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El Croquis 133
59,95 €

As an architect and artist Juan Navarro Baldeweg is not only a multi-faceted talent but also one of the most highly acclaimed Spanish architects living today.
El Croquis provides a survey of fifteen buildings and projects produced over the last decade which includes the Museum of the Altamira Prehistoric Caves and the extensions for the Reina Sofia National Art Museum.
All projects are extensively documented with full page photographs, plans, elevations and explanatory texts and accompanied by an interview with Navarro Baldeweg and an essay by William J.R. Curtis.


El Croquis 148 - Collective Experiments. Spanish Architects 2010
59,95 €

Do the workgroups featured in this publication share a national context?
Some of them (the two in Barcelona) are not headed by people who were
born in Spain nor have a Spanish nationality.
They have assistants who
have been trained at universities around the world. The architects who
head these studios are part of a minority much closer to academia and
the exceptional project than to the generic architectural market.
Almost all of them have devoted part pf their time to publications and
teaching. This issue contains works by Arquitecto VLC, Arquitectos
Paredes Pedrosa, Estudio IP, Estudio JDS, Arquitectos López Rivera, and
cero9 Amid. The introductory essay is by Andrés Jaque.



El Croquis 159 - Neutelings Riedijk 2003-2012
70,60 €

Starting with a conversation between Enrique Walker and the Dutch architects, and an introduction by Aaron Betsky this issue of El Croquis presents the buildings and projects done in the last nine years by Neutelings Riedijk. Featured are, among others, the Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, The Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) in Antwerp, the Forum for Music, Dance and Visual Culture in Ghent, the Sphinxes Lakeshore Housing and the Shipping and Transport College in Rotterdam.


4 Biography
10 A Conversation with W.J. Neutelings and J. Riedijk enrique walker
22 Plain Weirdness The Architecture of Neutelings Riedijk aaron betsky
42 'The Sphinxes' Lakeshore Housing
48 Shipping and Transport College, Rotterdam
72 Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum
100 'Walterboscomplex' Central Tax Office
130 MAS Museum aan de Stroom
154 Forum for Music, Dance and Visual Culture, Ghent
160 Holland Casino
168 Casino & Hotel, Knokke
174 Opera, Concert Hall and Grand Hotel 'Musica', Ljubljana
184 'Eemhuis' Library, Museum and Art School
192 'Valentin Yudashkin' Flagship Store
198 'Kenniscluster' Library and Art School
204 Antwerp Port Coordination Center
210 Raw Steak on the Drawing Board On Conventions and Identity in Architecture michiel riedijk


El Croquis 172 Steven Holl
80,70 €

This special issue features 25 recent projects by acclaimed American architect Steven Holl, many of them in China.
Besides his widely published Sliced Porosity Block in Chengdu, the magazine also profiles designs for the Glasgow School of Art, the Campbell Sports Centre, arts centres at Princeton University and Virginia Commonwealth University, the HEART Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, the Knut Hamsun Centre, V&A Dundee and the ecology and planning museums in Tianjin Eco-city, among others.
The issue includes a conversation with Holl and Sol Madridejos, Juan Carlos Sancho and Antón García Abril, plus an analytical essay by Thomas de Monchaux.


El Croquis 184 AMID.CERO9 MOS
65,10 €

In this instalment, the focus is on two of today's progressive practices: Spain's AMID.cero9 and New York-based MOS Architects. Featuring recent work from the past several years, plus critical essays by the architects and others, a revealing image and comparison of the two architect duos emerges.
Seven projects by AMID.cero9 are explored in depth, including the Fuente Santa Spa, Pavilion for Sharjah Biennial 11, and the Clunia Archaeological Site Visitor Centre. A variety of more than twenty projects by MOS Architects also appears, among them private homes, pavilions, mixed-use buildings, and more, including an art historian's library and Hawai's Presidential Center.


