|||||Kaplický’s drawings are presented looking hyper-real in situ|Anticipating the urban population explosion, Coexistence (1984) is a low-energy modular skyscraper|The book features illustrations of projects from 1975–1994 including Future Systems’ Stirling Prize-winning Lord’s Media Centre|To coincide with the book’s publication, an exhibition of Kaplický’s drawings is currently on show at the Architectural Association; designed by Amanda Levete, it’s on until 27 March||
24 Mar 2015

Book launch: Jan Kaplický’s vision of the future

Words by Jenny Brewer

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