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A volume full of the most recent retail spaces in the world

Retail Architecture Now! is the one place where the stars of the world of architecture, from David Adjaye to Rem Koolhaas and Zaha Hadid encounter the people who make the world of design turn, from Jurgen Bey to Tom Dixon, Ingo Maurer, or Philippe Starck. This book is full of the most recent retail spaces in the world, ranging from astonishing shopping centers by Daniel Libeskind or the young Swiss firm HHF to interactive store windows or a tiny jewel-like chocolate store in the heart of Paris. A pop-up store for Dr. Martens shoes, a unique newsstand designed for London by Thomas Heatherwick or flagship stores for the likes of Armani, Balenciaga, or Joseph are all part of what makes Retail Architecture one of the most exciting and dynamic areas of contemporary creativity. Apple computers, Uniqlo clothes, or Nike shoes can all be found here in a spirit of perfect harmony with the best that today's architecture and design can offer. Books, jewelry, fine foods and handbags are glorified and amplified by glass, steel, and the latest, most sophisticated techniques in design and branding. This is where Peter Marino meets Karl Lagerfeld, and where Yoshioka Tokujin breaths life into Hermès scarves. Ephemeral by design in many cases, Retail Architecture Now! is also the place where the makers of dreams finally find a solid home.

Featured architects and practices include:

Archtiects, David Adjaye, APA, Christian Biecher, BCJ, Campaign, Arthur Casas, Colli + Galliano, Concrete, Tom Dixon, Edith Edition, Carlos Ferrater, FOA, Massimiliano Fuksas, Gonzalez-Foerster, Zaha Hadid, Heatherwick, HHF, Sophie Hicks, Junya Ishigami, Lok Jansen, Jouin Manku, Klein Dytham, Kengo Kuma, Olivier Lempereur, Leong Leong, Daniel Libeskind, Liganova, Makkink and Bey, Mapt Associates, Peter Marino, Ingo Maurer, Richard Meier, Moatti and Rivière, OMA, PARA-Project, Puresang, Arne Quinze, Francesc Rifé, SANAA, Chikaro Ohno Sinato, Philippe Starck, Suppose Design Office, Tacklebox, Threefoldarchitects, Matteo Thun, Yoshioka Tokujin, UNStudio, Vaillo Irigary Galar, Marcel Wanders, Isay Weinfeld, Wonderwall

Featured retail facilities include:

Armani, Apple, Balenciaga, Hugo Boss, Camper, Chanel, Patrick Cox, Diesel, Droog, Dr. Martens, Fauchon, Fendi, Hermès, Derek Lam, Phillip Lim, Stella McCartney, Issey Miyake, Nike, Prada, Uniqlo, Van Cleff and Arpels, Vertu, Vodaphone, Yohji Yamamoto, YSL, Ermenegildo Zegna, and many more

Synopsis:

At the dawn of the 21st century, architecture is entering a paradigm shift; no longer can it be completely distinguished from art. This follow-up to the popular and groundbreaking book "Architecture Now!," follows the latest and most important architectural projects and trends.

Synopsis:

Retail Architecture Now! is the one place where the stars of the world of architecture, from David Adjaye to Rem Koolhaas and Zaha Hadid encounter the people who make the world of design turn, from Jurgen Bey to Tom Dixon, Ingo Maurer, or Philippe Starck. This book is full of the most recent retail spaces in the world, ranging from astonishing shopping centers by Daniel Libeskind or the young Swiss firm HHF to interactive store windows or a tiny jewel-like chocolate store in the heart of Paris. A pop-up store for Dr. Martens shoes, a unique newsstand designed for London by Thomas Heatherwick or flagship stores for the likes of Armani, Balenciaga, or Joseph are all part of what makes Retail Architecture one of the most exciting and dynamic areas of contemporary creativity. Apple computers, Uniqlo clothes, or Nike shoes can all be found here in a spirit of perfect harmony with the best that today's architecture and design can offer. Books, jewelry, fine foods and handbags are glorified and amplified by glass, steel, and the latest, most sophisticated techniques in design and branding. This is where Peter Marino meets Karl Lagerfeld, and where Yoshioka Tokujin breaths life into Hermès scarves. Ephemeral by design in many cases, Retail Architecture Now! is also the place where the makers of dreams finally find a solid home.

