Eric Owen MossEric Owen Moss



Provides in-depth analysis of Eric Owen Moss' philosophical and engineered solutions to architecture and design, often representing paradigm shifts in focus The work of Eric Owen Moss Architects is about "making it new," and the aspiration ...

Author: Eric Owen Moss

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ISBN: 1864707135

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* Provides in-depth analysis of Eric Owen Moss' philosophical and engineered solutions to architecture and design, often representing paradigm shifts in focus* Covers projects from around the world, including China, Finland, United States, Russia, Mexico and across Europe* Traces the forty-year career of this prolific industry leader, and presents works with detailed descriptions, accompanied by sketches, diagrams, plans and photographs in full color throughoutThe work of Eric Owen Moss Architects is about "making it new," and the aspiration to uncover new ways to think, to feel, to see, and to understand architecture and this essential concept is the departure point for Eric Owen Moss Architects. This firm's oeuvre is underscored by its unique approach to design, which is that it's convinced the world renews itself, and that architecture has the capacity to offer alternative venues as human affairs continue to be re-imagined.Showcasing highly illustrated and richly photographed works, this volume illuminates how Eric Owen Architects avoids traditional organisation strategies, standardised design solutions, and any notion of architecture as simply a repetitive style. This book delves into how the firm is fascinated both by individual buildings, and that evolving inter-relationship between building and city, and the interrogation of that urban/building exchange in a search/research of alternative design tactics, methods, and techniques that will obligate and modify both building and city. Spanning four decades, Eric Owen Moss Architects has designed a variety of award-winning buildings that continue to re-shape the discourse of international architecture. The Eric Owen Moss office works across a range of typologies and continues to educate through prolific engagement, including master planning, building designs, exhibits, lectures, publications, and teaching around the world.

Architecture and BeautyArchitecture and Beauty



Offering up rare and often highly personal insights into the minds of today’s most progressive and high-profile architects, the book is lusciously illustrated with the works that the architects discuss.

Author: Yael Reisner

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 0470997842

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Page: 264

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Beauty provides the dynamic catalyst for sixteen very charged and individual discussions about architecture and design. Based on a series of interviews by Yael Reisner, Architecture and Beauty has been developed into sixteen individual chapter/portraits, written up by Fleur Watson, that eloquently recount the thoughts of some of the world’s most creative designers. Each interviewee candidly expresses their beliefs and experiences and espouses their own distinctive position on aesthetics. Offering up rare and often highly personal insights into the minds of today’s most progressive and high-profile architects, the book is lusciously illustrated with the works that the architects discuss. Featured architects: Will Alsop, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Peter Cook, Odile Decq, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Zvi Hecker, Mark Goulthorpe, Kolatan/MacDonald Studio, Greg Lynn, Tom Mayne, Juhani Pallasmaa, Gaetano Pesce, Eric Owen Moss, Wolf Prix and Lebbeus Woods.

A New World Trade CenterA New World Trade Center



Prominent architects offer proposals and drawings of projects for the World Trade Center site that emphasize the symbolic role of architecture and the relationship between buildings and their contexts.

Author: Max Protetch

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780060520168

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Page: 147

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Prominent architects offer proposals and drawings of projects for the World Trade Center site that emphasize the symbolic role of architecture and the relationship between buildings and their contexts.

HavanaHavana



The projects were made by several leading world avant - garde architects : the ... Eric Owen Moss , and Lebbeus Woods ; and the Spaniard Carme Pinós .

Author: Joseph L. Scarpaci

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 0807853690

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Page: 437

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Newly revised and redesigned, this book assesses nearly 500 years of urban development and planning in Havana, paying particular attention to the city's rich blend of Spanish-Cuban-Latin American-North American architecture and design.

Rethinking Reinterpreting and Restructuring Composite CitiesRethinking Reinterpreting and Restructuring Composite Cities



Three renowned architects from the United States, Netherlands, and Turkey (Eric Owen Moss - FAIA, the principal and lead designer of Eric Owen Moss ...

