Gathering: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

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$60.00  $55.20
Publisher
Oro Editions
Publish Date
March 03, 2020
Pages
344
Dimensions
7.6 X 1.4 X 10.5 inches | 3.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781943532186
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About the Author

Sam Lubell is a writer based in New York. He has written nine books about architecture for Phaidon, Rizzoli, Metropolis Books and Monacelli Press. He is a Contributing Editor at The Architect's Newspaper and writes for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Wired, Metropolis, The Atlantic, Architectural Record, Architect Magazine, Contract, Architectural Review and other publications. He co-curated the exhibition Never Built New York, at the Queens Museum, and the shows Never Built Los Angeles and Shelter: Rethinking How We Live in Los Angeles at the A+D Architecture and Design Museum > Los Angeles.
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson is a network of studios around the country united by a singular purpose - to design buildings that inspire connection and wonder in every person who experiences them. By understanding the nature of place, materials, and people, the firm's work reveals a timeless yet specific architecture through bold moves and obsessive details. Since its inception, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has received hundres design awards, including ten AIA National Honor Awards and four AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top Ten Awards. In 1994, the firm received the American Institute of Architects Architecture Firm Award, which is the highest honor the institute can bestow on a firm. Since 1965, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has received more than 600 design awards, including nine AIA National Honor Awards and three AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top Ten Green Projects. In 1994, the firm received the American Institute of Architects Architecture Firm Award and in 2010, Peter Bohlin was awarded the Gold Medal by the American Institute of Architects, the highest honor an individual American architect can receive.