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A10 #35 New European Architecture SEPT/OCT 2010
A10 continues to unearth Europe's more offbeat and subtle architectural developments. Colour photography, plans, designs and texts profile numerous pan-European projects including Bjarke Ingels' BIG 8 (Copenhagen), Carmody Groake's pop-up restaurant (London), Paul+O Architects' swimming pool (UK), GAD's Music and Art House (Istanbul), Maxwan's cultural centre (Czech Republic), the Fab Lab Solar House (Madrid), Brzoza and Kwietowicz's artist house (Warsaw), Sadar + Vuga's Sports Park (Ljubljana), plus Ghent library, Helsinki townhouses, Roskilde's Technical College, socialist shopping centres in former Yugoslavia, a 7-day architectural tour of Portugal, and yet more under-the-radar news.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 70 pp
Year: 2010
Book Id: 88326

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