From There to Here

David Hansen Architect

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SpecificationsISBN: 978-1-943532-95-7 Binding: Hard Bound Pages: 300pp Publication Date: Spring 2020 Size: 9.5″ x 9.5″ Square World Rights: Available

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This second monograph represents circumstances and projects, which have occurred beyond the span of Hansen’s original monograph. Through sketches, diagrams, rendering, photographs and narratives, this book portrays the criteria and conceptual thinking that was primary in finding an inclusive architectural solution for a diverse selection of projects. Though, Hansen has always attempted to create a comprehensive matrix of interrelated design criteria on his client’s vision, site, context, sustainability, climate, culture and tradition, some issues must be weighted above others. And sometimes, a story must be told that is inexorably tied to the essence of the land or building. These commentaries can even provide deeper meaning than the determinants of the building themselves.

Dar is the founding company of the Dar Group, an international consortium of professional service firms. Through its 18,000 staff members, Dar Group assists clients in over 100 countries around the world. Dedicated to planning, designing, engineering, and project managing facilities, installations and structures, Dar Group further contributes to the sustainable advance of communities worldwide. With its principal offices in Beirut, Cairo, London, Pune, Amman, Chicago, San Francisco, Taipei, Singapore, Paris, Cincinnati, Linz, St Louis, Johannesburg, Solagna, Oakland, and Barcelona.

David Hansen, FAIA, LEED AP, is an award-winning Architect whose extensive experience has been emphasized in worldwide corporate, commercial, institutional, hospitality, airports, transportation, healthcare and mixed-use projects. Known in the industry as a skilled authority in master planning and design, his talent has been sought globally and has spearheaded over 52 million square feet of market and institutional facilities in just the past 10 years alone.

ISBN

978-1-943532-95-7

Binding

Hard Bound

Pages

300pp

Publication date

Spring 2020

Size

9.5" x 9.5" Square

World rights