Atmosphere: The Shape of Things to Come


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A book that inspires and guides you through the key trends and influences for architecture and design.

Not just another book on architecture and design, Atmosphere invites, encourages and motivates. The atmosphere is a useful and meaningful metaphor for the artistic climate that fills our lives and responds to our sensors. Here, too, one can distinguish various layers that can be analysed and reduced to the basic components of any creative effort: form, colour and material.

This book explores seven atmospheric layers that not only exist simultaneously but – owing to their fleeting nature – can easily merge to form new combinations, over and over again. Atmosphere is a seven-part exploration of the themes that spark such work. It delves into a renewed interest in handicrafts, into creases and crinkles as generators of form, into nature as an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Learn how designers deal with the chill perfection of computer-aided design and how they counter a period of baroque extravagance. Each chapter is lavishly illustrated with recent work by top designers, architects and artists. Here's hoping the oxygen in Atmosphere will be pumped into future projects – including yours.

Publication Details

  • Released 2007
  • Frame Publishers
  • Edited by Hanneke Kamphuis and Hedwig van Onna
  • English
  • 240 pages / full colour / hard cover
  • 230 x 297 mm
  • ISBN 978-90-77174-09-8
  • €49.90 (excluding shipping costs)

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