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Carlos Ferrater: Office of Architecture in Barcelona
FERRATER.
Carlos Ferrater: Office of Architecture in Barcelona
This book features a conversation with Ferrater before documenting his entire career, from 1971 student intervention Instant City--a hippie dream of colourful inflatables--to current drawing board work such as Casa AA, an orthogonal network based on 45 degree angles. This is a total of 63 projects, described in superb detail with plenty of images and plans. Ranging in scale from a downhome guest pavilion on Menorca to town halls, housing estates and the new Barcelona airport, this is the definitive guide to a significant architect.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 494 pp
Publisher: Manel Padura
Year: 2007.
Publication Place: Barcelona,
ISBN: 9788493559533
Book Id: 74836

Price: $174.00

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