Item description for Massimiliano Fuksas: Ferrari Research Center by Massimiliano Fuksas...
The Ferrari Industrial Complex, an extraordinary campus devoted to designing and testing Ferrari cars, has been testing some major design changes of its own. World-renowned Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas's new research center, built between the wind tunnel and the mechanics' building, will now host the offices of Ferrari Technical Management. Its rectangular bamboo forest and ground-level reflecting pool are meant to offer a micro-climate for "the realization of a dream." The floor plans, construction photos and renderings collected here suggest that Fuksas has succeeded, as does a shot of a crowd of Ferrari-ans in dark suits filing up one of the building's apparently unsupported staircases in a line, while one of their number bolts joyfully, blurrily, past them to the top. This book, with its yellow endpapers and metallic-red-edged pages, succeeds both in capturing Fuksas's work and tapping into readers' intense interest in one of the world's most recognizable luxury brands.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 6.7" Height: 1" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2006
ISBN 8495951967 ISBN13 9788495951960
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More About Massimiliano Fuksas
Massimiliano Fuksas has received numerous awards including the prestigious French Grand Prix d'Architecture. He has taught at Columbia University and the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris. Luca Molinari is a professor at the University of Naples II. He is a regular contributor to architectural journals including Domus, Abitare, Lotus, Area, Archis, A+U, and Vanity Fair Italy. He is the author of Santiago Calatrava (Skira, 1999) and Mario Botta Public Buildings (Skira, 1998).
Massimiliano Fuksas currently resides in Rome. Massimiliano Fuksas was born in 1944.