Pierres Vives : Zaha Hadid Architects / photography Hélène Binet ; edited by Stephane Hof
Skira Rizzoli, New York : 2013
93,  p. : principalmente il.
Hadid, Zaha, 1950-
Pierres Vives (Montpellier)
Sbc Aprendizaje A-727 PIE
A monographic look at Pierres Vives, Zaha Hadid s latest major work, and its innovative approach to spatial design and urban planning. This book documents the ten-year creation of Pierres Vives, an imposing new public building by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid. The 28,500-square-meter stone and concrete sculptural structure brings Hadid s signature boundary-pushing spatial concepts to urban planning on a grand scale. Conceptualized as a tree of knowledge by Zaha Hadid as early as 2002, the structure combines three government functions--archives, a library, and a sports center--into one building to fill the needs of a growing population in Montpellier, France. This book is the definitive source of images for the built structure and the construction process, and explores the architect s design choices, allowing a deep understanding of the work and thought behind the structure.
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