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Arne Jacobsen - Approach to his Complete Works 1926-1971 (3 Volumes)

Arne Jacobsen - Approach to his Complete Works 1926-1971 (3 Volumes)
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The Spanish author and architect has conducted extensive research in order to publish all of the available projects and works of Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, a number of which have never been published before. The three-volume work is inspired by Le Corbusier?s Oeuvre complète and structured in largely the same way. Each volume is introduced by a review of Jacobsen's development as an architect in the respective period - seen with Spanish eyes. The first two volumes cover Jacobsen's work from 1926-1949 and 1950-1971, respectively. Jacobsen died in 1971. Volume three contains a selection of Arne Jacobsen's drawings from 1958-65, most of which have never been published before. The work in total comprises a good 600 pages, and supplements the recent important book entitled Arne Jacobsen, by Carsten Thau and Kjeld Vindum, also published by The Danish Architectural Press.

Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen (Paperback) - Common

Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen (Paperback) - Common
€47.31

In the centre of Copenhagen, on the sixth floor of the Royal Hotel, a single room preserves a microcosm of the definitive masterwork of Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen (1902-71). Room 606 is the last surviving interior of the SAS House: an unparalleled example of modern architecture and design, completed in 1960. Jacobsen was one of the outstanding architects of the twentieth century, he created complete settings for daily life and dissolving the boundaries between architecture, interior and industrial design. The SAS House represented the pinnacle of his achievements, for which Jacobsen had designed every detail, including new furniture such as the now famous Egg and Swan chairs, fabrics, fixtures and even silverware. This book presents a unique insight into Jacobsen's work, using the 'time-capsule' Room 606 as a lens through which to examine the span of his entire career. A lost world of mid-twentieth-century form and sensation is rediscovered through hundreds of rare archival photographs, original drawings and sketches, and specially commissioned new colour photographs of Room 606.The chapters are organized thematically: each consists of three sections that together look at Room 606 as a microcosm of the SAS House, reconstruct the original building, and trace the connections between Jacobsen's masterpiece and his other works - from whole buildings to household objects.

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Arne Jacobsen - Approach to his Complete Works 1926-1971 (3 Volumes)

Arne Jacobsen - Approach to his Complete Works 1926-1971 (3 Volumes)
$0.00

The Spanish author and architect has conducted extensive research in order to publish all of the available projects and works of Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, a number of which have never been published before. The three-volume work is inspired by Le Corbusier?s Oeuvre complète and structured in largely the same way. Each volume is introduced by a review of Jacobsen's development as an architect in the respective period - seen with Spanish eyes. The first two volumes cover Jacobsen's work from 1926-1949 and 1950-1971, respectively. Jacobsen died in 1971. Volume three contains a selection of Arne Jacobsen's drawings from 1958-65, most of which have never been published before. The work in total comprises a good 600 pages, and supplements the recent important book entitled Arne Jacobsen, by Carsten Thau and Kjeld Vindum, also published by The Danish Architectural Press.

Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen (Paperback) - Common

Room 606: The SAS House and the Work of Arne Jacobsen (Paperback) - Common
€47.31

In the centre of Copenhagen, on the sixth floor of the Royal Hotel, a single room preserves a microcosm of the definitive masterwork of Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen (1902-71). Room 606 is the last surviving interior of the SAS House: an unparalleled example of modern architecture and design, completed in 1960. Jacobsen was one of the outstanding architects of the twentieth century, he created complete settings for daily life and dissolving the boundaries between architecture, interior and industrial design. The SAS House represented the pinnacle of his achievements, for which Jacobsen had designed every detail, including new furniture such as the now famous Egg and Swan chairs, fabrics, fixtures and even silverware. This book presents a unique insight into Jacobsen's work, using the 'time-capsule' Room 606 as a lens through which to examine the span of his entire career. A lost world of mid-twentieth-century form and sensation is rediscovered through hundreds of rare archival photographs, original drawings and sketches, and specially commissioned new colour photographs of Room 606.The chapters are organized thematically: each consists of three sections that together look at Room 606 as a microcosm of the SAS House, reconstruct the original building, and trace the connections between Jacobsen's masterpiece and his other works - from whole buildings to household objects.

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