Book Name: Spanish Architecture

  • Yang Feng  
  • Phoenix Publishing Limited
  • 978-988-16529-6-6
  • English
  • 53.00  U.S. dollar
  • Hardcover
  • 1
  • 2013.02
  • 235*300
  • 304
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Editor' Review

This book is mainly a collection of all the works of ACXT, one of the most influential architects in Spain. Focusing on the structure, façade, ecology and color of the building, the book was divided into four chapters. Along with the basic description and analysis, there’s also professional comment by the principal designer(s) of each project. From the excellent works of ACXT, the book explained to readers what Spanish architecture is and how it influences architects around the world.

Summary

Part I
History of Spanish Architecture

Part II ECOLOGY
IDOM Headquarters in Bilbao
CIC EnergiGUNE
112 Emergency Call Centre
Data Centre in Cerdanyola Del Vallès
Bilbao Exhibition Centre
Zaragoza Metropolitan Seminary Renovation
New IDOM Headquarters in Madrid

Part III STRUCTURE
Joaquín Sorolla Station
Langreo Leisure and Sport Centre
Sport City in Xativa
A Merca Health Centre
Expo Zaragoza Main Building
The Polytechnic University of Madrid Technology Centre
Calatayud Bus Station
Pamplona Bus Station
San Atilano’s Church Renovation

Part IV Façade
CEIBS Business School
AIC Automotive Intelligence Centre
Centre for Race Car Design and Manufacture EPSILON EUSKADI
Teacher Education School
Sports Centre in Bakio
Institute for Vehicles Research
Galindez Slope and Pau Casals Square
BTEK Interpretation Centre of Technology

Part V COLOR
Bilbao Arena and Sports Centre
242 Social Housing Units in Salburúa
Ibaiondo Civic Centre
Scientific-Technological Centre in Logroño
46 Council Houses in Pormetxeta
ENEX Petrol Station

Introduction

Spain is an ancient civilized country with a long and bright history. Spanish architecture had been playing a dominated role in it. The Spanish architecture is globe-renown with its long history and unique style. This book is mainly a collection of all the works of ACXT, one of the most influential architects in Spain. Focusing on the structure, façade, ecology and color of the building, the book was mainly divided into four chapters. Along with the basic description and analysis, there’s also professional comment by the principal designer(s) of each project. From the excellent works of ACXT, the book explained to readers what Spanish architecture is and how it influences architects around the world.