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The Changing of the Avant garde by Paola Antonelli - Hardcover
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    Category Type
    Architecture
    ISBN
    9780870700040.0
    Item EAN
    2724306411008
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    Author
    Paola Antonelli
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    Publisher
    Museum of Modern Art
    Category Type
    Architecture
    ISBN
    9780870700040.0
    Item EAN
    2724306411008
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    Author
    Paola Antonelli
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    Publisher
    Museum of Modern Art
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    Description:

      What would it be like to live in R. Buckminster Fuller's hexagonal Dymaxion House? To visit Arata Isozaki's project for Hiroshima? To grow up in John Hejduk's Wall House? There are only fictional answers to questions such as these, but what imagination wouldn't ponder them upon seeing the drawings

      What would it be like to live in R. Buckminster Fuller's hexagonal Dymaxion House? To visit Arata Isozaki's project for Hiroshima? To grow up in John Hejduk's Wall House? There are only fictional answers to questions such as these, but what imagination wouldn't ponder them upon seeing the drawings assembled in The Changing of the Avant Garde? Featuring 165 expertly reproduced visionary architectural drawings from The Museum of Modern Art's Howard Gilman Archive, this collection brings together a selection of idealized, fantastic and utopian architectural drawings, mainly from the 1960s and 70s. This publication, the first to consider the drawings since the archive was established in 1998, is accompanied by essays exploring the significance of the works, and an interview with Pierre Apraxine, the former curator of the collection , by Paola Antonelli.

      Product Features :
    • Binding : Hardcover
    • Language of Text : English
    • Publication Year : 2002
    • Number of Pages : 240
    • ISBN : 9780870700040
 

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