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Sibylle Kramer Rough Interiors English Hardcover 24 x 28 cm | 9 1/2 x 11 in. 240 pages 400 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-157-2 $ 49.95 August 2013

From the content: n Urban Outfitters Corporate Campus in Philadelphia, USA (Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle) n Rough Luxe Hotel in London, UK (Rabih Hage)

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Mercato Restaurant in Shanghai, China (neri & hu) Offices Botín Foundation in Madrid, Spain (MVN Arquitectos) n Loftwarehouse in Dusseldorf, Germany (AABE) n

The idea behind “Rough Interiors” is to respect and accept the traces of a building’s past and its spaces as the creative starting point for a new use. The rooms are taken and preserved as they are while a new planning concept is integrated. Old shells are given a new life through very different design interventions.

The interiors presented here range from low budget to luxury projects with a wide range of typologies. It is the breaks, contrasts and contradictions instead of perfect harmony and smooth surfaces, which characterise these works. A fascinating tension between past and present emerges in the interplay of rough ceilings, exposed walls and visible concrete beams together with creative re-use ideas, modern materials and innovative design schemes.

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HORIZONTAL SHOWCASE

Expect the unexpected: This five-star boutique hotel surprises with the mind-blowing combination of shabby and classy. A jewel of renovation at the new Cool Docks!

The beauty and the beast: The raw, unrefined space provides the backdrop to showcase a collection of highly sophisticated garments. Architects | Serrano + Baquero Arquitectos Address | Calle Puerta Real N°1, Arcade Local 2, 18009 Granada, Spain Original use | fragrance store Function today | clothing store Completion | 2010

Architects and interior designers | Neri & Hu Design and Research Office Address | Maojiayuan Road No. 1-3, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200011, China Original use | Japanese Army headquarters Function today | boutique hotel Completion | 2010

Serrano + Baquero Arquitectos were commissioned to transform a former fragrance store in a shopping arcade in the center of Granada into a clothing store. The unattractive location and poorly lit interior overwhelmed with windows and shutters presented a host of obstacles that demanded careful consideration. The result is a compelling space in which private and public areas become blurred and indistinct

The Waterhouse was built into an existing Japanese Army headquarters building from

and where the essential elements are discovered: exposed cement walls, a brick vault,

the 1930s. The architectural concept behind the renovation rests on a clear contrast of

the concrete ceiling structure and moldings. Choosing to radically strip the existing

old and new. The original concrete building has been restored while new additions

architecture of all that was unnecessary, the designers opened the door to a new

built over the existing structure using Cor-Ten steel, reflecting the industrial past of

type of fashion store.

this working dock at Huangpu River. The interior is expressed through both a blurring and inversion of the interior and exterior, as well as between the public and private realms. The public spaces allow one to peek into private rooms while the private spaces invite to look out at the public areas, such as the corridor windows overlooking the dining room. These visual connections not only bring an element of surprise, but also confront the guests with the local urban area.

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Sibylle Kramer Villas – Superb Residential Style English | German | French Hardcover with dust jacket 25 x 29 cm | 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 352 pages 700 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-158-9 $ 89.95 October 2013

From the content: n House at Untersee, Lake Konstanz, Switzerland (Biehler Weith Associated) n Villa Eule in Hamburg, Germany (La‘Ket) Ever since it originated in the ancient world, the term “villa” has been filled with a special magic. Seen formerly as a genteel country estate and companion piece to a city mansion, today this freestanding housing type is defined as a spacious, refined, and luxurious dwelling. The villa is the gleaming diamond of housing design, the expression of a distinguished residential culture and upscale lifestyle.

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Villa T in Ragusa, Italy (Architrend Architecture) Hampden Lane House in Bethesda, MD, USA (Robert Gurney) n Villa SSK in Chiba, Japan (Takeshi Hirobe Architects) n

For architects, the planning or conversion of a villa represents the exciting challenge of reinterpreting a classical building task, inspired by their own special ideas. This collection portrays breathtaking projects of well-known architects as well as exciting works by young and ambitious newcomers. The international selection shows the manifold and intriguing spectrum of contemporary villa architecture.

