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A5 Architecture Series: Los Angeles: Architecture, Interiors, Lifestyle

A5 Architecture Series: Los Angeles: Architecture, Interiors, Lifestyle (Hardback)

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The A5 Architecture Series, edited by Berlin-based architect Casey Mathewson, is a book series focusing on architecture, interiors, and landscapes in selected global metropolitan areas. The A5 Series is planned for publication over a period of time to showcase the world of architecture in such diverse cities as Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Copenhagen, Shanghai, Berlin and Singapore. The series portrays the very best work done in the world's creative capitals, and also focuses on visionary designs slated for construction over the coming years. Detailed working drawings are also included to enrich the contents and make the series even more relevant for all those interested in architecture and design. A = Architecture 5 = Examples from the past five year time period The A5 series begins with a volume devoted to the vibrant Los Angeles scene and will showcase the most innovative works created there since 2005 to document the resurgence of new ideas and new materials by world-class practitioners.

Architecture & DesignArchitectureHistory of architecture & Preservation of Buildings Publisher: Oro Editions Publication Date: 22/06/2010 ISBN-13: 9780981985718  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Casey C.M. Mathewson studied architecture at the University of Oregon and the Stuttgart Technical University. In 1988, he founded mab mathewson architektur berlin (, an institute devoted to building and research in architecture. The themes of his publications include human focus in architectural design, urban design in Germany, and the history of residential architecture. The themes of Mathewson's publications include human focus in architectural design, urban design in Germany, and the history of residential architecture. He lives in Berlin.

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