CLAUDE PARENT 30-PAGE FEATURE IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER006

ONE OF FRANCE’S MOST REVERED ARCHITECTS, CLAUDE PARENT’S FUNCTION OF THE OBLIQUE THEORY, WHICH WAS FIRST DEVELOPED IN THE 1960’S, EXPLORED THE USE OF SLOPES & ANGLES, BECOMING INFLUENTIAL IN THE DESIGNS OF MANY CONTEMPORARY ‘STARCHITECTS’, SUCH AS JEAN NOUVELREM KOOLHAAS, & ZAHA HADID. WORKING CLOSELY WITH PARENT [IN COLLABORATION WITH CENTRE POMPIDOUCITE CHAILLOT, & FRAC CENTRE] TO CONCEIVE AN ‘IMAGINARY CITY’, SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER006 FEATURES PHOTOGRAPHS USING HIS ARCHIVE MAQUETTES, HIS CURRENT RESEARCH, UNPUBLISHED DRAWINGS & SKETCHES FROM THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER, & AN IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW WITH THE NOW ALMOST 90 YEAR-OLD ARCHITECTURAL PIONEER.

CLAUDE PARENT 30-PAGE FEATURE IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER006, INCLISITE, 1966
CLAUDE PARENT 30-PAGE FEATURE IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER006, INCLISITE, 1966

INCLISITE, 1966

 CLAUDE PARENT 30-PAGE FEATURE IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER006, ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE CENTRE THOMSON-HOUSTON, VÉLIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, 1966 and ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE L’INCLISITE, 1966-1968

CLAUDE PARENT 30-PAGE FEATURE IN SOME/THINGS MAGAZINE CHAPTER006, ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE CENTRE THOMSON-HOUSTON, VÉLIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, 1966 and ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE L’INCLISITE, 1966-1968

ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE CENTRE THOMSON-HOUSTON, VÉLIZY-VILLACOUBLAY, 1966 / ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE L’INCLISITE, 1966-1968

SPECIAL THANKS TO marie-ange brayer, aurelien rouan, & ludovic lalauze

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