Tag Arata Isozaki

Arata Isozaki & Andrea Maffei Associati

12-05-2011

Arata Isozaki & Andrea Maffei Associati

Andrea Maffei talks about his partnership with the great Japanese master and their projects in Italy.

Hotel Puerta America

02-11-2005

Hotel Puerta America

Everybody is at the Hotel Puerta America... Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki, Norman Foster, Jean Nouvel, Ron Arad ... Staying in the Silken Group's new Madrid hotel is a fascinating experience. Open since June 30 2005, Hotel Puerta America brings together the work of more than fifteen architects and artists.

Arata Isozaki. Qatar National Library. Doha. 2005

19-10-2005

Arata Isozaki. Qatar National Library. Doha. 2005

When completed, it will be a unique landmark on the Corniche, the Doha waterfront, site of the capital's most luxurious hotels where major plans for urban renewal are currently underway: the building designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki will house the Qatar National Library, Contemporary Art Museum and Museum of Science and Natural History.

Arata Isozaki and Pierpaolo Maggiora Palahockey, Turin 2006

10-08-2005

Arata Isozaki and Pierpaolo Maggiora Palahockey, Turin 2006

A base 5 metres high, a volume in stainless steel measuring 183x100 m, seating for 12,332 spectators: this is the new hockey stadium that Turin has built for the Winter Olympics in 2006 in an area where other sports facilities define a large part of the city which will be of key importance for events, competitions and shows.

Milan. Old trade fair, City Life.<br> Libeskind, Hadid, Isozaki, Maggiora. 2004

05-04-2005

Milan. Old trade fair, City Life.
Libeskind, Hadid, Isozaki, Maggiora. 2004

Milan's old trade fair area will shortly be subjected to major renovations changing its structure, configuration and functions. 255 of its 400 thousand square metres have been redesigned by big names in international architecture today: Daniel Libeskind, Arata Isozaki, Zaha Hadid and Pier Paolo Maggiora.

Arata Isozaki: Convention Hall in Nara, Japan

22-07-2004

Arata Isozaki: Convention Hall in Nara, Japan

Nara was the capital city of Japan for about eighty years in the eighth century. Its architecture was based on a grid plan, with the imperial palace on its northern edge

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