Artstor and the Renzo Piano Building Workshop are now sharing more than 120 additional images of works of architecture designed by Piano and the Workshop in the Digital Library.
The images in this release include two LACMA expansions: the Broad Contemporary Art Museum and The Resnick Pavilion in Los Angeles; the Central Saint Giles Court mixed-use development in London; the Gatehouse and Monastery in Ronchamp, France; the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum renovation and expansion in Boston; The Shard (London Bridge Tower) in London; the Auditorium del Parco in L’ Aquila, Italy; MUSE – Museo delle Scienze and the Quartiere delle Albere district in Trento, Italy; the Kimbell Art Museum expansion in Fort Worth, Texas; the Pathé Foundation in Paris; and the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art in Oslo.
A renowned Pritzker prize-winning architect, Piano has executed projects around the world, including structures as diverse as museums, galleries, churches, airports, residences, apartments, theaters, concert halls, shopping centers, factories, office buildings, bridges, mixed use complexes, etc. The collection in the Artstor Digital Library consists of documentation of Piano’s early works (1965-1969) and his major projects to date, as well as related plans and preparatory drawings.
Learn more on the Renzo Piano Building Workshop page in Artstor.
- Contemporary Architecture, Urban Design, and Public Art (ART on FILE)
- Ralph Lieberman: Architectural Photography
- QTVR Panoramas of World Architecture (Columbia University)
- The Museum of Modern Art: Architecture and Design
- Ezra Stoller Archive (Esto)
- Wilfried Wang: Modern Architecture (University of Texas at Austin)