Author: Gülsün Sağlamer

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781527505117

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Page: 355

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Developments in science and technology, demand-driven education and practices, climate change, the gradual decrease in natural resources, and economic constraints all combine to drive increased interest in research in architecture and urbanism at EU levels. In light of this, the EURAU conferences were initiated in 2004 to create a platform for researchers to share their own research outputs and knowledge, and to discuss problems emerging in architecture and urbanism with a view to develop solutions. This book brings together 19 selected papers delivered at the EURAU2014 Istanbul “Composite Cities” Conference, the primary aim of which was to provide a medium in which the complex relationships between urban form and urban experience could be discussed. The conference did this by examining four composite characters of today’s cities: the hybrid city, the morphed city, the fragmented city and the mutated city. The volume addresses the importance of research on the complexity of today’s cities, cities that are transforming on various levels from local to global, while also shedding light on new models of urbanism discussed together with new decision-making actors.

New Architecture and TechnologyNew Architecture and Technology



Whilst deconstructivism never attained dominance amongst architectural styles, ... It is typical that Philip Johnson referred to Eric Owen Moss, ...

Author: Gyula Sebestyen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136376931

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Page: 180

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Many books have covered the topics of architecture, materials and technology. 'New Architecture and Technology' is the first to explore the interrelation between these three subjects. It illustrates the impact of modern technology and materials on architecture. The book explores the technical progress of building showing how developments, both past and present, are influenced by design methods. It provides a survey of contemporary architecture, as affected by construction technology. It also explores aspects of building technology within the context of general industrial, social and economic developments. The reader will acquire a vocabulary covering the entire range of structure types and learn a new approach to understanding the development of design.

Eric Owen MossEric Owen Moss



The Uncertainty of Doing Paola Giaconia, Eric Owen Moss, Moretti Srl ... in search of an architecture expressive of the fact that the world is not the way ...

Author: Paola Giaconia

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ISBN: UOM:39015064942819

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Page: 239

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During the last decade Eric Owen Moss built a critical fortune with a series of elaborations of the de-constructivist theories of the 1990s. Considered one of the most innovative North American architects working today, Eric Owen Moss is known for reinventing spaces for commercial uses and performing arts facilities. Moss plans have breathed new life into marginal urban Los Angeles areas such as his celebrated sequence of buildings in Culver City's Hayden Tract.This monograph features 250 illustrations-including the Wedgewood Holly Complex, the Beehive and the Box. Eric Owen Moss opened his office in Los Angeles in 1973. In addition to practicing, he has held professorial chairs at Yale, Harvard, and his current position is at the Southern California Institute of Architecture.

The Rough Guide to CaliforniaThe Rough Guide to California



... and design exhibitions , from the work of famous modernists like John Cage and Eric Owen Moss to lesser known photographers , artists , and architects ...

Author: Rough Guides

Publisher: Rough Guides

ISBN: 184353049X

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Page: 857

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An illustrated guide that covers urban hotspots such as San Francisco and LA to the natural beauty of the Yosemite National Park and the Lake Tahoe area. Camping and hiking information in Sequoia, Death Valley and the other great National Parks is included as well as the highlights of the east - Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Hotel and restaurant details are given to suit all budgets together with the lowdown on the coolest (or, failing that, the most interesting) clubs and bars. Comprehensive contexts sections featuring the best books and movies on California, as well as extracts from two best-selling authors are also included.

Los Angeles MagazineLos Angeles Magazine



... original drawings by famous architects such as Ray Kappe, Michael Rotondi, Neil Denari, Thorn Mayne and Eric Owen Moss. Call for time. Admission, free.

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Los Angeles magazine is a regional magazine of national stature. Our combination of award-winning feature writing, investigative reporting, service journalism, and design covers the people, lifestyle, culture, entertainment, fashion, art and architecture, and news that define Southern California. Started in the spring of 1961, Los Angeles magazine has been addressing the needs and interests of our region for 48 years. The magazine continues to be the definitive resource for an affluent population that is intensely interested in a lifestyle that is uniquely Southern Californian.

OverdriveOverdrive



architect in the world. ... Thom Mayne and Eric Owen Moss, in interviews conducted as part of the L.A. oral history project of California Polytechnic State ...

