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Old Buildings, New Designs / Charles Blosziers

It is hard not to want to pick up this book and start reading with the project displayed on the front cover. Fantastic! This book grapples with the issue of how to marry old buildings with new design. The book offers a wide range of projects that should challenge architects and planners working at any scale. The text is tremendously accessible while being sophistically insightful.

Check out some of the projects featured in this book that we have also featured: Dovecote Studio, Walden Studios, Hutong Bubble 32, Guru Bar, Ozuluama Penthouse,   II Forte di Fortezza, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Moderna Museet Malmo, Hearst Tower, California College of the Arts,  and Hotel Fouquet’s Barriere.

007 Foreward, Hugh Hardy, FAIA 011 Preface 014 Chapter 1: Old Buildings 026 Chapter 2: Sustainable Urban Environments 038 Chapter 3: Design Propositions 048 Chapter 4: Project Execution 062 Chapter 5: Case Studies 067 Small Interventions 085 Major Additions 119 Repurposed Buildings 131 Nature of the Above 138 Afterword 140 Notes 143 Acknowledgments

Paperback: 144 pages Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press (November 2, 2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 1616890355 ISBN-13: 978-1616890353

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