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ARCHITECTS: JM ARCHITECTURE The villa consists of two volumes organized on different levels due to the parCOMPLETION: 2010_PHOTOS: JACOBO MASCHERONI ticular topography of the site. A polygonal shaped glass pavilion with rounded edges stands above a linear underground block. Each level relates itself with independent outdoor spaces, which are closely related with the interiors. The glass pavilion overlooks two very defined areas: the first, toward the mountain, is a very private zone resulted in the area between the property line and the building setback line according to the local building code. The second is a garden overlooking the lake. In the same way, the bedrooms face a garden enclosed by the building and the perimeter wall.

Die Villa liegt in Hanglage direkt am Lugano-See und besteht aufgrund des Terrains aus zwei Volumen auf unterschiedlichem Niveau. Ein polygonaler Glaspavillon mit abgerundeten Kanten liegt auf einem halbunterirdischen Volumen mit regelmäßigem Grundriss. Im Pavillon befindet sich das Wohnzimmer, die Küche und das Esszimmer, während im unteren Geschoss die Schlafzimmer, Bäder, Nebenräume und die Garage untergebracht sind. Beide Geschosse besitzen zugeordnete, unabhängige Freibereiche, die in enger Wechselwirkung mit den Innenräumen stehen. Der Glaspavillon richtet sich zu zwei Außenräumen aus.

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Michelle Galindo Chalets – Trendsetting Mountain Treasures English | German | French Hardcover with dust jacket 25 x 29 cm | 9 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 352 pages 700 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-156-5 $ 89.95 October 2013

From the content: n Chalet in Sent, Switzerland (Ruch & Partner) n House Wucher in Raggal, Austria (maaars) n Mountain Cabin Home in Kanagawa, Japan (Hirayama Architecture) The chalet of today is a far cry from the original herdsman’s hut. Its triumphant ascent to an elegant mountain mansion used as a holiday getaway by the societal elite began in the 19th century. Today, its allure remains unbroken. Whether prestigious residences or places of relaxation and retreat from everyday life, chalets continue to be built in mountainous regions around the world.

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Alpine Hut in Stara Fuzina, Slovenia (OFIS arhitekti) Quiet Water Residence in Big Sky, MT, USA (Locati Architects)

Crucial to its charm is the combination of architecture with nature. Rather than simply fitting into the hilly topography by necessity, a well-designed chalet incorporates the special characteristics of its surroundings. This way, a unique design vocabulary emerges for this type of dwelling. This volume displays chalets that capture the magic of the mountains, while being examples of great design. They range from the classical wooden house with flat gabled roof to the hightech mountain hut.

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FELDIS, VEULDEN, SWITZERLAND SCHUDEL HOUSE ARCHITECTS: OOS, ZÜRICH Breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain ranges and valleys, and draCOMPLETION: 2010_PHOTOS: DOMINIQUE MARC WEHRLI matically steep hills characterize the site located in Feldis, Switzerland, 1,500

KLOSTERS, SWITZERLAND CHESA FALCUN ARCHITECTS: MARKUS SCHLEGEL Set over four floors, this imposing chalet has large outdoor terraces and boasts COMPLETION: 2009_PHOTOS: ALBERT ZIMMERMANN fabulous views across to Gotschna and down the valley to Kublis. Sleeping up to 12 guests, the chalet boasts an impressive master bedroom, as well as a further five spacious ensuite bedrooms, all of which have either a terrace or balcony. To match the outstanding bedrooms are the facilities, which are second to none. They include a sauna, steam shower and massage room, as well as an outdoor hot tub - partially covered.

