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El Croquis 139: Sejima Nishizawa SANAA 1983-2004


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    El Croquis 139: Sejima Nishizawa SANAA 1983-2004


    Madrid, El Croquis Editorial, 2004. 655 pages.


    Hardcover. In good antiquarian condition.


    Text in Spanish and English. Generously illustrated with photographs, sketches and architectural drawings.


    This edition of El Croquis offers an in-depth exploration of the collaborative works of Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa under their joint venture, SANAA, from 1983 to 2004. Renowned for their innovative and minimalist design approach, the volume presents an extensive compendium of their projects, from seminal works to lesser-known endeavors. The period covered showcases a pivotal era in the firm’s development, marked by accolades such as the Pritzker Prize and significant contributions to contemporary architecture.


    The monograph is rich with architectural drawings, photographs, and project descriptions, paired with critical essays and interviews that provide insight into the architects’ philosophy and process. The detailed chronology of projects and honors, presented bilingually, emphasizes their global impact. This book is a vital reference for practitioners, scholars, and aficionados of modern architecture, encapsulating the essence of SANAA’s contribution to the field over two decades.

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    34 x 24 cm