Ramp / Rem Koolhaas, Irma Boom
By: Koolhaas, Rem.
Contributor(s): Boom, Irma.Material type: BookSeries: Elements of architecture ; 15.Publisher: Venecia : Marsilio, 2014Description: 92 p. : il. (algunas col.) ; 19 cm.ISBN: 9788831720199; 9788891013088.Subject(s): Rampas | Historia | ArquitecturaDDC classification: 721 Summary: A ramp can be a device that changes political systems, triggers revolution. Ramps can announce a new age a new art, a new lifestyle without furniture, even a new relationship between humans and animals. Ramps can liberate architecture and people. Two men, both born in early 1923, defined the two extremes of the ramp – accessibility and idealism – in the last century: Tim Nugent, born 1923, declared the universal necessity of adapting the ramp to facilitate every type of human body.
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Accompanying the exhibition elements of architecture at the 2014 Venice architecture biennale.