Eine atemberaubende Aussicht auf die umgebenden Gebirgszüge, Täler und steil aufsteigende Hügel kennzeichnen das Grundstück, 1.500 Meter über dem Meeresspiegel gelegen. Die raffinierte Umgestaltung einer simplen, den Bergkonturen folgenden Holzkonstruktion verankert diese fest in ihrer felsigen Umgebung, ähnlich einem „Ausbiss“ nach einem Steinschlag. Das auf den ersten Blick monolithisch wirkende Ferienhaus erscheint einmal schmal und leicht, dann wieder groß und schwer, je nach Perspektive des Betrachters.

Auf vier Geschossen bietet dieses weitläufige Chalet großzügige Außenterrassen mit phantastischen Aus-sichten zum Gotschna und hinunter zum Tal nach Kublis. Platz finden bis zu zwölf Übernachtungsgäste. Das Chalet bietet außer einem beeindruckenden großen Schlafraum fünf weitere geräumige Zimmer mit Bad. Alle verfügen über eine Terrasse oder einen Balkon. Die Ausstattung wird ergänzt durch Sauna, Dampfdusche und Massageraum sowie den teilweise überdachten Außenwhirlpool.

Ce chalet construit à flanc de colline à 1500 mètres d’altitude offre des vues panoramiques sur le paysage de montagnes environnant. Il a été développé sur la base d’un édifice préexistant, avec pour résultat une intégration parfaite au paysage. Il s’agit d’une maison de vacances d’aspect monolithique, qui semble fragile et de dimensions réduites au premier abord, mais qui se révèle solide et spacieuse lorsqu’on l’observe de plus près.

Une abstraction rigoureuse et la rotation de divers modules ont permis d’adapter ce bâtiment à la configuration du terrain, avec pour résultat un aspect à la fois naturel et parfaitement libre, qui change constamment selon la perspective adoptée. L’apparence générale est ainsi radicalement différente selon qu’on regarde le bâtiment du sud-est ou du nord-ouest — les deux faces où les formes sont contextualisées de la manière la plus radicale. Sous ces deux perspectives, le bâtiment n’apparaît ni vertical ni horizontal, mais plutôt comme un exemple de la possibilité d’inscrire une construction dans un site selon un axe diagonal.

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Chris van Uffelen Masterpieces: Sacred Architecture + Design Churches, Synagogues, Mosques & Temples English Hardcover with dust jacket 23.5 x 23.5 cm | 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. 304 pages 450 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-153-4 $ 49.95 October 2013

From the content: n Martin Luther Church in Hainburg, Austria (Coop Himmelb(l)au) n Amsterdam Synagogue, The Netherlands (seARCH)

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Sacred buildings are among the oldest types of edifices planned and built by human civilizations. Throughout history and to this day, the construction of churches, synagogues, mosques and other spaces that are dedicated to sacred, ritual, or cultic acts is still considered the most prestigious architectural task. Next to functional demands, which are strongly ritualized and based on liturgical practice, architects must concentrate on the particularity of each aesthetic expression.

The space must operate as a framework for belief, with specific reference to the religion being served. It must be an appropriate stage for the experience of divine service and concomitant spirituality. On the pages of this book exceptional examples from the various religions and denominations are presented. The selection of buildings of all major world religions allows the observation of exciting parallels as well as clear distinctions in contemporary sacred architecture and design.

Holy Redeemer Church in Tenerife, Spain (Menis Arquitectos) Sancaklar Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey (Emre Arolar Architecture) n White Temple in Kyoto, Japan (Takashi Yamaguchi) n

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Architectural Visions

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As computer-based design becomes ever more prevalent, handmade sketches and drawings are going through an astonishing renaissance. With their characteristic touch, they show much more clearly the aesthetic impression the planned building will finally present than any computer-based visualization technique. What is striking is the focus on the main characteristics of the buildings, which in turn shape its appearance. In contrast, in the rendering, the love of detail and alleged approximation of reality usually overshadows those characteristics.

