The Architecture of WOHA
Pesaro Publishing | ISBN 9781877015168
Hardback – 400 pages
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WOHA, a Singapore-based practice formed by Wong Mun Summ and Richard Hassell, is one of the most influential and successful architectural firms in Asia. A reflective conceptual approach aligned with an insistence on meticulous detailing has resulted in an elegant architectural expression, one that is unique to WOHA. This approach, combining an adventurous temperament with technological dexterity, has seen WOHA's architecture move well beyond the constraints of regional tropical design. This comprehensive monograph details all WOHA's significant projects (built and unbuilt) since the inception of the practice in 1994. Each project is illustrated with external and internal photographs, formal drawings and project text.
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