El Croquis 192: 6a architects
68 €

Established in 2001 and based in London, the office of 6a architects is headed by its founding directors, Stephanie Macdonald and Tom Emerson.
This monographic issue takes a look at their work from 2009 until the present.
Besides presenting nineteen exemplary projects, it reproduces two extensive conversations with the architects, through which readers can get a better sense of their history, education, relationship, perspectives, design concepts and methods, and much more.
Featured works include the Raven Row Contemporary Art and Exhibition Centre, V&A Fashion Galleries, HafenCity Residential Buildings, Hotel Therme Vals, South London Gallery, and more.


El Croquis 195. Carmody Groarke (2009-2018)
69,35 €

Founded in 2006 by Kevin Carmody and Andy Groarke, Carmody Groarke has developed a reputation for working internationally on a wide range of arts, cultural, heritage, and residential projects.

This issue of El Croquis offers an overview of the London-based practice's work from 2009 until the present, and includes an interview with the architects and David Chipperfield. More than 20 projects of all scales are profiled, from the Regent's Place Pavilion, West Sussex Gallery, and an artist studio in Hoxton, to an extension at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester and the British Film Institute Southbank. An essay by architecture critic Ellis Woodman rounds out the issue.

El Croquis 198: Johnston Marklee (2005-2019)
76,60 €

Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee founded the architecture firm Johnston Marklee in 1998, in Los Angeles.

They served as Artistic Directors for the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. In 2018 they were named Professors in Practice at Harvard Graduate School of Design, and Mark Lee was appointed Chair of the Architecture Department. They have also taught at major universities including Princeton University, the University of California, Los Angeles, the Technical University of Berlin, and ETH Zurich and have held the Cullinan Chair at Rice University and the Frank Gehry Chair at the University of Toronto.

Johnston Marklee's work has been exhibited internationally and is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Menil Collection, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the Architecture Museum of TU Munich.

Sharon Johnston y Mark Lee fundaron la oficina de arquitectura Johnston Marklee en 1998, en Los Ángeles.

En 2017 dirigieron la Bienal de Arquitectura de Chicago. En 2018 fueron nombrados Professors in Practice en la Escuela de Postgrado en Diseño de Harvard, y Mark Lee fue designado como Catedrático del Departamento de Arquitectura. Han impartido clases en distintas universidades, entre ellas, la Universidad de Princeton, la Universidad de California, la Uni ver sidad Técnica de Berlín, y la ETH de Zúrich, y han ocupado la Cátedra Cullinan de la Universidad de Rice y la Cátedra Frank Gehry de la Universidad de Toronto.

Su trabajo ha sido objeto de exposiciones internacionales, y es parte de la colección permanente del Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York, el Instituto de Arte de Chicago, la Colección Menil, el Museo de Arte Moderno de San Francisco, el Museo de Arte de Carnegie, y el Museo de Arquitectura de la Universidad Técnica de Múnich.

El Croquis 204: Xaveer De Geyter
El Croquis 204: Xaveer De Geyter
74,15 €

Belgian architect Xaveer de Geyter is the focus of this issue, which features a selection of projects from the past fifteen years. He began his career working with Rem Koolhaas at OMA, and started his own firm in the early 1990s. De Geyter believes architecture is about opening up possibilities: the potential of a site, the hidden opportunity of a particular situation, of a programmatic conflict. Among the featured projects are Hasselt's Z33 Museum, Sint-Lucas School of Fine Arts in Ghent, a learning and innovation centre in Brussels, and a design for the International Olympic Committee Headquarters. Includes an interview with the architect by Sarah Whiting and essay by Philip Ursprung.

The very best Works at the Turn of the Century
124 €

A selection of the most prominent works of architecture selected by El Croquis with an introduction by Juan Antonio Cortés and an essay by William Curtis.
Among the works are the Sendai Mediatheque by Toyo Ito, the Dutch Embassy in Berlin by Rem Koolhaas, the Braga Municipal Stadium by Eduardo Souto de Moura, the Prada Aoyama Epicenter by Herzog & De Meuron in Tokyo, the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art expansion by Steven Holl, the Neues Museum by David Chipperfield, the Toledo Glass Pavilion by SANAA-Sejima & Nishizawa and others.