Книги издательства Black Dog publishing
The Pritzker Prize is the most prestigious international prize for architecture. Architect includes all 42 recipients of the Pritzker Prize, and captures in pictures and their own words their awe-inspiring achievements. Organized in reverse chronological order by laureate each chapter features four to six of the architect's major works, including museums, libraries, hotels, places of worship, and more. The text, culled from notebooks, interviews, articles, and speeches illuminates the architects' influences and inspirations, personal philosophy, and aspirations for his own work and the future of architecture. The book includes More than 1000 stunning photographs, blueprints, sketches, and CAD drawings. Architect offers an unprecedented view into the minds of some of the most creative thinkers, dreamers, and builders of the last three decades and reveals that buildings are political, emotional, and spiritual.
'Make, Build, Create: Sculpture Projects for Children' is an easy to follow, beautifully illustrated collection of hands-on sculptural activities and projects for children. 'Make, Build, Create' provides the opportunity for children of all ages and abilities to develop their artistic abilities and fulfil an enjoyment of creating through art. Children are encouraged to explore how they might transform a wide variety of natural and man-made materials through a series of open-ended projects. Inspiration is taken from architecture, landscapes, figures, and objects in the everyday environments around us. These carefully selected activities enable children to learn sculptural techniques such as casting, carving and construction while making personal sculptural artworks. 'Make, Build, Create: Sculpture Projects for Children' has project ideas for all abilities, and encourages a playful attitude to exploring materials and sculpture. The book will appeal to children (and their parents!) aged 6 upwards wanting new projects to try at home, and also to teachers and facilitators for use in a more formal education setting.