Helmut Jahn (born January 4, 1940) is a German-American architect, designer of dozens of major buildings throughout the world.
Some of the better known among his creations are the US$800 million Sony Center on the Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, the Messeturm in Frankfurt and the One Liberty Place, forme
As architect for the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, Hadid was asked about the possibility of creating a neutral space to house art. She contended, "'Neutral space' is a wishful oxymoron. All space is colored by individual memory and experience." The experience and memory this world-fam
He hails from the land of tea and crumpets, but Nigel Coates first found success in a country better known for sushi and sake. But though Japan was the first to embrace his futuristic, semi-permanent "pop" stylings, it wasn't long before his buttoned-down countrymen recognized Coates' avant-garde vis
As an advocate of "radical eclecticism," Charles Jencks is architecture's prince of Postmodern plurality. For Jencks, Postmodernism is a movement that is irreducibly multiple, located between the demands of past aesthetics and those of present-day technologies and struggles. Broad