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eBook Mound Stand: Lord's Cricket Ground London 1987 Michael Hopkins  Partners (Architecture in Detail, 01) download ISBN: 1854545582
Author: Dave Bower,Michael Hopkins and Partners,David Jenkins
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc (July 1, 1997)
Language: English
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David Jenkins (Author), Dave Bower (Author), Michael Hopkins and Partners (Author) & 0 more. The common layout of the books in the series is: essay, photographs, specially commissioned drawings, reference details (bibliography and chronology)

David Jenkins (Author), Dave Bower (Author), Michael Hopkins and Partners (Author) & 0 more. The common layout of the books in the series is: essay, photographs, specially commissioned drawings, reference details (bibliography and chronology). Each of these monographs is designed to be a complete and accurate archival record and intended to be the standard reference on that building for students and scholars as well as practising architects. Series: Architecture in Detail, 01 (Book 1).

David Jenkins, Dave Bower. An introductory essay preceding numerous coloured and black and white illustrations tells the story of this pavilion which was designed by Michael Hopkins and built for the public at Lords Cricket Ground and funded by Paul. An introductory essay preceding numerous coloured and black and white illustrations tells the story of this pavilion which was designed by Michael Hopkins and built for the public at Lords Cricket Ground and funded by Paul Getty. It is a highly technical version of the traditional village green marquee. The pavilion itself is described as having a traditional brickwork colonnade supporting a fabric roof which lets diffused light through onto the stand below.

This spectacular pavilion by Michael Hopkins and Partners is a high-tech reinterpretation of the traditional marquee. Since its completion in 1987 it has become an extraordinarily well-respected building. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

The Mound Stand, Lord’s Cricket Ground London 1987 Architects: Michael Hopkins and Partners Text: David Jenkins Photographs: Dave Bower This spectacular pavilion is, in effect, a modern reinterpretation of the traditional village green marquee. Wood Foreword by Sir Hugh Casson ISBN 0 442 30821 3 04 The Renault Centre Swindon 1982 Architect: Norman Foster Text: Chris Abel Photographs: Dennis Gilbert ISBN 0 442 30826 4 05 The Financial Times Print Works London 1988 Architects: Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners Text: David Jenkins Photographs: Jo Reid and John Peck ISBN 0 442 30819 1.

An introductory essay preceding numerous coloured and black and white illustrations tells the story of this pavilion which was designed by Michael Hopkins and built for the public at Lords Cricket Ground and funded by Paul Getty.

Michael Hopkins and Partners.

Architecture in detail ; 01. Architecture in detail ; 1. Note. First published in 1991 by Architecture Design and Technology Press, London"-2nd prelim. Mound Stand (Lord's Cricket Ground, London, England) - History. Cricket grounds - England - Design and construction. London (England) - Buildings, structures, etc. Added Author. Michael Hopkins and Partners.

Sir Michael John Hopkins CBE RA (born 7 May 1935) is an English architect. Michael Hopkins was born in Poole, Dorset, and educated at Sherborne School and trained at the Architectural Association. He worked for Frederick Gibberd before entering into partnership with Norman Foster, where he was the project architect of the Willis Faber headquarters in Ipswich.

01 The Mound Stand, Lord& Cricket Ground London 1987 Architects: Michael Hopkins and Partners Text: David Jenkins Photographs: Dave Bower ISBN 0 442 30820 5 02 The Joseph Shops London 1983& Architect: Eva Jiricna Text: Jose Manser Photographs: Richard.

01 The Mound Stand, Lord& Cricket Ground London 1987 Architects: Michael Hopkins and Partners Text: David Jenkins Photographs: Dave Bower ISBN 0 442 30820 5 02 The Joseph Shops London 1983& Architect: Eva Jiricna Text: Jose Manser Photographs: Richard Bryant and Alastair Hunter ISBN 0 442 30827 2 03 Red House Bexleyheath 1859 Architect: Philip Webb Text: Edward Hollamby

Currently one of my favourite buildings is the Mound Stand at Lord's Cricket Ground, designed by Michael Hopkins and Partners. For me it is reminiscent of long hot summer afternoons, of tents and guy-ropes and the enjoyment of a good game of cricket.

Currently one of my favourite buildings is the Mound Stand at Lord's Cricket Ground, designed by Michael Hopkins and Partners. The stand can be seen in three layers: the very strong base of brick arches, the middle section made of glass block and metal

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An introductory essay preceding numerous coloured and black and white illustrations tells the story of this pavilion which was designed by Michael Hopkins and built for the public at Lords Cricket Ground and funded by Paul Getty. It is a highly technical version of the traditional village green marquee. The pavilion itself is described as having a traditional brickwork colonnade supporting a fabric roof which lets diffused light through onto the stand below. A particular feature of the structure is the manner in which the roof is suspended by a system of tensed steel cables and compression members held in balance. This monograph gives an illustrated narrative account of how this work came about, analyzes its performance and documents the building by means of a full set of scaled technical drawings which emphasize the steel riggins and fittings and by 30 pages of large-format photographs (many in colour). The text is intended for use by architects and architectural students; it is also expected that cricket enthusiasts will find the book of interest. As part of the "Architecture in Detail" series this book does not carry a contents list. The common layout of the books in the series is: essay, photographs, specially commissioned drawings, reference details (bibliography and chronology). Each of these monographs is designed to be a complete and accurate archival record and intended to be the standard reference on that building for students and scholars as well as practising architects.