Places for Strangers
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- This is the first book on mae Architect's philosophy, vision and work, presented in an unconventional mix of essays, conversation and images
- mae Architects is an up-and-coming British firm demonstrating an innovative, fresh approach to a diverse range of projects
Full Descriptionmae Architects is an ambitious design led practice delivering high quality architecture, landscape and urban design. Established in 2001 and based in London, they have designed award-winning projects, mainly in the UK but also for in Copenhagen and Oslo, receiving extensive publicity and recognition. Places for Strangers illustrates a set of negotiated principles and creative attitudes that encompass mae Architects project portfolio, establishing their design work as exciting and innovative. This volume is a contemporary examination of the creative process; it is part manifesto, part manual and comprises texts written for newspapers and architectural journals facilitate discussion by illustrating the socio-political, ethical and formal concerns that need to be considered in architectural production today. Several of the firms's projects are used to illustrate 'key' concepts and ideas that run as a continuous thread throughout.
- Park Books
- 11th Jun 2014
- Paperback / softback
- World excluding Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, United States, Canada, and Japan
- 250 mm x 150 mm
- 208 Pages
- 20 color, 40 b&w