Now in paperback, this is Peter Rice's autobiography. Rice was widely acclaimed as the greatest structural engineer of his generation, a man whom, in Renzo Piano's words, could design structures 'like a pianist who can play with his eyes shut'. Working with many of the world's greatest architects on buildings that became icons of contemporary architecture, he brought a uniquely poetic feeling to his work.
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All concerned with these issues in our built environment should take the trouble to read it. -- The Architects' Journal
With more than a professional savoir-faire, the author has tried to communicate his enthusiasm and his passion to explore new trends in architecture through his work. -- L'Architecture d'aujourd'hui
[T]he book is fascinating and for those who would like to understand what engineers give to architecture, here is much of it. It is a worthy memorial to a gifted man who died far too young. -- RSA Journal
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Descripción Artemis, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111899858113