Even architecture is not immune to the compelling momentum created by our information-age society. This postindustrial mood is expressed in the designs of Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas.
Koolhaas has always had different ways of engaging the modern than his colleagues -- most of whom (he feels) att
Libeskind is often classed as an architect of memory, of death or of monuments. This is true for his earlier paper works and his writings, informed by his education at the The Cooper Union with John Hedjuk and at Essex University with Dalibor Vesely, but his later career sucesses following the World
Peter Eisenman was the leader of a loosely knit group of New York architects, called the New York Five (John Hejduk, Michael Graves, Charles Gwathmey, and Richard Meier rounded out the five), who made an effort to introduce a theory and artistry of architecture as rigorous as that of the European ava