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A dynamic, visual exploration of the aesthetics of brick architecture featuring 180 structures from 3000 BC to the present day.

Brick explores one of architecture’s most expressive and diverse mediums, presenting the beauty and versatility of the material. The book includes innovative and inspirational projects from monuments and churches, to stations and cultural spaces from across the millenia and the globe. Each project is accompanied by a single photograph with an extended caption, Brick provides a fresh and insightful glimpse into projects in locations as familiar as Antoni Gaudi’s Barcelona and Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe’s Chicago and as far‐flung as Afghanistan, Uzbekstan, Yemen and Bangladesh.

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Brick is a fresh, insightful and surprising look at one of the world’s most familiar and popular building materials. From the strange remains of the Ziggurat of Ur dating from 2100 BC, to formidable mills of the industrial revolution, the humble brick has been an architectural staple for centuries.

The world’s best architects have explored the qualities of brickwork. Alvar Aalto, Antoni Gaudi, Jorn Utzon, Frank Gehry, and Mies van der Rohe all built with the material, and bricks were integral to Frank Lloyd Wright’s vision for an American vernacular in his Prairie Houses.

Lesser‐known newcomers have created some equally striking and memorable structures, from the stunning Winery Gantenbein – built by robotic arm – to the audacious Kantana Institute, an unprecedented vision in a Thai rainforest.

BrickA is a beautiful and informative visual exploration of a material that is often overlooked, and sometimes considered limiting, but is actually full of spectacular potential.

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About the Author

William Hall trained at Central Saint Martins and began his career in the office of the minimalist architect John Pawson. Hall now runs his own design practice in London, working with clients such as Calvin Klein, Henry Moore Institute and Tate. William is the author of Concrete, also published by Phaidon.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780714868813
Binding:
Hardcover
Publication date:
04/20/2015
Publisher:
Phaidon Press
Pages:
240
Height:
1.20IN
Width:
10.20IN
Thickness:
1.25
Illustration:
Yes
Author:
William Hall
Author:
William (edt) Hall
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Author:
Dan (CON) Cruickshank
Author:
William (EDT) Hall
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Contributor:
Dan Cruickshank
Subject:
Architecture-Specifications and Detail

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