Expanding the Center

Expanding the Center : Walker Art Center and Herzog and De Meuron

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The Walker Art Center recently opened its expanded space, which includes a new theater, a new restaurant and more galleries, but is best known for being Herzog & de Meuron's first public building in the United States. The project drew national coverage from media including "The New York Times." "Expanding the Center" addresses this public interest in the building with a generous selection of images, including sketches, renderings and photographs of the construction process and the completed work. Herzog & de Meuron's shimmering but grounded design mirrors the textures and shades of the Walker's original space, and an institutional philosophy based in innovation and risk-taking, the exploration of alternative approaches to learning, the experimental use of technologies to communicate information, and the design of spaces to enhance a variety of museum experiences. The book is organized around the decisions and actions of the architects, builders, Walker staff and the audience--i.e. designing, constructing, unveiling, staging, gathering, patterning, framing, collecting--and highlights the thinking that led to the visible form of the Center as well as the innovative projects and initiatives that give it its inimitable character.

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  • Paperback | 255 pages
  • 167.6 x 238.8 x 15.2mm | 90.72g
  • Walker Art Centre,U.S.
  • MinneapolisUnited States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0935640843
  • 9780935640847
  • 599,238

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