This volume combines the most varied painting and drawing techniques, juxtaposing the drafts to photos of the built project, allowing viewers to recreate for themselves the connection between architectural will and effect. After the success of Architectural Visions, with its focus on German-speaking Europe, this follow-up volume is devoted to the individual “handwriting” of architects and designers from around the world.

The book presents outstanding hand drawings by German architects from various areas of architecture and design. The focus of the presentation is on the individual manuscripts of the architects and designers. For some time now, many architects and designers have been returning to manually drawn depictions of their designs – despite the fact that the latest computer-aided visualization techniques allow the creation of almost perfect illusions of planned buildings.

However, they often lack in conveying life and atmosphere to the building resulting in a feeling of coldness and distance from the observer. Beyond the pure conveying of information through a mechanical drawing, the various techniques of manual drawing can convey individual sentiments and impressions. The result is a larger degree of authenticity coupled with an emphasis of the human dimension of architecture.

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Axel Schultes Architekten n nps tchoban voss n Kleihues + Kleihues

sample pages… Prof. Günter Zamp Kelp After studying architecture at the Technical University in Vienna, Günter Zamp Kelp (born 1941 in Bistritz/Transylvania) founded the Graft

Haus-Rucker-Co architectural group together with

Lars Krückeberg (born 1967 in Hanover), Wolfram Putz

Laurids Ortner and Klaus Pinter in 1967. In 1970, the

(born 1968 in Kiel), and Thomas Willemeit (born 1968 in

firm moved from Vienna to Düsseldorf, where it remained

Brunswick) studied architecture at Technische

until its dissolution in 1992. In 1971/72 Zamp Kelp

Universität Braunschweig, where they graduated with

established a studio in New York together with Klaus

diplomas in architecture. In 1998, they established the

Pinter and Caroll Mitchels, and in 1981 he was invited to

architecture office of Graft in Los Angeles. Later, M.

teach as a visiting professor at Cornell University in

Alejandra Lillo (born 1972 in Los Angeles/USA) and

Ithaka, NY. In 1987 he founded the Zamp Kelp agency in

Gregor Hoheisel (born 1967 in Hamburg), who both hold

Düsseldorf. In 1988 he became a visiting professor at

degrees in architecture as well, also became partners of

the Staedelsche Kunstschule in Frankfurt, and later a

Graft. Graft has won numerous awards and gained inter-

professor for building planning, interior design and

national fame and a broad following throughout its ten

switching technology at the Universtität der Künste in

years of existence. Today, it employs 100 architects

Berlin. He has been living and working in Berlin since

around the globe.

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Chris van Uffelen City Greens English Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 272 pages 400 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-142-8 $ 62.50 August 2013

From the content: n Neo Bankside in London, UK (Gillespies) n ITE College West in Singapore (Sitetectonix) n Jessie Square in San Francisco, USA (Handel Architects)

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Urban parks, green façades, public gardens, and green city squares are serving as relaxation and communication spaces. As habitats for flora and fauna they can positively influence the microclimate. Green areas in the city receive increasing attention from the real estate sector as a positive site evaluation factor. So they have distinct social, ecological, and economic functions in addition to their importance to the structure and appearance of urban spaces.

The author presents a broad spectrum of urban green areas from around the world. The interplay of international trends and regional characteristics with the climatic conditions and the on-site realities is especially interesting. The selection of projects shows the various facets of this challenging discipline at the junction of landscape architecture and urban planning.

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Singapore This landscape concept expresses and gives a physicality to the "Waves of Transformation" motto of ITE College West via a series of varied garden spaces and evolving experiences moving through and along the site from north to south. The naturalistic and organic forms towards the south of the site and the fluid sweeps of the north terracing echo the rolling terrain of the site as it moves up in ground elevation from the north and down again into the south Sports Village. With significantly undulating terrain and level changes both in the length and in the breadth of the site, handicap accessibility was a challenge well met in the landscape design with multiple ramps in support of universal design principles smoothly integrated throughout.

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Chris van Uffelen Malls & Department Stores (new edition) English Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 424 pages 900 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-154-1 $ 99.95 November 2013

N: NEW EDITIO jects pro new 100% From the content: n MyZeil in Frankfurt, Germany (Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas) n Galleria Centercity in Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea (UNStudio)

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In the age of multichannel marketing, the market for any kind of retail trade building faces difficult challenges coupled with promising perspectives. On the one hand, there is the increasing competitive pressure from the continuously growing online trade, while on the other hand there is an increasing tendency for companies doing internet trade to establish their own stores and sales outlets.

The focus of this title is on the increasingly significant role of architecture and design as key aspects of optimizing the quality of time spent in malls and department stores to indulge visitors to stay as long as possible. This is accomplished by interspersing the retail offers with cultural institutions, a variety of dining opportunities, and exciting leisure activities. The customers must conceive the visit as an all-round positive experience, in contrast to the online alternative, which engages all the senses beyond the consumption of goods.

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WOHA

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Address: 201 Victoria Street, Singapore. Completion: 2009. Client: Jack Investment Pte Ltd. Gross flor area: 26.000 m . Media Facade Design: Realities United. Civil and Structual Engineers: LBW Consultants. Landscape Consultant: ICN Design International.

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Iluma Singapore Iluma is an entertainment complex that gathers together a diverse range of modern entertainment activities within a striking urban structure. Its interactive media façade is composed of jewellike elements that glitter by day and glow by night. The undulating strips of the façade overlap and recede to create spaces for gardens and terraces that overhang the street. A rectilinear mass is set against a curved one – the former houses large, regular components like a car park and cinema and the latter accommodates entertainment and retail activities. Atrium spaces connect the three-zoned strata of retail, restaurants, cinemas and performance space.

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Chris van Uffelen Eco Living English Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 424 pages 900 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-149-7 $ 99.95 September 2013

From the content: n Housing Hatert in Nijmegen, The Netherlands (24H Architecture) n Terrasse 9 in Nanterre, France (Atelier Zündel Cristea)

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Combining sustainability with trend-setting design is one of the great tasks of our times. Creating resource saving residential buildings is a major theme of contemporary architecture. In addition to the increased significance of economic factors, there is a growing consciousness of the interactions between human beings, their built environment and the eco system, coupled with a desire to leave behind an intact environment for the next generation and to fashion a healthy environment for oneself.

Depending on the building project and its circumstances, different principles, procedures and techniques are applied. The orientation and shape, choice of materials as well as the buildings’ equipment and appliances must be intelligently combined. The selection presented in this volume gives a solid overview of the great variety of possibilities offered by established technologies as well as innovative experimental approaches.

Passive House Fah in Rohrbach, Austria (Proyer & Proyer Architekten) n Sliding House in Suffolk, UK (dRMM Architects) n Shell in Nagano, Japan (ARTechnic Architects)

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Boeri Studio

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Address: 20124 Milan, Italy. Completion: 2013. Gross floor area: 40.000 m . Planning Partners: Emanuela Borio and Laura Gatti (landscape architects), Arup Italia (structural design). Ecolocial aspects: Lorem ipsum, lorem ipsum, lorem, ipsum. Certificates/standards: in process

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Karawitz Architecture

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Bosco Verticale / Vertical Forest Milan The Vertical Forest project aims to build high-density tower blocks with trees within a city environment. The first example of a Vertical Forest is currently under construction in the Garibaldi Republica area in Milan. The two towers are 80 meters and 112 meters tall respectively, and will be able to hold 480 big and medium size trees, 250 small size trees, 11,000 groundcover plants and 5,000 shrubs. The Vertical Forest uses the changing shape and form of leaves for its façades, thus handing over to vegetation itself the task of absorbing the dust in the air and of creating an adequate micro-climate in order to filter out the sunlight.