Author: Wim de Wit

Publisher: Getty Publications

ISBN: 9781606061282

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Page: 301

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From 1940 to 1990, Los Angeles rapidly evolved into one of the most populous and influential industrial, economic, and creative capitals in the world. During this era, the region was transformed into a laboratory for cutting-edge architecture. Overdrive: L. A. Constructs the Future, 1940–1990 examines these experiments and their impact on modern design, reframes the perceptions of Los Angeles's dynamic built environment, and amplifies the exploration of the city's vibrant architectural legacy. The drawings, models, and images highlighted in the Overdrive exhibition and catalogue reveal the complex and often underappreciated facets of Los Angeles and illustrate how the metropolis became an internationally recognized destination with a unique design vocabulary, canonical landmarks, and a coveted lifestyle. This investigation builds upon the groundbreaking work of generations of historians, theorists, curators, critics, and activists who have researched and expounded upon the development of Los Angeles. In this volume, thought-provoking essays shed more light on the exhibition's narratives, including Los Angeles's physical landscape, the rise of modernism, the region's influential residential architecture, its buildings for commerce and transportation, and architects' pioneering uses of bold forms, advanced materials, and new technologies. Los Angeles's ability to facilitate change, experiment, recalibrate, and forge ahead is one of its greatest strengths. Future generations are destined to harness the region's enviable resources to create new layers of architectural innovations. The related exhibition will be held at the J. Paul Getty Museum from April 9 to July 21, 2013.

Architecture in MotionArchitecture in Motion



The history and development of portable building Robert Kronenburg ... Hejduk at the Cooper Union, New York; Neil Denari and Eric Owen Moss at SCI-Arch, ...

Author: Robert Kronenburg

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136704451

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The idea that architecture can be portable is one that grabs the imagination of both designers and the people who use it, perhaps because it so often forecasts a dynamic and creative solution to the complex problems of our contemporary mobile society, while at the same time dealing with issues of practicality, economy and sustainability. Architecture in Motion examines the development of portable, transportable, demountable and temporary architecture from prehistory to the present day. From familiar vernacular models such as the tent, mobile home and houseboat, to ambitious developments in military and construction engineering, all aspects of portable building are considered. Building on his earlier works Portable Architecture and Houses in Motion, Robert Kronenburg compares traditional forms of building, current commercial products and the work of innovative designers, and examines key contemporary portable buildings to reveal surprising, exciting and imaginative examples. He explores the philosophical and technological issues raised by these experimental and futuristic prototypes. By understanding the nature of transitory architecture, a new ecologically aware design strategy can be developed to prioritise buildings that 'tread lightly on the earth' and still convey the sense of identity and community necessary for an established responsible society. This book provides a unique insight into this pivotal field of design.

A History Of Russia Volume 2A History Of Russia Volume 2



The best example was the reconstructed Constantine Palace, ... But when St. Petersburg residents heard that Los Angeles architect Eric Owen Moss had ...

Author: Walter G. Moss

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781843310341

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Page: 667

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Moss’s engaging historical account includes full treatment of politics, economics, foreign affairs and wars, and also of everyday life, women, legal developments, religion, literature, art and popular culture. Fully revised, including new text and illustrations

Rural ModernRural Modern



He has become a seminal figure in the architectural world of the southeast, ... contemporaries like Frank Gehry and Eric Owen Moss, all Californians.

Author: Russell Abraham ASMP

Publisher: Images Publishing

ISBN: 9781864704877

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Page: 240

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... Modernism & Portfolio of Projects by Leading Japanese Architects ( Toyo Ito ... Fumihiko Maki , Eric Owen Moss -PHOTOS - DRAWINGS Architectural Review ...

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Architects of the WorldArchitects of the World



Lawson House 1992 The concept of mutability provides Moss ' point of departure for research in his work ... In 1975 , he set up Eric Owen Moss Architects .

Author: Francisco Asensio Cerver

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN: UOM:39015048740628

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An homage to great representatives of international modern architecture, this edition analyzes their best works of the past five years on five continents.