Signed by Architect Richard Meier and Kenneth Frampton

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Richard Meier: Architect 1985-1991.


Item Number: 880

New York: Rizzoli, 1991.

First edition. Warmly inscribed by Richard Meier on the title page. Also signed by Kenneth Frampton who contributed an essay to this monograph. Fine in a fine dust jacket.

Richard Meier won both the Pritzker Prize (1984) and the AIA Gold Medal (1997). He has built the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, the City Hall and Central Library, and The Hague Getty Center, Los Angeles. Meier builds onto the style of the mid-20th century architects. The early work of Le Corbusier is a particular inspiration, and most of Meier's work has been inspired by Corbusier's idea, more at least, than anyone. Of course, Meier expanded from his predecessor. Some examples are the Villa Savoye and the Swiss Pavilion.

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