4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A neat,glamourous and simple book,
This review is from: Calatrava (Paperback)
I found this little book definitely satisfying, and its quality/price ratio excellent, as it always is for Taschen editions.
A sensible introduction gives an interesting and not boring coverage of who Calatrava is as an architect and as a man,
and what kind of curriculum lead him to what he is today.
Afer this, come a series of short ( 2-4 pages)monographic pieces on his most significant works, from the early '80s to our days.
The number and quality of photographs is also excellent and they explain along with the text what is really important in each work.