Style & Design We Like – Renzo Piano


There’s a consistent elegance and balance to Renzo Piano’s work that we
like at Red Maps. His reinterpretation of architectural standards, such as
expressing the structure, defining the base, middle and top, exquisite
fenestration, and designing in-context to his surroundings.
Here are some examples:

California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. Photo by Hickey Robertson for the Pritzker Prize Committee

California Academy of Sciences

Paul Klee Museum

Central St Giles Convent Garden, London

Cy Twombly Pavilion at the Menil Collection in Houston Photo by Hickey Robertson for the Pritzker Prize Committee

Other photographic images from web.

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