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Paola Viganò – Les territoires de l'urbanisme
296 pages, 170 x 240 mm, 150 images, plans, en couleur, français
L'ouvrage de Paola Viganò combine, dans un montage théorique serré, des réflexions sur quelques thèmes de l'urbanisme contemporain (porosité, isotropie, etc.); les projets que l'auteur a développés pour certaines villes et territoires spécifiques; des analyses «techniquement pertinentes» de projets et de théories de l'architecture et de l'urbanisme du XXe siècle; finalement, plusieurs explorations méthodologiques dans le domaine de la description du territoire et de l'élaboration de «scénarios». Les territoires de l'urbanisme traite ainsi de la possibilité de produire une connaissance par le projet urbain et territorial. Après la crise de l'expertise et dans une période de marginalisation et de simplification progressives des pratiques architecturales, cet ouvrage s'engage dans une voie de refondation disciplinaire par l'attention qu'il porte au statut épistémologique du projet.

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Bernardo Secchi et Paola Viganò: La Ville poreuse
296 pages, 170 x 240 mm, entièrement couleur, français
La porosité est une notion déterminante pour penser la ville contemporaine. Elle s’inscrit dans une conception renouvelée de la mobilité, qui enchevêtre les dimensions sociale et physique. Comprise comme une métaphore, elle sert à penser l’adaptabilité et la stratification des tissus, des eaux, de la végétation et des dynamiques de la nature. La ville poreuse est né de la réflexion menée par Bernardo Secchi et Paola Viganò sur le Grand Paris et la métropole de l’après-Kyoto, à partir de la mission de recherche et projet lancée par la Présidence de la République en 2009. L’hypothèse des auteurs est que toute métropole devra, à l'avenir, se confronter à une «nouvelle question urbaine» qui se décline en trois situations de crise, liées à la croissance progressive des inégalités sociales, à l'accroissement des risques environnementaux et à la mobilité au sens large, sur fond d’une crise économique et politique d’ampleur.

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The Medicalization of Architecture
376 pages, 16.5 × 24 cm, hardcover, English
As health becomes a central focus of political debate, are architects, urban designers, and landscape architects seeking a new moral and political agenda to address these concerns? Imperfect Health looks at the complexity of today’s health problems juxtaposed with a variety of proposed architectural and urban solutions. Essays by Margaret Campbell, David Gissen, Carla C. Keirns, and Sarah Schrank deal with different aspects of the topic of health in the context of architecture such as: “An Architectural Theory of Pollution” and “Strange Bedfellows: Tuberculosis and Modern Architecture—How ‘The Cure’ Influenced Modernist Architecture and Design.” The book is published in collaboration with the CCA, Montreal on the occasion of the exhibition Imperfect Health: The Medicalization of Architecture, curated by Giovanna Borasi, CCA Curator of Contemporary Architecture, and Mirko Zardini, CCA Director and Chief Curator. With essays by Giovanna Borasi, Mirko Zardini, Carla C. Keirns, David Gissen, Margaret Campbell, Hilary Sample, Nan Ellin, Linda Pollak, Deane Simpson and Sarah Schrank.

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Closer to God – 240 pages (English)
Closer to God is a unique collection of international examples of sacred spaces of all denominations that were built in the last few years. Whether churches, synagogues, mosques, temple complexes, or other contemplative places for meditation and reflection, the architecture highlighted in this book ranks among the most exciting of our time.

This book presents striking proof that contemporary religious structures are no longer bound by predominant styles. Rather, the explicitly expressive architectural language of sacred spaces at the start of the twenty-first century is shaped equally by respect for established traditions and forays into the visuality of the future.

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Eat Out! – 288 pages (English)
Eat Out! features international locations, concepts, and designers that deal with the world of food in a timely and surprising way. On the one hand, the book sheds light on current trends and future developments in restaurant design. It presents an extensive selection of locations with a design spectrum varying from glamorous to minimalist, from romantic to high-tech. On the other hand, Eat Out! examines in detail the different concepts that this variety of restaurants uses to create unique dining experiences. It also documents unconventional events and installations in which shared food experiences are created by eating together in extraordinary places or by unusual serving methods.

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Desire – 280 pages (English)
Design in the 21st Century has liberated itself from industrial conditions and the associated physical demands. With new technology, expanded choice of materials and the practice of luxurious craftsmanship, designers are embracing design with scintillating attitude, challenging aesthetic boundaries and speculating new expressions in visual codes. Desire documents current developments in furniture and object design today, showcasing recent work by the most exciting and influential designers from around the globe.

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The Design Hotels™ Book – 424 pages (English)
The 2010 edition of The Design Hotels™ Book is a comprehensive overview of the most original design hotels worldwide that provides insight into trends and developments in hospitality design. In addition to presenting 170 spectacular hotels from around the world, the book showcases 10 of the people behind them. As authentic, innovative, and visionary as the spaces they have created, these individuals tell compelling behind-the-scenes stories of their work on hotels that are setting new standards in high-end hospitality.

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Wonderwall – 256 pages (English)
he internationally renowned interior and retail designer Masamichi Katayama is synonymous with exquisite quality and applies his distinctive trademark showmanship to create visionary retail environments. This publication introduces over forty recent projects with an extraordinary selection of interior designs for boutiques and retail outlets from high-end luxury spaces to mega stores in the world’s most trendsetting cities.

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Grand Stand 2 – Deux volumes, 568 pages (English)
rand Stand 2 is the definitive resource on contemporary stand design worldwide. This double-volume publication, presents nearly 200 show-stopping brand and corporate fair presentations, scales ranging from small to large, with stunning photography accompanied by commentary including company profiles as well as information about the designers.

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