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CONTENTS ARCHITECTURE Architects | Buildings Intimacies 4 Open Building Research 5 Aalto in Detail 6 Modern Heritage 7 Out of the Clouds 8 Leandro Valencia Locsin 8 Miracles in Concrete 9 The Built Work of Giuseppe Pizzigoni 9 Types | Functions Villa urbaine / Urban Villa Design | Planning Drawn to Design Universal Singular

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Construction | Materials Steel Construction Building Simply

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Cities | Regions | Urbanism Architecture of Normal City, Climate, and Architecture Coping with Urban Climates Southeast Asian Modern The Enriched Field

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Theory | History Collective Processes Home Smart Home Inhabited Machines The Life and Death of Objects The New Technological Condition Infrastructural Love

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DETAIL Big 25 At Home 26 Manual of Structural Design 27 Hybrid Structures 28 Rebuilding in the Palatinate 29 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Urban Agricultural Heritage DESIGN Visualizing Complexity The Question Concerning the   Sustaining Support of Digital Objects Space Tessellations Design, Gestaltung, Formatività

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ART Edition Angewandte Judith P. Fischer – Linie Form Raum /   Line Shape Space 44 Liddy Scheffknecht – Points in Time 46 Toxic Temple 48 Moonstruck 48 BACKLIST Selected titles

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Karine Dana, Sebastian Redecke

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Intimacies The Architecture of Youssef Tohme PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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ARCHITECTURE   ARCHITECTS | BUILDINGS

Founded in 2008, the French-Lebanese firm of Youssef Tohme Architects and Associates has a delicate signature that takes the regional context as its starting point in developing an individual architectural language. By using a wide variety of materials that interact with the built environment, they create buildings that evolve over time alongside their inhabitants. The book documents twelve of the firm’s projects – from a single-family home to a museum, including urban interventions in Beirut, Paris, Bordeaux, Marseille, and Bucharest. The book

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also includes an essay that takes a comprehensive look at the working methods of this firm, focusing in particular on the dimension of time and the changes that occur as the buildings are used. Karine Dana Independent architectural writer and videographer Sebastian Redecke Architect and writer, editor of Bauwelt magazine

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The first comprehensive monograph on the French-Lebanese architecture firm

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Architectural and urban planning projects

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

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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 influential people in transdisciplinary

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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 and 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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Céline Dietziker, Lukas Gruntz

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Aalto in Detail A Catalogue of Components PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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This carefully curated compilation celebrates the rich detail in the work of Aino, Elissa, and Alvar Aalto. Every support, railing, and handle is the result of intensive formal and functional research. The authors document 50 Aalto buildings – some well-known and others less so – and arrange their photographs by component into 20 chapters. The result is a rich photographic record that will serve as a source of inspiration for every architect.

Céline Dietziker Architect, Basel Lukas Gruntz Architect, Basel Annette Helle Institute of Architecture, FHNW Muttenz, Switzerland

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Inspiring documentation with 400 systematically arranged photos

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With an introduction by Professor Annette Helle

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Villa Mairea Noormarkku, Finland 1937-39

Villa Mairea Noormarkku, Finland 1937-39

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Related titles Karl Fleig, Elissa Aalto Alvar Aalto – Das Gesamtwerk / L'œuvre complète / The Complete Work 1990 Print HC 978-3-7643-5517-3 GER/FR/EN € 249.95 / $ 350.00 / £ 217.50

Studio Aalto Helsinki, Finland 1954-55, 1962-63

The Aalto House Helsinki, Finland 1935-36

Peter Zumthor Thinking Architecture 2010 Print HC 978-3-0346-0585-4 EN € 34.95 / $ 49.00 / £ 32.00


Ana Tostões (Ed.)

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Modern Heritage Reuse. Renovation. Restoration PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Modernism is the most defining architectural expression of the 20th century – a movement that transformed built environments around the world in an unprecedented way. Many of these buildings are in need of repair now or their original function is no longer needed. This publication in cooperation with Docomomo explores strategies of rehabilitating works of this era. Architects and art historians discuss challenges in the preservation of Modernist buildings. 24 best-practice examples are highlighted, illustrating various

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approaches to restoration. Among them, there are unknown gems such as the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon or the stunning house that Juan O’Gorman built for his father in Mexico – interventions guided by respect for the authenticity of the architecture and based on substantial research. Ana Tostões President Docomomo international, Professor of architecture at Lisbon University

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Essays by well-known scholars such as Barry Bergdoll, Jörg Haspel, Franz Graf or Ana Tostões

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A worldwide tour of outstanding monuments of Modernism

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With numerous plans illustrating the interventions and attractive photography

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Wolf D. Prix., Coop Himmelb(l)au (Eds.)

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Out of the Clouds Wolf dPrix: Sketches 1967–2020 PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Architecture and freehand drawing are inextricably linked. Even in the Gothic period, the principle applied: what you can’t build, you at least draw. The same applies to the sketches of Wolf dPrix, co-founder and CEO of Coop Himmelb(l)au. Over the 53 years of their creation, Prix’s sketches formed the first stage of every design – despite rapid developments in digital architecture. Whereas his freehand drawings were proxies for completed projects in the 1960s and 1970s, today they serve as

strategic guides to the firm’s complex buildings. From 2,800 archival drawings, 1,300 examples were selected for publication to represent developmental dynamics in an archive-like format. As invaluable documents of architectural history, they illustrate some 320 selected projects.

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Freehand drawing as a central medium of Wolf dPrix

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1,300 sketches from 320 projects spanning over 50 years

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With a foreword by Thom Mayne (Morphosis), a conversation between Kristin Feireiss and Wolf dPrix, and an essay by Günther Feuerstein

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The first monograph of the architect Leandro Valencia Locsin

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Important representative of post-war Philippine modernism

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Sculptural concrete architecture, from the Expo pavilion to the airport

Wolf dPrix Co-founder of the cooperative architectural design firm Coop Himmelb(l)au, Vienna

Jean-Claude Girard

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Leandro Valencia Locsin Filipino Architect PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The largely unknown oeuvre of the Philippine architect Leandro V. Locsin embodies the search for identity in the built environment. Locsin opened his practice in 1953 in the capital Manila which, after the aerial attacks by the Allied forces for the liberation of the Philippines from Japanese occupation, had been almost completely destroyed. The reconstruction, as well as technical innovations and favorable political and economic conditions, made it possible for him to design a wide range

and large number of projects, including hotels, churches, cultural venues, commercial and public buildings. His work combines inspiration from modernism with local traditions and comprises a total of 245 projects, of which more than half were completed. The book presents a selection of the most important buildings and projects. Jean-Claude Girard Architect and Lecturer at the HEPIA Geneva


Estonian Museum of Architecture (Ed.)

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Miracles in Concrete Structural Engineer August Komendant PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The Estonian-American civil engineer August Komendant (1906–1992) worked with numerous famous architects and engineers on several of the 20th century’s most iconic buildings.Concrete was Komendant’s passion through decades. He used his expertise in designing structures as different as the Kadriorg Stadium grandstand in Tallinn, Estonia (Elmar Lohk, 1938), the Habitat ’67 experimental housing complex in Montréal, Canada (Moshe Safdie, 1967) and the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, USA (Louis I. Kahn, 1972).

Komendant combined technical expertise with a keen sense of aesthetics: as an engineer, he valued the timeless and enduring qualities of architecture. He knew that miracles require more than spreadsheets and a budget – the creative impulse is essential. Carl-Dag Lige Architecture critic and historian, curator at the Estonian Museum of Architecture

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One of the most innovative civil engineers of the 20th century

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Specialized in the use of reinforced concrete and various other concrete technologies

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Structural engineer to architects such as Louis I. Kahn, Moshe Safdie, and Eero Saarinen

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An important representative of Italian modernism

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Systematic analysis of innovative residential floor plans

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Newly created drawings of approx. 60 buildings

Luciano Motta

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The Built Work of Giuseppe Pizzigoni PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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MAY 2022

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Giuseppe Pizzigoni, an architect of classical and postwar modernism in northern Italy, owes his reputation to his connections with the Novecento movement, his independence from fascism, and his interest in innovative residential layouts. This study presents for the first time the architect’s entire built work, comprising not only residential structures but also sacral buildings, monuments, educational and industrial buildings. Pizzigoni’s experimental spirit drove him to create original designs across diverse fields of

architecture, typology and forms of living, construction systems and load-bearing structures, geometry and aesthetics. Each of the approx. 60 works is described through the plans of the building, an axonometric view and detailed drawings, all of which have been redrawn for this publication. Luciano Motta Instructor and researcher at the Chair and Institute of Housing and Principles of Design at RWTH Aachen University


Benoît Jacques, Rui Filipe Pinto, Association Plot (Eds.)

