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The surreal visions of Hernán Díaz Alonso/HDA-X.

By: Díaz Alonso, Hernán.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Thames and Hudson, 2019Description: 397 pages : chiefly illustrations (chiefly colour) ; 24 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780500343500; 0500343500.Subject(s): Díaz Alonso, Hernán | HDA-x (Studio) | Xefirotarch (Studio) | Architecture, Modern -- 21st century | SurrealismDDC classification: 720.92/2 | 720.92 Summary: "The definitive collection of spaces, constructs and imaginings by one of the most daring architects working today."-- Back cover.
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Hernán Díaz Alonso, one of today's most influential and innovative architects, heads a multidisciplinary design practice, based in Los Angeles, called HDA-X (formerly Xefirotarch). Praised for its work at the intersection of design, animation, interactive environments, and radical architectural explorations, HDA- X combines these disciplines to create plans for sculptures, architectural ventures, and various objects. Featuring plans for the Helsinki Central Library, a Budapest Museum, and major architectural projects in Barcelona, this book is a spectacular survey of Díaz Alonso's cutting-edge designs.With an essay by Benjamin H. Bratton and an interview with Díaz Alonso, The Surreal Visions of Hernán Díaz Alonso/HDA-X is perfect for architecture students, teachers, and practitioners, as well as anyone with a passion for design.

Hernán Díaz Alonso is the founder and principal of Los Angeles-based design practice HDA-x (formerly Xefirotarch)--Wikipedia.

"The definitive collection of spaces, constructs and imaginings by one of the most daring architects working today."-- Back cover.