Announcement: September 12, 2014.
BOUTIQUE RESTAURANTS, ARCHITECTURE REVIEW 2012, 1000 X EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE , ATLAS OF WORLD ARCHITECTURE
UPI-2M design was featured in many publications during the year 2012. Four great book titles bring our projects Arena Zagreb and Culture Club Revelin together with some world known architects and practices such as OMA Architects, Zaha Hadid, Santiago Caltrava, BIG Architects, Snohetta, Fosters, SOMAA. A book BOUTIQUE RESTAURANTS from series ‘World Interior Design’, published by Phoenix is a collection of some of the most creative restaurant designs in the world, including “45 works from extraordinary designers, architects and design company. Each project is shown in terms of the whole space layout and detail in the space with words of the design specifications and design highlights, which make readers learn the design concept thoroughly and get intuitive reference value”. UPI-2M project Culture Club Revelin is a part of this book. ARCHITECTURE REPORT 2012, published by Rihan CC represents a systematic review of recent world architecture highlights. A book is divided in 4 segments – commercial, office, landscape design and sports venues with Arena Zagreb here introduced. Braun publishing issued two compendiums that both launched Arena Zagreb. A title 1000 x European Architecture consists projects from all parts of the continent that have been selected to create a representative overview of the latest European architecture. The great variety of European architecture is guaranteed because there is only one project presented per architect with high-quality pictures and plans. Particular emphasis has been placed on making sure that many small creative and surprising buildings are presented alongside more familiar projects. ATLAS OF WORLD ARCHITECTURE is a compendium that presents an international exhibition of contemporary architecture against a backdrop of global trends, local traditions, functional demands, economical constraints and individual styles. “The selection includes stunning designs from the most sought-after architects and talented up-and-coming companies, demonstrating new interpretations of forms to suit anticipated future demands. The worldwide turbulence of the past years have led to a correspondingly unparalleled diversity of buildings The Atlas of World Architecture sets a benchmark for buildings of all typologies from the past five years that have earned their place in architectural history”.
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