MIAS Architects at Centre Pompidou

MIAS Architects at Centre Pompidou

PUBLIÉ PAR / PUBLISHED BY Centre Pompidou, Actar Publishers CONSERVATEUR / CURATOR CENTRE POMPIDOU Fréderic Migayrou DES TEXTES / TEXTS Peter Cook, Bob Sheil, Josep Miàs COLLABORATEURS COLLABORATORS Josep Miàs, Marc Subirana, ...

Author: Josep Miàs

Publisher: Actar D, Inc.

ISBN: 9781638408222

Category: Architecture

Page: 320

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"As a kid who wanted to be an architect you could either make clay shapes, drag pieces of driftwood into vague boxes—or put together Meccano cages. I followed the last option and surely so did Josep Miás". --Peter Cook Tracing through the pieces being published, you sense that Josep Miás is essentially a man who takes strips and edges and develops them into meshes, and then maybe combs, and then maybe honeycombs with a conspicuously boyish delight in making the sketch, the linear diagram, the scale model and the built building. Underlying the apparently fearless is a sense of what can fly, swing, lurch, lean or rest: in other words the composite that makes something possible to be as it is in space. MiAS Architects is an internationally recognized Architecture and Urbanism Studio, founded by Josep Miás in 2000, known for both its innovative experimental projects and its practice combining sustainable technology, innovative manufacturing and cutting edge construction practices.
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MIAS Architects at Centre Pompidou

MIAS Architects at Centre Pompidou

Tracing through the pieces being published, you sense that Josep Mias is essentially a man who takes strips and edges and develops them into meshes, and then maybe combs, and the maybe honeycombs with a conspicuously boyish delight in ...

Author: Josep Miàs

Publisher: Actar

ISBN: 1948765845

Category: Architecture

Page: 320

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"As a kid who wanted to be an architect you could either make clay shapes, drag pieces of driftwood into vague boxes--or put together Meccano cages. I followed the last option and surely so did Josep Miás". --Peter Cook Tracing through the pieces being published, you sense that Josep Miás is essentially a man who takes strips and edges and develops them into meshes, and then maybe combs, and then maybe honeycombs with a conspicuously boyish delight in making the sketch, the linear diagram, the scale model and the built building. Underlying the apparently fearless is a sense of what can fly, swing, lurch, lean or rest: in other words the composite that makes something possible to be as it is in space. MiAS Architects is an internationally recognized Architecture and Urbanism Studio, founded by Josep Miás in 2000, known for both its innovative experimental projects and its practice combining sustainable technology, innovative manufacturing and cutting edge construction practices.
Categories: Architecture

MIAS Universe

MIAS Universe

This book describes the trajectory of MIAS ARCHITCTS studio, founded in 2000.

Author: MIAS Architects

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ISBN: 163840075X

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This book describes the trajectory of MIAS ARCHITCTS studio, founded in 2000. From the first projects to the latest exhibitions held in Centre Pompidou and DHUBarcelona, the book analyzes the design processes of the office, through sketches, models and construction details that summarize their philosophy.
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Mias at Barcelona Design Museum

Mias at Barcelona Design Museum

This exhibition analyses the design processes of MIAS studio, founded by Josep Miàs in 2000.0The show proposes a route for the design process through seven concepts: Between lines, Everything could happen, Oniric spaces, Assemblage, ...

Author: Josep Miàs

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ISBN: 1638400075

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This catalogue shows the exhibition "The making of making (architecture)" by MIAS architects, exhibited at the Design Museum of Barcelona
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Richard Rogers Architects

Richard Rogers   Architects

Select Bibliography Wates Housing , Coulsdon , Surrey Architectural Design April 1965 Architectural Review January ... May 1982 Architects Journal April 1984 Centre Cultural d'Art Georges Pompidou , Paris , France The New York Times ...