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Villa urbaine / Urban Villa L’exemple lausannois / The Lausanne Example PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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ARCHITECTURE   TYPES | FUNCTIONS

The typology of the urban villa originated in the late 19th century yet still represents a viable and attractive alternative to the detached single-family home. Several apartments spread across up to five floors are connected by a common staircase. In terms of urban planning, this type of structure makes it possible to reconcile dense urban settlement with open green spaces. Specially commissioned photographs and plan drawings of eight exemplary Lausanne

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townhouses illustrate texts written by international authors, who unfold the theme in its worldwide relevance. Benoît Jacques Architect, Lausanne/Thonon-les-Bains Rui Filipe Pinto Architect, Zurich

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Typological study of an urban structural form with a future

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Bibliophile documentation of eight prototypical villas in Lausanne

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With texts by Martine Jaquet, Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, Luca Ortelli, Jonathan Sergison, Martin Steinmann, Oswald Mathias Ungers, and photos by Filip Dujardin.

Related titles Oliver Heckmann, Friederike Schneider Floor Plan Manual Housing 2018 Print HC 978-3-0356-1144-1 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50 Peter Ebner et al. typology+. Innovative Residential Architecture 2009 Print HC 978-3-0346-0087-3 EN € 79.95 / $ 95.00 / £ 112.00


Eric Jenkins

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Drawn to Design Analyzing Architecture Through Freehand Drawing Expanded and Updated Edition PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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MAY 2022

The book is a guide for students and teachers to understand the need for, the role of and the methods and techniques of freehand analytical sketching in architecture. The conceptual goal of this approach is to use drawing not as illustration or depiction, but as exploration. The main component is a series of chapters that constitute a typology of fundamental issues in architecture and urban design; for instance, issues of „façade“ are illustrated with sketch diagrams that show how

façades can be explored and sketched through a series of specific questions and step-by-step procedures. In the expanded and updated edition, a new part explores the questions and experiences of large architectural offices in applying freehand drawing in the practice of architectural design.

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Freehand sketching as a design tool

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Covers the key tasks in building design

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Expanded and updated edition with extensive section on practice

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Learning from designers of outstanding public spaces in Europe

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Numerous unpublished design sketches

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A clear guide to urban design

Eric Jenkins Architect and Professor of Architecture, Maryland Institute College of Art

Sonia Curnier

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Universal Singular Contemporary public space design unveiled

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FRENCH Singulier Universel. Conception d'espaces publics contemporains dévoilée PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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The way public spaces are designed reflects the period in which they were created. However, in our globalized world of experience and images the desire for uniqueness tends to achieve the opposite: increasingly, designers of open spaces resort to the same devices and thereby distance themselves from the urban context. The author analyzes ten outstanding contemporary designs of public spaces in Europe in terms of their function in the urban context and what materials are used for their

implementation. In interviews with the designers she retraces the changes of the concepts during the design stage of the projects, underpinning her findings with numerous sketches. In addition, her research focuses on how the projects were received in the community. A topical introduction to the design of public spaces. Sonia Curnier Architect and Researcher at the EPF Lausanne


Terri Meyer Boake

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Steel Construction Set in 4 volumes PAGES ILLS. PRINT

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This set of four volumes on steel design by Terri Meyer Boake comprises both an overall approach for understanding how architects design and build with steel, as well as cutting-edge specialized topics reflecting the revolutionary transformation in the use of steel in architecture in the last decade. Among these are diagrid structures, architecturally exposed structural steel (AESS) and non-orthogonal geometries in steel design. Boake’s books “underscores the currency of architectural designs that combine the tectonic expression of steel with particular attention to the craft of building

and its detailing” (Journal of Architectural Education). Each volume comprises thematic sections that provide a proficient overview of the topic, and covers constructed examples from across the world. The analyses, both detailed and descriptive, are amply documented by photographs by the author.

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A comprehensive compendium on the newest developments in steel design

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Presentations of advanced architectural solutions

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Extensively illustrated through detailed photographs by the author

Terri Meyer Boake Professor at the School of Architecture, University of Waterloo, Canada

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Connection Design Checklist

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Shop versus Site Fabrication

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Connection Mock-ups and Visual Samples

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Bolted Connections

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The transformation of the Las Arenas Bullring Mall in Barcelona, Spain, designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, relies on a system of AESS tubes, pin and tension connections to create its architectural statement. Color plays heav-

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The steel structures that defined the Modern era were characterized by fairly standard “framed” connection details. Standardized ways of connecting beams to columns were possible due to the orthogonal nature of the structure. Even the engineering of many structures was able to be simplified into a two-dimensional system of forces. The advent of complex structures introduced a high level of difficulty both in the calculation of force systems as well as the means to resolve their transfer through connections points. This was due to the more three-dimensional nature of the overall form as well as the absence of right angles of intersection. Complex geometries require a more responsive approach, and nodal connections have been developed to satisfy this role. Nodes play a critical role in the design of spaceframes, diagrid structures and lattice/gridshell systems.

1. THE EMERGENCE OF THE NODE: SPACEFRAMES 7 Definition of Node by Oxford Dictionary on lexico.com, a common definition referring to structural systems.

The incorporation of cast steel nodes at the intersection of the 8 concrete filled steel tubes that form the delta frame supports at the Queen Richmond Centre in Toronto, ON, Canada, 2015 by Sweeny&Co Architects was a critical aesthetically driven choice that has resulted in the numerous design awards that this project has received. The project required a high level of fabrication coordination between the casting designers CastConnex and the steel fabricator/ erector Walters Group.

node /n d/ Noun. A point at which lines or pathways intersect or branch; a central or connecting point.7 Although in a looser sense the terms “joint” or “connection” might be considered synonymous, the term “node” conjures a very different visual idea of the aesthetics and functional requirements of a three-dimensional connection. Nodes as structural and functional terms first appeared in conjunction with geodesic domes and spaceframe technology. Nodes were critical in the creation of a heavily prefabricated system that could permit easy assembly on site. The members were fairly light and the geometries, though relatively regular, required the resolution of a high number of angled components at a point. The size of the node was directly related to the number of connecting members and the ability to nimbly accept their summative cross-sectional areas. Traditional steel fabrication methods using standard bolted or welding methods were incapable of addressing this type of connection. They were too bulky. Spaceframes were designed as prefabricated systems subjected to fairly consistent loading that encouraged significant uniformity in their design. Although some pre assembly of larger spaceframe assemblies can be done prior to lifting, many of the connections are done on site. Spaceframe nodes were quite unlike the angled connections in 2D or 3D trusses which were normally shop-fabricated and could afford some structural continuity of the chord members through the joint, providing stiffness. In theory, moment resistance at panel points is not required, as truss members are typically designed only for axial loading. Nodes, on the other hand, tend (although not exclusively) to be fabricated as discrete elements to which other members connect, so there is a level of discontinuity at this point, shifting certain responsibility to the physical connection between the node and the incoming members.

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The basic issues and solution strategies for connecting steel, including lap joints, butt joints and methods of bolting and welding, are covered in detail in “Chapter 3: Connections and Framing Techniques” of Understanding Steel Design: An Architectural Design Manual. The intention of this chapter is to provide a coherent sampling of connection details that can provide the basis of and inspiration for project design and act as visual references. Contemporary connection design has borrowed significantly from the type of detailing characteristic of the High Tech movement. More information on these precedents can be found in “Chapter 5: AESS: Its History and Development” in Understanding Steel Design: An Architectural Design Manual.

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For some more unusual AESS applications, the node and the elements have been combined into one piece to create a more complete system. This path is chosen in many cases to create larger sub-assemblies that can be welded together in the fabrication shop. These also minimize site assembly and speed up erection.

The sculptural ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower, designed by Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond with Arup for the London Olympics in 2012, uses a diagrid–like structure where the node and diagonal member are conceived as a modular unit system. Although most of the angles are inconsistent from element to element, the simple bolted-plate on– site connections allowed for sub-assembly prior to lifting and a speedier erection. The welding of the AESS structure was all done in the shop and the elements arrived to the site prepainted – for a more spectacular to view erection.

ily into the expression of the AESS.

DEFINITIONS Member refers to the discrete sections of steel, such as wide-flange (Universal) sections, hollow structural sections (HSS), angles, channels, rods or cables. Element references the larger agglomerated pieces of a building. This includes trusses, beams and columns as they extend from one external connection point to the other. A small or uncomplicated element may be constituted simply by one steel member. In many AESS projects the additional complexity will require the assemblage of larger elements from a number of members.

The Canton Tower in Guangzhou, China, designed by Mark Hemel/Barbara Kuit/IBA Architects with Arup, creates sculptural interest in the diagrid structure by refraining from using the nodal elements that typically keep the intersecting steel elements in line, but instead allowing the members to overlap as a way to create depth in the view of the structure. The tubular elements and their connecting pieces were shop-fabricated so that they could be shipped as larger pieces. Note the scale of the workers on the bamboo scaffolding to gain an appreciation of the extreme size of these members. The tubes with the largest diameters were fabricated with all of the attachment elements and connected end-to-end without intermediate connecting pieces. Pieces with smaller diameters were attached on site.

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Florian Nagler (Ed.)

