November 1, 1998
Santiago Calatrava has not only revived the art of constructing bridges - his buildings as well transcend the purely functional and heighten the quality of their surroundings with their sculptural character. Calatrava first achieved recognition with the Stadelhofen train station in Zurich.
His reputation grew with the completion of further innovative projects such as the Cathedral of St. John the Divine (New York), Teneriffa's concert hall and the Milwaukee Art Museum expansion project. Most recently he attracted worldwide attention with the 2004 Olympic Stadium in Athens.
392 p., 29 x 25 cm