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The Hand of the Architect

Moleskine

By Moleskine

272 pages pp;

August 2009
ISBN 9788862932332
ISBN10 8862932332

SKU# 9788862932332

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Three Hands
of Creativity
is an explorative journey through the process in
architecture, design and graphic design.
Started in 2009 and completed in 2011 with
3 book-catalogues released alongside with 3 exhibitions
followed up by auctions at Sotheby’s Milan to raise
funds for FAI’s (Italian National Trust) restoring activities.
Each title contains interesting and unpublished essays
that focus on the drawing and sketching on paper as the
most important tool, as well as the root of the design
process and metaphor of any creative endeavor.
The Hand of the Architect


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The Hand of the Architect

Three Hands of Creativity is an explorative journey through the process in architecture, design and graphic design. Started in 2009 and completed in 2011 with 3 book-catalogues released alongside with 3 exhibitions followed up by auctions at Sotheby’s Milan to raise funds for FAI’s (Italian National Trust) restoring activities. Each title contains interesting and unpublished essays that focus on the drawing and sketching on paper as the most important tool, as well as the root of the design process and metaphor of any creative endeavor. A 272-page book collecting 378 colour illustrations consisting of sketches and drawings from a selection of internationally renowned architects, featuring names such as Felipe Assadi, Mario Botta, Massimiliano Fuksas, Michael Graves, Vittorio Gregotti, Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster and Renzo Piano. The edition contains a 272-page book, printed on ivory colored paper and a 120-page drawing book. The book is thread-sewn bound, mounted with black covering material and black elastic band.

 

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272 pages pp;

August 2009
ISBN 9788862932332
ISBN10 8862932332
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