Book review: Atelier Ten Invisible Architecture

Atelier Ten is a London-based engineering practice with offices around the world. For twenty-five years they have specialized in sustainable design, collaborating with such architects as Grimshaw, Hopkins, Wilkinson Eyre and Robert A. M. Stern. Among their most famous projects are Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, Tour Carpe Diem near Paris, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Federation Square in Melbourne. A wealth of photographs, drawings and diagrams, combined with explanatory text, provide a fascinating insight into Atelier Ten’s pioneering green engineering. This book gives a detailed overview of the practice through a series of highly illustrated, thematic essays and covers all their major works since their foundation. It will appeal to engineers and architects alike. About the Author Peter and Charlotte Fiell are the authors of over 20 books on design and the visual arts, including Scandinavian Design, The Story of Design, Designing the 21st Century and the bestselling 1000 Chairs. Keep following Best Design Books for the best books reviews! See also: Book review: Calatrava Book gets an Updated Version Source:

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