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Carme Pinos' architecture is noteworthy for its complicity with the territory in which it is located and its desire to transform it. Pinos here presents a number of projects from the decade since 1991 by means of sketches, small models and ink drawings, which illustrate her work methods and her reflections on the relationship between architecture and its surroundings. This book presents most of the projects that have come out of her office since its foundation in 1991. Now (at the beginning of the 21st century) that these projects are beginning to materialize, these pages document, in a format similar to that of an illustrated talk, the re-elaboration of an architectural thinking developed and put into practice throughout extensive professional activity.
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4.0 out of 5 starslittle gem16 April 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Some Projects (Since 1991) is a beautiful little book displaying the more recent work of Carme Pinos. The book, though small, shows both drawings, models, and built work. The computer drawings were a little pixelated at times, but the hand sketches are amazing. The text is minimal, and very poetic. Not a lot of reading but because of the brevity every word should be read!
1.0 out of 5 starsDeludente15 Nov 2013
By Mary - Published on Amazon.com
The size is very small, 16x18 cm. The images and pictures are very small, low resolution and stick type collage. The designs are barely legible resolution with low quality. The works presented are only of stages, some pool and a private home. The artist is interesting, but the book is bad.