Architecture in Context: Helin Workshop

Architecture in Context: Helin Workshop (Peter Davey, Birkhäuser 2011) is a monograph about Pekka Helin and his Helin & Co Architects, one of the leading Finland-based architectural firms.

The copy in stock is in very good condition; there are only some minor signs of shelf wear on the covers. The previous owner’s bookplate has been cut from the front flyleaf.

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Architecture in Context: Helin Workshop is a monograph about Pekka Helin and his Helin & Co Architects, one of the leading Finland-based architectural firms. It has been complied by Peter Davey with a contribution by Riitta Nikula, Professor Emerita in art history.

The book presents a variety of projects from Pekka Helin’s long career: private villas, houses, apartment buildings, urban developments and areal plans as well as administrative and office buildings. The rich illustration consists of colour photographs and architectural drawings. The book also contains an introduction to the Helin & Co practice and a chronological catalogue of works.

Helin & Co’s buildings exude integrity and gentle authority: quiet, thoughtful, humane but tough – thoroughly Finnish.
— Peter Davey, Architecture in Context: Helin Workshop (Birkhäuser 2011)

The copy in stock is in very good condition; there are only some minor signs of shelf wear on the covers. The previous owner’s bookplate has been cut from the front flyleaf.

Weight 1518 g
Dimensions 30.5 × 24.5 × 2.5 cm
Author(s)

Peter Davey

Publisher

Birkhäuser

Publishing year

2011

Language

Images

 architectural drawings, colour photos

Binding

Hardcover

Condition

Number of pages

224

ISBN

978-3-0346-0604-2