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Contents

ARCHITECTURE Architects | Buildings Josef Hoffmann 1870–1956: Progress Through Beauty Renzo Piano Open Building Research Rob Krier. The Work 40 Years Valentiny Architects Passionately Modern – Karl Schwanzer and His Architecture Donald Judd Cities | Regions | Urbanism Building Sharjah Cuban Modernism Construction | Materials Thermo­graphy in Architecture and ­ Civil Engineering Construction Studies | Professional Practice Basics Architectural Presentation Basics Design and Living Basics Masonry Construction

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København. Urban Architecture and Urban Spaces robust resilient resistant. Building for the Community in Vienna LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE DESIGN Design & Democracy Not at Your Service Filming, Researching, Annotating – Handbook Research Video

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inframince | infra-mince | infra mince Oskar Kokoschka Kabarett Fledermaus @ Bar du Bois

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BACKLIST Types | Functions Structures of Displacement Growing up Modern

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Theory | History The Multiple Modernity Politics of Learning, Politics of Space Wertewandel Architects and Engineers 70 Years of Art in Architecture in Germany

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Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Christian Witt-Dörring, Rainald Franz, Matthias Boeckl (Eds.)

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JOSEF HOFFMANN 1870–1956: Progress Through Beauty The Guide to His Oeuvre PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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buildings, interiors, exhibitions, and craft and product design, covers all facets of his extensive oeuvre. Richly illustrated, it includes a biography and a documentation section, making this a new standard reference work. Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Rainald Franz MAK Vienna Christian Witt-Dörring former director and curator, MAK Vienna Matthias Boeckl University of applied Arts, Vienna

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This book is the first on the complete works of Josef Hoffmann. As a student of Wagner, a founding member of the Vienna Secession art movement (1897), a professor at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts (Kunstgewerbeschule) (1899–1936), and co-founder of the Wiener Werkstätte cooperative (1903), the Deutscher Werkbund association (1907) and the Öster­ reichischer Werkbund (1912), Hoffmann helped to cultivate a new model of architectural and product design characterized by craftsmanship and ambition. The book, which features over 40 illustrated essays by experts on Hofmann’s most significant

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First comprehensive book on the complete works of Josef Hofmann

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Major retrospective at MAK, in preparation

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Over 40 expert essays and 10 series of images

Related titles Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Matthias Boeckl, Christian Witt-Dörring (Eds.) Wege der Moderne / Ways to Modernism. Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos und die Folgen / and Their Impact 2015 HC 978-3-0356-0921-9 € 49.95 / $ 70.00 / £ 45.50 Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Christian Witt-Dörring (Eds.) Koloman Moser. Universal Artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann 2019 Josef Hoffmann, Sanatorium Westend, Purkersdorf, Facade, 1905; © Wolfgang Woessner/MAK

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Josef Hoffmann, Upholstered Chair from Boudoir d’une grande vedette, Paris World Exhibition,1937; © MAK

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Josef Hoffmann, Tea Set for the Wiener Werkstätte, metal, 1903; © MAK

Josef Hoffmann, The Bar of the Cabaret Fledermaus, Vienna, 1907; © MAK


Edgar Stach

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Renzo Piano Space – Detail – Light PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Museum in Los Angeles. The presentation pays special attention to the spatiality and detailing of these projects. The second part of the book systematically analyzes the careful use of natural light in these museums. All drawings have been specially reproduced in uniform format.

Thoughtful and analytical documentation of a selection of Renzo Piano’s museum buildings

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The author is an acknowledged expert on Piano’s work

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With new, uniformly produced drawings

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Prof. Edgar Stach College of Architecture and the Built Environment, Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia

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The Pritzker laureate Renzo Piano is recognized worldwide as one of the most renowned architects of our time. Central elements of his aesthetics include the playful use of natural light, the transparency of his buildings and their fine detailing. Museum buildings are among his most important construction projects. This publication documents nine ­museum buildings by Renzo Piano Building ­Workshop, including Beyeler Foundation in Basel, the Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center in New ­Caledonia, and the Broad Contemporary Art

HC 978-3-0356-1758-0 € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

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Edgar Stach Mies van der Rohe. Space - Material – Detail 2017 HC 978-3-0356-1156-4 € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 Kolja Thurner (Ed.) On the Good Ship Lollipop Frank O. Gehry‘s Fondation Louis Vuitton 2019

Christophe van Gerrewey OMA Rem Koolhaas. A Critical Reader 2019 SC 978-3-0356-1977-5 € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50


Paolo Brescia, Tommaso Principi, Open Building Research (Eds.)

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Open Building Research PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

352 430 color, 300 monochrome drawings 33.0 × 24.0 cm

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Founded by Paolo Brescia and Tommaso Principi as a design network between Milan, London and Mumbai, OBR explores new modes of contemporary living, developing an architecture that responds sensitively to and stimulates interaction with its environment, while adapting to the changing needs of society. OBR’s work strives to promote a sense of community while enhancing individual identities. In this book, the architects present their work as a communal endeavor. They engage influen-

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tial people in transdisciplinary dialogues that extend beyond architecture itself, questioning its autonomy and offering new perspectives on its potential and relevance. The monograph showcases a selection of twenty-four international projects by OBR that address key social issues through the medium of architecture. Paolo Brescia, Tommaso Principi architects and founding partners of OBR Open Building Research, Milan

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The first monograph on OBR’s work

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Selection of 24 international projects presented in texts, plans and photographs

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Transdisciplinary dialogues with a selection of contributors, including Georges Amar, Giovanna Borasi, Michel Desvigne, Roni Horn and Richard Ingersoll

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Rob Krier

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The Work Architecture, Urban Design, Drawings and Sculptures PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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As an architect, urban planner and sculptor, Rob Krier has created a multifaceted oeuvre which is presented here in a comprehensive manner for the first time. He worked with O. M. Ungers and Frei Otto before setting up his own studios in Vienna and Berlin. He l­ ater taught at the Vienna University of Technology and as a visiting professor at Yale University. Drawing on a wealth of historical ­models and archetypal patterns, he developed new ­typologies of streets and public squares as an architect and urban planner, and was respon-

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sible for numerous urban development projects throughout Europe. These included the ­perimeter block development on Ritterstrasse for the IBA in Berlin, the residential complex on ­Breitenfurter Strasse in Vienna, the Kirchsteigfeld district in Potsdam, and numerous projects in the Netherlands Rob Krier architect, former professor at the Technical University Vienna (1976–1998)

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Exceptional presentation of Krier’s complete works in two volumes

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Buildings, projects and objects in the fields of architecture, urban planning and sculpture

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Numerous photographs, plans and drawings

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Anna Valentiny (Ed.)

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40 Years Valentiny Architects Stories from the Inside PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

2000 numerous illustrations 29.0 × 24.0 cm

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on ­cultural, residential, a ­ dministrative and ­leisure facilities. The final is dedicated to ­the 15–19 Wisswee project in Remerschen. ­Intellectual journeys and international projects culminate here, from the World Exhibition Pavilion in Shanghai to the Teatro de l’Occitane in Bahia and the Haus für Mozart in Salzburg.

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A comprehensive portrait of the internationally active architectural office based in Luxembourg

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François Valentiny tells the stories behind the designs and buildings

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Follows up on the successful publications Jetzt/Now and Codes

Anna Valentiny architect, editor-in-chief of ADATO and founder of Point Nemo Publishing

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François Valentiny and Hubert Hermann founded their studio shortly after graduating from the UAA Vienna where they both ­studied under Wilhelm Holzbauer. Soon after, they staked out their architectural vision with their urban villa for the Berlin IBA. The book is a retrospective looking back over forty years and telling the stories ­behind their many designs and buildings. Six ­richly illustrated volumes contain material from the ­archives of the Valentiny Foundation and ­present current projects with a ­focus

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Caroline Schwanzer, Mirko Pogoreutz (Eds.)

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Passionately Modern – Karl Schwanzer and His Architecture An Anthology in Photographs 1947–75 PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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as well as a homage to architectural photography; ­Schwanzer only worked with excellent photographers such as Lucca Chmel, B ­ arbara Pflaum, Franz Hubmann, Sigrid Neubert, and with Maria Wölfl, who has yet to be discovered. The photographs of temporary buildings that are no longer in existence are p ­ articularly­ v­ aluable.

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Illustrated chronology of his oeuvre 1947–75

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With photos by Franz Hubmann, Sigrid Neubert, Yoichi Okamoto

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Essays by Ulrike Matzer and Andreas Nierhaus among others; interviews with Wolf D. Prix and Laurids Ortner and others

Caroline Schwanzer, Mirko Pogoreutz Karl Schwanzer Estate Archive, Vienna

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Karl Schwanzer was on fire for architecture. He reformed Austrian architecture after 1945 and, in the post-war period, significantly shaped the image of a new, free Austria at home and abroad. As an importer and exporter of ­ideas, he worked on over 600 projects and designs over 28 years of his career. This book is an illustrated chronology of his oeuvre, bringing to life developments and ­modulations. At the same time, it is also an ­architectural and contemporary history

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Urs Peter Flückiger

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Donald Judd Architecture in Marfa, Texas 2nd edition PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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This book updates and expands on the successful Donald Judd. Architecture in Marfa, T ­ exas (2007). This new edition presents two ­additional building complexes in Marfa and includes a new epilogue by the author, which places Judd’s architectural work in a contemporary context. Urs Peter Flückiger architect, professor at the Texas Tech University

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Available in a new, extended edition, this is the first book to examine Judd’s architectural work from the perspective of an architect

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Marfa: a place of pilgrimage for architects, landscapers, designers and artists

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Historical documents, new photographs and standardized CAD drawings

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Donald Judd was one of the most important exponents of American Minimal Art. Among the lesser known aspects of his work are numerous architectural drawings in which he explores the relationship between architecture and art. One particular location was of great significance to Judd’s architectural work: Fort Russell, an abandoned US military base in the desert near the town of Marfa, Texas. Judd bought parts of the base and systematically converted this space into one of the largest ­ensemble collections of contemporary art in the world.

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Gerhard Mack

Herzog & de Meuron 2002–2004 The Complete Works Volume 5 PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The long awaited fifth volume of Herzog & de Meuron. The Complete Works introduces the sixty projects from the years 2002 to 2004 with characteristic meticulousness. These include buildings that have already become architectural icons of the present, like the Olympic Stadium in Beijing and the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg; but also projects, which, although they remain unrealized, have influenced the architectural discourse, like the residential tower for the Hotel Schatzalp over Davos, which gave fresh stimulus for building in the Alps. In the period covered by this volume, urban planing was a major focus of Herzog & de Meuron’s work. The architectural boom in China gave birth to plans for entire urban districts. Masterplans for Jerez de la Frontera and the Olympic Games in London also opened up entire urban regions to future development. Gerhard Mack Editor for art, architecture, and design NZZ am Sonntag

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associated with a Philharmonic Hall to be combined with the intimacy generated by the steepness of such popular places. And finally, there is the idea of the marquee or festival tent. As in Bayreuth or in Greek theaters, we introduced awnings as an overall roof to exploit the advantages of modifiable event architecture. The roof was not to consist of vaulting or a dome, as in a church, nor would there be modern acoustic panels as in a theater or a community hall, but rather a free-hanging organic form, as sumptuous as a large chandelier or a canopy.

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Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, Todd Reisz (Eds.)

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Building Sharjah PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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through unseen photographs and r­ ecovered documents. New writing chronicles how local and arriving residents arranged the designed, concrete environment into a home. Beyond just a local artifact, this book examines the ­confident promises made by global practices of ­urbanization.

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An untold tale of how a city materialized on the promises of modern architecture

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Unpublished and unseen visual material

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New scholarship and literary writing by international experts

Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi writer and lecturer, Sharjah Todd Reisz architect and writer, Amsterdam

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Building Sharjah reveals how modern architecture unfurled across the United Arab Emirates’ third-largest city. An oil discovery in 1972 positioned Sharjah as one of the world’s final cities shaped by transformative fortune. In the footsteps of Kuwait, Riyadh, and Dubai, Sharjah faced a metamorphosis: either one that repeated the past’s mistakes or one that reimagined how wealth can build a city. Sharjah’s potential enticed an international cast of experts to create a new city. As their projects begin to vanish, this book preserves them

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¸ Victor Deupi, Jean-Francois Lejeune

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Cuban Modernism Mid-Century Architecture 1940–1970 PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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For several decades, 20th century architecture thrived in Cuba and a wealth of buildings was realized prior to the revolution in 1959 and in its wake. The designs comprise luxurious nightclubs and stylish hotels, sports ­facilities and elegant private homes, both on the island and abroad. Drawing on the vernacular, their architects defined a way to be modern and ­Cuban at the same time – creating an architecture oscillating between tradition and avantgarde.

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Audacious concrete shells, curving ramps, brise-soleils and a fluidity of interior and exterior spaces are characteristic of an airy, often colorful architecture well-suited to life in the tropics. New photographs and drawings were specially prepared for this publication. A biographical survey portraits the 40 most important Cuban architects of the era. Victor Deupi, Jean-François Lejeune University of Miami

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First comprehensive, ground-breaking survey of Cuba’s rich and fascinating ­­ architecture, art and interior design

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With virtually unknown and previously inaccessible visual material, both from universities and families

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Stunning contemporary photography full of surprises and discoveries


Torsten Richter, Nabil A. Fouad

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Thermo­graphy in ­Architecture and ­Civil ­Engineering – Guidelines Theory, Application Areas, Practical Implementation PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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What does it take to obtain significant measurement results in thermographic examinations? These guidelines convey in condensed form the authors’ many years of experience in detecting thermal engineering defects and structural damage such as thermal bridges, air leaks or moisture penetration damage with a non-destructive and easily applicable method of measurement and investigation. As well as providing an introduction to the physical fundamentals of thermography, the

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book offers an up-to-date overview of the technology, structure, standards and selection criteria of common thermographic systems. Using selected examples, it shows the many possibilities and areas of application of infrared thermography as well as the limits of its use. Torsten Richter and Prof. Nabil A. Fouad Institute of Building Physics, Leibniz University Hannover

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Finally available in English: the reference work on practical thermography in the building industry

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Combination of theory, standards, technology, and concise cases studies of thermography in architecture and civil engineering in a single volume

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Suitable as a textbook for beginners and for experienced users of thermography


BUK, ETH Zurich (Eds.), Daniel Mettler, Daniel Studer

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Construction Manual PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

352 20 b/w, 150 color, 150 monochrome drawings 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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People involved in architecture need to be familiar with construction methods in order to be in control of their designs. New technical requirements impact on our buildings and call for up-to-date specialist knowledge, which leads to new forms of architecture. This handbook uses clearly comprehensible 3D isometric diagrams to introduce the world of contemporary construction, from concept through to the detail; photographs are used to illustrate the content. The three main chapters deal with the structure, the building envelope, and the fit-out,

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starting with a clear introduction to the construction principles of modern building methods. Using drawings of selected built examples at scales of 1:10 and 1:20, a deeper examination of details is possible. Daniel Mettler and Daniel Studer Architects, Lecturers at the Department of Building Technology and Construction (BUK), ETH Zurich

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Tried-and-tested in teaching construction know-how developed at the ETH Zurich

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Basic technical context is conveyed through typical examples

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Bert Bielefeld (Ed.)

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Basics Architectural Presentation 2nd edition Basics PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Expressing ideas in the form of drawings and models is usually required in the early stages of studying: “learning by doing” is the only way for students to quickly develop a repertoire for their design work. However, there are important issues to consider between the phases of devising the spatial concept and recreating it in a two- or three-dimensional drawing or physical model: How to construct a perspective freehand drawing? What plan drawings are necessary to present

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Residential Buildings are normally the first design projects encountered by the student in his or her training. The focus at this point is on the different conceptual possibilities that allow one to take the first step toward an actual idea. Topics: • concepts and kinds of cohabitation and dwelling • residential functions • the creation of living space • design in housing construction This book is intended to help readers to find an easy way into the complex subject of hous-

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Masonry construction is usually the first building exercise the student encounters in his or her training. This volume elaborates the fundamental principles of scale, construction, and assembly of building components using simple masonry structures as examples. It aims to introduce students systematically to the subject of masonry. Topics: • materials and measurements • building physics and load-bearing structures • typical bonds • building components • execution of masonry structures

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The project was conducted as part of the UN mandate to stabilize Iraq and support economic recovery and reconstruction for displaced persons and returnees.

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Baerbel Mueller [applied] Foreign Affairs Lab, IoA, University of Applied Arts Vienna Frida Robles artist and curator, Vienna

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What was it like to grow up in a ­Modernist ­residence? Did these radical ­environments shape the way that children looked at ­archi­tecture ­later in life? The oral history in this book paints a uniquely intimate portrait of Modernism. The authors conducted interviews with ­people, who spent their childhood in radical ­Modernist domestic spaces, uncovering both serene and poignant memories. The recollections range from the ambivalence of philosopher ­Ernst Tugendhat, now 90 years old, who

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Within the architectural design, planning, and construction processes, new valuations and revaluations are constantly taking place. Every decision is made based on ­existing ­reference values, even if the respective ­action is f­ uture-oriented and geared towards the ­creation of the new. At the same time, the preservation or further development of b ­ uilding structures is based on traditional thought ­patterns and continuously internalized value ­systems. This means that values are never static, even in building, but are subject to a process. This

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In the first decades of the 20th century, civil engineers were widely seen as a role model for future architects. Their role within the contemporary architecture movements, however, was hardly discussed. To this day, even fundamental questions about collaborations, rivalries, or conflicts between the two sister disciplines still await answers. This volume brings together ­contributions by international scholars on the c­ ooperation ­between architects and civil engineers in

­various countries in the interwar p ­ eriod. By ­offering both insights into ­national ­peculiarities and new reflections on the ­general n ­ ature, character, and significance of such joint ­efforts, it opens exciting new ­perspectives on the modern building culture of Europe and b ­ eyond. Roland May BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg


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In 1950, the obligatory participation of visual artists in state building measures at home and abroad was decreed in the German Bundestag as well as in the parliament of the GDR. Over a period of 70 years, numerous artworks that reflect the politics, society, and architecture as well as the tasks of institutions have been created. The book sheds light on the ­significance and potentials of building-related art for state authorities and institutions, research institutes, military facilities,

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Rupprecht Geiger, Untitled, 1953, München Central Station Photo: BBR/Cordia Schlegelmilch

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This book reveals Copenhagen’s quality of life using the example of built spaces. It leads its readers on a tour of exploration, visiting exciting architecture projects and surprising districts between Ørestadt and Nordhavn. A total of over 25 exceptional buildings, urban squares and public spaces created in the past 10 years are presented. Documented with brilliant photos, general plans and texts, these projects paint an image of a brave generation of architects and planners who are not afraid to ­employ

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B.R.O.T. building group project, Pressbaum, Austria, 2018 nonconform architecture

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The presented residential projects in Vienna originated from a desire to develop living concepts that strengthen the sense of community and contribute to a society based on solidarity – building groups and participative projects, neighbourhood homes, temporary or permanent social forms of living and working for marginalised groups such as the homeless. Private homes can be downsized if there are more communal spaces. This reduces the need for land and property and gives the community room for leisure and other opportunities. Ulrike Schartner and Alexander Hagner from gaupenraub+/− explain the starting point

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beeinträchtigungen durch herabhängende äste vermeiden. die ausbildung von früchten ist unerwünscht, da herabgefallene früchte auf dem bürgersteig stören oder die rutschgefahr erhöhen können. ebenfalls sollte kein honigStreifen aus Kies oder Betonplatten vor aufgehenden Wänden tau (blattlaussekret) abgesondert werden, der vor allem mit Brüstungshöhe der Fenster < 80 cm. parkende autos verschmutzt. der artspezifische Wuchs sollte keine oberflächennah streichenden Wurzeln aufweisen, die häufig straßen und gehwege schädigen.

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4 Typologien

4.1

Gärten

Räumliche Struktur von Kleingartenanlagen

Obst- und Gemüsebeete

Stauden/ Rosenbeete

(Obst-)Hecke

Kleingärten oder Schrebergärten dienen in erster Linie der nicht erwerbsmäßigen gärtnerischen Nutzung sowie der Erholung. Entsprechend wird auch in vielen Kleingartengesetzen und -ordnungen eine Begrenzung anderer Nutzungen sowie des Versiegelungsgrades o. ä. vorgeschrieben. Kleingärten gehören immer zu einer Kleingartenanlage mit gemeinsamer Erschließung sowie Gemeinschaftsfreiräumen und ggf. einem Vereinsheim. Eine öffentliche Durchwegung ist nicht immer vorhanden, sollte aber vorgesehen werden. Insbesondere bei größeren Anlagen können dadurch Barrierewirkungen vermieden und die Kleingärten besser in den städtischen Raum integriert werden. Kleingärten erfüllen wichtige soziale, aber auch klimatische und ökologische Funktionen. In innerstädtischen Lagen dienen sie in besonderem Maße der Verbesserung

Gemeinschaftsgrün

(Beeren-)Sträucher

Erschließung

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Laube Geräte

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Erschließungswege Vereinsheim Müllplatz Lagerhütte und/oder -platz Fahrradstellplätze Leittrieb durchgehend, Parkplätze, je nach Erreichbarkeit mit öffentlichen stammverlängerung Verkehrsmittelnkräftig (vollholzig) • ggf. Spielbereich für Kinder Krone regelmäßig • ggf. Rahmenpflanzung verzweigt • öffentliche Durchwegung/kleiner Grünzug

Prüfpunkte

Kriterien

Vorgehen, Bemerkungen

größe

mindesthöhe und triebanzahl

stichprobenartig nachmessen bzw. zählen

Breite

mindestbreite gegeben, bei solitären voll entwickelte Krone

transportsicherung der Krone entfernen, setzt gute Artenkenntnis voraus, da artspezifisch große Unterschiede auftreten

stammumfang

mindestumfang in 1 m stammhöhe der ausschreibung entsprechend

stichprobenartig nachmessen, bei großen gehölzen alle überprüfen

art oder sorte

art oder sorte der ausschreibung entsprechend

im laublosen zustand schwierig, sorten oft nur durch Blüte oder Laub unterscheidbar, zur leichteren Bestimmung Transportsicherung einzelner Pflanzen aufschnüren

Ballenqualität

durchwurzelung des Ballens fest und dicht, wurzelenden am Ballenrand nicht zu dick

steht gehölz lose im Ballen, ist „Kunstballen“ („Klingelbeutel“) zu beanstanden, sehr dicke wurzelenden am Ballenrand deuten auf überständige ware

gesundheitszustand

letzter Jahrestrieb, Knospe oder Laub und rinde makellos, flechtenbewuchs

auf Verfärbungen und Verformungen sowie fraßspuren achten, flechten deuten auf stagnierendes wachstum hin

wurzeln, Ballen, stamm und triebe ohne mechanische sowie ohne hitze- und Kälteschäden

auf ausgetrocknete wurzeln, geknickte triebe, frische (bepinselte) rindenschäden und lockere Ballen achten, beschädigte Leittriebe ggf. beanstanden (bei Koniferen und straßenbäumen immer), vor allem bei frost oder temperaturen über 25 °c grundsätzlich mit abdeckung transportieren

Ballen- und containerware frei von wurzelunkräutern (Quecke!)

bei Verdacht Ballen öffnen bzw. während der Pflanzarbeiten prüfen

transport- und Lagerschäden

unkrautfreiheit

3 Topography

a c

Kronenaufbau unregelmäßig äste in quirlständiger Verzweigung, der weiterführende Leittrieb ist zu dünn (abholzig) für spätere Kronenerziehung

Post-fossil fuel mobility

schnittwunden nicht überwallt, da zu spät aufgeastet wurde

schnittwunden teilweise oder vollständig überwallt

Kompost

b d

Postfossile Mobilität

aststummel („Kleiderhaken“)

Sträucher

frische rindenschäden vom transport

Ballen fest und dicht durchwurzelt

loser Kunstballen

abb. 1.2.2: alleebäume: Positiv- und negativ-Beispiel

1.5 %

≥ 2.5 % for roads

2.5 %

Cross slope

Cobblestones and other natural stone paving blocks

3%

Slabs of concrete or natural stone

2%

Stauden/Rosenbeete

abb. 1.2.3: Vorproduzierte schnittheckenelemente: Prunus laurocerasus ,Herbergii‘ (Kirschlorbeer), Solitär, 4 x verpflanzt mit Drahtballen, 110 x 60 x 200, 8–10 Jahre alt

Bikeways, cross slope

als inrichtwerte für den einbau von Palisaden können die Anordnung der Laube Nord-Ost-Richtung

N

optimale Lage für Freisitz

Eingang

1a

5 6 7 8

neben ihren grundsätzlichen eigenschaften als freistehende elemente oder als stützende bauteile können Mauern und Wände nach der art der bauweise in labile und stabile bauwerke unterteilt werden.

Abb. 4.1.2 Lage von Laube und Freisitz auf der Parzelle

Nachmittags-/Abendsonne

die Merkmale der labilen bauweise bestehen im kern aus der beschränkung auf ein unaufwendiges, einfaches fundament, das keine statischen funktionen erfüllt, und dem weitgehenden Verzicht auf bindemittel. die fundamente werden meist als kies- oder schottertragschichten in geringer Mächtigkeit (je nach kornverteilung zwischen 10 und 20 cm, bei trockenmauern auch bis 40 cm) ausgebildet

2a

E

E

Abb. 4.1.1 Grundriss von Kleingartenparzellen und Lauben (max. 24 m² Grundfläche), beispielhaft

3a

9

A

1b

2b

3b

B

33 %

Guidelines

Acc. to DIN 18040-1 ≤ 2.5 %; maximum 6 % at driveway approaches to lots; no cross slope on ramp runs

DIN 18024-1 & 18040-1

With clay/artificial turf surfacing ≥ 0.8 %

DIN 18035-4 DIN 18035-5

* ERA: Empfehlungen für Radverkehrsanlagen [Recommendations for cycling facilities]; RAS-Ew: Richtlinie für die Anlage von Straßen – Teil: Entwässerung [Directive for the construction of roads: Drainage]

Table 3.2 (Continuation) Recommended minimum and maximum slopes as functions of surface and use RASt 06

+ 6.00 m+ 6.00 m

+ 6.00 m+ 6.00 m

RAS-Ew*

+ 3.00 m+ 3.00 m

+ 3.00 m+ 3.00 m

TOFF = + TOFF 46.35 =m + 46.35 AMSLm 47.05 AMSLm 47.05 m = ± 0.00= m± 0.00 m

EAR 05 45.35 m 45.35 m

45.70 m 45.70 m

TOFF = + TOFF 2.00=m+ 2.00 m + 2.70 m+ 2.70 m = ± 0.00= m± 0.00 m 1.00 m 1.00 m

ERA 10

User-defined User-defined reference reference height height

Figure 3.1 Finished elevations based on a height reference system and user-defined datum

33.0 33.0 33.8 33.8 34.9 34.9 36.2 36.2 37.6 37.6 38.9 38.9 40.0 40.0 41.5 41.5 41.9 41.9 42.7 42.7 42.7 42.7 32.9 32.9 33.9 33.9 35.0 35.0 36.1 36.1 37.7 37.7 39.1 39.1 40.6 40.6 41.9 41.9 42.2 42.2 42.3 42.3 42.5 42.5

Longer distances with slopes ≥ 3 % will already limit the performance of inexperienced skaters

Deutsche Verkehrswacht e.V.

≤3%

≤ 8 % is also possible on short segments

DIN 18040-1

32.5 32.5 33.5 33.5 34.9 34.9 36.2 36.2 37.9 37.9 40.1 40.1 41.9 41.9 42.3 42.3 42.4 42.4 42.7 42.7 42.8 42.8

≤4%

4 % over maximum length

DIN 18040-1

32.3 32.3 33.2 33.2 34.4 34.4 35.8 35.8 37.5 37.5 39.4 39.4 41.0 41.0 42.1 42.1 42.2 42.2 42.3 42.3 42.4 42.4

DIN 18040-1

32.1 32.1 32.7 32.7 33.9 33.9 35.3 35.3 36.9 36.9 38.5 38.5 41.1 41.1 41.4 41.4 42.0 42.0 42.2 42.2 42.5 42.5

faustformel Mauer ohne bindemittel: Mauerbreite am fußpunkt = 1/3 – 1/2 Mauerhöhe

gabionen zählen zu den verfüllten stützkörpern, die dem grunde nach wie schwergewichtsmauern funktionieren.

h

5

1 2

20 cm

min. 1/3 h

1 2

1 Tragschicht aus frostfestem Material, z. B. Schotter 2 gewachsener Boden 3 hinterfüllung (alternativ: gewachsener Boden) 4 Vlies 5 Drainage, bei Bedarf

7

1

2

3

1 Schalung, Drahtkörbe mit Erd-, Stein- oder Sonderfüllung 2 Einbindung ins Erdreich 3 Aushubböschung 4 hinterfüllung, verdichtet, drainfähig 5 ggf. Vlies zur Trennung von nicht filterstabilen Boden-/füllmaterialien 6 Drainrohr 7 Dossierung durch Verkippen und/oder durch Versetzen Einbau (bis 6° ≅ 10,5 %) 8 gründung frostsicher, ggf. Betonfundament

4 5

Postfossile Mobilität

6 8

Abb. 3.5.20: Einbauprinzip von gabionen als „Kasten“

1b

Abb. 3.5.16: Trockenmauer aus Bruchstein in Ligurien

Abb. 3.5.17: Erdgabione auf der BUgA, gera und ronneburg

7

1a

1c

3

2

2

5

7

1

2

5

3

4

5

4

2

8

9

8

80–120cm

6

min. 40

Abb. 3.5.18: Steingabionen auf der BUgA, gera und ronneburg

Abb. 3.5.19: Steingabione als Wand

Abb. 3.5.21: Prinzip der stabilen Bauweise am Beispiel von ziegelmauerwerk

7

32.8 32.8 33.9 33.9 35.0 35.0 36.3 36.3 38.1 38.1 39.6 39.6 41.4 41.4 42.0 42.042.1 42.1 42.3 42.3 42.4 42.4

12 %

Erd- und Steingabionen

1 Abdeckung Mauerkrone, a: ziegelformstein 3 oder rollschicht mit gefälle oder Stoßfugenmörtel im gefälle, b: Blechabdeckung, c: Beton- oder Natursteinplatte mit Trofnase 2 freistehendes ziegelmauerwerk (unbewehrt 4 mit M II oder M IIa vermörtelt, bzw. M 2,5 oder M 5 nach EN 998-2 und bewehrt mit M III, bzw. M 10 nach EN 998-2 3 Sperrschicht/Abdichtung (z. B. bituminöser Sperranstrich) 4 Sperrmörtel im Bereich der Abdeckung/im Bereich des 6 Mauersockels 5 Spritzwasserzone durch Sperrmörtel oder 8 Ausbildung eines Betonsockels geschützt, min. 10 cm über oK-gelände 6 Betonfundament, frostfrei (c12/15–c20/25) 7 Betonfundament, frostfrei, bewehrt 8 Drainmatte/Drainagekies 9 Drainage, vliesummantelt

1.35 m 1.35 m

Height reference Height reference system system (DHHN92) (DHHN92)

With low planarity the cross slope of 2.5 % should be increased to 3 %

Abb. 3.5.15: Prinzip der labilen Bauweise; Stützmauer ohne Bindemittel (a); freihstehende Mauer ohne Bindemittel (b)

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Grass embankments in outdoor facilities

≤4%

2.5 %

trockenmauern aus naturstein werden sowohl aus einfach bearbeiteten bruchsteinen oder findlingen als auch aus aufwendiger bearbeiteten steinen errichtet ( > Abschnitt stabile Bauweisen). die großen gestalterischen unterschiede von trockenmauern ergeben sich aus den jeweiligen lokalen steinvorkom-

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Trockenmauern aus Naturstein

Abb. 3.5.14: Einbauprinzip Palisaden als Stützwand

a

(a)

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5%

1%

Greater width needed; with more than 3 % slope, an asymmetric division of the cross section is expedient

und können lediglich aufsteigendes bodenwasser minimum verhin- and menmaximum und ihrenslopes eigenschaften. > Kap. 1.5 Naturwerksteine Table 3.2 Recommended as functions of surface and use dern (frostfreie gründung). druckkräfte müssen direkt die hohlräume im gestein müssen so klein wie möglich vom baugrund aufgenommen werden können. daher sind sein. Passgenaue zwickel verspannen dabei die steine unlabile bauweisen nur auf gewachsenen böden möglich. in tereinander und ersetzen damit die bindewirkung des Mörgeringem umfang ist die18 labile ausführung – der stabilen tels. trockenmauern können nur als freistehende Mauern gegenüber – elastischer, wodurch sie nachträglichen set- oder als einfache schwergewichtsmauern ausgeführt werzungen folgen kann, ohne ihre konstruktiven eigenschaf- den, die durch beimischung von erde in den fugen eine beten zu verlieren. zu dieser bauweise zählen neben tro- grünung mit stauden für steinanlagen erlauben. die ausckenmauern auch Winkelstützmauern aus fertigteilen bis führung mit unregelmäßigen steinen, die ohne Mörtel zu einer geringen höhe sowie Palisaden (> Abschnitt aufgesetzt werden, entspricht nicht der din 1053 – MauerStützwände). zusätzlich gibt es auf dem Markt spezielle werk. derartige traditionelle trockenbauweisen kommen hangsysteme wie raumgitterwände aus fertigteil-kübeln jedoch nach wie vor zum einsatz und beruhen auf überlieund Pflanzschalen. Verfüllte stützkörper wie erd- oder ferten regeln und erfahrungswerten. sie lassen sich aber steingabionen können in abhängigkeit von der gewünsch- ingenieurmäßig nicht berechnen, da sie nicht aus genormten höhe sowohl labil als auch stabil ausgeführt werden. ten steinen bestehen, die als grundlage für entsprechende berechnungen unentbehrlich sind. > Abb. 3.5.15 und 3.5.16

A Betonpalisade B holzpalisade 1a Beton- oder Natursteinpalisade 4 1b holzpalisade oder holzschwelle 2a Betonfundament 2b Drainfähiges fundament, 6 z. B. Korngemisch 0/32 3a Sauberkeitsschicht 8 3b Drainschicht 4 Belagsaufbau 5 Drainage z. B. Kies 8/16 6 Dichtungsbahn 7 filtervlies 8 durchlässiger füllboden 9 Drainagerohr E Einbindetiefe ca. 1/3 gesamtlänge ( s.o. Tab. 3.5.6) frostfreie gründung ab einer Bauhöhe von 100 cm über oK-gelände

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LABILE BAUWEISEN

mögliche Platzierung Geräteraum

0.5 %

1%

Lawns

Typically 2.5 %

≤6% One intermediate landing with maxiBAUELEMENTE UND BAUWEISEN 301 mumWäNDE 3 % slope at least every 10 m MAUErN UND

abmessungen in den tabellen herangezogen werden. > Tab. 3.5.6

(Obst-)Hochstamm

Remarks

≤2%

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Obstspindel

Maximum slope

32.5 32.5 33.7 33.7 34.9 34.9 36.5 36.5 38.2 38.2 40.2 40.2 42.0 42.0 42.1 42.1 42.3 42.3 42.7 42.7 42.9 42.9

31.5 31.5 32.5 32.5 33.6 33.6 34.6 34.6 36.3 36.3 37.7 37.7 39.0 39.0 40.3 40.3 41.5 41.5 41.8 41.8 42.6 42.6

39.0 38.0 38.0 37.0

Kompost

1%

0.5 %

Grass playing fields

.0 32 .0 32

Obst- und Gemüsebeete

0.5 %

Tennis courts

FLL guideline “begrünbare Flächenbefestigungen” [Greenable surface pavements]

6 % (5 % for wear surfaces without binding agents)

* ERA: Empfehlungen für Radverkehrsanlagen [Recommendations for cycling facilities]; RAS-Ew: Richtlinie für die Anlage von Straßen – Teil: Entwässerung [Directive for the construction of roads: Drainage]

Stauden/ Rosenbeete (Obst-)Hecke

Sports fields

Kein neuer Raum ohne Verkehrswende

Anordnung der Laube zentral

2%

Accessible paths and paved spaces, longitudinal slope

N

1%

37.0 36.0 36.0 35.0 35.0 34.0 34.0 33.0 33.0

Stauden / Rosenbeete

Terrasse

Minimum slope

Spot elevations Spot elevations

.0 42 .0 4241.0 0 41.40.0 0 40. 39.0

Geräte

Rasen

Seating areas, esp. with tables (e.g., terraces)

No new space without a turnaround in transport policy

Paths for inline skaters, longitudinal slope

Laube

Wear surface / type of use

DIN 18318

Water-bound and other unbound paving 3 % (2 %) 5% heckenpflanzen werden aus sommer- und immergrünen einzuplanen. formgehölze werden typischerweise für forLaubgehölzen gezogen, die gut schnittverträglich sind und male außenanlagen eingesetzt. die unterhaltungspflege Permeable paving (pavers with gravel or 1% 5% einen strauch- oder baumförmigen Wuchs haben können. ist sehr aufwendig. > abb. 1.2.4 grass joints, grass paving blocks, etc.) heckenware soll von unten an bezweigt und dicht im Wuchs großbäume werden in der regel nicht in der baumschule sein, was durch wiederholten schnitt in der baumschule er- gezogen, sondern als mehr oder weniger ausgewachsene zielt wird. Leichte sträucher werden wurzelnackt, stärkere exemplare von ihrem langjährigen standort entnommen Pflanzen mit ballen oder container gehandelt. Categorized by use > tab. 1.2.4 und versetzt. aufgrund ihres reifen oder unregelmäßigen, seit einiger zeit werden auch vorproduzierte hecken an- ausdrucksstarken habitus sind sie bereits unmittelbar geboten. durch sie bekommen Pflanzungen sofort nach der Pflanzung sehr8 % raumwirksam und prägend. die Public access roads (upnach to 50der km/h), (12 %) – longitudinal slopes fertigstellung einen reifen charakter. > abb. 1.2.3 kosten für eine Verpflanzung sind abhängig von art und größe, dem vorherigen standort und dem transportweg. road intersections 4 %aber auch sehr hoch sein. die formgehölze werden ausat sommerund immergrünen sie können – relativ gering, Laubgehölzen und seltener auch aus koniferen, vor allem ausfallquote ist bedeutend höher als bei baumschulware, Cross slope of public roadways aus Taxus baccata (eibe), gezogen. geeignet sind schnitt- da beim Verpflanzen eines großbaums der größte teil der verträgliche bäume und sträucher, z. b. Carpinus betulus Wurzeln verloren geht. die notwendige unterhaltspflege ist and asphalt 2.5 % Typically 5% If cross slope cannot be maintained: (hainbuche), Tilia cordata Concrete (Winterlinde), Prunuspavements lauroce­ meist sehr aufwendig und kostspielig. häufig benötigen ≥2% drainage gradient rasus (kirschlorbeer) und Buxus sempervirens (buchs- solche bäume permanente Verankerungen, da sich ihr

Stauden/Rosenbeete Blütensträucher Obst- und Gemüsebeete

Aufenthalt

Guidelines

Accessible paths, cross slope

Concrete and asphalt pavement

Bikeways, longitudinal slope

(Obst-)Hecke

Remarks

Pavers of precast concrete or fired brick

Walkways, cross slope

Erschließung Gemeinschaftsgrün

Maximum slope

baum). für formgehölze gibt es keine einheitlichen Quali- Wurzelsystem nicht kräftig genug aufbaut. da großbäume Stone paving 3% If cross slope cannot be maintained: tätsrichtlinien. Von größeren baumschulen werden die aufgrund ihres alters nicht mehr sehr anpassungsfähig drainage gradient ≥ 3 % verschiedensten formen und figuren angeboten. bäume sind, ist eine art- bzw. standortgerechte Verwendung umso werden schirm-, säulen- oder fächerförmig, sträucher vor wichtiger. Werden grundlegende ansprüche der bäume an Ramps and approaches to garages and 15 % (short At changes in slope with a difference of allem in geometrischen formen wie kugeln, Würfeln oder Licht oder bodenverhältnisse stagparking spaces rampsnicht maxi-berücksichtigt, 8 % or more, a flat or curved transition is – kegeln gezogen. ausgefallene gestaltungen, die nicht im niert das Wachstum dermum versetzten oder sie cross slopes should be 20 %) großbäume, required Ramp sortiment geführt werden, können von spezialisierten sterben allmählich ab. avoided (maximum 2 % for drainage) baumschulen nach Wunsch herangezogen werden. dafür obstbäume sind für die Verwendung im öffentlichen ist jedoch eine fertigungszeit von vier Jahren oder mehr raum ungeeignet. da sie12 vergleichsweise anspruchsvoll in Walkways, longitudinal slope % On short sections: 15 %, maximum 20 %; – (15 %) alternatively or in addition: ramp stairs

alte rindenschäden am stammfuß von Bodenbearbeitung

(Obst-)Hochstamm Obstspindel

Minimum slope

Categorized by surface

Leittrieb beschädigt

stamm gerade

3.1 Grading

Wear surface / type of use

tab. 1.2.2: Prüfkriterien zur abnahme von gehölzen

Terrasse

33

abb. 1.2.4: a) Kugeln aus Ligustrum vulgare ‚atrovirens‘ (Liguster), 160–180 cm durchmesser, 5 x verpflanzt, mit Drahtballen, ca. 15–18 Jahre alt, jährlich erfolgt ein schnitt b) Tilia cordata ‚greenspire‘ (winterlinde), fuß-spalier, 5 x verpflanzt mit Drahtballen, stammumfang 40–45 cm, Breite: 250 cm, gesamthöhe 570 cm, ungefähr 12–15 Jahre c) Tilia europaea ‚Pallida‘ (Kaiserlinde), kastenförmig, 4 x verpflanzt mit Drahtballen, 45–50 cm stammumfang, gesamthöhe ca. 400 cm, Kronenansatz ca. 250 cm, jährlich ein formschnitt, ca. 17–22 Jahre alt d) Buxus sempervirens (Buchsbaum) als „sofa“, ca. 2 m breit und 1 m hoch, auftragsarbeit. Aus Solitären, 3–4 x verpflanzt, ca. 7–10 Jahre alt, aufbauschnitt für weitere ca. 4 Jahre, schnitt 2 x jährlich

Contour lines Contour lines

Figure 3.2 Representation of the terrain conditions using spot elevations, contour lines, and a contour model

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Maziar Rezai, Michael Erlhoff

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Design & Democracy Activist Thoughts and Examples for Political Empowerment Board of International Research in Design PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Design affects all social contexts and is therefore intensively instrumentalized both by the politically powerful and their critics. Both functions of design, and their inevitable combination, are presented in this book in precise ­detail. Authors from various countries present previously unknown and innovative examples of democratic activities conducted through

­design. This publication is therefore aimed

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Design as an instrument of self-expression and critique of political power

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New examples of democratic activities conducted through design

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International authors, international range of topics

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A compact collection of discursive texts on the many roles and functions of design

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Contributions to the current debate on the social role of design

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Statements by experts from one of the leading universities of design

not only at design professionals but also at the ­general public of all countries. Maziar Rezai Teheran University Prof. Michael Erlhoff Köln International School of Design

Hansuli Matter, Björn Franke (Eds.)

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Not at Your Service. Manifestos for Design brings together the broad spectrum of beliefs, subjects and practices of designers at Zurich University of the Arts (ZHDK). It offers different approaches and insights on the present-day role and impact of design. It is not conceived as a finished project, but as a fluid document of its time. Collaborative design, interaction within complex systems, attention economics, the ecological shift, visual literacy, gender-neutral design, “quick and dirty” design ethnography, ­social

responsibility, the value of ugliness, death ­futures, immersive technologies, identity and crises, design as a transformative discipline – all of these topics are presented for debate with passion, conviction and professional expertise. Hansuli Matter Head of Department Design ZHDK Björn Franke Head of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design ZHDK


Gunter Lösel, Martin Zimper (Eds.)

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Filming, Researching, Annotating Handbook Research Video PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The Filming, Researching, Annotating is an introduction to a new type of software and publication based on annotated videos. Practitioners and researchers who work with motion data, for example in the fields of performative art, film, behavioral research or sports science, are supported in their work process and have the opportunity to publish content via video that a printed book cannot convey. The handbook not only presents the findings of the Research Video project at Zurich University of the

Arts (ZHDK), but also offers a manual for using the software tool. Low-threshold “hands-on” access and the absence of a theoretical superstructure allow users to quickly become familiar with and use the software tool. Gunter Lösel theatre studies scholar, ZHDK Prof. Dr. Martin Zimper Head of Cast/Audiovisual Media – Department of Design, ZHDK

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Introduction to the novel form of publication, based on annotated videos

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Low-threshold manual as a supplement for a new, interactive software

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Tool for researchers and practitioners working with motion data

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Ruth Mateus-Berr, L. Vanessa Gruber (Eds.)

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Arts & Dementia Interdisciplinary Perspectives PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Dementia is a term that encompasses a wide range of symptoms. In Europe alone about 10 million people live with dementia. Where health policy and medical approaches reach their limits, art and design strategies can open up new perspectives for people living with dementia – in terms of their abilities and circumstances and their social environment. This interdisciplinary handbook is aimed at people working and researching in the field of dementia. It offers insights into the possibili-

ties and limitations of artistic and art-­related interventions in relation to dementia. This publication brings together contributions from the disciplines of design, architecture, and art, music, and museum education, p ­ roviding a variety of insights into this multiface­ted syndrome. Ruth Mateus-Berr, L. Vanessa Gruber Center for Didactics of Art and Interdisciplinary Education, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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Interdisciplinary research on arts and dementia

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New perspectives from social design, museum education, sound art, and architecture

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Art and design interventions to improve individual situations and the way society deals with dementia

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Makes the case for a collaborative artistic research process and a new approach to exhibition-making

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The result of a three-year international artistic research project involving 19 artists and 9 institutions

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Features a variety of contributions from 56 authors

Basak (Ed.) ¸ Senova ¸

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CrossSections Processing Artistic and Curatorial Research PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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This book documents the “CrossSections” project (2017–2019), an interdisciplinary platform for artistic research, artistic dialogue, and artis¸ Senova. ¸ tic production curated by Basak In collaboration with 19 artists and 9 institu¸ tions, Senova developed and tested new strategies of artistic research and new ways of exhibiting, through artist-in-residence programs, exhibitions, performances, and presentations in Vienna, Helsinki, and Stockholm. In 56 contributions, the book documents all aspects of the “CrossSections” project, tracking

and presenting different forms and methods of artistic practice and collaboration ­developed under constantly changing conditions and ­circumstances. ¸ ¸ Basak Senova curator, designer; co-director of the “Octopus Programme” and Visiting Professor, University of Applied Arts Vienna


Stephan Hilge, Roman Pfeffer, Nita Tandon, ­ Gudrun Ratzinger, Franz Thalmair (Eds.) EN/GER

inframince | infra-mince | infra mince TransArts at the University of Applied Arts Vienna PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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“Inframince”, a term coined by Marcel Duchamp, refers to ephemeral, ultra-thin, and undecidable phenomena – such as the warmth that remains on a chair after a person gets up. In this book, “inframince” is taken to signify forms of transdisciplinarity in contemporary art. Authors and visual artists capture in text and image fleeting moments in which artistic, ­theoretical, scientific, or everyday cultural elements meet, change, or merge with one another.

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Numerous examples of artistic and teaching practice within the discipline of TransArts at the University of Applied Arts Vienna vividly ­reveal how these manifold transgressions can be rendered productive. Stephan Hilge, Roman Pfeffer, Nita Tandon heads of Trans Arts, Vienna Gudrun Ratzinger, Franz Thalmair curators, Vienna

Oliver René Alunovic, Das Gastein-Prinzip, 2015, installation; Photo: faksimile digital

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A review of the state of contemporary transdisciplinary art, featuring current artistic and theoretical positions

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Transdisciplinarity in art and as an editorial-curatorial process

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Richly illustrated, and with contributions by Sabine Folie, Patricia Grzonka, Christian Höller, Wolfgang Ullrich among others

Annika Eschmann, Magazin des Glücks, 2019, gel pen and digital print on paper; Photo: faksimile digital


Régine Bonnefoit, Bernadette Reinhold (Eds.)

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Oskar Kokoschka New Insights and Perspectives Edition Angewandte PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Oskar Kokoschka earned his place in the canon of modernist resistance as the wild child of Viennese modernism; a versatile master of image and word, the progenitor of a much-imitated doll fetish, and an anti-fascist defamed by the Nazis as “degenerate”. In short, he was the epitome of the radical, political artist. Kokoschka revisited: This publication is the outcome of an international conference held at the Oskar Kokoschka Center at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. It brings together contemporary research from the fields of art, cultural studies, contemporary history, literature

and theater studies, gender studies, and biography studies. Based on recently discovered sources, it sheds new light on the life and work of this fascinating artist, and critically interrogates many of his most powerful narratives. Régine Bonnefoit Professor of Art History, University of Neuchâtel Bernadette Reinhold Oskar Kokoschka Center, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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Contemporary interdisciplinary research on Oskar Kokoschka

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Research findings presented at an international conference with accompanying exhibition on Kokoschka’s circle in exile, his expressionist plays, and his self-image

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New archival discoveries from Vienna, Zurich, London, Moscow, and the USA

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Two scenes from Assassino, esperança das mulheres, Sala Glauce Rocha, Rio de Janeiro, 1997. Photos: Günter Berghaus


Cosima Rainer (Ed.)

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Kabarett Fledermaus @ Bar du Bois Update of an Experiment of Viennese Modernism Edition Angewandte PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The past is not over – it can be rediscovered and explored in archives, and even revived. One such revival – in several acts – is that of the legendary Cabaret Fledermaus (1907–1913) in ­Vienna, once a locus of emancipatory and escapist tendencies as well as pioneering artistic design. As part of an international cooperative project, the Department of Collection and Archive of the University of Applied Arts Vienna constructed a faithful replica of the famous bar of this cabaret in 2019, and in 2020 the artists’

collective Bar du Bois developed an exhibition ­entitled unter flaschen. Die Fledermaus in der Bar du Bois [among bottles. The Fledermaus at the Bar du Bois]. This publication documents both the rediscovery of a legendary site of Viennese modernism and its current twofold “resurrection”. Cosima Rainer Director of the Department of Collection and Archive of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

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Artistic reconstruction of one of the most innovative projects of the Wiener Werkstätte

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First-ever publication of historic images of the legendary bar of the Cabaret Fledermaus and documentation of the replica

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With contributions from Barbara Lesák, Stefanie Kitzberger, Sofie Mathoi, Cosima Rainer and Elana Shapira

Kurt Ryslavy

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Sales Catalogue / Verkaufskatalog A product catalogue of the art market critique Verkaufswerke (Works for Sale) since the beginning of the 1990s Edition Voldemeer PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The book critically examines the Works for Sale series by the Austrian conceptual artist Kurt Ryslavy, which may be regarded as the magnum opus of his nearly forty years of artistic practice. Works for Sale are immaterial sculptures. The central concept is the idea of buying or selling the work of another artist under the title Work for Sale and under Ryslavy’s name. First shown in Ghent in 1992, the Works for Sale were later included in Kasper König’s Skulptur Projekte Münster in 1997. They

­ ttracted international attention but were neva er sold in an i­ nstitutional context. The documentation, certificates, and packaging that accompany the Works for Sale are merely material accessories, reflecting a failure to understand the intangible nature of the work. Kurt Ryslavy was born in Austria and has lived in Brussels since 1987. He is a conceptual artist, art collector, and wine dealer.

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A critical look of the art market based on the Works for Sale series by the Austrian artist Kurt Ryslavy

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Featuring works by renowned artists such as Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Martin Kippenberger, Cora Pongracz, Dieter Roth, Franz West

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With texts by Monika Bayer-Wermuth and Thomas Becker


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IoA Institute of Architecture (Ed.), Aleksandra Belitskaja, Benjamin James, Shaun McCallum iheartblob – Augmented ­Architectural Objects A New Visual Language

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Thomas Geisler, Anab Jain (Eds.) Design Investigations: After Abundance. Eine Spekula­ tion zum Klimawandel in den Alpen. A Speculation on Climate Change in the Alps

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Jan Svenungsson Making Prints and Thinking About It

Monica Titton (Ed.) arachne Almanac of the Fashion Department of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

2019

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Daniel Aschwanden, Michael Wallraff (Eds.) SUPERSUIT Poetic Interventions in Urban Spaces

Hani Rashid, Sophie Luger (Eds.) Re: Futures Studio Hani Rashid. University of Applied Arts Vienna

Baerbel Mueller (Ed.) [APPLIED] FOREIGN AFFAIRS Investigating spatial phenomena in rural and urban Sub-Saharan Africa

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IoA Institute of Architecture, Klaus Bollinger, Roswitha Janowski-Fritsch, Anja Jonkhans, Baerbel Mueller (Eds.) Studio Prix University of Applied Arts Vienna 1990–2011

Klaus Bollinger, Florian Medicus, Kiesler Privatstiftung Wien (Eds.) Endless Kiesler

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Karl Fleig, Elissa Aalto (Eds.) Alvar Aalto – Das Gesamtwerk / L’œuvre complète / The Complete Work

Bruno Marchand, Mireille Bonnet, Pierre Bonnet (Eds.) Fructus Atelier Bonnet Architects

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GRAFT Identity New Commercial, Cultural and Mobility Architecture

Carsten Krohn Walter Gropius Buildings and Projects

Claus Käpplinger Spaces of Intensity 3h architects

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Lilian Pfaff J. R. Davidson A European Contribution to California Modernism

Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Dieter Bogner, Maria Lind, Bärbel Vischer (Eds.) Friedrich Kiesler – Lebenswelten / Life Visions Architektur – Kunst – Design / Architecture – Art – Design 2016. 224 pages. 30.5 × 23.0 cm 225 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1108-3 EN/GER € 39.95 / $ 49.95 / £ 36.50

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Christophe van Gerrewey OMA / Rem Koolhaas A Critical Reader

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Jean-Philippe Delhomme, Jean-Marc Savoye The Sunny Days of Villa Savoye 2020. 60 pages. 17.0 × 22.0 cm 9 b/w ills., 45 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2061-0 EN € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2063-4 EN € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00

Arthur Rüegg (Ed.) Polychromie architecturale Le Corbusiers Farbenklaviaturen von 1931 und 1959 / Le Corbusier’s Color Keyboards from 1931 and 1959 / Les claviers de couleurs de Le Corbusier de 1931 et de 1959 3rd edition 2015. 268 pages. 28.5 × 23.5 cm 39 b/w ills., 96 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-0661-4 EN/GER/FR € 349.00 / $ 489.00 / £ 317.50

Willy Boesiger, Oscar Stonorov, Max Bill (Eds.) Le Corbusier – Œuvre complète en 8 volumes / Complete Works in 8 volumes / Gesamtwerk in 8 Bänden 11th edition 1995. 1708 pages. 24.5 × 30.0 cm 2687 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-7643-5515-9 EN/GER/FR € 695.00 / $ 975.00 / £ 632.00 All volumes also available as single volumes and as E-Books € 89.95 / $ 126.00 / £ 82.00

Anthony Vidler Claude-Nicolas Ledoux Architecture and Utopia in the Era of the French Revolution

Daniela Hammer-Tugendhat, Ivo Hammer, Wolf Tegethoff Tugendhat House. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Dietrich Neumann An Accidental Masterpiece Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona-Pavillion

Second and expanded edition 2020. pages 168. 25.0 × 22.0 cm 94 b/w, 48 color ills.

3rd edition 2020. 272 pages. 31.0 × 23.0 cm 195 b/w ills., 145 color ills.

2020. 192 pages. 23.0 × 30.0 cm 330 b/w ills., 142 color ills.

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Edgar Stach Mies van der Rohe Space – Material – Detail

Paul Andreas, Ingeborg Flagge (Ed.), P. Andreas, M. Bill, L. Cavalcanti, E. Kossel, C. Krohn, N. Maak, O. Niemeyer, J.C. Sussekind Oscar Niemeyer Eine Legende der Moderne / A Legend of Modernism

2017. 144 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 70 color ills., 300 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-1156-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1232-5 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 32.99

2nd edition 2013. 143 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 15 b/w ills., 221 color ills., 19 monochrome drawings

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Peter Grueneisen (Ed.) Where Dreams Are Born nonzero\architecture – works – 2003–2019 2020. 224 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 250 b/w ills., 300 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2169-3 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2170-9 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

Print HC 978-3-03821-448-9 EN/GER € 36.95 / $ 52.00 / £ 33.50 E-Book 978-3-03821-082-5 EN/GER € 36.95 / $ 52.00 / £ 33.50 Carsten Krohn Hans Scharoun Buildings and Projects 2018. 208 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 75 b/w ills., 200 color ills., 75 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-0691-1 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-0675-1 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

Peter Zumthor Thinking Architecture 3rd edition 2010. 112 pages. 23.5 × 14.5 cm 20 color ills.

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Benjamin Swiczinsky Schwanzer – Architect. Visionary. Maestro. Three Decades of Architectural and Contemporary History 2018. 96 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm 600 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1853-2 EN € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

Kurt W. Forster Schinkel A Meander through his Life and Work 2018. 416 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 150 b/w ills., 100 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-0778-9 EN € 49.95 / $ 59.95 / £ 45.50

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Peter Zumthor Atmospheres Architectural Environments. Surrounding Objects 2006. 76 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 14 b/w ills., 19 color ills. Print HC 978-3-7643-7495-2 EN 978-3-7643-8841-6 FR € 34.95 / $ 49.00 / £ 32.00

Cordula Rau (Ed.) Why Do Architects Wear Black? 2nd edition 2017. 260 pages. 14.8 × 10.5 cm 127 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1410-7 EN € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1415-2 EN € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00

Gerhard Steixner, Maria Welzig (Eds.) Luxury for All Milestones in European Stepped Terrace Housing

Urs Peter Flückiger How Much House? Thoreau, Le Corbusier and the Sustainable Cabin

Oliver Heckmann, Friederike Schneider (Eds.), Eric Zapel Floor Plan Manual Housing

2016. 112 pages. 19.0 × 14.0 cm 60 b/w ills., 30 color ills., 20 monochrome drawings

5th edition 2017. 368 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 1580 b/w ills.

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2020. 464 pages. 22.0 × 17.0 cm 300, mainly colored ills.


Ulrike Wietzorrek (Ed.) Housing+ On Thresholds, Transitions, and Transparencies 2013. 456 pages. 31.5 × 23.2 cm 350 b/w ills., 350 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0346-0614-1 EN € 69.95 / $ 98.00 / £ 63.50

Wolfgang Sunder, Julia Moellmann, Oliver Zeise, Lukas Adrian Jurk The Patient Room Planning, Design, Layout

Cor Wagenaar, Noor Mens, Guru Manja, Colette Niemeijer, Tom Guthknecht Hospitals A Design Manual

2020. pages 272. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 150 b/w, 160 color ills.

2019. 272 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 800 b/w ills., 200 color ills.

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Holger Kleine The Drama of Space Spatial Sequences and Compositions in Architecture

Thomas Schröpfer Dense + Green Cities Architecture as Urban Ecosystem

Terri Meyer Boake Complex Steel Structures Non-Orthogonal Geometries in Building with Steel

2017. 296 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 150 b/w ills., 200 color ills.

2020. 320 pages. 30.0 × 23.0 cm 200 color ills., 100 monochrome drawings, 60 drawings

2020. 360 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 50 b/w ills., 200 color ills.

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Matthias Beckh, Juan Ignacio del Cueto Ruiz-Funes, Matthias Ludwig, Andreas Schätzke, Rainer Schützeichel Candela Isler Müther Positions on Shell Construction. Positionen zum Schalenbau. Posturas sobre la construcción de cascarones. 2020. 208 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 260 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2096-2 EN/GER/ESP € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

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Katrin Trautwein 225 Colors A Selection for Painters and Conservators, Architects and Designers 2nd revised edition 2020. 208 pages. 27.5 × 20.5 cm with 225 hand-applied original color samples

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Österreichisches Institut für Baubiologie und -ökologie (Ed.) Details for Passive Houses: New Buildings A Catalogue of Ecologically Rated Constructions 4th edition 2018. 352 pages. 34.0 × 24.0 cm 80 color ills., 100 drawings

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Andrew Watts Modern Construction Envelopes Systems for architectural design and prototyping

Andrew Watts Modern Construction Case Studies Emerging Innovation in Building Techniques

E-Book 978-3-0356-2098-6 EN/GER/ESP € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50 Andrew Watts Modern Construction Handbook 5th edition 2018. 504 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 1500 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1690-3 EN € 86.95 / $ 99.99 / £ 79.00 Print SC 978-3-0356-1691-0 EN € 51.95 / $ 59.99 / £ 47.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1708-5 EN 978-3-0356-1710-8 EN € 86.95 / $ 99.99 / £ 79.00

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Uta Pottgiesser, Angel Ayón Reglazing Modernism Intervention Strategies for 20th-Century Icons

4th edition 2018. 592 pages. 29.7 × 24.0 cm 1740 b/w ills.

2019. 256 pages. 30.0 × 22.0 cm 300 color ills.

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Andrea Deplazes (Ed.) Constructing Architecture Materials, Processes, Structures. A Handbook

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3rd edition 2019. 524 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 1500 color ills.

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Michael Green, Jim Taggart Tall Wood Buildings Design, Construction and Performance

2020. 312 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 80 b/w ills., 300 color ills.

Second and expanded edition 2020. 200 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 120 b/w ills., 200 color ills., 120 monochrome drawings

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Michael Schumacher, Michael-Marcus Vogt, Luis Arturo Cordón Krumme New MOVE Architecture in Motion – New Dynamic Components and Elements 2019. 216 pages. 29.0 × 24.0 cm 450 b/w ills., 400 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1360-5 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1362-9 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50

Quang Truong Composite Architecture Building and Design with Carbon Fiber and FRPs

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2nd edition 2019. 224 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 600 color ills.

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Markus Hudert, Sven Pfeiffer (Eds.) Rethinking Wood Future Dimensions of Timber Assembly 2019. 296 pages. 27.0 × 18.0 cm 200 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1689-7 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1706-1 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50


Gernot Minke, Benjamin Krick Straw Bale Construction Manual Design and Technology of a Sustainable Architecture 2nd edition 2020. 160 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 298 b/w ills., 100 color ills., 86 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-1854-9 EN € 44.95 / $ 51.99 / £ 41.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1875-4 EN € 44.95 / $ 51.99 / £ 41.00

Alexander Reichel, Kerstin Schultz (Eds.) SCALE Volumes 1–5 (Set)

Liliane Wong Adaptive Reuse Extending the Lives of Buildings

2017. 864 pages.. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 1275 b/w ills., 947 color ills.

2016. 264 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 300 color ills.

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Sascha Peters, Diana Drewes Materials in Progress Innovations for Designers and Architects

Phillip Bernstein Architecture | Design | Data Practice Competency in the Era of Computation

2019. 272 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 50 b/w ills., 350 color ills.

2018. 200 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 60 b/w ills., 60 color ills.

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Klaus Jan Philipp Architecture – Drawn From the Middle Ages to the Present

Teresa Fankhänel, Andres Lepik (Eds.) The Architecture Machine The Role of Computers in Architecture

2020. 352 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 90 b/w ills., 160 color ills. Print HC 978-3-03821-573-8 EN € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 72.50

2020. 248 pages. 28.0 × 21.0 cm 230 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2154-9 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Bert Bielefeld (Ed.) Planning Architecture Dimensions and Typologies

Bert Bielefeld Spaces in Architecture Areas, Distances, Dimensions

2016. 568 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 1200 b/w ills.

2018. 164 pages. 25.0 × 19.0 cm 250 b/w ills.

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Ann-Christin Siegemund Basics Roof Construction New edition 2020. 80 pages. 22.0 × 15.5 cm 80 b/w ills., 80 monochrome drawings Print SC 978-3-0356-1942-3 EN € 14.95 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.50

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Klaus Zwerger Cereal Drying Racks Culture and Typology of Wood Buildings in Europe and East Asia With a foreword by Hermann Kaufmann 2020. 360 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 125 monochrome drawings, 375 duplex Print HC 978-3-0356-1930-0 EN € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 91.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1944-7 EN € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 91.00

Christian Gänshirt Tools for Ideas Introduction to Architectural Design Expanded and updated edition 2020. 400 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 200 two-color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-2174-7 EN € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50 E-BOOK 978-3-0356-2208-9 EN € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50

Christian Schittich Vernacular Architecture Atlas for Living Throughout the World 2019. 384 pages. 24.0 × 30.0 cm 1050 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1631-6 EN € 79.95 / $ 89.99 / £ 72.50 Print HC 978-3-0356-1609-5 DE € 79.95 / $ 89.99 / £ 72.50

Martin Søberg, Anna Hougaard (Eds.) The Artful Plan Architectural Drawing Reconfigured 2020. 376 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 250 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1874-7 EN € 49.95 / $ 59.99 / £ 45.50

Alexander Schilling Architecture and Modelbuilding Concepts, Methods, Materials 2018. 250 pages. 17.0 × 24.0 cm 80 b/w ills., 360 color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-1479-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1473-2 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Andri Gerber (Ed.) Training Spatial Abilities A Workbook for Students of Architecture 2020. 160 pages. 21.0 × 29.7 cm 200 b/w ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-2043-6 EN € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 27.00

ARCH+, Anh-Linh Ngo, Arno Brandlhuber, Mirko Gatti, Christine Rüb (Eds.) The Property Issue Politics of Space and Data 2020. 240 pages. 29.5 × 24.0 cm 350 color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-2106-8 EN € 25.95 / $ 29.99 / £ 23.50

ARCH+, Anh-Linh Ngo, Christian Hiller, Alexandra Nehmer, Philipp Oswalt (Eds.) Can Design Change Society? Project Bauhaus 2019. 240 pages. 24.0 × 29.5 cm 350 color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-1948-5 EN € 25.95 / $ 29.99 / £ 23.50


Sigrid Bürstmayr, Karl Stocker (Eds.) Designing Sustainable Cities Manageable Approaches to Make Urban Spaces Better 2020. 152 pages 23.5 × 22.0 cm 60 color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-2198-3 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2203-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Sophie Wolfrum (Ed.) Squares Urban Spaces in Europe 2014. 312 pages. 25.0 × 30.0 cm 380 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-03821-649-0 EN € 79.95 / $ 112.00 / £ 72.50 E-Book 978-3-03821-523-3 EN € 79.95 / $ 112.00 / £ 72.50

Anna Roos Swiss Sensibility The Culture of Architecture in Switzerland 2017. 244 pages. 33.0 × 21.0 cm 98 b/w ills., 147 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1128-1 EN € 59.95 / $ 69.95 / £ 54.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-0922-6 EN € 59.95 / $ 69.95 / £ 54.50

Scott Jennings Melbourne Refining Nature The Landscape Architecture of Peter Walker

B. Cannon Ivers Staging Urban Landscapes The Activation and Curation of Flexible Public Spaces 2018. 304 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 20 b/w ills., 1000 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1189-2 EN € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

Sophie Wolfrum, Alban Janson The City as Architecture 2019. 144 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 36 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1798-6 EN € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 32.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1805-1 EN € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 32.00

Print HC 978-3-0346-1325-5 EN € 49.95 / $ 70.00 / £ 45.50

Annette Becker, Stefanie Lampe, Lessano Negussie, Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds.) Ride a Bike! Reclaim the City 2018. 280 pages. 26.0 × 21.0 cm 220 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1548-7 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1525-8 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

Christian Schittich China’s New Architecture Returning to the Context 2019. 144 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 60 b/w ills., 120 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1757-3 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1817-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Françoise Fromonot (Ed.) Transforming Landscapes Michel Desvigne Paysagiste 2020. 208 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 400 color ills., 100 monochrome drawings

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Martin Prominski, Antje Stokman, Daniel Stimberg, Hinnerk Voermanek, Susanne Zeller, Katarina Bajc River.Space.Design Planning Strategies, Methods and Projects for Urban Rivers. Second and Enlarged Edition

Peter Petschek Grading BIM. landscapingSMART. 3D-Machine Control Systems. Stormwater Management

Print HC 978-3-0356-1186-1 EN € 79.95 / $ 89.95 / £ 72.50

2013. 356 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 90 b/w ills., 720 color ills.

E-Book 978-3-0356-1046-8 EN € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 63.50

2020. 176 pages. 27.0 × 21.0 cm 40 b/w ills., 180 color ills.

2nd edition 2017. 328 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 598 color ills., 175 drawings

Leonhard Schenk Designing Cities Basics, Principles, Projects

3rd edition 2019. 286 pages. 24.0 × 17.5 cm 70 b/w ills., 10 tables Print SC 978-3-0356-1956-0 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Jutta Kehrer (Ed.) New Horizons Eight Perspectives on Chinese Landscape Architecture Today 2020. 312 pages. 27.0 × 20.0 cm 480 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2145-7 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2149-5 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50

Hansjörg Gadient, Sophie von Schwerin, Simon Orga Migge The Original Landscape Designs Die originalen Gartenpläne 1910–1920 2018. 272 pages. 29.0 × 29.0 cm 370 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1359-9 EN/GER € 86.95 / $ 99.99 / £ 79.00

Nadine Olonetzky Inspirations A Time Travel through Garden History 2017. 216 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1384-1 EN € 34.95 / $ 39.99 / £ 32.00

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Astrid Zimmermann Elements in Landscape Areas, Distances, Dimensions 2019. 176 pages. 25.0 × 19.0 cm 250 b/w ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-1857-0 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2104-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50

Astrid Zimmermann Planning Landscape Dimensions, Elements, Typologies

Astrid Zimmermann (Ed.) Constructing Landscape Materials, Techniques, Structural Components

2015. 304 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 900 b/w ills., 600 monochrome drawings

3rd edition 2015. 536 pages. 29.7 × 23.0 cm 850 b/w ills., 300 color ills.

Print HC 978-3-0346-0760-5 EN € 89.95 / $ 126.00 / £ 82.00

Print HC 978-3-0356-0465-8 EN € 89.95 / $ 126.00 / £ 82.00

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Gabriele Kiefer, Anika Neubauer Landscape for Architects / Landschaft für Architekten / Paisaje para arquitectos Landscape, Park, Building, Qualities, Use / Landschaft, Park, Haus, Qualitäten, Nutzung 2020. 1072 pages. 15.5 × 11.0 cm 500 b/w ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-1676-7 EN/GER/ESP € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50 Print HC 978-3-0356-1726-9 EN/GER/ESP € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 72.50

Alex MacLean Impact The effect of climate change on coastlines

Christian Tschumi Mirei Shigemori – Rebel in the Garden Modern Japanese Landscape Architecture

2020. 336 pages. 33.0 × 23.0 cm 200 color ills.

2nd edition 2020. 204 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 127 b/w ills., 223 color ills.

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MAK – Museum für angewandte Kunst, Christoph ThunHohenstein, Anne-Katrin Rossberg, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier (Eds.) Die Frauen der Wiener Werkstätte / Women Artists of the Wiener Werkstätte

MAK – Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Sebastian Hackenschmidt, Wolfgang Thillmann (Eds.) Bugholz, vielschichtig – Thonet und das moderne Möbeldesign / Bentwood and Beyond – Thonet and Modern Furniture Design

Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Elisabeth Schmuttermeier, Christian Witt-Dörring (Eds.) Koloman Moser Universalkünstler zwischen Gustav Klimt und Josef Hoffmann / Universal Artist between Gustav Klimt and Josef Hoffmann

2020. 304 pages. 31.0 × 23.5 cm 440 color ills.

2019. 288 pages. 30.5 × 23.0 cm 302 color ills.

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Atelier Brückner (Ed.) Scenography – Szenografie 2 Staging the Space / Der inszenierte Raum

Markus Caspers Designing Motion Automotive Designers 1890 to 1990

2018. 368 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 270 b/w ills., 540 color ills.

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Michelle Christensen, Florian Conradi Politics of Things A Critical Approach Through Design

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Bernhard E. Bürdek Design History, Theory and Practice of Product Design 2nd edition 2015. 296 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 100 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-0403-0 EN € 19.95 / $ 22.99 / £ 18.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-0394-1 EN € 44.95 / $ 63.00 / £ 41.00

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Ralf Michel (Ed.) Integrative Design Essays and Projects on Design Research

Sylvia Leydecker (Ed.) Designing Interior Architecture Concept, Typology, Material, Construction

2019. 152 pages. 22.4 × 16.8 cm 33 b/w ills.

2013. 368 pages. 29.7 × 24.0 cm 700 color ills., 100 drawings

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Stephen Verderber, Ted Cavanagh, Arlene Oak (Eds.) Thinking While Doing Explorations in Educational Design / Build 2019. 384 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 90 b/w ills., 75 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1338-4 EN € 77.95 / $ 89.99 / £ 71.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1347-6 EN € 77.95 / $ 89.99 / £ 71.00

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