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Maison Passive, 95 Bessancourt This house has a membrane of bamboo poles, which breaks up the light and creates a unique atmosphere inside. A very important element in the planning is the ‘spine’. It consists of 60-centimeter-wide wooden discs and divides the floor plan into two parts. The larger of the two parts part is situated on the southern side and contains the living and sleeping areas, the smaller part is on the northern side and accommodates the sanitary and service/utility rooms. The house was implemented using mainly natural materials – wood panels for the construction, cellulose and wood-fiber for the insulation, plasterboards, biopaints for the interior finishing. The photovoltaic panels on the roof make this house an energy-plus-house, according to the French standard.

1 | View from the garden with closed blinds 3 | Front view with open blinds and solar panels on the roof

Address: Bessancourt, France. Completion: 2009. Client: Confidential. Gross floor area: 160 m . Ecolocial aspects: Natural materials, low-energy consumption, photovoltaic panels, heating needs of 11kWh/ m²a. Certificates/standards: Passive house certified

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Doctors’ practices have become a new frontier in construction. Architects and designers around the world have risen to the challenge, successfully creating environments that are as innovative and inviting as they are functional. The patient finds himself or herself in well designed and comfortable surroundings, which contribute as much to the process of healing and recovery as well as the technical equipment and medical competence.

Doctors’ Practices features 60 different offices and practices created for a wide variety of fields, from dentistry and pediatrics to Traditional Chinese Medicine. The architects and designers featured demonstrate the most creative solutions to the very particular demands of the healthcare sector.

Doctors’ Practices

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Doctors’ Practices features 60 different offices and practices created for a wide variety of fields, from dentistry and pediatrics to Traditional Chinese Medicine. The architects and designers featured demonstrate the most creative solutions to the very particular demands of the healthcare sector.

Doctors’ Practices

Michelle Galindo,

Doctors’ practices have become a new frontier in construction. Architects and designers around the world have risen to the challenge, successfully creating environments that are as innovative and inviting as they are functional. The patient finds himself or herself in well designed and comfortable surroundings, which contribute as much to the process of healing and recovery as well as the technical equipment and medical competence.

Low Price Houses ISBN 978-3-03768-062-9 $ 62.50

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Doctors’ Michelle Galindo

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Offices ISBN 978-3-03768-146-6 $ 99.95

Pharmacies ISBN 978-3-03768-096-4 $ 62.50

Playground Design ISBN 978-3-03768-109-1 $ 62.50

Residential Architecture for Senior Citizens ISBN 978-3-03768-108-4 $ 62.50

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Re-Use Architecture ISBN 978-3-03768-064-3 $ 99.95

Schools – Educational Spaces ISBN 978-3-03768-023-0 $ 62.50

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Competition Architecture ISBN 978-3-03768-041-4 $ 99.95

Convention Centers ISBN 978-3-03768-126-8 $ 62.50

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Factory Design ISBN 978-3-03768-005-6 $ 62.50

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Fire, Crime & Accident – Fire Departments, Police Stations, Rescue Services ISBN 978-3-03768-125-1 $ 62.50

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Skyscrapers ISBN 978-3-03768-114-5 $ 99.95

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Green Design, Vol. 1

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(revised hardcover edition)

English

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Green Design, Vol. 1 presents products that are not only “green” but which also show good “design”: beautiful and functional objects of day-to-day life that are distinguished by applied principles of environmental sustainability. These include environmentally friendly raw materials, production and disposal, energy efficient or self-sufficient use, as well as fair production.

Sustainability has become one of the main key objectives and goals of our time. Eco-friendly products and environmentally compatible methods of manufacturing are in great demand – especially if they are well designed. This volume features products from very different areas of life representing different aspects of environmentally compatible and sustainable design.

