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A+U 2019:03 Feature : Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura(特集:アルヴァロ・シザとエドゥアルド・ソウト・デ・モウラ)

A+U 2019:03 Feature : Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura(特集:アルヴァロ・シザとエドゥアルド・ソウト・デ・モウラ)

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This issue of a+u features the working relationship between Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura, one that has been developing since 1974. Their collaborations, they posit, do not resemble the sensibilities of one or the other, but rather a third form of practice that comes from shared dialogue and tabletop sketching.

ja+u is the fusion of two of our company’s English magazines: JA (the Japan Architect) and a+u (Architecture & Urbanism). Thus, our editorial concept not only introduces the latest architecture from within Japan to the outside world, we also present high-quality works judiciously gathered from across the globe.

In collaboration with our Japanese-language titles – Shinkenchiku (New Architecture) and Jutakutokushu (Special Housing) – ja+u uniquely offers an insider's look at the very latest Japanese architecture. The company shoots nearly all its own photography within Japan and maintains an extensive photographic archive.

ja+u (Japan Architecture + Urbanism) was founded in 2012 in Tokyo. The website is owned by Shinkenchiku-sha Co., Ltd., Japan’s definitive architectural publisher.

About Shinkenchiku-sha
Since 1925, Shinkenchiku-sha Co., Ltd has been Japan’s leading architectural publisher. The company’s periodicals include: Shinkenchiku (New Architecture), Jutakutokushu (Special Housing), and JA (the Japan Architect). With its sister company, A+U Publishing Co., Ltd., the company is expanding to offer its diverse contents to a broad network of architects and designers across the globe.

About our Periodicals: a+u
First published in January 1971, a+u – Architecture & Urbanism – is an architectural magazine in Japanese and English that provides information on architecture around the globe to a global readership. As Japan's only monthly periodical dedicated to disseminating information on architecture around the world, a+u has been widely and actively read by the architecture community since its inaugural issue. The magazine's research network extends around the globe, covering more than 100 countries. It features direct reporting on individual architects in various countries, and each issue is edited from a unique perspective to efficiently deliver the latest trends to readers. In addition, essays penned by architects, critics and historians help guide thinking on tomorrow's architecture, greatly influencing the industry inside and outside Japan.

a+u Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura includes:

Sense and Sensibility: A Brief Journey Through the Works of Siza and Souto de Moura
Nuno Grande

1. Recent Works by Álvaro Siza
Interview with Álvaro Siza

Hillside Chapel

New Church of Saint-Jacques

Fire Station in Santo Tirso

Siza House in Taifong Golf Club

Nadir Afonso Contemporary Art Museum

China Museum of Design Bauhaus Collection

The Building on the Water, Shihlien Chemical

Saya Park: Chapel, Art Pavilion, Observatory

2. Recent Works by Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura
Piazza del Municipio Metro Station and Museum

International Museum of Contemporary Sculpture (MIEC) and Abade Pedrosa
Municipal Museum (MMAP)

3. Recent Works by Eduardo Souto de Moura
A Letter to Eduardo Souto de Moura

Power Plant for the Foz Tua dam

Tourist Complex in São Lourenço do Barrocal

Bernardas Convent Reconversion

Multipurpose Pavilion in Viana do Castelo

27 Dwellings in Sete Cidades

Cantareira Building

Essay Series, vol. 8
Renewal of Shrines and Temples
Suguru Kaneda

頁  數:192
尺  寸:292*219 mm(Portrait)
語  言:English, Japanese

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