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Philip Jodidio

Author of Architecture Now! 1

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About the Author

Philip Jodidio was the Editor in Chief of the leading French art monthly Connaissance des Arts from 1979 to 2002.
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Philip Jodidio who was born in New Jersey in 1954, studied art history and economics at Harvard. He has been editor-in-chief of the French art magazine Connaissance des Arts in Paris since 1980 & is a member of many scientific committees and juries. Among the numerous studies and books he has published on contemporary architecture are the Taschen series on contemporary American, European and Japanese architects as well as monographs on Norman Foster, Tadao Ando, Richard Meier, Santiago Calatrava, and Aga Khan, among others.
A Knight in the French Order of Arts and Letters, Jodidio has also won the Prix de Briey for his publications.

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Works by Philip Jodidio

Architecture Now! 1 (1900) 264 copies
Ando: Complete Works (2004) 228 copies
Architecture Now! 2 (2002) 134 copies
New Forms (1997) 123 copies
Architecture Now! 3 (1700) 114 copies
Architecture Now! 4 (2005) 84 copies
Richard Meier (1959) 69 copies
de Stijl (Big Art) (1990) 65 copies
Cabins (2014) 64 copies
100 Contemporary Houses (2011) 50 copies
Mario Botta (1844) 47 copies
100 Contemporary Architects (1700) 43 copies
Sir Norman Foster (1997) 41 copies
Alvaro Siza (1999) 40 copies
Guggenheim Bilbao (1999) 39 copies
Architecture Now! 5 (2007) 38 copies
Temporary Architecture Now! (2011) 32 copies
Orsay (1600) 31 copies
Small Architecture Now! (2014) 31 copies
Architecture Now! 6 (2000) 30 copies
Niemeyer (2012) 29 copies
Architecture Now! Museums (2010) 29 copies
I.M. Pei: Complete Works (2008) 28 copies
Architecture in China (2007) 27 copies
Wood Architecture Now! (2011) 22 copies
Public Architecture Now! (2010) 21 copies
Landscape Architecture Now! (2012) 20 copies
Architecture Now! 7 (2010) 20 copies
Calatrava (2016) 19 copies
Architecture in Spain (2007) 19 copies
The New Pavilions (2016) 18 copies
Zaha Hadid. Updated Version (2013) 18 copies
Notre-Dame (1994) 18 copies
Shopping Architecture Now! (2010) 18 copies
Nouvel (2012) 17 copies
Architecture Now! 8 (2012) 14 copies
Piano (2012) 14 copies
Pattern and Light: The Aga Khan Museum (2014) — Author — 13 copies
Architecture Now! Vol. 9 (2013) 12 copies
Giverny (1992) 12 copies
Small Innovative Houses (2018) 10 copies
Tadao Ando: Houses (2013) 9 copies
Architecture: Art (2005) 9 copies
Rafael Vinoly Architects (1900) 9 copies
Architecture: Nature (2006) 7 copies
Taizo Kuroda (2009) 6 copies
Fontainebleau (1996) 6 copies
Architecture Now! Vol. 10 (2015) 6 copies
Museums of Nice (1990) 6 copies
Léger (1997) — Contributor — 6 copies
Paris National Opera (1996) 5 copies
Paul Andreu, Architect (2004) 5 copies
Portzamparc Buildings (2017) 3 copies
The Museum of the Horse (2013) 3 copies
Georges Pompidou Center (1990) 2 copies
BA-Zaha Hadid (2016) 2 copies
Centre Pompidou-Metz (2009) 2 copies
National Museum of Qatar (2020) 2 copies
Hadid, updated version (2013) 2 copies
Gericault 1 copy
White Houses (2019) 1 copy
European House (2015) 1 copy

Associated Works

Miho Museum and the work of I.M. Pei — Contributor — 2 copies

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This author page should not be divided. An ongoing bug is preventing some previously divided author pages from being saved as a single author. See this discussion.

Philip Jodidio who was born in New Jersey in 1954, studied art history and economics at Harvard. He has been editor-in-chief of the French art magazine Connaissance des Arts in Paris since 1980 & is a member of many scientific committees and juries. Among the numerous studies and books he has published on contemporary architecture are the Taschen series on contemporary American, European and Japanese architects as well as monographs on Norman Foster, Tadao Ando, Richard Meier, Santiago Calatrava, and Aga Khan, among others.
A Knight in the French Order of Arts and Letters, Jodidio has also won the Prix de Briey for his publications.

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AnkaraLibrary | Feb 29, 2024 |
I'd say this is the latest book by prolific architectural writer Philip Jodidio, but by the time this post is online another book of his will probably be released. Like other books by Jodidio, this one collects a bunch of contemporary buildings, in this case pavilions, be they temporary, like the annual PS1 and Serpentine pavilions, or permanent, as in the cover project by Snøhetta. Pavilions are a perfect subject for a contemporary collection, since they enable young and established firms alike to experiment with form, program, and other features. The numerous projects are put into seven quasi-typological chapters: gather, objets d'art, learn, exhibit, look/listen, live/work/play, and shelter. I say quasi-typological, since many pavilions are devoid of programmatic functions, and therefore projects in this book can fall easily into one or another chapter.… (more)
 
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