PUBLISHERS OF ARCHITECTURE, ART, DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY

Ennead Profile Series 6- Boxset

Ennead Architects

$40.00

The Profile Series is comprised of books on single buildings, which together communicate the firm's sensibilities. Corresponding to Ennead Architects' philosophy of creating a singular and appropriate response to the particular program, site, and clients conditions, each book is a distinct reflection of the individual building and its makers.

Specifications

SKU:
90310
Size: 
7.5 x 9.25"
Pages: 
350pp
Binding: 
boxset/slipcased/casebound
Publication date: 
February 2013
ISBN: 
978-1-935935-68-1
Rights world: 
Available
Overview: 

The Profile Series is comprised of books on single buildings, which together communicate the firm's sensibilities. Corresponding to Ennead Architects' philosophy of creating a singular and appropriate response to the particular program, site, and clients conditions, each book is, itself, a distinct reflection of the individual building and its makers.

The Designer of the building is deeply involved in the book's design and evolution: the building is translated, shared, and re-explored for the reader from the intimate perspective of the architect who designed it. The result is a presentation of architecture that is fresh, at times messy, and never didactic.

Profile Series 6:

Natural History Museum of Utah, New York City Center Renovation, Stanford Law School--Neukom Building, Westchester Community College

About the author: 

In June 2010, the partners of Polshek Partnership changed the name of their firm to Ennead Architects. Known for powerful building designs for cultural, educational, scientific and not-for-profit institutions, Ennead Architects is a 150-person New York City firm. Projects have been published internationally and recognized with numerous awards for design excellence. The firm’s research-based design process sponsors the creation of signature building designs that are expressive of an institution’s philosophy and vision and address each project’s unique programmatic, technical, aesthetic and environmental issues.