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Born in Lima in , Ciriani moved to France in , where for a decade he was concerned primarily with the design of buildings with institutional and social functions, such as the residences at Marne-la-Vallee, the kindergarten and complex at Saint-Denis and the kitchens of Saint-Antoine Hospital in Paris.
With the '80s his work came to international attention through the design and construction of the Museum of the Great War at Peronne, the archaeological museum in Arles and residential projects in the Netherlands.
The monograph presents and analyzes over fifty works by Ciriani and describes his role within French and European architectural culture. For the first time the individual projects are illustrated not only by technical drawings and wide photographic coverage, but also by a rich selection of study sketches by Ciriani himself, who uses this tool to constantly monitor projects as they progress.
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This volume is the most complete, most recent monograph devoted to the work of Henri Ciriani, one of the recognized masters of French architecture since the s. Read more Read less. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. Register a free business account. After graduating at a very early age, he worked with the Instituto Nacional de la Vivienda, a goverment town planning organisation, executing several large-size projects. In the early sixties at Ventanilla, Matute and San Felipe, the democratic Peruvian government created a real laboratory for territorial experimentation, based on themes and methods belonging to the modern movement's building conceptions.
In these early executions Ciriani already began concentrating on the elaboration of complexity from simple architectural elements, often connected with traditional components of the home, taken apart and put back together in a contemporary organism. From then on, roads, public space, the typological complexity and social quality of architecture remain a system the author would never give up, refining his building research towards an increasingly intentional spatial quality of organisms, to be consciously filtered into a rich plasticity of the building.
After an extended briefing tour through Europe in the mid-sixties, he moved to Paris, worked with the Gornis studio, then was associated with the architect Borja Huidobro and the landscape designer Michel Corajoud until the mid-seventies.
Those were the days of the great competitions for the 'villes nouvelles', where Ciriani worked in association with the A. The designs for Dunkirk, l'Isle d'Abeau and Evry drafted between and were an essential passage for his territorial research, maturing an ever-closer connection between urban form and architectural form.
Ciriani opened hisown studio in , working on public housing programmes, completing a theoretic reflection on the intermediary scale between plan and project that he would call the 'little utopia of the urban "piece," the fragment having a dimension allowing to study road layout together with the type and its tectonic development. Noisy II, the Cour d'Angle and the nonexecuted Chambery design are the most significant undertakings of that period.
Taking an active part in the international debate in countless competitions, Ciriani, while reflecting on the housing fabric made a substantial contribution to the theme of collective building, where his critical research on the spatiality of the modern legacy appears with greater visibility.
The nursery schools at St. Denis and Torcy and the museums of Peronne and Arles express an ever greater care in defining the decomposition of the building, to make it adhere to its contextual problems without relinquishing its typological specificity. The defining of the 'tyical-atypical' concept with which Ciriani articulates the parts of the building, between 'typical' elements that still belong to function and 'atypical' ones that can be plastically connected with context, remains an important methodological approach for defining a trend of architectural composition freed from the analogical legacy.
Decomposition produces a reflection on methods of connection, leading Ciriani to work on the continuity of built bodies, with highly interesting morphological and plastic approaches, such as the latest designs under way for the INRIA centure and the Pontoise Court of Law.
Mauro Galantino was born in Bari in and graduated in Composition at Florence in After winning a scholarship he lived in Paris from to At that time he studied the urban aspects of the latest French planification while collaborating with the Piano, Chemetov, Devillers studios in drafting competitions. On the occasion of the project for the bicentenary of the French Revolution he met Vittorio Gregotti, and then moved to Milan to work in his studio from That same year he opened his own professional studio and began teaching at the Architecture School of Geneva, where he worked up to Since then he has been visiting professor at the University of Girona, the architecture schools of Strasborug and Paris Belleville, and the Lausanne polytechnic school, where he is presently visiting professor.
He entered a number of international competitions, winning recognition in Berlin and in Vienna for the seats of Parliament, at Florence where he won and executed Europan 2, at Milan where he built a church. He has published critical essays on Criani, Gregotti, Michelucci and Braillard, and an essay on eighteenth-century urban development in Bath. Henri Edouard Ciriani was born in Peru in and received his training in architecture in Lima.
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Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Verified Purchase. The book really bad photographs of all the buildings,they look as if they have been taken by armatures. Has a few good drawings. I have seen better books of this architect. But on the whole, its not worth the money paid.
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