China National Theater Work Begins
BEIJING (AP) -- China began work on a futuristic and controversial 6,200-seat national theater Saturday, 42 years after then-Premier Zhou Enlai proposed the idea.
Christian de Portzamparc
Christian de Portzamparc est ne le 5 mai 1944 a Casablanca au Maroc, il a passe sa jeunesse a Rennes.
Christian de Portzamparc, Architect, Buildings
Christian de Portzamparc, Architecte francais, Photos, Building - French projects
Christian de Portzamparc - Great Buildings
Portzamparc studied architecture at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris form 1962 to 1969, first under Eugene Beaudouin, a formal expressionist, and then under George Candilis who emphasized systematic design.
Christian de Portzamparc - pritzkerprize
Christian de Portzamparc will be celebrating his fiftieth birthday on May 5 (1994), an anniversary that will be made even more memorable by the fact that he has just been named the 1994 Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate.
An Introduction for Object-Oriented Designers
Christopher Alexander, Doors 2
Though I've asked several people, I haven't been able to determine the cross-section of participants in this congress. But I've gathered that very few of you are in the same business as me--an architect and a general contractor.
бюро, architecture, дизайн
Stainless steel metal ornamented top. Automobile-derived ornamental details. Elegant lobby.
Chrysler Building - BUILDING BIG: Databank
In the summer of 1929, a "race for the sky" broke out on the island of Manhattan. Automobile tycoon Walter Chrysler battled Wall Street powerhouse Bank of Manhattan Trust Company ...
Chrysler Building Landmark
77 floors, 319.5m (1048 feet) high, 29961 tons of steel, 3,826,000 bricks, near 5000 windows. Cost: $ 20,000,000
Chrysler Building, New York City
For Walter P. Chrysler, from the car manufacturer, building the tallest building in the world was a status symbol. The Chrysler building was in a race with the Bank of Manhattan for obtaining the title of tallest building in the world.
Chrysler Building, New York City | Emporis.com
This was the tallest building in the world from 1930 to 1931, when it was surpassed by the Empire State Building. It is still the tallest brick building in the world.