In the first installment of a series of monographs on emerging architects in the relatively uncharted territories of the Balkans and Central Europe, 'The Architecture Observer' examines the Sarajevo-based Studio Nonstop, founded by Sanja Gali and Igor Grozdani . The book offers a selection of ten projects and buildings, plus an overview of projects from the last fifteen years, ranging from interiors to urban planning, and positioning their work in a Bosnian and international context. With an introductory essay by architectural critic Hans Ibelings, editor and publisher of the series, the design approach, references and inspiration of Studio Nonstop are investigated in detail.
Pages: 96 pp,
Publisher: The Architecture Observer
Publication Place: Amsterdam
Book Id: 93146
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