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Rem Koolhaas

Conversaciones con Hans Ulrich Obrist

Hans Ulrich Obrist

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14 x 20 cm
96 páginas
ISBN: 9788425222078
Rústica
2009

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Este libro recopila seis entrevistas que Hans Ulrich Obrist ha venido manteniendo con Rem Koolhaas sobre los temas más recientes tratados por OMA y AMO. En ellas no sólo se dialoga sobre la trayectoria y el pensamiento de Rem Koolhaas, sino que se abordan sus últimas obras asiáticas, la biblioteca pública de Seattle, la Casa da Música en Oporto o la embajada de Holanda en Berlín.

Dada la dispersión de la obra de OMA/AMO por todo el planeta, los temas abordados en las entrevistas tratan también sobre geopolítica y sobre los diferentes condicionantes de trabajo a la hora de proyectar la arquitectura en las diferentes partes del mundo.

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  1. giancinephile: Good Bergman knowledge!There is a lack of quitaly dialogue around menswear in most publications. The tide is beginning to turn.Judging by the article in the supplement it seems as though Lang has chosen art over fashion. He has outgrown the | 18/04/2014, 13:41 | giancinephile: Good Bergman knowledge!There is a lack of quitaly dialogue around menswear in most publications. The tide is beginning to turn.Judging by the article in the supplement it seems as though Lang has chosen art over fashion. He has outgrown the | giancinephile: Good Bergman knowledge!There is a lack of quitaly dialogue around menswear in most publications. The tide is beginning to turn.Judging by the article in the supplement it seems as though Lang has chosen art over fashion. He has outgrown the

    giancinephile: Good Bergman knowledge!There is a lack of quitaly dialogue around menswear in most publications. The tide is beginning to turn.Judging by the article in the supplement it seems as though Lang has chosen art over fashion. He has outgrown the world of fashion as he knows it. Here's hoping that he finds a new fahion world.

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