January 1, 1992
A beautifully produced 'best of' Barragan's creations. This Mexicanarchitect, famous for his use of colour and his love of gardens, believed that 'human life' refers to the sum total of physical, vegetative, instinctive, and spiritual functions. Architecture had to satisfy all those needs. Some thirteen projects by Barragan are extensively photographed and give an impression of the way he gave concrete form to this ideology.
257 p., 30 x 30 cm