If you are a fan of Hans Hollein then we have the book for you. Edited by Peter Weibel, this large format book gives you a vivid and detailed look at the 1985 Pritzker Prize recipient’s work. Hollein, an Austrian trained architect, did everything from architecture to design and art. Hollein said, “architects have to stop thinking in terms of buildings only.” The book describes Hollein as the universal artist who “has transposed the machine-based architecture and art of modernity into the era of media-based communication and information technology.” The large photographs featured in this publication make for a great for a coffee table book, and yet the depth and breadth of his work can spur much more interesting conversation than the average coffee table book.
009 Peter Weibel 022 Hans Hollein 111 Art Installation Exhibitions 383 Design 413 Biography 416 Catalog 420 Imprint
Hardcover: 420 pages Publisher: Hatje Cantz (April 30, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 3775732578 ISBN-13: 978-3775732574 Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 11 x 1.6 inches