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A SUSTAINABLE BODEGA AND HOTEL: JOHN SPENCE, PATRICK BELLEW AND ANDY BOW. Ed. by Nina Rappaport and Henry Chan. Yale School of Architecture, Yale University, New Haven, 2017. Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Architecture Fellowship, 10. Distributed by Actar D/Actar Distribution Inc., New York. 168 pp. with 104 ills. (92 col.). 24 x 19 cm. LC 2017-938455 ISBN 9781945150067 In English.
Publisher's description: A Sustainable Bodega and Hotel in Rioja presents the studio of the Yale Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Architecture Fellowship taught by John Spence, entrepreneur and chairman of Karma Resorts worldwide with architect Andy Bow, a senior partner at Foster & Partners in London; environmental engineer Patrick Bellew, principal of Atelier Ten; and Timothy Newton of the Yale faculty. The studio proposed designs for a world-class winery and hotel complex in Rioja, Spain where wineries are both vernacular and exuberant in design. The students were challenged to address social, economic, and environmental sustainability in a holistic and integrated way. The project resulted in a range of strategies to sustainably harvest, engage local workforce, integrate landscape, and source materials responsibly. The project features attractions and symbiotic food production to facilitate tourist visits. Edited by Henry Chan and Nina Rappaport the book is designed by MGMT.design and is distributed by Actar D.
Artist(s):Spence, John; Bellew, Patrick; Bow, Andy
Indexing: Western — United States — Post-2000 — Architecture
Plans: 73,55
Worldwide Number: 174342
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