Book Name: Fashion in Architecture (6-Book Boxed Set)

  • Ifengspace·Beijing  
  • 2  P  
  • 978-7-5537-4250-2
  • Chinese and English
  • 828.00 RMB
  • Softcover
  • 1
  • 2015.04
  • 170*240
  • 1128

Table of Contents

①METAL
PART 1
HISTORY OF METAL "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
1. ANCIENT
2. MODERN
3. CONTEMPORARY
4. FUTURE
PART 2
CASES OF METAL "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
MONTEAGUDO MUSEUM
KUKJE GALLERY
BIOMEDICALRESEARCHCENTEROFHOSPITALDENAVARRA
CAN CUBE
SAKURA HOUSE
ANDSCAPEFENCE
KRING KUMHO CULTURE COMPLEX
LACE APARTMENTS
YJP ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER
HOUSE 77
RESEARCH LABORATORY
TEA HOUSE ON BUNKER
THEATER AGORA
URBAN SOLID WASTE COLLECTION CENTER
OFFICE BUILDING AUDENASA
MARTIN LUTHER CHURCH
②WOOD
PART 1
HISTORY OF WOOD "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
1. ANCIENT
2. MODERN
3. CONTEMPORARY
4. FUTURE
PART 2
CASES OF WOOD "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
MOKUZAI KAIKAN
EMÜ SPORTS HALL
CAMOUFLAGE HOUSE
A FOREST FOR A MOON DAZZLER
DOUBLE HOUSE
YELLOW TREEHOUSE RESTAURANT
DAPHNE
LANTERN PAVILION
POLISH PAVILION FOR EXPO 2010
O2-SAVER-SUSTAINABLE HOUSE AT LAKE LAKA
AIU LIBRARY
KINDERGARTEN KEKEC
HOUSE EXTENSION IN SUURUPI
PANYADEN SCHOOL
WINNIPEG SKATING SHELTERS
SPANISH PAVILION AT FLORIADE 2012 WORLD HORTICULTURAL EXPO
LIM GEO DANG HOUSE
GARDEN HOUSE
③GLASS
PART 1
HISTORY OF GLASS "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
1. ANCIENT
2. MODERN
3. CONTEMPORARY
4. FUTURE
PART 2
CASES OF GLASS "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
NOVANCIA BUSINESS SCHOOL
VAKKO FASHION CENTER AND POWER MEDIA CENTER
OFFICE BUILDING FOR TAIWAN GLASS FPG
PERFETTI VAN MELLE FACTORY RENOVATION
INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
ICELANDIC INSTITUTE OF NATURAL HISTORY
BELLA SKY COMWELL HOTEL
HARPA - REYKJAVIK CONCERT HALL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE
THE SINGAPORE SCIENCE CENTER
KOLONIHAVEHUS
CASA IN PUGLIA
GALLERIA DEPARTMENT STORE
LEV OFFICE BUILDING
HOUSE Q
BLUE RESIDENTIAL TOWER
VITUS BERING INNOVATION PARK
VIVAT POOL AND SPA
OFFICES INFRAX WEST
100 ELEVENTH AVENUE
④CERAMICS
PART 1
HISTORY OF CERAMIC "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
1. ANCIENT
2. MODERN
3. CONTEMPORARY
4. FUTURE
PART 2
CASES OF CERAMIC "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
MUSIC HALL AND HOUSE IN ALGUEÑA MUCA
NEMBRO LIBRARY
PEGS JUNIOR BOYS SCHOOL
STADSHAARD POWER STATION
ALOFT LONDON EXCEL
HOLBURNE MUSEUM OF ART
APARTMENT BUILDING ON THE HARBOR
FITZROY HIGH SCHOOL
KINDERGARTEN IN EL SERRALLO
ZAMET CENTER
BRANDHORST MUSEUM
CCCLOUD
MARTINET PRIMARY SCHOOL
CENTRAL ST. GILES COURT
CHANG SHUI PORT LANDSCAPE PROJECT IN LONGSHAN NEW DISTRICT, CHANGXING
SHANGHAI COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT COMPREHENSIVE LAB
⑤CONCRETE
PART 1
HISTORY OF CONCRETE "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
1. ANCIENT
2. MODERN
3. CONTEMPORARY
4. FUTURE
PART 2
CASES OF CONCRETE "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
LIVERPOOL VILLAHERMOSA
NEW FOYER OF THE BUILDING ACADEMY
HÄMEENLINNA PROVINCIAL ARCHIVE
BICENTENNIAL CIVIC CENTER
RATP BUS CENTER IN THIAIS
JEWEL BOX
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND MENZIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA
CRUSHED WALL
O - 1 4 TOWER
PATCHWORK PAVILION
PREBOLD APARTMENTS
100K HOUSE
NURSING HOME IN HAINBURG
EMÍDIO NAVARRO SECONDARY SCHOOL
COBOGÓ HOUSE
CRÈCHE RUE PIERRE BUDIN
⑥PLASTIC
PART 1
HISTORY OF PLASTIC "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
1. ANCIENT AND MODERN
2. CONTEMPORARY
3. FUTURE
PART 2
CASES OF PLASTIC "FASHION" IN ARCHITECTURE
LONDON OLYMPIC SHOOTING VENUE
SUGAMO SHINKIN BANK / SHIMURA BRANCH
CENTRAL OFFICE OF CONFEDERATION OF EMPLOYERS OF ALBACETE
ILUMA
EL "B" AUDITORIUM
MOBILE ART PAVILION FOR CHANEL
LOUNGE MS
FABRIC FAÇADE: STUDIO APARTMENT
MERIDA FACTORY YOUTH MOVEMENT
PLASTICAMENTE PAVILION
SPORTS CENTER SA INDIOTERÍA
ONE OCEAN – THEMATIC PAVILION EXPO 2012
PLASTIC HOUSE
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OR2

Introduction

The series of Fashion in Architecture is aimed to interpret architecture in fashion language, push forward the cross-border dialogue between architecture and fashion as well as their collision spark, and present a more authentic visual feast for the readers. This series is composed of several books, each focusing on a different architectural façade material, including metal, wood, glass, concrete, ceramics, plastic. Each book includes around 20 latest and most gorgeous architectural projects from the world, introducing their façade materials, techniques and artistic features. Meanwhile, each project is illustrated with a fashion design sketch. Architecture is thus interpreted in fashion language and thus a series of spectacular “fashion shows” of architecture is unfolded before our eyes.