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Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen.
JACOBSEN. Sheridan, Michael.
Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen.
This text reconstructs a building that no longer exists in order to rediscover a lost world of beauty and sensation and gain a new insight into the work of Danish architect Arne Jacobsen. That building is the SAS House, a luxury hotel and airline terminal completed in Copenhagen in 1960. Designed for the Scandinavian Airlines System at the dawn of the jet age, the SAS House was Jacobsen's masterpiece, a cumulative work that condensed the architectural strategies and formal devices of a lifetime into a single example of total design.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 272 pp
Publisher: Phaidon.
Year: 2011
Publication Place: London,
ISBN: 9780714861081
Book Id: 87702

Price: $45.00

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