目錄 登入會員 購物車 {{currentCart.getItemCount()}}


{{ title.name_translations | translateModel }}
一次最大商品購買數量限制為 99999



商品購買上限為 {{ product.max_order_quantity }} 件

現庫存只剩下 {{ quantityOfStock }} 件



S,M,L,XL (ISBN 1-885254-01-6) is a book by Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Mau, edited by Jennifer Sigler, with photography by Hans Werlemann. The book was first published by Monacelli Press in 1995 in New York and 010 Publishers in Rotterdam. This enormous, 1376-page-long book is a collection of essays, diary excerpts, travelogues, photographs, architectural plans, sketches, cartoons produced by Office for Metropolitan Architecture (O.M.A.) in the twenty years prior to publication. O.M.A. is a Rotterdam-based company founded by Koolhaas in 1975. The second edition (ISBN 3-8228-7743-3) was published in 1997, printed and bound in Italy, and has the name Rem Koolhaas printed in orange ink on the cover unlike the original which was printed in yellow. The third edition (ISBN 1-885254-86-5) was published in 1998, printed and bound in Italy, and has the name Rem Koolhaas printed in blue ink on the cover. The book weighs 6 pounds (2.7 kg).

S,M,L,XL presents a selection of the remarkable visionary design work produced by the Dutch firm Office for Metropolitan Architecture (O.M.A.) and its acclaimed founder, Rem Koolhaas, in its first twenty years, along with a variety of insightful, often poetic writings. The inventive collaboration between Koolhaas and designer Bruce Mau is a graphic overture that weaves together architectural projects, photos and sketches, diary excerpts, personal travelogues, fairy tales, and fables, as well as critical essays on contemporary architecture and society.

The book's title is also its framework: projects and essays are arranged according to scale. While Small and Medium address issues ranging from the domestic to the public, Large focuses on what Koolhaas calls "the architecture of Bigness." Extra-Large features projects at the urban scale, along with the important essay "What Ever Happened to Urbanism?" and other studies of the contemporary city. Running throughout the book is a "dictionary" of an adventurous new Koolhaasian language -- definitions, commentaries, and quotes from hundreds of literary, cultural, artistic, and architectural sources.


Remment Lucas "Rem" Koolhaas (Dutch pronunciation: [rɛm koːlɦaːs]; born 17 November 1944) is a Dutch architect, architectural theorist, urbanist and Professor in Practice of Architecture and Urban Design at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Koolhaas studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Koolhaas is the founding partner of OMA, and of its research-oriented counterpart AMO based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In 2005, he co-founded Volume Magazine together with Mark Wigley and Ole Bouman.
He is widely regarded as one of the most important architectural thinkers and urbanists of his generation. In 2000, Rem Koolhaas won the Pritzker Prize. In 2008, Time put him in their top 100 of The World's Most Influential People.

Bruce Mau (born October 25, 1959) is a Canadian designer. He started as a graphic designer but later focused on architecture, art, museums, film, eco-environmental design, and conceptual philosophy.
From 1985-2010, Mau was the creative director of Bruce Mau Design (BMD), and in 2003, he founded the Institute Without Boundaries in collaboration with the School of Design at George Brown College, Toronto. In 2010 Mau went on to co-found The Massive Change Network in Chicago with Bisi Williams.
In 2015, Freeman, a global provider of brand experiences, appointed him Chief Design Officer. Mau works with Freeman to drive innovation in the events industry. 

i        OMA Charts
xix    Introduction
xxix  Acknowledgments
xxx   Project Credits

0002  Exodus, or the Voluntary Prisoners of Architecture
           AA Final Project, 1972
0022  Delirious New York
           Appendix, 1978

0046  Less is More
           Installation for the 1986 Milan Triennale, Italy, 1985
0062  The House That Made Mies
           Theory, 1993
0064  Dutch Section
           House for Two Friends, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1988
0080  ±13,000 Points
           Nexus World Housing, Fukuoka, Japan, 1991
0088  Learning Japanese
           Poem, 1993
0126  Worth a Detour
           Renovation of Hotel Furka Blick, Switzerland, 1991
0130  Obstacles
           Villa Dall'Ava, St. Cloud, Paris, France, 1991
0194 Only 90°, Please
           Video Bus Stop, Groningen, Netherlands, 1991
0198  Imagining Nothingness
           Text, 1985
0204  The Terrifying Beauty of the Twentieth Century
           Text, 1985

