Treacherous Transparencies by Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron
Treacherous Transparencies by Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron
Treacherous Transparencies by Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron
Treacherous Transparencies by Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron
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Treacherous Transparencies by Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron

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AUTHORS
Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron

SIZE
14 x 20 cm / 5.5 x 7.8 in.

ILLUSTRATIONS
Color & Black and White

COVER
HardCover (English Edition)

PAGES
96

PUBLICATION DATE
June 2016


Thoughts and Observations Triggered by a Visit to Farnsworth House
Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron

Treacherous Transparencies analyzes transparency as expressed in architecture and art in an attempt to understand the intentions and objectives that underlie its use by pertinent architects and artists.
The publication looks at a few important works by selected artists and architects who work with transparency as an artistic strategy, which they implement primarily by using glass and mirrors but other media as well. The architects and artists listed together in this context form an unlikely alliance: Bruno Taut, Ivan Leonidov, Marcel Duchamp, Mies van der Rohe, Dan Graham, and Gerhard Richter. But they do have something in common: their work marks salient way stations in the story of modernism up to the present day.
Published in the context of the inaugural Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP). Launch of the publication series by the inaugural MCHAP award winners Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron for their project 1111 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach.