Collection by Aaron Britt

Lincoln Center Inside Out


Lincoln Center Inside Out is a new book chronicling Diller Scofidio + Renfro's renovation of the famed New York City venue. Not only does it tell the story of the firm's fantastic and arduous makeover of the space, but it does so using a device that can only really be rendered in print—tons and tons of gatefold spreads. Leafing through this volume you really feel that for all of the slick renderings and computer-aided graphics architecture offices produce, you really can't beat a massive book with huge fold-out images. Get this one on your coffee table pronto.

Alice Tully Hall, Iwan Baan, 2008
Hypar lawn looking west, Iwan Baan, 2011
Here's an example of a four-page fold-out where the copy in the book resides. Courtesy of Diller Scofidio + Renfro
New Yorker photo shoot over Revson Fountain for “Das Rheingold”, Iwan Baan, 2010
This spread shows the Hypar Pavilion as seen from the bosque. The photo is by Iwan Baan. Image courtesy of Diller…
Here you get a sense of the scale of the book once a full gatefold is opened up. Courtesy of Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
Chamber music ensemble, ETHEL, performing in Alice Tully Lobby, Richard Termine, 2009
Julliard facade detail as seen from Avery Fisher Hall, Matthew Monteith, 2012
Pedestrian bridge installation, Matthew Monteith, 2012
Lincoln Center Inside Out was designed by the Diller Scofidio + Renfro team with Forrest Jessee taking the graphic…
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