The Architecture of London 2012
by Tom Dyckhoff et al
Discovery Miles 2 490
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- Professional and scholarly
- This guide describes the buildings created for the London 2012 Games, including both permanent and temporary structures built for the Olympic Park and venues across the city. Two of Britain's most incisive and entertaining writers on contemporary architecture and design, Tom Dyckhoff and Claire Barrett, examine what's been built, who designed the work and how it is set to transform London itself. Considering the human as well as the architectural stories behind the designs, they also look at how the programme for the 2012 Games has pioneered a new level of sustainability and explore the lasting legacy of London 2012.
- City of Publication
- New York
- Country of Publication
- Date of Publication
- 16 March 2012
- Number of Pages
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- SPORTS & RECREATION / Olympics
- Olympic & Paralympic games
- London, Greater London
- c 2010 to c 2020
- ANF:Architecture and Planning
- The Architecture of London 2012
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