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J.S.K. Architects: Built Transparence (Hardback)
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J.S.K. Architects: Built Transparence (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 01/02/2000
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JSK is one of Germany's leading international architectural firms and is at the forefront of new developments in architecture for the 21st century. The "built transparency" that the firm has adopted as its guiding conceit insists on the human scale, creating architecture that is at once ecologically sound, aesthetically delightful, functional and economical. The results of JSK's progressive approach have been particularly significant in the reconstruction of Berlin. Over 60 of their most important works are presented in this extensively illustrated volume, alongside several drawings, a full listing of all of their projects and buildings and essays by noted European architectural critics Willy Joos and Christel Kapitzki.

Publisher: Ernst Wasmuth Verlag
ISBN: 9783803001955
Weight: 1361 g
Dimensions: 300 x 240 mm

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