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L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui is the reference architecture review created in 1930 by André Bloc together with Le Corbusier. Re-launched in 2009 by the publishing house Archipress & Associates, the magazine is published six times a year and distributed worldwide. A prestigious committee supports the magazine, including Shigeru Ban, Patrick Bouchain, Frank Gehry, Renzo Piano, and many others. Faithful to the spirit of André Bloc, L’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui gives a critical look at the contemporary debates on the 21st century architecture.
In December 1972, AA dedicated his number 165 to the “Work Environment” with a black and white photograph of the Italian photojournalist Gianni Berengo Gardin (1930-) of the Olivetti headquarters designed by Professor Egon Eiermann (1904-1970) in Frankfurt in Germany.
aper: Hahnemühle photo Rag 308g/mA
Medium: “giclée” artprint with anti-aging pigment inks
Guarantee: certificate of authenticity signed by the architect
A2 ( 42 x 59.4 cm ) - 30 u - Unframed
A2 ( 42 x 59.4 cm ) - 30 u - Black brushed aluminium
A2 ( 42 x 59.4 cm ) - 30 u - Dibond mounting
A3 ( 42 x 29.7 cm ) - 50 u - Black brushed aluminium
A3 ( 42 x 29.7 cm ) - 50 u - Natural oak by Moebe
A3 ( 42 x 29.7 cm ) - 50 u - Dibond mounting
A4 ( 21 x 29.7 cm ) - 100 u - Black brushed aluminium
A4 ( 42 x 29.7 cm ) - 100 u - Natural oak by Moebe
A4 ( 42 x 29.7 cm ) - 100 u - Dibond mounting
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