Tadao Ando Bibliography

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Tadao Ando Bibliography – Recommended Books 

This bibliography consists of a selective list of books relating to Tadao Ando.

Tadao Ando Biblography

Ando: Complete Works 1975-2014

Publisher: Taschen; SEW edition (October 25, 2014)

Nonfiction, Architecture, 720 pages
ISBN: 3836553945

The Tadao touch: Ando’s complete works to date 1975-2014. Philippe Starck describes him as a “mystic in a country which is no longer mystic.” Philip Drew calls his buildings “land art” as they “struggle to emerge from the earth.” He is the only architect to have won the discipline’s four most prestigious prizes: the Pritzker, Carlsberg, Praemium Imperiale, and Kyoto Prize.
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Tadao Ando El croquis

Tadao Ando 1983-2000 (English and Spanish Edition)

El Croquis (October 1, 2000)
Nonfiction, Architecture
ISBN: 8488386141
Updated and revised omnibus edition on Tadao Ando covering projects from 1983 to 2000. Added are his latest buildings such as the Daylight Museum in Shiga and the Eychaner/Lee House in Chicago, and a recent interview with and an essay by William J.R. Curtis.
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Tadao Ando: Conversations with Students

Conversations With Studentsk
Nonfiction, Architecture, 96 pages

ISBN: 1616890703

The newest volume in our popular Conversations series features Japanese architect Tadao Ando. One of the most celebrated living architects, Ando is best known for crafting serenely austere structures that fuse Japanese building traditions with Western modernism. His minimalist masterworks-geometric forms clad in silky-smooth exposed concrete-are suffused with natural light and set in perfect harmony with the landscape. In these highlights from lectures delivered at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Architecture, Ando candidly describes his experiences as a largely self-taught practitioner, tracing his development from an early interest in the traditional building craft of his native Japan through his political awakening in the turbulent 1960s to his current stature as one of the world’s foremost architects. In addition to exploring his aesthetic influences and working process, Ando offers students a road map not only for maintaining professional integrity, but also for becoming effective agents of change in the world.
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Extended Bibliography of  Tadao Ando:

Bibliography of the Architectural Asociation