0212  Field Trip: (A)A Memoir
           The Berlin Wall as Architecture, 1993
0234  Revision
           Renovation of a Panopticon Prison, Arnhem, Netherlands, 1979-81
0254  Shipwrecked
           Housing Kochstrasse/Friedrichstrasse, Berlin, Germany, 1980
0278  Final Push
           Extension of the Dutch Parliament, The Hague, Netherlands, 1978
0304  Cadavre Exquis
           Netherlands Dance Theater, The Hague, Netherlands, 1987
0334  Typical Plan
           Meditation, 1993
           Morgan Bank, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1985
0354  Byzantoum
           Housing, Offices, Shops, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1991
           Cartoon, 1994
0362  Globalization
           Text, 1993
0370  Vanishing Act
           Biocenter, University of Frankfurt, Germany, 1988
0374  Islam After Einstein
           Hotel and Convention Center, Agadir, Morocco, 1990
0400  New Rotterdam
           Architecture Museum, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1988
           Museum Park, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1994
           Kunsthal I, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1987-88
0430  Life in the Box?
           Kunsthal II, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1992
0474  Neue Sachlichkeit
           Project for an Office City, Frankfurt Airport, Germany, 1989

0494  Bigness, or the problem of Large
           Manifesto, 1994
0518  Soft Substance, Harsh Town
           Boompjes TowerSlab, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1979-82
0544  Indeterminate Specificity
           The Hague City Hall, Netherlands, 1986
0570  Dirty Realism
           A Mini-Farce, 1993
0578  Working Babel
           Sea Terminal, Zeebrugge, Belgium, 1989
0600  Bifurcation
           Effects of Structure, 1993
0602  Strategy of the Void
           Très Grande Bibliothèque, Paris, France, 1989
0604  Weird Science
           Excerpts from a Diary, 1989
0662  Last Apples
           Speculations on Structure and Services, 1993
           From the Notebook of Cecil Balmond, 1992
0686  Darwinian Arena
           Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany, 1989-92
0762  Passion Play
           Epitaph, 1992
0764  Organization of Appearances
           Congrexpo (Lille Grand Palais), Lille, France, 1994
0822  Palace of the Soviets
           Bedtime Story, 1994

Extra Large
0828  The White Sheet
           Dream, 1981
0832  Atlanta
           Journalism, 1987/1994
0860  Las Vegas of the Welfare State
           Bijlmermeer Redevelopment, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1986
0888  Unlearning Holland
           Point City/South City, Project for Redesigning Holland, 1993
0894  Congestion Without Matter
           Parc de la Villette, Paris, France, 1982
0936  Elegy for the Vacant Lot
           Text, 1985
0940  Their New Sobriety
           Exposition Universelle 1989, Paris, France, 1983
0958  What Ever Happened to Urbanism?
           Text, 1994
0972  Surrender
           Ville Nouvelle Melun-Sénart, France, 1987
0990  Dolphins
           Transportation Exchange Centers for Benelux, 1989, 1991
1008  Singapore Songlines: Thirty Years of Tabula Rasa
           Reconstruction, 1995
1090  Tabula Rasa Revisited
           Mission Grand Axe, La Défense, Paris, France, 1991
1134  Side Show
           Zac Danton Office Tower, La Défense, Paris, France, 1991-93
1156  Quantum Leap
           Euralille: Centre International d'Affaires, Lille, France, 1994
1210  Programmatic Lava
           Urban Design Forum, Yokohama, Japan, 1992
1238  The Generic City
           Guide, 1994
1270  Chronology
1284  Dictionary Refernces
1300  Image Credits

1303  Unraveling 2 Bibliothèques Jussieu, Paris, France, 1993

頁         數:1376
尺         寸:234x178 mm