Artist(s): Santiago Calatrava
Author(s): Alexander Tzonis & Rebeca Caso Donadei
Year published: 2005
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Total Pages: 272
Illustrations: Illustrated in colour throughout
Over the last two decades, Santiago Calatrava has revolutionized the idea of bridges from utilitarian, mechanical instruments into elegant objects that combine technology with poetry to enhance the sense of place and community of their settings. This presentation of thirty of the master architect’s celebrated bridges around the world features his iconic creations alongside never-before-published projects, all shown off to stunning effect in crisp colour photography and clear line drawings.