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Building Simply A guideline PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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How can architecture create a pleasant indoor climate using construction techniques and as little technology as possible? Researchers from four different departments at the Technical University of Munich joined forces with the engineering firm Transsolar Energietechnik to explore integral strategies for simple, energyefficient construction. The architecture firm Florian Nagler Architekten implemented the plans developed by the TUM project for three prototype

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buildings made of solid wood, masonry and lightweight concrete in monolithic construction. Using these apartment buildings as examples, the guide vividly elucidates the six core principles of simple construction. Florian Nagler Architect, Professor at the Chair of Architectural Design and Construction, Technical University of Munich (TUM)

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Analysis of three exemplary apartment buildings

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Monolithic structures in wood, lightweight concrete, and brick

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The result of an interdisciplinary research project at the Technical University of Munich

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ARCHITECTURE   CITIES | REGIONS | URBANISM


Daniel Kaven

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Architecture of Normal The Colonization of the American Landscape PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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This publication explores the dissonance between the overwhelming American landscape and the underwhelming architecture of its strip malls, fast food chains, motels and tract housing. In an undertaking that is part travelogue, art book and architectural survey, it charts the patterns created by reigning modes of transportation and examines how people came to accept the bland, branded boxes lining America’s streets and freeways as architecture. Beginning with a portrait of ambulatory Native American societies and the

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introduction of horses by the Spaniards, the book discusses the built environment shaped by trains, cars, planes and rockets, and looks toward a future architecture defined by autonomous cars and air taxis. This highly visual narrative includes extensive historical photography and Kaven’s own art. Daniel Kaven Architect and artist in Portland, Oregon; founding partner in the office of William / Kaven Architecture

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A portrait of human movement as related to the uninspired architecture spawned by transportation

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A journey through time, from the Zuni pueblos to today’s bland logo buildings

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400 images provide insights into the making of the United States

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City, Climate, and Architecture A Theory of Collective Practice

City, Climate, and Architecture

Volume 1 of the new series KLIMA POLIS

A Theory of Collective Practice Sascha Roesler

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The publication rethinks climate control – a key concern of the discipline of architecture – through the lens of city climate phenomena over the course of the 20th century. Based on a history of climate control on urban scales, it promotes the integration of indoors and outdoors in order to reduce environmental and thermal loads in cities. Just as heating and cooling practices inside the buildings are affecting the (urban) climate outdoors, urban heat islands are influencing the energy requirements and thermal conditions inside the buildings.

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While the first part of the book focuses on the interwar period in Europe, the publication’s second part considers examples from all over the globe, tracing the growing significance of ecological thinking for the design of urban environments. Sascha Roesler Professor at the Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio, Switzerland

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KLIMA POLIS: new series highlighting design-driven approaches to urban climates across the globe

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Sascha Roesler, Madlen Kobi, Lorenzo Stieger (Eds.)

Coping with Urban Climates Comparative Perspectives on Architecture and Thermal Governance

Coping with Urban Climates Comparative Perspectives on Architecture and Thermal Governance

Volume 2 of the new series KLIMA POLIS

Sascha Roesler, Madlen Kobi, Lorenzo Stieger (eds.)

Birkhäuser

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While 20th century architecture learned to control the climate of a building, the architecture of the 21st century needs to learn to cope with the climate of cities. Problems such as urban heat and air pollution need to be included in planning and design. Based on empirical realities in Cairo, Chongqing, Geneva and Santiago de Chile, the book underlines that the materiality and social practices attached to room heating, compound greening, street alignment or climate policies together form the tissue for

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contemporary urban climates. It interweaves socio-cultural with meteorological data and pioneers the new concept of thermal governance by linking architectural and technological as well as legal and economic dimensions of climate control in urban environments. Sascha Roesler, Madlen Kobi, Lorenzo Stieger Accademia di architettura di Mendrisio, Switzerland

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Based on ethnographic inquiries and visual mappings


Peter Rowe, Yun Fu

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Southeast Asian Modern From Roots to Contemporary Turns PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Peter Rowe and Yun Fu’s second volume on the modernization of architecture in the Far East deals with Southeast Asia and Austronesia, including the 12 nation states of Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei, East Timor, Philippines and Taiwan, as well as the ocean peoples of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. The modern architecture of these culturally and nationally heterogenous regions echoes local vernacular traditions and colonial

as well as postcolonial hegemonies from both the East and the West. The book tells the stories of these separate roots and their culmination into contemporary architectural production, analyzing the distinctiveness and quality of approx. 65 building projects that have emerged in the past half century.

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Second volume of the history of Modern architecture in the Far East

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Excellent photographic presentations of approx. 65 buildings

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Important contribution on the globalization of architecture

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Many photographs, maps and diagrams specifically prepared for this publication

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Based on a number of field trips to China

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Exhibition in September 2022 in Tsingtao and other venues in China

Peter G. Rowe, Yun Fu Harvard Graduate School of Design

Leonardo Ramondetti

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The Enriched Field Urbanising the Central Plains of China The Enriched Field Urbanising the Central Plains of China

Leonardo Ramondetti

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Today’s China is experiencing massive urban growth: new towns are built, extensive suburbanization processes occur in many regions, and agricultural spaces are radically altered by the construction of new rural settlements. This publication considers these processes for the Central Plains of China, the previously mostly agricultural region comprising the lower reaches of the Yellow River, and, more specifically, Zhengzhou, the capital of the Henan province. Thus, a new landscape ensues that

distances itself from the traditional Chinese city but also from other urbanizations that occurred worldwide in the last century. The book investigates this unprecedented condition – for good or for bad – on the basis of the urban layout and the architecture of new infrastructures, housing, and spaces for production. Leonardo Ramondetti Assistant Professor and postdoctoral scholar, Politecnico di Torino


Natalie Donat-Cattin

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Collective Processes Counterpractices in European Architecture PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

248 155 color 17.0 × 24.0 cm

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NOVEMBER 2021

What is a collective process in architecture and how does it influence the planning of our built environment? Although the hierarchically organized office with its claim to individual authorship, still dominates the architectural landscape, more and more horizontally organized collectives with alternative approaches to architectural planning are emerging. In this insightful survey of renowned European collectives, Natalie Donat-Cattin offers an overview of the range of their working methods, organizational forms, goals, and projects.

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We tried to establish a work method by splitting each time our research topics into five subthemes; each component of the group then develops a part of it personally, collecting them in digital research catalogues we call Quadernetti. If this additive research method has created a sort of harmony during our Monday eve’s Skype meetings, when it comes to the design phase, we always dedicate way more time discussing rather than taking decisions over our projects. We often dedicate a great amount of time debating on the theme and scope of our work, relying on an unwarranted capacity of producing quality material in the last stretch. We formerly defined this as an antiprofessional approach: instead of specializing in different research areas, we confront continuously to enrich our shared knowledge on various topics. This aspect is translated in the collaborations that we have with external actors: whether we

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Home Smart Home How We Want to Live PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Welcome to the hybrid home, in which the bathroom has become a temple of wellness, the living room an online couch, and the kitchen a lounge. Everything appears tidy and chic, perfect for social media. In the Instagram Age, even micro-apartments are mutating into semi-public places. The German journalist Oliver Herwig has been studying the transformation of living spaces and dream interiors for years. In this book, he portrays a society in the throes of digital transformation. The lines between work, leisure

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Oliver Herwig Author, freelance journalist (SZ, FAZ) and lecturer for design theory at the University of Art and Design, Linz

Von Menschen der Digitalmoderne wird erwartet, dass sie sich flexibel in wechselnde (Arbeits)-Umgebungen einfügen. Kein Wunder, dass wir auch in der Ferne Ansprüche entwickeln, die vor allem von digitaler Infrastruktur geprägt sind: 5G und WLAN, Router und Zugangscodes. Das Wohnen macht da keine Ausnahme, besonders wenn es zu einem ultrakompakten Mix aus Wohnbadzimmer mit Kochnische komprimiert wurde. Tasche hinpfeffern, Socken rauskramen und die Zahnbürste auspacken – das ist nicht nur im Hotelzimmer ein Ritual. Es überträgt sich auf die Wohnwünsche, die auf viel Service abzielen, Pragmatismus und Selbstverständlichkeit. Niemand will nach Stromanschlüssen suchen. Zukunftsforscher Stephan Jung prognostiziert, dass die Generation Y rund 17 Mal den Job wechseln und 15 Mal umziehen werde. Da müsse „Umziehen und Wohnen nach dem „Plugand-play-Prinzip“58 funktionieren. Was damit gemeint ist, kann jeder Vielreisende nachvollziehen. Dazu muss sich niemand als Digitalnomade ausgeben. Etwas Anderes kommt hinzu, etwas Fundamentales: Dichte ist kein abstrakter soziologischer Begriff mehr, wir spüren die Nachbarinnen und Nachbarn, hören sie, auch wenn die Tür geschlossen ist. Ein neues soziales Miteinander ist aber deswegen noch nicht in Sicht. Es wird eng in den Metropolen, und die Preise für Immobilien gehen durch die Decke. Selbst München, Hamburg und Mailand, ja sogar Regensburg und Linz muss man sich leisten können. Längst herrscht Wohnraumnot, während abgeschnittene Dörfer und abgehängte Landstriche verwaisen. Das könnte man natürlich als Luxusproblem abtun, denn generell nehmen wir mehr Raum, mehr Ressourcen in Anspruch als jede Generation vor uns.59 So nah wir uns auch digital geben, leben wir in gebauter Distanz. Heute sind 47 Quadratmeter das Maß aller Dinge.60 Die „Single-Republik“ fordert mehr baulichen Aufwand und Abstand bei – und das ist kein Widerspruch – großer digitaler Offenheit. In Großstädten legt daher eine Wohnform zu, die an Studentenzeiten erinnert: die flächenoptimierte Mikrowohnung mit anderthalb- oder zwei Zimmern, Küche und Bad.61 Nutzer und Nutzerinnen verzichten auf Quadratmeter, um doch in der Stadt leben zu können, am liebsten dort, wo etwas los ist.

