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    A Celebration of Fluidity and Complexity

    El Croquis 179-180 delves into the world of SANAA, the Tokyo-based architectural firm known for its innovative and experimental approach to architecture. Spanning the period from 2011 to 2015, this two-volume issue showcases the firm’s commitment to creating fluid and complex spaces that blur the boundaries between architecture, art, and landscape.

    Beyond the Surface:

    While SANAA is often associated with its iconic buildings, such as the New Museum in New York City and the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London, El Croquis 179-180 expands the perspective, revealing the breadth of the firm’s work. The publication features over 30 notable projects, ranging from museums and galleries to cultural centers and residential buildings.

    Highlights of the Issue:

    • New Museum in New York City: This museum, located in Manhattan, is characterized by its fluid and organic forms. The building’s undulating facades and interior spaces create a sense of movement and dynamism.

    • Serpentine Gallery Pavilion in London: This annual temporary pavilion, built in the Serpentine Gallery’s garden in Hyde Park, is a showcase for innovative and experimental architecture. SANAA’s 2013 pavilion was a delicate structure made of translucent fabric, which undulated in the wind.

    • Rehabilitation Center in Kobe, Japan: This rehabilitation center, located in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, is designed to promote healing and recovery. The building’s fluid and open spaces create a sense of calm and serenity.

    • Opera House in Oslo, Norway: This opera house, located on the waterfront of Oslo, is characterized by its dramatic and sculptural forms. The building’s undulating roof and interior spaces create a sense of movement and dynamism.

    • Therme Vals in Switzerland: This thermal spa, located in the Swiss Alps, is characterized by its simple and elegant forms. The building’s use of local materials, such as stone and wood, creates a sense of harmony with the surrounding landscape.

    Beyond just stunning visuals, the issue delves into the core principles that define SANAA’s architecture:

    • Fluid Space: SANAA’s buildings are often characterized by their fluid and organic forms, which blur the boundaries between interior and exterior spaces.
    • Complex Composition: SANAA’s buildings are often composed of a variety of materials and textures, creating a sense of richness and depth.
    • Sensuous Experience: SANAA’s buildings are designed to be experienced through all of the senses, creating a multi-sensory environment.

    El Croquis 179-180 is a captivating journey into the world of SANAA, offering a deeper understanding of their architectural language and its profound impact on contemporary design. It is a must-read for anyone interested in fluidity, complexity, and the power of architecture to create sensory experiences.

    Additional Tips:

    • Include quotes from SANAA or other architects reflecting on their work to add depth and critical perspective.
    • Highlight their numerous awards and recognitions, showcasing their global influence.
    • Consider incorporating sketches and drawings, providing a glimpse into the early stages of their creative process.

    I hope this provides a solid foundation for your exploration of SANAA’s work in El Croquis! Remember, your passion for their architecture will shine through, making it a truly captivating exploration of their innovative and experimental approach to design.

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