Author: Richard Rogers

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ISBN: UCSD:31822005206792

Category: Architects

Page: 168

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Provides details of a wide range of projects undertaken by Richard Rogers + Partners, with description, plans adn diagrams for each project.
Categories: Architects

Masterpieces

Masterpieces

Museum Architecture, France, 1937-2014 Philip Jodidio, Laurent Le Bon, Aurélien Lemonier ... Its founding members are the French government , the Centre Pompidou , the Lorraine Region , the Metz Métropole Urban Community and the City of ...

Author: Philip Jodidio

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105215187779

Category: Architecture

Page: 239

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Categories: Architecture

Politics and the Individual in France 1930 1950

Politics and the Individual in France 1930 1950

'Femmes d'Algérie, femmes françaises, autour de Mireille Miailhe' (suppressed), should have complemented Christian Derouet's text on Taslitzky (which occasioned the artist's donation to the Centre Pompidou).

Author: Jessica Wardhaugh

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351553810

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 170

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The crises and conflicts of mid-century Europe highlight the fragility of individual life and commitment. Yet this was a time at which individuals engaged in politics on an unprecedented scale, whether in movements, parties and street politics, through culture, or by the choices confronted in war and occupation. Focusing on France, and bringing together historians of politics, literature, philosophy, art, and film, this volume sheds new light on the imagination and experience of the political individual in the age of the masses. From a controversial art exhibition on Algeria to the private diary of a Jewish lawyer in Occupied Paris, these case studies illuminate the specificities of French ideas and experiences in mid-century Europe. They also contribute to a deeper understanding of memory, agency, and responsibility in times of crisis.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

International Architects

International Architects

Winner of Centre Pompidou International 1 million sq ft Cultural Centre in Paris 1971 . ... R. Rodda , MCIOB , MIAS Robinson , DH PO Box 91195 , Auckland Park 2006 , Johannesburg , Transvaal , RSA Tel : 726-4397 / 8 Partner ( s ) : D.H. ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015011969337

Category: Architects

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Architectural Regionalism

Architectural Regionalism

The Concept of Regionalism / Alan Colquhoun 1 C.f. Guiliano Gresleri, “Vers une Architecture Classique,” in Jacques Lucan, ed., Le Corbusier, Une Encyclopedie (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1987). 2 C.f. Mary McLeod, “Le Corbusier in ...

Author: Vincent B. Canizaro

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9781616890803

Category: Architecture

Page: 496

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In this rapidly globalizing world, any investigation of architecture inevitably leads to considerations of regionalism. But despite its omnipresence in contemporary practice and theory, architectural regionalism remains a fluid concept, its historical development and current influence largely undocumented. This comprehensive reader brings together over 40 key essays illustrating the full range of ideas embodied by the term. Authored by important critics, historians, and architects such as Kenneth Frampton, Lewis Mumford, Sigfried Giedion, and Alan Colquhoun, Architectural Regionalism represents the history of regionalist thinking in architecture from the early twentieth century to today.
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Modern France

Modern France

... 1989), and the Centre Pompidou-Metz (Shigeru Ban, 2010), other major commissions have gone to French architects. ... Arnaud Desplechin, Julia Ducourneau, Mia Hansen-Løve, Michel Hazanavicius, François Ozon, and Céline Sciamma.

Author: Michael F. Leruth

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440855498

Category: Social Science

Page: 540

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France is the country most visited by international tourists. Aside from clichéd images of baguettes and the Eiffel Tower, however, what is French society and culture really like? Modern France is organized into thematic chapters covering the full range of French history and contemporary daily life. Chapter topics include: geography; history; government and politics; economy; religion and thought; social classes and ethnicity; gender, marriage, and sexuality; education; language; etiquette; literature and drama; art and architecture; music and dance; food; leisure and sports; and media and popular culture. Each chapter contains an overview of the topic and alphabetized entries on examples of each theme. A detailed historical timeline covers prehistoric times to the presidency of Emmanuel Macron. Special appendices offer profiles of a typical day in the life of representative members of French society, a glossary, key facts and figures about France, and a holiday chart. The volume will be useful for readers looking for specific topical information and for those who want to develop an informed perspective on aspects of modern France.
Categories: Social Science