Architect and Engineer
Paul Andreu is a key figure in international architecture, renowned for his design and construction of Charles de Gaulle airport from 1968 onwards. Published on the occasion of the "Paul Andreu" exhibition (Musée national d'art moderne - Centre Pompidou, until 22 June 2022), the book presents the major projects of the architect-engineer.
Published on the occasion of the "Paul Andreu" exhibition at the Musée national d'art moderne - Centre Pompidou (until 22 June 2022), the book presents the architect's major projects, most of which were completed: Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (T1/1968-1974 and T2/1975-2008), Grande Arche de la Défense (1984-1989), Kumihama Golf (study, 1991), Seoul Metropolitan Airport (competition, 1992), Guangzhou-Baiyun Airport (competition, 1998), Osaka Maritime Museum (1993-2000), Shanghai Oriental Arts Centre (2000-2004), National Centre fotr the performing art, Beijing Opera (1999-2007).
Nadine Eghels Andreu, Frédéric Migayrou, François Tamisier, Anne-Marie Zucchelli-Charron.
- 24,00 €
- Language(s): English, French
- Nombre de pages: 104
- Couleur(s): fourcolour
- Type de reliure: hardcover
- Dimensions: 15 × 240 × 300 mm
- Poids: 700 g
- Partenaire: Centre Pompidou, Groupe ADP