Synopsis:

The latest architecture and design of restaurants and bars, from L.A. to Tokyo, is the focus of this book. Whether the challenge is merely placing furniture in a simple space, or an ambitious structural project, restaurants and bars are the sites of our most expressive architecture; more ephemeral than larger facilities or entire buildings, they are more apt to capture the mood of the times. From a skyscraper rooftop in Bangkok to a beachfront in Brazil, here are places where design, architecture, food and drink come together in inspiring combinations ranging from minimalist to extravagantly Baroque. Designed and conceived like the enormously successful Architecture Now! books, this publishing milestone identifies the current trends bringing architecture and design together in new and exciting ways.

Synopsis:

Cutting edge architecture while you sup and dine

The latest architecture and design of restaurants and bars, from L.A. to Tokyo, is the focus of this book. Whether the challenge is merely placing furniture in a simple space, or an ambitious structural project, restaurants and bars are the sites of our most expressive architecture; more ephemeral than larger facilities or entire buildings, they are more apt to capture the mood of the times. From a skyscraper rooftop in Bangkok to a beachfront in Brazil, here are places where design, architecture, food and drink come together in inspiring combinations ranging from minimalist to extravagantly Baroque. Designed and conceived like the enormously successful Architecture Now! books, this publishing milestone identifies the current trends bringing architecture and design together in new and exciting ways.

Featured architects/firms/artists:

3deluxe-biorhythm, Architectuurbureau Sluijmers en Van Leeuwen, Architrave, Assadi + Pulido, AvroKO, Barkow Leibinger Architekten, Bel Lobo & Bob Neri Arquitetos, Christian Biecher, Buchner Bründler Architekten, Arthur Casa, CL3, Concrete, Electric Dreams, Elenberg Fraser, Stuart Forbes, Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, GCA Arquitectes, Gilles & Boissier, Stephanie Goto, Graft, Guedes + DeCampos, Zaha Hadid, Jeppe Hein, Hosoya Schaefer, Jakob+MacFarlane, Johnsen Schmaling Architects, SFJones Architects, Jouin Manku, Marcio Kogan, Kengo Kuma, Christian Liaigre, MAKE Architecture, Maurice Mentjens, Metro Arquitetura, Simone Micheli, Moon Design, Office dA, Katrin Olina, OlssonLyckefors Arkitekter, Pacific Environments, Pentagram, Pierluigi Piu, Studio Arne Quinze, Imaad Rahmouni, Karim Rashid, Thilo Reich/Tran Mai Huy-Thong, ROBERTNEUN, Serie, Philippe Starck, Super Potato, Tidy Arquitectos, Marcel Wanders, Isay Weinfeld, Wonderwall/Masamichi Katayama, Yabu Pushelberg, Cate Young

About the Author

Philip Jodidio studied art history and economics at Harvard, and edited Connaissance des Arts for over 20 years. His books include TASCHEN's Architecture Now! series, Building a New Millennium, and monographs on Tadao Ando, Norman Foster, Richard Meier, Jean Nouvel, and Zaha Hadid. He is internationally renowned as one of the most popular writers on the subject of architecture.

Product Details

ISBN:
9783836503761
Publisher:
Taschen
Subject:
Reference
Author:
Jodidio, Philip
Subject:
Buildings - Public, Commercial & Industrial
Subject:
General Architecture
Subject:
Architecture-Types
Edition Description:
Print PDF
Series:
Architecture Now
Publication Date:
20091101
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
416
Dimensions:
9.84x8.04x1.32 in. 3.57 lbs.

