Alvaro Siza Transforming Reality
Michael Blackwood Architecture Collection • Documentary, Special Interest, 01-Jan-2004
In Alvaro Siza: Transforming Reality Portugal's renowned architect reviews his work with architectural historian, Kenneth Frampton as they tour fifteen projects, including the Serralves Museum and the Aveiro University Library. Siza discusses his approach to architecture with Frampton, explaining that it is centered around the idea that the setting of a building is integral to its design and that a structure's design should reinforce its surroundings by both enhancing and highlighting its potential.
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