Ô Wood í Download by ↠´ William Hall

Ô Wood í Download by ↠´ William Hall This is a beautiful book Less a compendium or technical treatise than a bit of eye candy for Wood lovers in the architecture and design worlds.
Purchased for a fifth year anniversary.
they loved it Wood HmmmShould be called houses.
This is a beautiful book Less a compendium or technical treatise than a bit of eye candy for Wood lovers in the architecture and design worlds.
Nice coffee table book with tons of interesting pics details on Wood architecture Given as a gift it was well received.



Bought this for my Dad for Christmas He loved it, and was fascinated with the content Excellent photography.
As with his other books on brick and concrete, William Hall has produced a visually stunning collections of photographs of structures which are clad in Wood.
The famous architect, Louis Khan, has been quoted as asking himself the question, What does a brick want to be from which he developed his philosophy of architecture based on the physical attributes of construction materials By contrast, this book does quite the opposite It shows the creative possibilities of pure geometric forms As with Concrete and Brick, most of these structures could have been built equally successfully used any of these materials Thus, the essence of this book is not Wood, per se, but the creative possibilities in which Wood is literally and figuratively, bent to the will of the designer.
If one does not take this book too seriously, it is a delight for the eyes and a joy to the soul.
Wood HmmmShould be called houses.
As with his other books on brick and concrete, William Hall has produced a visually stunning collections of photographs of structures which are clad in Wood.
The famous architect, Louis Khan, has been quoted as asking himself the question, What does a brick want to be from which he developed his philosophy of architecture based on the physical attributes of construction materials By contrast, this book does quite the opposite It shows the creative possibilities of pure geometric forms As with Concrete and Brick, most of these structures could have been built equally successfully used any of these materials Thus, the essence of this book is not Wood, per se, but the creative possibilities in which Wood is literally and figurat Wood Is A Fresh, Insightful And Surprising Look At The World S Best Timber ArchitectureWith Structures From The Last , Years, Wood Features Projects From Some Of The World S Most Celebrated Architects Renzo Piano S Otherworldly New Caledonian Cultural Centre Is Found Alongside Projects From Tadao Ando And Peter Zumthor Even The Work Of Le Corbusier, An Architect Best Known For His Work In Concrete, Is Shown His Humble Mediterranean Log Cabin, Le Cabanon, Was His Last HomeArranged To Promote Comparison And Discussion, The Selected Projects Take The Reader On A Global Tour Of Inspiring And Intriguing Structures A Vietnamese Village Hall Sits Beside A State Of The Art Belgian Laboratory, An Italian Anatomical Theatre Alongside A Luxurious Canadian Sauna And An Onion Domed Russian Church Next To A Fortified Japanese CastleIllustrated With Extraordinary Photographs, Each Project Includes An Extended Caption Providing An Insightful Commentary On The BuildingAn Essay By The Bestselling Author And Naturalist Richard Mabey Explores The Close Relationship Between Trees And ArchitectureFollowing The Popularity Of Concrete And Brick, Wood Is A Beautiful And Informative Visual Exploration Of A Natural Material That Harbours An Extraordinary Range Of Expression And Potential And Has Inspired Architects For Generations

William Hall

Ô Wood í Download by ↠´ William Hall Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Wood book, this is one of the most wanted William Hall author readers around the world.