Micro-Housing: Plug-and-Play

Hybride home

and rest have been blurred, as our homes become temporary, multipurpose work, fun and multimedia spaces; the office has invaded the home, and the world of smart shopping is always just a word away thanks to Alexa. Nothing quite fits anymore, yet everything must have its place. Welcome to the hybrid home.

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Smart and analytical, the book reveals the hidden desires that shape how we live

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Inhabited Machines Genealogy of an Architectural Concept PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Around 1800, one of the most influential architectural concepts of the last 250 years emerged – that of built spaces as technical devices. Climate, morality, and comfort are the three main themes of this study, and each is vividly examined in separate chapters through synchronous comparison and with the help of examples. The emergence of corresponding metaphors, knowledge, and construction forms is traced over a period of about 70 years.

The author focuses particularly on the operative dimension of architecture. Thus, the book provides a historical perspective on a key topic for the future of architecture. The book is aimed at readers interested in architecture, technology or the cultural history of building and living.

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Modern living as a stay in the comfort machine

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From Westminster Palace to the Panopticon and the Gentleman’s Club

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Highly readable cultural studies of architecture

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Autobiographical reflections

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Foundations for critical reflections on design

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Moritz Gleich Director gta Verlag, ETH Zurich

Lars Lerup

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The Life and Death of Objects Autobiography of a Design Project Autobiography of a Design Project

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Lars Lerup's conceptual explorations as a designer and thinker have been inspired by philosophers and artists from Foucault to Beckett. Lerup's furniture designs elude consumer culture. They conform neither to what is commonly understood as useful nor to what is typically regarded as necessary. They question the assumed functions of furniture and, at the same time, their assigned place in space. His pieces interrogate their roles and positions and introduce a disturbing or at least disconcerting note to conventional floor plans.

This autobiography of a design project is about rendering visible the consumerism that is driving the current economically motivated expansion of our cities, and dealing with the consequences for the environment and society. Lars Lerup Professor and Dean Emeritus School of Architecture, Rice University, Houston Texas


Georg Vrachliotis

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The New Technological Condition Architecture and Technical Thinking in the Age of Cybernetics PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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APRIL 2022

In the era of cybernetics, architects suddenly encountered entirely new ways of operating technical systems: buildings could be calculated using circuit diagrams, creativity and imagination were confronted with the technical intelligence of thinking machines. Architects found themselves in the crosshairs of cybernetics. At stake was nothing less than the continued existence of the architect’s inventive intelligence in a techno-scientific world. Today, we see computing machines,

once so heavy, losing weight while gaining power. Computers are fully colonizing the human environment, creating their own digital ecosystems, and giving rise to forms of society and ways of being that cannot even be explained without Big Data. Available for the first time in English as a new edition. Georg Vrachliotis Professor for Architectural Theory and Digital Culture, TU Delft

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Cybernetics – a hitherto neglected chapter in the history of architecture

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A new chapter on the issue of Big Data and architecture

Adrià Carbonell, Hélène Frichot, Hannes Frykholm, Sepideh Karami (Eds.)

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Infrastructural Love Caring for Our Architectural Support Systems PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

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Richard Grey, The Pre-emptive City, 2018

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This anthology radically resituates architecture as a support system in the service of infrastructure. A collection of 12 critical essays and creative projects explore the interaction between architectural spaces and infrastructural systems with the aim of responding to contemporary environmental, social, and political crises. In addition, the book presents a selection of 10 speculative design experiments undertaken in Critical Studies in Architecture at KTH Stockholm and within Design, Philosophy and Architecture at the University of Melbourne. With its integrative approach to pedagogy,

practice, and theory the book contributes to an understanding of the vulnerability of planetary life and the importance of fostering relations of care in architecture. Adrià Carbonell KTH Stockholm Hélène Frichot University of Melbourne Hannes Frykholm KTH Stockholm Sepideh Karami University of Edinburgh

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Infrastructure as an integral aspect of architecture

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The Heights Highschool in Arlington, US, © Laurian Ghinitoiu

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What does living in the city mean today? Urban centres promise diversity and agglomeration – they are the motors for changes in society. By means of 26 townhouses, urban multi-storey residential buildings and residential quarters for families, couples, flat/house shares and singles, this book presents a range of current lifestyle and living models. From organisation of the floor plan to construction details, various urban design and social aspects are presented. What decisions are made with regard to the degree of openness to and delimitation from the surrounding environment, which materials

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are used, how much private and communal space is planned? It is also considered how extensions, conversions and renovations can help to meet economic and ecological living requirements in the city.

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Decisions regarding the supporting structure have an influence on the design of a building as well as an economic and ecological impact. The creation of great and innovative buildings requires close collaboration of architects, clients and structural engineers. Modern structural systems can benefit from an appropriate combination of various building materials. The Manual of Structural Design goes beyond material confines and showcases suitable construction principles for different building

tasks. Classical masterpieces and outstanding current projects are used to demonstrate the potentials of structural systems for various building tasks and consider alternatives. Easyto-compare structural principles offer a basis for a common level of communication in an interdisciplinary planning process. Prof. Eberhard Möller Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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Appropriate combination of various building materials for modern structural systems

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Station in Liège, Santiago Calatrava © Robert Mehl

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Oliver Fischer, Werner Lang, Stefan Winter

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Hybrid structures of reinforced concrete and wood combine the advantages of solid construction with those of wood and thus represent an optimal construction option. Wood is eco-efficient and high degrees of prefabrication ensure an upscale quality standard and enable implementation without scaffolding, which in turn promises economic benefits. Concrete offers proven and cost-effective supporting structures for all building classes with common concepts of building technology and fire and sound insulation. The publication shows detailed solutions for the successful implementation of structural engineering and building physics requirements

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Experimental Housing Ostersiepen, Wuppertal © Sigurd Steinprinz, Düsseldorf

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Apart from being known for wine and classical music, the Palatinate is increasingly characterised by an appreciation of its everyday architecture. While including historical monuments, this often extends to neglected, forgotten buildings that would formerly have either been demolished or “renovated” beyond recognition. Now the building fabric is preserved and appreciated for the sake of sustainability and regional identity. Rather than being located in faceless outskirts, these buildings often

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have the prime advantage of a central location in a gradually developed urban landscape. Following modernisation without any false attributes to achieve cosiness, they are often used as cultural venues or holiday apartments in their second life, allowing everyone to benefit from them. Wolfgang Bachmann Editor-in-chief of the architecture magazine Baumeister from 1991 to 2011

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für das stadtklima sind vor allem arten aus submediterranen oder subkontinentalen klimaten geeignet, die hitze und trockenheit vertragen. die meisten mitteleuropäischen baumarten hingegen stammen aus Wald- oder auestandorten und scheiden daher aus. einige Pioniergehölze, wie z. b. arten von Populus (Pappel), sind aufgrund ihrer aggressiven, oberflächennahen Wurzeln (horizontalwurzelsystem), der bildung von Wurzelausläufern und ihres brüchigen holzes ungeeignet, während sorten von Acer platanoides (spitzahorn), ebenfalls ein Pioniergehölz, zumindest geeignet sind.

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

Aufenthalt

Laube Geräte

um die auswahl geeigneter straßenbaumarten zu optimieren, werden oftmals empfehlungs- oder negativlisten auf städtischer oder kommunaler ebene erstellt. in deutschland wird – basierend auf den erfahrungen der kommunalen grünflächenämter – eine straßenbaumliste durch den arbeitskreis der grünflächenamtsleiterkonferenz (gaLk) herausgegeben. > tab. 1.2.1 dieser arbeitskreis steht auch im austausch mit fachleuten aus den europäischen nach237 barländern. straßenbäume sind balliert mit einer stammhöhe von 220 bis 250 cm zu liefern. der durchgehende Leittrieb soll gleichmäßig mit mittelstarken ästen verzweigt sein, so der kleinklimatischen Verhältnisse, wirken positiv auf den der baum in den nächsten Jahrenund aufgeastet werden Wasserhaushalt, dass sind Lebensraum für Flora und Fauna kann. an hauptverkehrsstraßen istvon meist eine stammhöhe tragen zum Luftaustausch sowie zur Vernetzung Lebensräumen bei.bzw. ein Lichtraumprofil von 4,5 m notwendig, an nebenauch niedriger. Leittriebe mit zwieseln oder beBei der Anlagestraßen einer Kleingartenanlage sollten folgende schädigungen des Leittriebes sind unbedingt zu beanGemeinschaftseinrichtungen berücksichtigt werden: standen. > abb 1.2.2

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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

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Ballenqualität

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

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gesundheitszustand

letzter Jahrestrieb, Knospe oder Laub und rinde makellos, flechtenbewuchs

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

transport- und Lagerschäden

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

unkrautfreiheit

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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

aststummel („Kleiderhaken“) schnittwunden teilweise oder vollständig überwallt

Kompost

frische rindenschäden vom transport alte rindenschäden am stammfuß von Bodenbearbeitung

(Obst-)Hochstamm Obstspindel Ballen fest und dicht durchwurzelt

loser Kunstballen

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

Erschließung Gemeinschaftsgrün Stauden/Rosenbeete

Stauden / Rosenbeete

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Nachmittags-/Abendsonne

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Trockenmauern aus Naturstein

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und können lediglich aufsteigendes bodenwasser verhindern (frostfreie gründung). druckkräfte müssen direkt vom baugrund aufgenommen werden können. daher sind labile bauweisen nur auf gewachsenen böden möglich. in geringem umfang ist die labile ausführung – der stabilen gegenüber – elastischer, wodurch sie nachträglichen setzungen folgen kann, ohne ihre konstruktiven eigenschaften zu verlieren. zu dieser bauweise zählen neben trockenmauern auch Winkelstützmauern aus fertigteilen bis zu einer geringen höhe sowie Palisaden (> Abschnitt Stützwände). zusätzlich gibt es auf dem Markt spezielle hangsysteme wie raumgitterwände aus fertigteil-kübeln und Pflanzschalen. Verfüllte stützkörper wie erd- oder steingabionen können in abhängigkeit von der gewünschten höhe sowohl labil als auch stabil ausgeführt werden.

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 optimale Lage für Freisitz

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

No new space without a turnaround in transport policy

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Anordnung der Laube zentral Obst- und Gemüsebeete

formgehölze werden aus sommer- und immergrünen Laubgehölzen und seltener auch aus koniferen, vor allem aus Taxus baccata (eibe), gezogen. geeignet sind schnittverträgliche bäume und sträucher, z. b. Carpinus betulus (hainbuche), Tilia cordata (Winterlinde), Prunus lauroce­ rasus (kirschlorbeer) und Buxus sempervirens (buchsbaum). für formgehölze gibt es keine einheitlichen Qualitätsrichtlinien. Von größeren baumschulen werden die verschiedensten formen und figuren angeboten. bäume werden schirm-, säulen- oder fächerförmig, sträucher vor allem in geometrischen formen wie kugeln, Würfeln oder kegeln gezogen. ausgefallene gestaltungen, die nicht im sortiment geführt werden, können von spezialisierten baumschulen nach Wunsch herangezogen werden. dafür ist jedoch eine fertigungszeit von vier Jahren oder mehr

Kein neuer Raum ohne Verkehrswende

einzuplanen. formgehölze werden typischerweise für formale außenanlagen eingesetzt. die unterhaltungspflege ist sehr aufwendig. > abb. 1.2.4 großbäume werden in der regel nicht in der baumschule gezogen, sondern als mehr oder weniger ausgewachsene exemplare von ihrem langjährigen standort entnommen und versetzt. aufgrund ihres reifen oder unregelmäßigen, ausdrucksstarken habitus sind sie bereits unmittelbar nach der Pflanzung sehr raumwirksam und prägend. die kosten für eine Verpflanzung sind abhängig von art und größe, dem vorherigen standort und dem transportweg. sie können relativ gering, aber auch sehr hoch sein. die ausfallquote ist bedeutend höher als bei baumschulware, da beim Verpflanzen eines großbaums der größte teil der Wurzeln verloren geht. die notwendige unterhaltspflege ist meist sehr aufwendig und kostspielig. häufig benötigen solche bäume permanente Verankerungen, da sich ihr Wurzelsystem nicht kräftig genug aufbaut. da großbäume aufgrund ihres alters nicht mehr sehr anpassungsfähig sind, ist eine art- bzw. standortgerechte Verwendung umso wichtiger. Werden grundlegende ansprüche der bäume an Licht oder bodenverhältnisse nicht berücksichtigt, stagniert das Wachstum der versetzten großbäume, oder sie sterben allmählich ab. obstbäume sind für die Verwendung im öffentlichen raum ungeeignet. da sie vergleichsweise anspruchsvoll in

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Vielen von uns ist ein Leben am Ozean ein elementares Bedürfnis, eine tiefe Sehnsucht nach dem Ursprung unseres Daseins. Wir finden zu uns selbst, wenn wir den ursprünglichen Klängen eines Strandes lauschen, dem Rauschen sich brechender Wellen, wenn wir die salzige Meeresluft einatmen und den Blick am fernen Horizont schweifen lassen. Der Ozean vereint uns mit der Zeit und verbindet uns mit den Ufern der weiten Welt. Seine Anziehungskraft wirkt sanft und doch entschieden, er ist Teil unseres Unbewussten. Diese Gefühle verspüre ich noch immer, wenn ich beim Fliegen Spaziergänger am Strand erblicke, Urlauber, die sich im Sand ausstrecken und in der Sonne rekeln, oder wenn ich in den Sommermonaten zwischen den Barriereinseln und dem Festland über die Buchten gleite. Dann möchte ich am liebsten meinem einsamen Cockpit entfliehen und in einer Strandbude einkehren. Es entbehrt nicht einer gewissen Ironie, dass jene, die von den Vorzügen der Küste schwärmen, doch so wenig geneigt scheinen, sich die Folgen der Klimakrise vor Augen zu halten. Die gesamte Küste entlang, an all diesen Schauplätzen der amerikanischen Freizeitkultur, setzen Menschen die Zukunft unseres Klimas aufs Spiel, ohne einen Zusammenhang zwischen ihrem Lebensstil und dessen drastischen Folgen erkennen zu wollen. Vom Himmel aus betrachtet deutet wenig darauf hin, dass die Küstenbewohner bereit wären, ihren Konsum einzuschränken oder gar Abgasemissionen zu verringern. Solaranlagen oder Windkrafträder sind nach wie vor eine Seltenheit. Die Strandpromenade ist eine Bühne für exorbitante Reichtümer und materielle Exzesse: riesige Strandvillen mit Meerblick und privatem Swimmingpool, üppige Yachten, die mit kraftstrotzenden Motoren prahlen, Batterien von Luxusreisebussen, die sich hinter den Stränden aufreihen. Das Leben an der amerikanischen Ostküste erinnert an eine Klimaanlage, die bei aufgerissenen Fenstern auf Hochtouren läuft. Der anhaltende Andrang auf die besten Plätze an der Küste und die gleichzeitige Missachtung klimatischer Belange ist schockierend angesichts des Wachstums in den Küstenstädten und der zunehmenden Bevölkerungsdichte. Diese Strandkultur beruht auf der Anziehungskraft zahlreicher Barriereinseln, dieser natürlichen Sanddünen, die sich entlang der Ostküste und in Teilen des Golfs von Mexiko nahezu ununterbrochen aneinanderreihen. Hier wurden Küstenstädte errichtet, die sich dicht an dicht kilometerlang an die Strände pressen – ein Anblick, der das Gefühl eines bevorstehenden Desasters aufkommen lässt. Die städtebaulichen Bebauungspläne dieser Küstenregionen bieten viel Abwechslung und entspringen einem amerikanischen Immobilienwahn, der nicht erst seit gestern wütet. Zahlreiche Bauprojekte inmitten der Lagunen wurden in den 1960er und 1970er Jahren realisiert, in einer Zeit, als man die Bedeutung natürlicher Ökosysteme noch nicht in dem Maße erkannt hat, wie es heute der Fall ist. Das vielfache Trockenlegen von Sümpfen hat verheerende Spuren hinterlassen. Diese Art der Bebauung wird jedoch nach wie vor toleriert, neue

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Discussing and expanding the definitions of Design, Gestaltung, and Formatività

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Leading international theorists write about the relationship between matter and form

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A collection of new texts and first English translations of key texts

Patricia Ribault (Ed.)

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Design, Gestaltung, Formatività Philosophies of Making PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

368 220 color 22.5 × 17.0 cm

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What do the work processes of a neurosurgeon and a painter have in common? Applying the notions of Design, Gestaltung, and Formatività, this book sheds new light on processes of formation and transformation in the material world we live in. Scholars from the fields of history, philosophy, psychology, media, and cultural studies question established processes of giving form, while artists, designers, engineers, and scientists describe their creative processes. This book provides its readers with an overview of the spectrum of "philosophies of making”

and invites them to reflect on their own creative process, its possibilities and associated responsibilities to the environment, and ultimately to express these in action. There has never been a more urgent need to develop a new relationship between matter and form. Patricia Ribault Professor for Performative Design Research at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee


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Theresia Hauenfels (Ed.)

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Judith P. Fischer – Linie Form Raum / Line Shape Space Edition Angewandte PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

240 90 b/w, 165 color 26.0 × 20.0 cm

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This publication showcases and documents the work of the visual artist Judith P. Fischer, whose interplay of line, form, and space coalesces into a multilayered oeuvre. The focus of the book is on the tension between two- and three-dimensional modes of expression, with special attention paid to sculpture and drawing. Structure and haptics characterize Judith P. Fischer’s work, and transformation is a recurring motif. The book includes extensive photographic documentation of individual works, spatial

views, and exhibitions. In addition, it explores Fischer’s creative process. In an interview, the artist provides insights into creative and developmental processes.

Judith P. Fischer, untitled (free space), 2021, © Judith P. Fischer

Judith P. Fischer, pillow, 2017, mixed media, © Jorit Aust

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Theresia Hauenfels Research associate at the Center for Museum Collections Management, Danube University Krems

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Portrait of the sculptor and interdisciplinary artist Judith  P.  Fischer

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Elaborately designed book object reflecting key motifs and the threedimensionality of the artist’s work

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With contributions by Theresia Hauenfels, Cornelia Hellstern, Elisabeth NowakThaller, and Günther Oberhollenzer


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Judith P. Fischer, Hula Hoop, 2021, installation, © Judith P. Fischer


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Liddy Scheffknecht, oculus, 2011, sunlight, earth rotation, lamp, paper, ©Liddy Scheffknecht & Bildrecht Wien

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Liddy Scheffknecht, now (9. September), 2018, sun light, earth rotation, paper, drawing, wax crayon on paper, 70 × 100 cm, © Liddy Scheffknecht & Bildrecht Wien


Ernst Strouhal (Ed.)

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Liddy Scheffknecht Points in Time Works / Arbeiten 2010–2020 Edition Angewandte PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

248 334 color 28.0 × 22.0 cm

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space; in doing so, she creates and ruptures illusions in equal measure. Liddy Scheffknecht’s artistic works use immaterial media such as sunlight and shadow as well as classical sculptural materials and digital media. Ernst Strouhal Professor for Cultural Studies at the University of Applied Arts Vienna; lecturer, author, Vienna

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Elaborately designed monograph including AR features, and the first portrait of this artist’s work

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Presents a broad spectrum of artistic media: photographic sequences, installations, sculptures, drawings, and media hybrids

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With contributions by Roberto Casati, Christian Höller, and Larissa Kikol

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Liddy Scheffknecht is one of Austria’s most experimental young visual artists. The publication Liddy Scheffknecht – Points in Time presents selected works from the past decade (2010–2020). Liddy Scheffknecht’s work encompasses a broad spectrum of media, yet forms a coherent, ongoing artistic program. In photographic sequences, installations, sculptures, drawings, and media hybrids, the artist explores the relationship between temporality, perception, and

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Liddy Scheffknecht, exhibition view shift, 2015, Galerie der Stadt Wels, Austria, © Liddy Scheffknecht & Bildrecht Wien

Liddy Scheffknecht, sun pan, 2019, sunlight, earth rotation, dustpan, paper, © Liddy Scheffknecht & Bildrecht Wien


Anna Lerchbaumer, Kilian Jörg (Eds.)

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Toxic Temple An Artistic and Philosophical Adventure into the Toxicity of the Now Edition Angewandte PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

208 120 color 24.0 × 17.0 cm

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What changes when we religiously worship the toxic? In this era of catastrophe, can a cosmic connection be achieved through a cult of pollution? Toxic Temple is an artistic-philosophical quest to understand the current parlous state of the world. We offer our inner contradictions and destructive lusts as objects of worship. We enter wastelands instead of new territory, leaving space for artifacts, expressing solidarity with the factual. We encounter colorful assemblages of things that connect the known cosmos, tread the shaky ground of novel divinity,

Stillleben Topfpflanze, © Anna Lerchbaumer

inhale pungent odors that transport us to the sublime. Garbage dumps are the new temples. In a mania of sadistic composure we breathe in the here and now. Transformative forces are released, free radicals; rituals that expose the chaos that lurks beneath the surface. Anna Lerchbaumer Sound and video artist, Vienna Kilian Jörg Philosopher and artist, Berlin, Vienna, Brussels

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New ecosophical approaches, viewed through a transdisciplinary lens

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Multimedia art project with comprehensive documentation and numerous illustrations

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With contributions by Julieta Aranda, Sabrina Bühn, Heather Davis, Elisabeth Falkensteiner, Julia Grillmayr, Samuel Hertz, Eben Kirksey among others

Georg Glaeser

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Moonstruck The Interplay of Celestial Bodies in Pictures Edition Angewandte PAGES ILLS. FORMAT

136 185 color 22.6 × 18.9 cm

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The different positions and inclinations of the Moon at sunset, © Georg Glaeser

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The Moon has always been an object of immense fascination for humanity – and not just because of its prominence in the night sky. With its complex orbit, it is far closer to our planet than any other celestial body. Already in ancient Babylon, humans have studied the Moon and its relationship to the planets and constellations. Through incisive texts and illustrations using photos and computer simulations, this book explores the similarities and differences to other planets and their moons, the Moon’s

interactions with the Sun and the Earth, and interesting historical associations. In addition to scientifically accurate texts, it contains numerous large-format photographs and graphics that vividly explain the complex phenomenon of the Moon. Richly illustrated, it is designed for anyone interested in astronomy. Georg Glaeser Professor of Geometry, University of Applied Arts Vienna

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All about the Moon – concise yet scientifically accurate explanations of various phenomena related to the Moon

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Mathematics and geometry, conveyed in an understandable and engaging way

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With numerous large-format photographs and illustrations


The book series of the University of Applied Arts Vienna

Klaus Bollinger, Florian Medicus, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Akademie der Künste, Berlin (Eds.) Stressing Wachsmann Structures for a Future / Strukturen für eine Zukunft

Caroline Wohlgemuth Mid-Century Modern – Visionary Furniture Design from Vienna 2021 Print HC 978-3-0356-2409-0 EN E-Book 978-3-0356-2420-5 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

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Andrei Gheorghe dada – digital architectural design assertion 2019 Print SC 978-3-0356-1873-0 EN € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 34.00

Lukas Allner, Christoph Kaltenbrunner, Daniela Kröhnert, Philipp Reinsberg, Institute of Architecture at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Institute of Art Sciences and Art Education at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Eds.) Conceptual Joining Wood Structures from Detail to Utopia / Holzstrukturen im Experiment 2021 Print SC 978-3-0356-2435-9 EN/GER € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book (Open Access) 978-3-0356-2437-3 EN/GER

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

Maja Ozvaldicˇ, Bence Pap, Indre˙ Umbrasaite˙, IoA Institute of ­Architecture (Eds.) Positions Unfolding Architectural Endeavors

2020

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Hani Rashid, Sophie Luger (Eds.) Re: Futures Studio Hani Rashid. University of Applied Arts Vienna 2017 Print SC 978-3-0356-1466-4 EN E-Book 978-3-0356-1468-8 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Klaus Bollinger, Florian Medicus, Kiesler Privatstiftung Wien (Eds.) Endless Kiesler 2015 Print HC 978-3-0356-0624-9 EN/GER € 29.95 / $ 42.00 / £ 26.00

Linda Berger, Maria Christine Holter (Eds.) LINDA BERGER – PEACH-BLOW MONOGRAFIE/MONOGRAPH

Ingeborg Reichle (Ed.) Plastic Ocean: Art and Science Responses to Marine Pollution

Régine Bonnefoit, Bernadette Reinhold (Eds.) Oskar Kokoschka: Neue Einblicke und Perspektiven / New Insights and Perspectives

2021

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Anthologies, documentations, and monographs with a focus on architecture, visual and media art, design, conservation and restoration, art theory, art pedagogy, art education, and language arts.


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

Dietmar Eberle, Eberhard Tröger (Eds.) Baumschlager Eberle Architekten 2010–2020

5th edition 1990. 764 pages. 22.7 × 27.9 cm 1295 b/w ills.

2021. 616 pages. 32.0 × 23.0 cm 781 b/w ills., 418 color ills.

Print HC 978-3-7643-5517-3 EN/GER/FR € 249.95 / $ 350.00 / £ 227.00 E-Book 978-3-03821-655-1 EN/GER/FR € 249.95 / $ 350.00 / £ 227.00

Print HC 978-3-0356-2003-0 GER/EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2044-3 GER/EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

All volumes also available as single volumes. € 89.95 / $ 126.00 / £ 82.00

GRAFT Identity New Commercial, Cultural and Mobility Architecture

Carsten Krohn Walter Gropius Buildings and Projects

2020. 360 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 400 color ills., 100 drawings

2019. 208 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 50 b/w ills., 250 color ills., 60 monochrome drawings

Print HC 978-3-0356-1916-4 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

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E-Book 978-3-0356-1743-6 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

Gerhard Mack

Gerhard Mack Herzog & de Meuron The Complete Works

Herzog & de Meuron 1978-1996, The Complete Works (Vol.1–3) 2018. 754 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 1381 b/w ills., 684 color ills. Print SC: SET 978-3-0356-1718-4 EN/GER € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 91.00 Print SC: as single volumes € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 36.50 Volume 1 978-3-0356-1715-3 EN/GER Volume 2 978-3-0356-1716-0 EN/GER

1996. 1997. 2000. 33.0 × 24.0 cm Print HC, each single volume € 124.95 / $ 175.00 / £ 113.50 Volume 1 (1978-1988) 978-3-7643-5616-3 EN/GER Volume 2 (1989-1991) 978-3-7643-7365-8 EN/GER Volume 3 (1992-1996) 978-3-7643-7112-8 EN/GER

Herzog & de Meuron (Ed.), Gerhard Mack Herzog & de Meuron Elbphilharmonie Hamburg 2018. 208 pages. 29.0 × 21.0 cm 27 b/w ills., 435 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1603-3 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Gerhard Mack Herzog & de Meuron The Complete Works 2009. 2017. 2020. 33.0 × 24.0 cm Print HC, each single volume € 124.95 / $ 175.00 / £ 113.50 Volume 4 (1997-2001) 978-3-7643-8640-5 EN Volume 5 (2002-2004) 978-3-0356-1007-9 EN Volume 6 (2005-2007) 78-3-0356-1004-8 EN

Volume 3 978-3-0356-1717-7 EN/GER Urs Peter Flückiger Donald Judd Architecture in Marfa, Texas

Christophe van Gerrewey OMA/Rem Koolhaas A Critical Reader from ‘Delirious New York’ to ‘S,M,L,XL’

2nd edition 2021. 208 pages. 25.0 × 22.0 cm 85 b/w ills., 60 color ills.

