Hariri & Hariri Architecture: Leading Architects
Regarded by critics to be one of the most progressive American firms to be seen in the last 30 years, Hariri & Hariri Architecture was established in 1986 by Iranian-born Cornell-educated sisters, Gisue Hariri and Mojgan Hariri. Their work imbues their own unique brand of modernism across conceptual, residential, commercial and institutional works.
A follow-up to the acclaimed Hariri & Hariri Buildings from 2010, this new monograph showcases the firm's dedication to the research and construction of innovative ideas. The firm has been commissioned for a number of high-profile projects, including the now iconic Sagaponac House, the first of numerous homes by internationally acclaimed architects gathered by Richard Meier and the late Coco Brown for the 'Houses at Sagaponac' development in Long Island, New York, and the firm continues to be involved in numerous commercial and residential projects currently in development in the Middle East. Richly photographed throughout and featuring detailed plans, the book chronicles in glorious detail the fine output of this dynamic duo and their influence on architecture and design across the globe. The monograph:
- Delves into the process, depth of research and innovation employed by this much-celebrated and progressive New York-based firm, from architecture to design creations for various collections
- Includes several highly celebrated recent projects, namely the world-renowned residential project Sternbrauerei Salzburg, in Austria, known as 'The Jewels of Salzburg'; a mixed-use residential/retail project in Xi an, China; an office/residential building in Dallas' new Arts Center; a residential development in Cape Cod; and a one-of-a kind 'Rock Crystal' chandelier and jewelry collection for Swarovski
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By Hariri & Hariri
Images Publishing, 2017
Hardcover, 256 pages
9 x 1 x 12.2 inches
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