Norman Foster Sketchbooks 1975-2020
|Status||out of print|
This introductory volume launches a new series that reflects on architect Norman Foster’s career from the 1970s until today, through his sketchbooks. Edited by architectural historian Jorge Sainz, more than 500 drawings are presented in a comprehensive collection which contains insights into the design process of Foster’s most influential projects, as well as his inspirations. After all, a particular kind of drawing happens in an architectural sketchbook, something at once very personal, reflective, and portable. Through these fascinating sketches, drawings, and notes, readers can trace how Foster’s complex concepts are made manifest and develop on paper.
|416 p, ills colour & bw, 22 x 31 cm, hb, Spanish/English|