By Cheryl Kent; Forward by David Gordon; Photography by Jeff Millies
The complete and definitive book on the first project built in the U.S. by world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. The essay clearly explains the importance of the building to the Museum and the city of Milwaukee, the novel construction challenges, and Calatrava's thoughts about the site, the design, and his art. New photography catches the building in its many moods, and illustrates both its external dynamism and its breathtaking interior spaces.
Hardcover, 128 pages with 100 color photographs and illustrations.
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