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Airports: J-S-K Architects / SIAT [2e]



By: K. Kruger-Heyden (Author)

Language: English

Genre: Art, Architecture Photography

Publisher: Ernst Wasmuth: 2nd Revised edition edition (1 Feb. 2002)

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The original title of the book: Airports: J-S-K Architects / SIAT [2e]

With ever more people flying to ever more places, airport design grows ever more complicated, pressing, crucial, and fascinating. Leading German firm JSK Architekten have worked intensely on these burgeoning global interchanges, balancing innovation and practicality with an emphasis on people. Completed and ongoing projects in Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Berlin, and Athens are illustrated here, along with competition designs for airports in Hong Kong and Shanghai. This is Wasmuth's second volume on the work of JSK Architekten.

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