The MIT Lectures
Santiago Calatrava, Cecilia Lewis Kausel, Ann Pendleton Jullian
This edition is out-of-print
35 b/w illustrations
Publication date: 7/1/2002
|This is the first time that I have made the commitment to give a series of talks with the specific intention of communicating my experience. The things I am saying, I am saying for the next generation-people who will set and invent other styles and who will find their own way, just as I have integrated the works of those who have been working before me.-from Santiago Calatrava: Conversations with Students With these words, Santiago Calatrava launched a recent series of lectures at MIT filled with insight, anecdote, and hard information about the practice of design. As the most important figure at the intersection of architecture and engineering, Calatrava reflects on his person path and ties it to his design work. Includes original sketches by Calatrava.|
Santiago Calatrava is one of the world's leading architects working today. He lives in Zurich and maintains an office in Paris.