Critical WorksBook - 2006
This book of critical thought analyzes Arthur Erickson 's best work and situates it as a distinctive body of ideas within the mainstream of international architecture in the last half of the twentieth century.
Nicholas Olsberg draws on Erickson's own discussion of ideas to present a thoughtful and illuminating reassessment of his most important work. Ricardo Castro's photography captures essential passages of the works as they have matured into their settings. Archival photographs, study models, drawings, and plans show how the designs evolved and their intent was conveyed. Essays by Edward Dimendberg, Laurent Stalder, and Georges Teyssot add an international and critical context.
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