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Paul Andreu

Paul Andreu

By (author) Stéphanie Quantin-Biancalani
By (author) Antoine Picon
By (author) Yann Rocher
By (author) Nathalie Rozeau
By (author) Françoise Ged


Publishing 8th Jul 2024
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    • A monograph on Paul Andreu (1938-2018), a major figure on the international architectural scene in the second half of the 20th century
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    Paul Andreu (1938-2018) is a major figure on the international architectural scene in the second half of the 20th century. He left his mark on airport architecture not only during his long career with Aéroports de Paris, but also with his work in Asia, in Japan and China, where he was one of the first French architects to make his mark, with the Kansai airport in 1988 and the Beijing opera house, inaugurated in 2007. Founded on a constant demand for functionality and technical rationality, the work of this architect and engineer is rooted in the notion of threshold, passage and transformation, bringing into play fundamental principles: earth and sky, East and West, thought and matter. This monograph is amply illustrated with sumptuous archive photographs and contemporary views, as well as drawings from 69 sketchbooks recently donated to the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine.

    Text in French.

    About the Author

    Stéphanie Quantin-Biancalani (dir.) is head curator of heritage at the musée des Monuments français/Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine. She was the curator of the Jean Tschumi exhibition (Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine, 2021).

    Editions Norma
    Publish date
    8th Jul 2024
    World excluding Southern, Central and Northern Europe
    280 mm x 200 mm
    272 Pages
    150 color, 150 b&w
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