Architect to Lady Gaga and Nicola Formichetti, Mark Foster Gage has spent 20 years leading the digital architectural avant-garde, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in architecture and design and exploding expectations. This volume features built and unbuilt work from around the globe, from a penthouse in downtown Manhattan to retail stores in Hong Kong. The work shown goes beyond traditional architecture to the realm of fashion and fine art, and includes Gage s celebrated Valentine s Sculpture for Times Square, a 3-D-printed outfit for Lady Gaga, as well as designs for Google Glass, Solar Flowers, and robotic tulips. Mark Foster Gage, whose work Harper s Bazaar has called effortlessly chic and who has been labelled a boundary breaker, is a visionary for today. Filled with surprises and creations of wonder, such as a tower for New York s 57th Street with mouthlike balconies on giant wings or a retail space bedecked with a hundred-faceted mirror, Gage s work at once challenges expectations of what architecture might be and, as well, frequently fills one with a sense of excitement. Gage s work is further elucidated in the book by the critical musings of eminent architects and cultural touchstones Peter Eisenman and Robert A.M. Stern.
Product code: BRGYL
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
Dimensions: 22.3cm x 30.2cm
Publish date: 25/09/2018
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