The Limits of Form
Alejandro Hernández Gálvez
A beautifully designed and extensively illustrated monograph tells the story of one of North America’s leading firms, TEN Architects, based in New York City and Mexico City. Founded in 1986 by principal Enrique Norten, TEN has grown to 70 members and left its mark on a wide variety of award-winning projects in architecture and planning. Among TEN’s marquee projects are the Guggenheim Museum, Guadalajara; One York (residential building) and Hotel Americano, New York; Rutgers University Livingston Campus and Business School (New Jersey); Amparo Museum (Puebla). Award-winners include Mexico City’s Hotel HABITA, the Xochimilco Master Plan and Aquarium, and Orange County Great Park, the first great urban park of the 21st century. A fitting book for an important firm.
8.5 x 11.5 inches / 296 pp / 41 b/w and 483 color
Retail Price: $42.50