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    Bent_Bladi is offline Registered User
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    Wow, 3an jad it is a masterpiece... This guy's art is amazing, mashaAllah...

    Sad that it's falling apart though... (good that they're trying to preserve it)


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    yeah, the point that any person likes such an art, He has to visit this building when going to US
    and i believe it's a good experience, i might be there once !!

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    I went to PA once, but I didn't know about the building or anything... (heh ) but inshaAllah, one day when I go back there, I'll make sure to visit (and take pictures )


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    just post in here, and i'll figure out what happened (H)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bent_Bladi View Post
    Wow, 3an jad it is a masterpiece... This guy's art is amazing, mashaAllah...

    Sad that it's falling apart though... (good that they're trying to preserve it)
    Artistic

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    >>> A Master Architect...
    Richard Meier
    ________ _______________________ ______


    (born October 12, 1934 in Newark, New Jersey) is a late twentieth century American architect known for his use of the color white.
    his modern buildings are very much know with its white colored facade, and the interior is so clear and incredibly comfortable.


    his work is a plenty of projects around the world:
    * Ara Pacis Museum, Rome, Italy, 2006
    * ECM City Tower, Prague, Czech republic, 2004-2007
    * San Jose Civic Center, San Jose, California, 2004-2007
    * Life Sciences Technology Building, Ithaca, New York, scheduled completion 2007
    * Frieder Burda Museum, Baden Baden, Germany, 2004
    * Jubilee Church, Rome, Italy 2003
    * Sandra Day O'Connor United States Courthouse, Phoenix, Arizona, 2000
    * Camden Medical Centre, Singapore, 1998
    * Getty Center, Los Angeles, California, 1997
    * Museum of Television & Radio, Beverly Hills, California, 1996
    * Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain, 1995
    * City Hall and Central Library, The Hague, The Netherlands, 1995
    * Stadthaus, Ulm, Germany, 1994
    * Daimler-Benz Forschungszentrum, today: DaimlerChrysler Forschungszentrum, Ulm, Germany, 1992
    * Modern Art Wing Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, 1984
    * High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, 1983
    * The Atheneum, New Harmony, Indiana, 1979
    * Bronx Developmental Center, The Bronx, New York, 1976
    * Douglas House, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 1973
    * Smith House, Darien, Connecticut, 1965-1967








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    BOOKS... A COLLECTION !!!


    _________________________________
    Citation from the Pritzker Jury

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    We honor Richard Meier for his single-minded pursuit of the essence of modern architecture. He has broadened its range of forms to make it responsive to the expectations of our time.
    In his search for clarity and his experiments in balancing light and space, he has created structures which are personal, vigorous, original.
    What he has achieved is only prologue to the compelling new experiences we anticipate from his drawing board.

    __________________________________________________________________
    Comme de nombreux sièges de chaîne de télévision, le vaisseau de "Canal+" se pose le long de la Seine et en l'occurrence au bord du parc André Citroën. L'oeuvre française de Meier reprend le vocabulaire classique de l'architecte : blancheur, modularité, plasticité, ...
    Les services administratifs se trouvent dans la partie vitrée donnant sur la Seine. Un grand atrium marquant l'entrée les sépare du bâtiment de production opaque donnant sur la rue des Cévennes
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    Getty Museum



    i personally like him, and got influenced by his approach!!


    one of the sources>>Richard Meier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Un site pour les architectes, très important philpremiere

    for other architects figures:
    Architectural

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    I Understood The Best Archituctural Building Are In Yemen
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    By: George Bernard Shaw

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