2 edition of Eero Saarinen found in the catalog.
Includes bibliography (p124-125) and index.
|Statement||by Allan Temko.|
|Series||Makers of contemporary architecture|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Saarinen's buildings are analyzed in all their surprising variety, with an open Eero Saarinen book of their differences, rather than an insistence on an individual style. Marvin B. Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen originally studied sculpture, and this influence is apparent in much of his architecture. He largely initiated a trend, however, toward exploration and experiment in design—a trend that departed from the doctrinaire rectangular prisms that were characteristic of the earlier phase of modern architecture. Such wide-ranging approaches to his architecture made Saarinen difficult to classify, and interest in his work dissipated soon after his death. The auditorium is arranged entirely within this dramatically simple form.
Installed new, energy-efficient Eero Saarinen book. In questioning the presuppositions of early modern architecture, he introduced sculptural forms that were rich in architectural character and visual drama unknown in earlier years. It follows the rationalist design Miesian style : incorporating steel and glass, but with the added accent of panels in two shades of blue. Beautifully illustrated book By Nomadic Architect on Feb 28, Though I would have liked to see more insight into his design process, this was a beautiful overview of his work, which is surprising by its diversity and scope.
The Tulip chairlike all other Saarinen chairs, was taken into production by the Knoll furniture company, founded by Hans Knollwho married Saarinen family friend Florence Schust Knoll. Merkel's handsome volume presents the first Eero Saarinen book comprehensive survey, and seeks to demonstrate how Saarinen could be "mainstream and avant-garde at the same time. The author, with a refreshing willingness to deal with negative material as well as positive, asks and answers the very interesting question of the reasons for the decline in Saarinen's reputation after his untimely death. By then, she had cultivated a quality in herself she called "intelluptuous"—a combination of intelligence and voluptuousness that he clearly found irresistible.
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Kennedy International Airportwhich he worked Eero Saarinen book with Charles J. But she stayed in TV, at first covering art and culture, then reporting more broadly; she was at the tumultuous Chicago Democratic convention, in Vietnam, and, ultimately, she headed the NBC bureau in Paris.
From Publishers Eero Saarinen book Far from a household name, Saarinen's works are nonetheless internationally recognizable icons. The Tulip chairlike all other Saarinen chairs, was taken into production by the Knoll furniture company, founded by Hans Knollwho married Saarinen family friend Florence Schust Knoll.
The variety in the work, the "style for the job" philosophy, as it was called, was really the result of the way he worked and the fact he believed architectural form should derive from function in the broadest possible sense.
The small chapel is a stark, red-brick cylinder, lighted only from above. As one reviewer has said, this books brings Saarinen's work back to life, and I couldn't agree more.
Saarinen first received critical recognition, while still working for his father, for a chair designed together with Charles Eames for the "Organic Design in Home Furnishings" competition infor which they received first prize.
Most of the major buildings he designed were not finished at the time of his death, but she drew on her close relationships to reassure his clients that the other architects in his office could complete the work.
He Eero Saarinen book a naturalized citizen of Eero Saarinen book U. Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University. Personal life[ change change source ] He married the sculptor Lilian Swann Saarinen.
Inhe won the first prize in the Jefferson National Monument competition. Installed new, energy-efficient lighting. What you don't expect is to discover the impact of a woman whom Saarinen himself has come to overshadow, though she was a cultural force in her own right.
The competition award was mistakenly sent to his father. About this title One of the world's most celebrated architects at the time of his death at the age of 51, the Finnish-born, American-trained master of Modernism designed and built more than thirty-five buildings in his brief lifetime, and more than thirty other projects in collaboration with his father and such celebrated architects as Charles Eames and Ralph Rapson.
Saarinen was assigned to draw illustrations for bomb disassembly manuals and to provide designs for the Situation Room in the White House. As the son of renowned architect Eliel Saarinen, designer of Cranbrook Academy in Eero Saarinen book Hills, Michigan, Eero grew up Eero Saarinen book an intellectually charged environment surrounded by art and design.
He says he loves it - and as someone who lives minutes from Dulles Airport, I'm a fan of Saarinen's work anyway. Merkel has made a wonderful book, one that brings Saarinen's work back to life. The marriage ended in divorce in As the son of renowned architect Eliel Saarinen, designer of Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Eero grew up in an intellectually charged environment surrounded by art and design.
Learn more about this and other Modernist Chairs. At one point, she even confessed in a letter to her mentor Bernard Berenson, the art connoisseur, "Now I observe myself ardently promulgating the Eero-myth.
All rights reserved. With her vivacious charm, she helped captivate the Eero Saarinen book chieftains, ambassadors, and university presidents who became Saarinen's Eero Saarinen book, and traveled with him as far as Australia where he was the key jury member in selecting the design for the Sydney Opera House, which is very Saarinen-esque, if you think about it.
North on Jul 13, Beautifully and incisively illustrated, full of contemporary comments and criticism by colleagues and critics, a solid biography of both Eero and Elial Saarinem, the author of this book illuminates and informs all streams of his important life and work.Eero Saarinen, Finnish-born American architect who was one of the leaders in a trend toward Eero Saarinen book and experiment in American architectural design during the s.
Eero was the son of the noted architect Eliel Saarinen and Loja Gesellius, a sculptor. The Saarinen family of four, including a. Eero Saarinen Born to world famous parents, architect and Cranbrook Academy of Art director Eliel Saarinen and textile artist Loja Saarinen, Eero Saarinen was surrounded by design his whole life.
A schoolmate and great friend of Florence Schust, it was an obvious choice for her to invite Eero to design for Knoll when she joined the company in. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Eero Saarinen: An Architecture of Multiplicity by Antonio Roman (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .Find many great new & used options and get pdf best deals for Eero Saarinen: An Architecture of Multiplicity by Antonio Roman (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .Eero Saarinen insisted that, in any design, “confusion comes from trying to amalgamate several conflicting ideas.” To avoid that confusion, in his furniture designs for Knoll, as in his world renowned architecture, Saarinen sought the essential idea and represented it formally with “clarity and strength,”."Despite the brevity of his career, Eero Saarinen () was one of ebook most celebrated architects of his time.
Born in Finland, he immigrated to the United States inwhere his father was director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art.