Become an Architect with Tadao Ando
A fun-filled way to learn about architecture, this activity book allows young readers to build their own structures guided by one of the world’s greatest architects, Tadao Ando.
Tadao Ando is a Japanese self-taught architect, and winner of the Pritzker Prize. His architectural style is said to create a haiku effect, emphasizing nothingness and empty spaces to represent the beauty of simplicity.
With more than 200 stickers, this book encourages children to observe some of Ando’s major buildings (4×4 House in Kobe, Japan, Modern Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, Jaeneung Culture Center in Seoul, South Korea, Church of the Light in Ibaraki, Japan or Bourse du Commerce in Paris, France) and re-create them in an accurate or whimsical way.
Includes sticker sheets with shapes inspired by tangram, to create dozens of unique and original artworks, combining stickers and drawing.
A hands-on learning experience, this delightful book shows children how architecture works. A unique gift that will delight and inspire little builders.
Rights sold in Simple Chinese.
- From 7 up
- Hardcover ● 21 x 28,5 cm
- with 200 stickers
- EAN : 9782330137960 ● 18,90 € ● 2021