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Product details 416 pages Taschen - English 9783836503761 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , At the dawn of the 21st century, architecture is entering a paradigm shift; no longer can it be completely distinguished from art. This follow-up to the popular and groundbreaking book "Architecture Now!," follows the latest and most important architectural projects and trends.
"Synopsis" by ,

Retail Architecture Now! is the one place where the stars of the world of architecture, from David Adjaye to Rem Koolhaas and Zaha Hadid encounter the people who make the world of design turn, from Jurgen Bey to Tom Dixon, Ingo Maurer, or Philippe Starck. This book is full of the most recent retail spaces in the world, ranging from astonishing shopping centers by Daniel Libeskind or the young Swiss firm HHF to interactive store windows or a tiny jewel-like chocolate store in the heart of Paris. A pop-up store for Dr. Martens shoes, a unique newsstand designed for London by Thomas Heatherwick or flagship stores for the likes of Armani, Balenciaga, or Joseph are all part of what makes Retail Architecture one of the most exciting and dynamic areas of contemporary creativity. Apple computers, Uniqlo clothes, or Nike shoes can all be found here in a spirit of perfect harmony with the best that today's architecture and design can offer. Books, jewelry, fine foods and handbags are glorified and amplified by glass, steel, and the latest, most sophisticated techniques in design and branding. This is where Peter Marino meets Karl Lagerfeld, and where Yoshioka Tokujin breaths life into Hermès scarves. Ephemeral by design in many cases, Retail Architecture Now! is also the place where the makers of dreams finally find a solid home.

"Synopsis" by ,
The latest architecture and design of restaurants and bars, from L.A. to Tokyo, is the focus of this book. Whether the challenge is merely placing furniture in a simple space, or an ambitious structural project, restaurants and bars are the sites of our most expressive architecture; more ephemeral than larger facilities or entire buildings, they are more apt to capture the mood of the times. From a skyscraper rooftop in Bangkok to a beachfront in Brazil, here are places where design, architecture, food and drink come together in inspiring combinations ranging from minimalist to extravagantly Baroque. Designed and conceived like the enormously successful Architecture Now! books, this publishing milestone identifies the current trends bringing architecture and design together in new and exciting ways.
"Synopsis" by ,
Cutting edge architecture while you sup and dine

The latest architecture and design of restaurants and bars, from L.A. to Tokyo, is the focus of this book. Whether the challenge is merely placing furniture in a simple space, or an ambitious structural project, restaurants and bars are the sites of our most expressive architecture; more ephemeral than larger facilities or entire buildings, they are more apt to capture the mood of the times. From a skyscraper rooftop in Bangkok to a beachfront in Brazil, here are places where design, architecture, food and drink come together in inspiring combinations ranging from minimalist to extravagantly Baroque. Designed and conceived like the enormously successful Architecture Now! books, this publishing milestone identifies the current trends bringing architecture and design together in new and exciting ways.

Featured architects/firms/artists:

3deluxe-biorhythm, Architectuurbureau Sluijmers en Van Leeuwen, Architrave, Assadi + Pulido, AvroKO, Barkow Leibinger Architekten, Bel Lobo & Bob Neri Arquitetos, Christian Biecher, Buchner Bründler Architekten, Arthur Casa, CL3, Concrete, Electric Dreams, Elenberg Fraser, Stuart Forbes, Doriana and Massimiliano Fuksas, GCA Arquitectes, Gilles & Boissier, Stephanie Goto, Graft, Guedes + DeCampos, Zaha Hadid, Jeppe Hein, Hosoya Schaefer, Jakob+MacFarlane, Johnsen Schmaling Architects, SFJones Architects, Jouin Manku, Marcio Kogan, Kengo Kuma, Christian Liaigre, MAKE Architecture, Maurice Mentjens, Metro Arquitetura, Simone Micheli, Moon Design, Office dA, Katrin Olina, OlssonLyckefors Arkitekter, Pacific Environments, Pentagram, Pierluigi Piu, Studio Arne Quinze, Imaad Rahmouni, Karim Rashid, Thilo Reich/Tran Mai Huy-Thong, ROBERTNEUN, Serie, Philippe Starck, Super Potato, Tidy Arquitectos, Marcel Wanders, Isay Weinfeld, Wonderwall/Masamichi Katayama, Yabu Pushelberg, Cate Young

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