesimally Small and as Palpable as Silence / Giordano Tironi. Dormant Lines / Darell Wayne Fields. Indicencies: in the Drawing Lines of Tadao Ando / Peter Eisenman. 'Brutalizing' History and the Earth / Francois Chaslin. The Architecture of Tadao Ando - Predicated on Participation / Tom Heneghan. Tadao Ando and the Enclosure of Modernism / Fredric Jameson. Three Houses by Tadao Ando / Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani. Minimalism and Architecture / Vittorio Gregotti. Reflections on the Architecture of Tadao Ando / Yuzuru Tominaga.
Summary: Tadao Ando (b 1941) is Japan's leading architect and designer with a dazzling international reputation. He recently won the 1995 Pritzker Architecture Prize for 'consistent and significant contributions to the built environment'. A comprehensive monograph of Ando's work, this book examines over one hundred buildings and projects designed between 1969-94, illustrated by photographs, plans and exquisite sketches.
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Bibliography: p515-522.

The Architecture of Betrayal / Francesco Dal Co -- Buildings and Projects -- Writings by Tadao Ando. A Wedge in Circumstances. The Wall as Territorial Delineation. From Self-Enclosed Modern Architecture towards Universality. Interior, Exterior. Facing up to the Crisis in Architecture. Mutual Independence, Mutual Interpenetration. Shintai and Space. Representation and Abstraction. From the Church on the Water to the Church of the Light. Materials, Geometry and Nature. Spatial Composition and Nature. Light, Shadow and Form. Nature and Architecture. The Traces of Architectural Intentions. From the Periphery of Architecture. The Power of Unrealized Vision. Sensibility and Abstraction. In the Japanese Pavilion at Expo 92, Seville. Light. The Agony of Sustained Thought: The Difficulty of Persevering. The Eternal within the Moment. Interview with Tadao Ando / Hiroshi Maruyama -- Critical Anthology. Tadao Ando / Vittorio Gregotti. Tadao Ando: Heir to a Tradition / Kiyoshi Takeyama. Tadao Ando's Critical Modernism / Kenneth Frampton. The Story AND O / Peter Eisenman. Tadao Ando and the Cult of Shintai / Kenneth Frampton. Infinitesimally Small and as Palpable as Silence / Giordano Tironi. Dormant Lines / Darell Wayne Fields. Indicencies: in the Drawing Lines of Tadao Ando / Peter Eisenman. 'Brutalizing' History and the Earth / Francois Chaslin. The Architecture of Tadao Ando - Predicated on Participation / Tom Heneghan. Tadao Ando and the Enclosure of Modernism / Fredric Jameson. Three Houses by Tadao Ando / Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani. Minimalism and Architecture / Vittorio Gregotti. Reflections on the Architecture of Tadao Ando / Yuzuru Tominaga.

Tadao Ando (b 1941) is Japan's leading architect and designer with a dazzling international reputation. He recently won the 1995 Pritzker Architecture Prize for 'consistent and significant contributions to the built environment'. A comprehensive monograph of Ando's work, this book examines over one hundred buildings and projects designed between 1969-94, illustrated by photographs, plans and exquisite sketches.