AV Monografías 241-242: Tadao Ando

AV Monografías 241-242: Tadao Ando

AV Monografías 241-242: Tadao Ando

27/05/2022


Former boxer and a self-taught architect, Tadao Ando (Osaka, Japan, 1941) is considered to be one of the masters of contemporary architecture. Monumental, abstract, and essential, his extensive oeuvre – with over three hundred completed buildings – is defined by the use of stringent geometries, simple materials, and scenographic lighting. After introductions by Kenneth Frampton and Luis Fernández-Galiano, AV Monographs 241-242 presents a selection of 35 works arranged in a detailed chronological journey, and which take stock of the existential serenity and connection with nature that characterizes the oeuvre of the Japanese master.

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