USBcell Battery (Moixa Design Products, USA) Rubber Rug (Annemette Beck Design Studio, Denmark)

Green Design, Vol. 2 shows the most varied strategies of environmentally compatible design. The selection of products covers a wide range of areas of modern life. Especially notable are the recycling of unusual materials, fair production and fair trade, lowenergy use, and finally the principle of conversion instead of disposal.

chemicals and non-biodegradable materials, such as plastic. By having the table in the main room of the house, you get the benefit of the cleaner air where you spend most of your time. The table uses the Tillandsias plant, which produces a relatively large amount of oxygen, particularly at night. The Tillandsias plant has the added benefit of growing without soil, since water and nutrients are absorbed through the leaves. This makes it a practical choice for this design.

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Pist! During the designer’s bachelor degree in graphic design, she was required to come up with a new way to present a food product. Pistachios were the chosen foodstuffs, Students had to think of a main problem with their desired product, which in this case was the problem of what to do with the shells after the pistachios had been eaten. Rather than putting them on the side, which can be

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DESIGNER: Matt Ebbing / TDA_Boulder (USA) DISTRIBUTOR: Newton Running YEAR OF DEVELOPMENT: 2007 MAIN MATERIAL: post-consumer waste recyled cardboard

The Newton shoe was conceived with revolutionary orthopedic techniques and this packaging is designed to emphasize the pioneering nature of the product. The designers have created a recyclable box using the same material traditionally used for egg boxes. The box fits the shoes exactly so that no material is wasted, as is the case with the traditional rectangular shoebox.

DESIGNERS: Devon Mingling Wang DISTRIBUTOR: Chanware Enterprise Co., Ltd. YEAR OF DEVELOPMENT: 2010 MAIN MATERIALS: stainless steel, wood, airplant

occurring, the forests must be thinned and well maintained. The surplus wood was previously left to rot in the forest but Umaji Village took another look at this matter from an ecological viewpoint and established Ecoasu Umajimura Co., Ltd. to carry out a reuse project exploring the feasibility of cedar wood. Monacca uses the surplus wood, felled during the process of thinning and maintaining the forests to create eco friendly products from the surplus material.

Newton Running Packaging

Design: Marie Bergeron

quite untidy, the designer thought of giving her packaging an inbuilt garbage can. If not all of the nuts are consumed at the same time, it is easy to close the package to be consumed later on. The size of the package makes it easy to transport in a backpack or purse. The solution was to propose two sides within the packaging, one for the product itself and the other to be used for garbage.

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Design: Devon Mingling Wang

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Oxygen of Green Indoor Air Purification Table This living room table, the “Oxygen of Green Indoor Air Purification Table”, is designed by Devon Wang and includes plants, housed within the structure itself, which absorb CO from the air, produce oxygen during the night, and freshen the air and the surroundings throughout the day. The air purification table was developed to provide an alternative to energy consuming air purification gadgets, which not only consume energy but are also manufactured with the use of

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Elegant, innovative, or extravagant design can hardly exist on its own today as the eco-friendly and sustainable design of products has become a main selling point – especially where one is prepared to pay a little more for the design. That principle also applies to specific products in terms of their manufacturing, for example if they are resource sparing, their use, e.g. if they are low-emission, and finally their disposal, e.g. if they are compostable.

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DESIGNERS: Monacca DISTRIBUTOR: Ecoasu Umajimura Co., Ltd. YEAR OF DEVELOPMENT: 2005 MAIN MATERIALS: surplus cedar wood

Monacca-bags

Monacca is the brand name of company Ecoasu Umajimura Co., Ltd. based in Umaji, Japan, which uses thinned Japanese cedar to create a varied range of products. Cedar is the most popular tree in Japan and is widely used as a building material. In order to obtain good quality timber the maintenance of forests is absolutely necessary. If the forest is too dense, the trees’ growth will be stunted due to the lack of sunlight and forest resources will be damaged. To avoid this

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Michelle Galindo Kids‘ Design English Hardcover with dust jacket

Toy Design

21 x 28.5 cm | 8 /4 x 11 /4 in.