2019. 464 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 100 color ills.

Print HC 978-3-0356-2161-7 EN/GER € 42.95 / $ 49.99 / £ 37.50

Print HC 978-3-0356-1974-4 EN € 77.95 / $ 89.99 / £ 71.00 Print SC 978-3-0356-1977-5 EN € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 35.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1981-2 EN € 77.95 / $ 89.99 / £ 34.00

Fondation Le Corbusier (Ed.) A Little House 2020. 84 pages. 16.0 × 12.0 cm 72 b/w ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-2066-5 EN 978-3-0356-2065-8 FR € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 26.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2069-6 EN 978-3-0356-2070-2 FR € 29.95 / $ 34.99 / £ 26.00

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 / £ 604.50

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Anthony Vidler Claude-Nicolas Ledoux Architecture and Utopia in the Era of the French Revolution. Second and expanded edition 2021. 168 pages. 25.0 × 22.0 cm 94 b/w ills., 48 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2081-8 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2083-2 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

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 / £ 303.50

Carsten Krohn, Michele Stavagna Erich Mendelsohn Buildings and Projects

Carsten Krohn Mies van der Rohe – The Built Work

Edgar Stach Mies van der Rohe Space – Material – Detail

2021. 240 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 175 b/w ills., 175 color ills., 120 monochrome drawings

2014. 240 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 280 color ills., 120 monochrome drawings

2017. 144 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 70 color ills., 300 monochrome drawings

Print HC 978-3-0356-2072-6 EN € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 61.00

Print HC 978-3-0346-0740-7 EN € 69.95 / $ 98.00 / £ 61.00

Print HC 978-3-0356-1156-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50


Paul Andreas, Ingeborg Flagge (Eds.) Oscar Niemeyer Eine Legende der Moderne / A Legend of Modernism 2nd edition 2013. 143 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 15 b/w ills., 221 color ills., 19 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-03821-448-9 EN/GER € 36.95 / $ 52.00 / £ 32.00

Edgar Stach Renzo Piano Building Workshop Space – Detail – Light 2021. 160 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 10 b/w ills., 140 color ills., 240 drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-1460-2 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1457-2 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

E-Book 978-3-03821-082-5 EN/GER € 36.95 / $ 52.00 / £ 32.00

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 / £ 52.00

2010. 112 pages. 23.5 × 14.5 cm 20 color ills.

Print HC 978-3-0356-0778-9 EN € 49.95 / $ 59.95 / £ 43.50

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2006. 76 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 14 b/w ills., 19 color ills.

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

Print HC 978-3-0346-0614-1 EN € 69.95 / $ 98.00 / £ 61.00

Print HC 978-3-0356-1028-4 EN 978-3-0356-1029-1 FR € 29.95 / $ 34.95 / £ 26.00

Gerhard Steixner, Maria Welzig (Eds.) Luxury for All Milestones in European Stepped Terrace Housing 2020. 464 pages. 22.0 × 17.0 cm 35 b/w ills., 270 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1884-6 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1887-7 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Cor Wagenaar, Noor Mens, Guru Manja, Colette Niemeijer, Tom Guthknecht Hospitals A Design Manual 2019. 272 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 800 b/w ills., 200 color ills. Print SC 978-3-03821-475-5 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

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2018. 416 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 150 b/w ills., 100 color ills.

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

2013. 456 pages. 31.5 × 23.2 cm 350 b/w ills., 350 color ills.

Print HC. 978-3-0356-1643-9 GER/EN € 44.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Peter Zumthor Thinking Architecture

Peter Zumthor Atmospheres Architectural Environments. Surrounding Objects

Ulrike Wietzorrek (Ed.) Housing+ On Thresholds, Transitions, and Transparencies

2018. 432 pages 28.0 × 22.0 cm 437 color ills.

Kurt W. Forster Schinkel A Meander through his Life and Work

E-Book 978-3-0356-0683-6 EN € 49.95 / $ 59.95 / £ 43.50

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Elsa Prochazka (Ed.) Elsa Prochazka – architectureality space & designstrategies

Holger Kleine The Drama of Space Spatial Sequences and Compositions in Architecture 2017. 296 pages. 30.0 × 24.0 cm 150 b/w ills., 200 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-0431-3 EN € 69.95 / $ 79.95 / £ 61.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-0435-1 EN € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 61.00

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Oliver Heckmann, Friederike Schneider (Eds.), Eric Zapel Floor Plan Manual Housing 5th edition 2017. 368 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 1580 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1143-4 EN € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 69.50 Print SC 978-3-0356-1144-1 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 54.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1149-6 EN € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 69.50

Sylvia Leydecker Designing the Patient Room A New Approach to Healthcare Interiors 2017. 176 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 250 color ills., 50 drawings Print HC 978-3-03821-493-9 EN € 59.95 / $ 69.95 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-03821-110-5 EN € 59.95 / $ 69.95 / £ 52.00

Matthias Beckh, Juan Ignacio del Cueto Ruiz-Funes, Matthias Ludwig, Andreas Schätzke, Rainer Schützeichel Candela Isler Müther Positions on Shell Construction 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 / £ 52.00

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Terri Meyer Boake Complex Steel Structures Non-Orthogonal Geometries in Building with Steel 2020. 192 pages. format 50 b/w ills., 200 color ills. Print SC 978-3-03821-631-5 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-03821-430-4 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Mike Schlaich, Regine Leibinger (Eds.), Claudia Lösch, Philip Rieseberg Building with Infra-lightweight Concrete Design, Planning, Construction 2020. 208 pages. 22.0 × 28.0 cm 50 b/w ills., 90 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1925-6 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1926-3 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

Andrea Deplazes (Ed.) Constructing Architecture Materials, Processes, Structures. A Handbook 4th edition 2018. 592 pages. 29.7 × 24.0 cm 1740 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1670-5 EN € 89.95 / $ 103.99 / £ 78.00 Print SC 978-3-0356-1669-9 EN 978-3-0356-1671-2 FR € 54.95 / $ 63.99 / £ 50.00


ETH Zürich – BUK (Ed.), Daniel Mettler, Daniel Studer Construction Manual 2021. 360 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 171 b/w ills., 20 color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-2226-3 EN € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 36.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2229-4 EN € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 36.50

Österreichisches Institut für Baubiologie und -ökologie (Ed.) Passivhaus-Bauteilkatalog: Neubau / Details for Passive Houses: New Buildings Ökologisch bewertete Konstruktionen / A Catalogue of Ecologically Rated Constructions

Andrew Watts Modern Construction Handbook

4th edition 2018. 352 pages. 34.0 × 24.0 cm 80 color ills., 100 drawings

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Print HC 978-3-0356-1686-6 GER/EN € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 87.00

Andrew Watts Modern Construction Envelopes Systems for architectural design and prototyping 3rd edition 2019. 524 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 1500 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1770-2 EN € 86.95 / $ 99.99 / £ 75.50 Print SC 978-3-0356-1769-6 EN € 51.95 / $ 59.99 / £ 45.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1781-8 EN € 86.95 / $ 99.99 / £ 75.50

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 / £ 52.00

Andrew Watts Modern Construction Case Studies Emerging Innovation in Building Techniques 2nd edition 2019. 224 pages. 29.7 × 21.0 cm 600 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1771-9 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 Print SC 978-3-0356-1772-6 EN € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 34.00

Quang Truong Composite Architecture Building and Design with Carbon Fiber and FRPs 2020. 312 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 80 b/w ills., 300 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1940-9 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1952-2 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

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

Markus Hudert, Sven Pfeiffer (Eds.) Rethinking Wood Future Dimensions of Timber Assembly

2nd and expanded edition 2020. 200 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 120 b/w ills., 200 color ills., 120 monochrome drawings

2019. 296 pages. 27.0 × 18.0 cm 200 color ills.

E-Book 978-3-0356-1886-0 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

Gernot Minke Building with Earth Design and Technology of a Sustainable Architecture Fourth and revised edition

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2021. 216 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 200 b/w ills., 140 color ills, 280 monochrome drawings

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Print HC 978-3-0356-1689-7 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1706-1 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Liliane Wong, Markus Berger (Eds.) Interventions and Adaptive Reuse A Decade of Responsible Practice 2021. 304 pages. 28.0 × 21.5 cm 250 color ills.

