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Architecture Now Volume 3 was the winner of the prestigious Saint-Etienne Prize for the Best Architecture and Design Book of 2004. Volume 4 proves that the best keeps getting better, with new names from all over the world and the most exciting and unique buildings and designs. As always, easy-to-navigate illustrated A-Z entries include current and recent projects, biographies, contact information, and website addresses.
Here are just a few of the projects that are featured in the new book:
A shelter for the needy made out of sandbags
"Nomadic Museum" made by Shigeru Ban out of shipping containers
A tree house in Germany
Extraordinary museums that will never be built in Lausanne and Guadalajara
New Museums that have been built by Gehry, Mansilla and Tuñón, or Richard Meier
BMW Central Building in Leipzig by Zaha Hadid
Allianz Arena by Herzog & de Meuron
Wedding Chapel in Japan
Design hotels in Berlin and Saõ Paulo or Cerro Paranal, Chile
Library in Seattle by Rem Koolhaas/OMA
Houses in Mexico City, Saõ Paulo, Corsica, Hiroshima, or Great Mackerel Beach, Australia
Spoon des Neiges by Patrick Jouin
A tower that will grow like a tree in New York
With-it architects like David Adjaye, Caramel, Graftlab, Jakob +MacFarlane, Asymptote or Lewis Tsurumaki Lewis
Artists who take on architectural space like Frank Stella or Bill Viola, or architects who are interested in art like Peter Eisenman
The E-House, architecture that is greener than green
From the Minimal (David Chipperfield and John Pawson) to the decidedly exotic (Longitude 131, Uluru-Kata National Park, Northern Territory, Australia)
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Emilie Frèche, lauréate du Prix Orange du Livre 2013 pour "Deux étrangers"