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232 pages

$ 35.00

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From the content: n Miles Carpet (Balouga, France) n Totem Tree Building Set (Kidsonroof, The Netherlands) n Fashion Collection 2013 (Lola et Moi, Lebanon)

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Swiss Design ISBN 978-3-03768-048-3

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Overly cute little bears in a vast range of colors, grinning elephants and cuddly mice cavorting on changing tables, winter parkas and playhouses – the design quality of children‘s products often leaves very much to be desired. However, fortunately there are increasing examples of child-appropriate design with style. This is of course not simply a matter of satisfying the aesthetic demands of the adults. Rather, it is about attractive product design that makes sense for children and is conducive to their development.

This volume presents products which allow children to be children. They include toys, furniture, clothing and much more in the categories of living, fashion, and playtime. While such products must of course be functional and stable, it is equally important that they playfully incite the imagination and creativity of children while advancing their capacities and potentials. Finally, they should also be a source of pleasure for the potential design lovers of tomorrow.

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DESIGNER: Ridder & Clown YEAR OF DEVELOPMENT: 2009 MAIN MATERIALS: wood, textile

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Michelle Galindo Coffee Time – Contemporary Cafés ISBN 978-3-03768-105-3 $ 29.95 already published

Cielito Querido Café Mexico City, Mexico Architect: Esrawe / Cielito Querido Café is a Latin American reinvention of Cadena+Asociados Branding the coffeehouse experience. It is a place that surprises, Other creatives: Rocío Serna, Joaquín Ceballos confronts and engages all senses through its space, Year of completion: 2010 aroma, taste, color and history. Drawing their inspiration Materials: recovered wood, tiles from Mexican history, the designers incorporated the

ing interior. The Latin American sign-maker’s trade is celebrated through the display of product labels from old grocery and general stores, generating an evocative graphic language belonging to a culture that is spectacularly rich in history. In this unique space, however,

joyful colors, symbolic language and illustrated graphics

that past has been radically reinvented in a joyful, poetic,

of the late 19th to early 20th century into the strik-

nostalgic celebration of contemporary Mexican life.

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Michelle Galindo Fashion Worlds – Contemporary Retail Spaces ISBN 978-3-03768-103-9 $ 29.95 already published

Cornet Boutique Kumagaya, Japan Architect: Kazutoyo This unique boutique interior in Japan designed by Yamamoto / Dessence Kazutoyo Yamamoto of Japanese Studio Dessence is Year of completion: 2010 Gross floor area: 107 m filled with stone partitions with arched doorway openMaterials: reinforced conings. Full-height mirrors placed between the archways crete, stone partitions

on the walls of the Cornet Boutique create the illusion

Fitting rooms are located centrally for easy access and tables have been incorporated into the layout, offering spaces for visitors to rest and relax in this urbanized fashion boutique, a welcome respite from a savage exterior world.

of an infinite line of stone structures, of a town or even a city of garments mingling with architectural elements.

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Kid’s Republic Beijing, China meter long strands of ribbon, twisting through the space Architect: SAKO architects This vast, eclectic space invites children to roam, play, Lighting design: in playful curving lines, invite children up to the picture read and sate their curious minds with vibrant colors, Masahide Kakudate bookstore on the second floor. There are no ordered Year of opening: 2005 intriguing shapes and, of course, an array of books. Gross floor area: 166 m bookshelves and seating areas here – instead, children Colored ribbon surrounds and encircles the space, Materials: carpet, microcrystalline stone, MDF oil paint capturing the young visitors’ imaginations and encourag- are encouraged to use this paradise of play and learning ing exploration. The first floor houses an event room,

entirely as they wish.

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HEALING ARCHI TECTURE

Dirk Meyhöfer (ed.)

WATER ENJOYMENT SUSTAINABLE QUALITY, TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGN

Christine Nickl-Weller | Hans Nickl

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Water Enjoyment - Sustainable Quality, Technology and Design ISBN 978-3-03768-078-0 $ 49.95

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