PRINT HC 978-3-0356-2253-9 EN € 44.95 / $ 51.99 / £ 41.00

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E-BOOK 978-3-0356-2255-3 EN € 44.95 / $ 51.99 / £ 41.00

E-Book 978-3-0356-2503-5 EN € 38.95 / $ 44.99 / £ 34.00

Ludger Hovestadt, Urs Hirschberg, Oliver Fritz (Eds.) Atlas of Digital Architecture Terminology, Concepts, Methods, Tools, Examples, Phenomena

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

2020. 760 pages. 29.0 × 21.0 cm 750 color ills.

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Bert Bielefeld (Ed.) Planning Architecture Dimensions and Typologies

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

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Christian Gänshirt Tools for Ideas Introduction to Architectural Design

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

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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 / £ 68.00

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 / £ 26.00

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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 / £ 43.50

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 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1473-2 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

Katrin Trautwein 225 Farben / 225 Colors Eine Auswahl für Maler und Denkmalpfleger, Architekten und Gestalter / A Selection for Painters and Conservators, Architects and Designers 2nd edition 2020. 208 pages. 27.5 × 19.5 cm illustrations Print HC 978-3-0356-2227-0 EN/GER € 69.95 / $ 80.99 / £ 61.00

Dominic Kampshoff Basics Sound Insulation

Diana Helmerking Basics Fire Safety

2021. 76 pages. 22.0 × 15.5 cm 80 b/w ills., 80 monochrome drawings

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Torsten Richter, Nabil A. Fouad Guidelines for Thermography in Architecture and Civil Engineering Theory, Application Areas, Practical Implementation 2021. 176 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 209 color ills., 49 tables Print HC 978-3-0356-2267-6 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2268-3 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Klaus Klaas Loenhart (Ed.) Breathe Investigations into Our Atmospherically Entangled Future 2021. 290 pages. 33.0 × 24.0 cm 90 color ills. Print SC 978-3-0356-1210-3 EN € 45.00 / $ 51.99 / £ 39.00

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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 / £ 69.50

Klaus Zwerger, Valerio Olgiati Wood and Wood Joints Building Traditions of Europe, Japan and China 3rd edition 2015. 328 pages. 30.0 × 23.0 cm 500 b/w ills., 180 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-0837-3 EN € 54.95 / $ 77.00 / £ 48.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-0731-4 EN € 54.95 / $ 77.00 / £ 48.00

Werner Blaser Temple and Teahouse in Japan 2021. 172 pages. 31.0 × 23.5 cm 76 b/w ills., 10 color ills., 20 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-2347-5 EN € 78.00 / $ 89.99 / £ 68.00 Print SC 978-3-0356-2349-9 EN € 42.00 / $ 48.99 / £ 36.50

Klaus Zwerger Cereal Drying Racks Culture and Typology of Wood Buildings in Europe and East Asia 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 / £ 87.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1944-7 EN € 99.95 / $ 114.99 / £ 87.00

Peter G. Rowe, Yun Fu, Jihoon Song Korean Modern: The Matter of Identity An Exploration into Modern Architecture in an East Asian Country 2021. 336 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 150 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2261-4 EN € 59.90 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2262-1 EN € 59.90 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00


ARCH+ (Ed.) Contested Modernities Postcolonial Architecture and the Construction of Identities in Southeast Asia 2021. 240 pages. 29.7 × 23.0 cm illustrations Print SC 978-3-0356-2453-3 EN € 25.95 / $ 29.99 / £ 22.50

Victor Deupi, Jean-Francois Lejeune Cuban Modernism Mid-Century Architecture 1940–1970 2021. 344 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 395 b/w ills., 108 color ills., 50 monochrome drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-1641-5 EN € 52.00 / $ 60.00 / £ 45.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-1644-6 EN € 52.00 / $ 60.00 / £ 45.00

Elke Mertens Resilient City Landscape Architecture for Climate Change 2020. 224 pages. 27.0 × 21.0 cm 280 color ills. PRINT SC 978-3-0356-2234-8 EN € 42.95 / $ 49.99 / £ 39.00 E-BOOK 978-3-0356-2265-2 EN € 42.95 / $ 49.99 / £ 39.00

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 / £ 69.50 E-Book 978-3-03821-523-3 EN € 79.95 / $ 112.00 / £ 69.50

Julia Jamrozik, Coryn Kempster Growing up Modern Childhoods in Iconic Homes

Christian Schittich China’s New Architecture Returning to the Context

2021. 328 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 99 b/w ills., 241 color ills.

2019. 144 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 60 b/w ills., 120 color ills.

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Anna Roos Swiss Sensibility The Culture of Architecture in Switzerland

Fiona Pia Urbanizing the Alps Densification Strategies for High-Altitude Villages

2017. 244 pages. 33.0 × 21.0 cm 98 b/w ills., 147 color ills.

2019. 192 pages. 28.0 × 19.0 cm 280 color ills., 35 monochrome drawings

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Thomas Schröpfer Dense + Green Cities Architecture as Urban Ecosystem 2020. 320 pages. 30.0 × 23.0 cm 200 color ills., 100 monochrome drawings, 60 drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-1531-9 EN € 68.95 / $ 79.99 / £ 60.00

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Leonhard Schenk Designing Cities Basics, Principles, Projects 2013. 356 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 90 b/w ills., 720 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0346-1325-5 EN € 49.95 / $ 70.00 / £ 43.50

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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 / £ 30.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1805-1 EN € 34.95 / $ 40.99 / £ 30.50

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 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1525-8 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Craig Verzone, Cristina Woods Food Urbanism Typologies, Strategies, Case Studies

B. Cannon Ivers Staging Urban Landscapes The Activation and Curation of Flexible Public Spaces

2021. 266 pages. format 300 b/w ills., 400 color ills.

2018. 304 pages. format 20 b/w ills., 1000 color ills.

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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 2nd edition 2017. 328 pages. 28.0 × 22.0 cm 598 color ills., 175 drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-1186-1 EN € 79.95 / $ 89.95 / £ 69.50

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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 / £ 30.50

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. 15.0 × 11.0 cm 500 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1726-9 EN/GER/ESP 978-3-0356-1726-9 EN/GER/ESP € 79.95 / $ 91.99 / £ 69.50 Print SC 978-3-0356-1676-7 EN/GER/ESP 978-3-0356-1676-7 EN/GER/ESP € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 45.50


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 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2104-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

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

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Cannon Ivers (Ed.) 250 Things a Landscape Architect Should Know 2021. 512 pages. 19.0 × 14.0 cm 220 color ills., 60 drawings Print HC 978-3-0356-2335-2 EN € 32.00 / $ 34.99 / £ 28.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2336-9 EN € 32.00 / $ 34.99 / £ 28.00

DESIGN

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Hans Loidl, Stefan Bernard Open(ing) Spaces Design as Landscape Architecture

Alex MacLean Impact The Effect of Climate Change on Coastlines

2014. 192 pages. 23.0 × 23.0 cm 300 b/w ills.

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

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Philipp Stamm Understanding – Combining Typefaces Typeface combination as a stimulus in typography 2021. 360 pages. 20.0 × 20.5 cm 275 b/w ills., 60 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1114-4 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-0905-9 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

Museum für Gestaltung Zürich (Ed.), Heidrun Osterer, Philipp Stamm, Susanne Dickel, Dylan Spiekermann, Erik Spiekermann, Tim Danaher Adrian Frutiger – Typefaces Complete Works 3rd edition 2021. 468 pages. 31.0 × 24.5 cm 620 b/w ills., 430 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-2362-8 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2363-5 EN € 59.95 / $ 68.99 / £ 52.00

Björn Franke, Hansuli Matter (Eds.) Not at Your Service Manifestos for Design

Gunter Lösel, Martin Zimper (Eds.) Filming, Researching, Annotating Research Video Handbook

2021. 528 pages. 16.0 × 21.5 cm illustrations

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Kensho Miyoshi Designing Objects in Motion Exploring Kinaesthetic Empathy 2020. 216 pages. 22.4 × 16.8 cm 100 b/w ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1931-7 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-2110-5 EN € 49.95 / $ 57.99 / £ 43.50

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Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Christian Witt-Dörring, Rainald Franz, Matthias Boeckl (Ed.) JOSEF HOFFMANN 1870–1956: Progress Through Beauty The Guide to His Oeuvre 2021. 456 pages. 30.5 × 23.0 cm 310 b/w ills., 480 color ills.

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Sascha Peters, Diana Drewes Materials in Progress Innovations for Designers and Architects 2019. 272 pages. 24.0 × 17.0 cm 50 b/w ills., 350 color ills. Print HC 978-3-0356-1358-2 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50 E-Book 978-3-0356-1370-4 EN € 39.95 / $ 45.99 / £ 34.50

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

Bernhard E. Bürdek Design History, Theory and Practice of Product Design

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

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Jan Krebs Basics Design and Living 3rd edition 2021. 76 pages. 22.0 × 15.5 cm 56 b/w ills., 4 tables Print SC 978-3-0356-2312-3 EN € 14.95 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.00 E-Book 978-3-0356-2318-5 EN € 14.95 / $ 17.99 / £ 13.00

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