30:70. Architecture as a Balancing ActSergei Tchoban | Vladimir Sedov
Some readers may ask themselves what it was that inspired us to write this book. After all, there are countless monographs on architectural history and individual architects. When architects wish to introduce themselves to a client, they no longer scramble to put together a folder of photocopies of their projects and buildings. Instead, they routinely just lay a book on the table – a photo album of the buildings they have realised produced by a prestigious publishing house. Piles of books like this, shedding light on the development of architecture, right down to the tiniest minutiae, come out every year. This book, however, has a rather different focus.
Paris, 1990, Indian ink, watercolour, 400×300 mm
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