Arquitectos a escena : escenografías y montajes de exposición en los 90 = Architects on stage ; stage and exhibition design in the 90's / Pedro Azara, Carles Guri , introducciones de Pedro Azara y Joan Roig.

by Azara, Pedro, 1955-Looking glass; Guri, Carles, 1968-; Roig, Joan, 1954-Looking glass.

Publisher: Barcelona : Editorial GG, [2000]Description: 143 pages : illustrations (some colour), plans ; 24 cm.ISBN: 8425217423; 9788425217425.Other title: Architects on stage.Subject(s): Gehry, Frank O., 1929-Looking glass | Hadid, ZahaLooking glass | Itō, Toyoo, 1941-Looking glass | Libeskind, Daniel, 1946-Looking glass | Miralles, EnricLooking glass | Nouvel, Jean, 1945-Looking glass | Pawson, John, 1949-Looking glass | Coop HimmelblauLooking glass | Exhibitions -- Design | Theater architectureLooking glass | Theaters -- Stage-setting and sceneryLooking glass | WritingsNote: Architects on stage.;
Covers extend to form two additional leaves.
Note: Includes bibliographical references. Language: Spanish and English parallel text.
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"Architects on Stage: Stage and Exhibition Design in the 90's" brings together the best and most recent stage settings and exhibition designs by architects of international prestige such as Frank Gehry, Toyo Ito, Jean Nouvel, Enric Miralles, Daniel Libeskind and Joseph Svoboda, to name a few. The works presented here constitute a broad spectrum of designs for exhibitions of architecture and urbanism, including the work of the designers themselves, for art shows and museum exhibitions, or present some specific subject through the creation of a discourse of their own, free from the need to display any particular object: stands for trade fairs, exhibition designs, ephemeral interventions in the urban space, stage designs for theatre or opera and for major music events.

Architects on stage.

Covers extend to form two additional leaves.

Includes bibliographical references.

Spanish and English parallel text.

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