Bohlin Cywinski Jackson (Hardcover)

The Nature of Circumstance

By Bohlin Cywinkski Jackson, Glenn Murcutt (Foreword by), Will Bruder (Contributions by), Tom Kundig (Contributions by), John Reynolds (Contributions by)

Rizzoli, 9780847832934, 420pp.

Publication Date: May 25, 2010

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Description

A profoundly humane architecture that celebrates a sense of place, context, ecological sensitivity, and an innovative use of materials. Widely acclaimed for designs that feature environmental sensitivity and meticulous attention to detail linking people, buildings, and nature, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s virtuoso residential and public projects showcased in this sequel to Arcadian Architecture are presented in detail, with sumptuous new color photography, conceptual sketches, presentation drawings, and construction documents. Included in this volume are the Apple stores, evoking the brand’s high-tech cool through sustainable design and ecologically sound materials.


About the Author

Peter Q. Bohlin, Bernard J. Cywinski, and Jon C. Jackson founded their practice in 1965. The firm has eleven principals and over forty associates, with offices in Wilkes-Barre, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Seattle, and San Francisco. Bohlin Cywinski Jackson has received more than 380 regional, national, and international awards. Glenn Murcutt has won numerous awards, including the Thomas Jefferson Medal for Architecture in 2001 and the Pritzker Prize for Architecture in 2002.


Praise For Bohlin Cywinski Jackson: The Nature of Circumstance

"[Bohlin Cywinski Jackson's] body of work, which spans 45 years and ranges from small vacation houses to Apple’s striking retail stores, is based on the idea that architecture should murmur rather than shout, and that it isn’t about style. Instead, it’s about responding to a building’s context in every sense of the word — a process that is described in the new, aptly titled monograph, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson: The Nature of Circumstance, published by Rizzoli." ~New York Times T Magazine Blog