OMA's founding partner Rem Koolhaas gave a lecture on 20 October 2011 at Cornell University on the occasion of opening Milstein Hall, the new extension to the faculty of Architecture, Art and Planning designed by OMA.
A monograph on one of Spain’s greatest contemporary architects, featuring projects spanning four decades of international practice. A bulky publication which presents a wide tour over the work of Alberto Campo Baeza. We are sure it will become a publication of reference to explain their work.
Antonio Pizza, architect and UPC professor publishes “The cities of the Italian Futurism. Life and modern art (1909-1915)”, a panoramic itinerary through the leading figures of this artistic movement, going over the path among the biographic anecdote, the intellectual chronicle and the erudition, with brings the reader at the historical moment of the beginning of the artistic avant-garde in the Europe of the beginning of the twentieth Century.
The first book to show the architecture by Flores & Prats, an architecture studio founded in 1998 in Barcelona, which combines the design and building practice with an intense academic activity at different universities. After their experience at Enric Miralles' studio, Ricardo Flores and Eva Prats developed a career in which research has always been linked to the responsibility for making and constructing and a great interest in...
The Seville Congress Center needed to incorporate a new auditorium and increase its exhibition space. The expansion project was entrusted to Seville architect Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra (National Architecture Award of Spain 2005), and this book tells the story of how he conducted an architectural project that is, at the same time, one of the highlights of Spain in recent years and the most important public facility that has been built in...
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.