Olafur Eliasson born in Copenhagen in 1967. His work is known worldwide and develops halfway between Copenhagen and Berlin. Since 1995, when he moved to Berlin, his work has grown along different interventions, all in a constant search for an ongoing dialogue between art and the space where he develops his projects. Their study now has more than 70 people, formed on all kinds of specialties, from craftsmen, architects...
During the afternoon of the last 15th of January it was presented the new book edited between La Fábrica and Ajuntament de Barcelona which makes a complete tour through the history of this cosmopolite city with photographs from the middle of the 19th century to the present days.
Our selection of 10 books to give away. They are books to enjoy their reading, their graphic content, not strictly architectural books, getting out of the inbred world of architecture.
¿Son las piezas de Jansen, una nueva forma de vida de pleno derecho? Con esta pregunta se presenta el nuevo libro de Taschen sobre la obra de este artista holandés. Una obra que ha dado la vuelta al mundo, y que ahora es motivo de una exposición itinerante. Un libro realizado con fotografías de Lena Herzog. Are the works by Jansen, a new life-form in its own right? With this question, the new Taschen book on the work of the Dutch artist is...
From the subway to the skyscraper, from Manhattan’s financial district to the Long Island suburbs, every inch of New York tells the story of one man’s mind: Robert Moses, the architect who designed it all. Robert Moses: The Master Builder of New York City is a graphic novel by Pierre Christin and Olivier Balez, published by Nobrow.