Bernard Tschumi (Architecture/Design Series)
Acclaimed as one of the world's foremost modern architects, Bernard Tschumi achieved early fame by winning the competition to design the Parc de la Villette on the north-east edge of Paris, featuring bright red "deconstructivist" pavilions. Tschumi is widely credited with leading the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at New York's Columbia University into the digital age and positioning the school at the forefront of the architectural vanguard. During his 15-year tenure, Tschumi has continued to build and the results are amply illustrated in this monograph, which documents Tschumi's full career.
By: K. Michael Hays