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Ja 94: Learning From The Neighborhood

Ja 94: Learning From The Neighborhood

DKK 245,00

Publisher Japan Architect
Publisher Japan Architect
4910051330741

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Central to this issue is an investigation into creating new guidelines for developing residential areas as an aggregation of diverse characteristics, to be achieved by researching suburbs in Japan in the 21st century. Often criticised as ugly and chaotic, these post-war suburban developments should perhaps be seen as expressions of the multiplicity and diversity attributable to todayÆs capitalist society. Through numerous, full-page photos of widely varied homes in their respective contexts, it shows how these have fertilised the vocabulary of housing design in Japan, as well as the way urban and suburban residential areas have developed in the nation through the years.

A+U 527 14:08 Gigon & Guyer

A+U 527 14:08 Gigon & Guyer

DKK 245,00

Nobuyuki Yoshida
A+U Publishing
4910019730842

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This edition is dedicated to recent work by Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer, who together run an architectural practice based in Zurich. It introduces twelve projects in Switzerland along with two exhibitions, all of which reveals the essence of their approach towards the site in everyday practice. In recent years, the office''s breadth of scope has expanded in terms of both type and size. Featuring detached houses, an array of apartment and office buildings, as well as plans for larger area developments, the examples shown here are accompanied by two critical essays and an interview with the architects

A+U 526 14:07 Retreat - Primal Concept And Experimental Design

A+U 526 14:07 Retreat - Primal Concept And Experimental Design

DKK 245,00

Nobuyuki Yoshida
A+U Publishing
4910019730743

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This edition focuses on those places where people tend to spend their free time, showcasing the primal concept of the retreat through experimental design. Locations of the 20 featured projects range from natural environments to dense urban situations. In these places of seclusion, functional necessity is generally of lesser priority than portraying the essential lifestyle that their users or residents desire when spending time away from their everyday lives. To match these requirements, architects are often encouraged to put their experimental concepts into practice. An essay by Juhani Pallasmaa precedes works by Cecilia Puga, Studio Mumbai, David Kohn, Casey Brown and more.

Inflection - Journal of the Melbourne School of Design Vol 01

Inflection - Journal of the Melbourne School of Design Vol 01

DKK 175,00

Jonathan Russell, Ariani Anwar
Spurbuchverlag
9783887784270

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What is Inflection? On a prosaic level, Inflection is the new student-run journal of architecture and the built environment from the Melbourne School of Design and published by AADR - Art Architecture Design Research. Inflection is a themed journal, to be published annually and features work from students, academics and practitioners. Crucially, Inflection is also a physical object û an artefact to be touched, handled and read in depth. At a time when our engagement with architectural ideas is increasingly digital and transient, Inflection offers a different, slower form of discourse and in doing so, hopes to facilitate and engage in conversations about the built environment both locally and internationally. In this issue, the word inflection serves as our point of departure. The authors featured here enter into conversations on edge conditions, ambiguous boundaries and the role and nature of transitions.

Perspecta 47: Money - The Yale Architectural Journal

Perspecta 47: Money - The Yale Architectural Journal

DKK 299,00

James Andrachuk
MIT Press
9780262526883

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Money plays a paradoxical role in the creation of architecture. Formless itself, money is a fundamental form giver. At all scales, and across the ages, architecture is a product of the financial environment in which it is conceived, for better or worse. Yet despite its ubiquity, money is often disregarded as a factor in conceptual design and is persistently avoided by architectural academia as a serious field of inquiry. It is time to break these habits. In the contemporary world, in which economies are increasingly connected, architects must creatively harness the financial logics behind architecture in order to contribute meaningfully to the development of the built environment. This issue of Perspecta -- the oldest and most distinguished student-edited architectural journal in America -- examines the ways in which money intersects with architectural discourse, design practice, and urban form, in order to encourage a productive relationship between money and the discipline.

Volume 41: How To Build A Nation - The Venice Issue

Volume 41: How To Build A Nation - The Venice Issue

DKK 199,00

Arjen Oosterman, Ole Bouman
Archis
9789077966426

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For the first time, a general theme was given to the national pavilions at this yearÆs Architecture Biennale in Venice. They were to be historical shows, focused on the impact of modernity on a countryÆs architecture. What it produced was not just a global survey of twentieth century construction, but also heroic stories of nation-building. Yes, architecture can build nations. Today, we seem far from that notion. The nation-state is either giving up on itself, or exploited through tyrannical regimes. Meanwhile architects are hardly taking up the cause. ''Volume'' went to Venice to read and review the pavilions messages, and makes the case for building a nation.

Scape: The International Magazine of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism #14, 2014

Scape: The International Magazine of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism #14, 2014

DKK 185,00

Stichting Lijn In Landschap
Birkhauser
9783035603330

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Making a well drawn design is not enough. Designers have to work with coalitions and alianties, time and process, ecology and economy. They have to be clever, with a broad vision. This new approach doesnt need to be boring. It can make fun. And be sexy. Green metropolises: developing older cities and rural non-places into tasty green housing landscapes. Examples in Germany, Belgium and Algeria. The tradition of IBA, Olympic Games and World expos: how exhibitions contribute to sustainable spatial quality. Acupuncture in London: a catalogue of ideas to renew old districts. The concept of Hollands Green Heart: how to revitalise an old planning concept. American artists vs Dutch engineers. Water as the engine of change. Essay: survey before plan, design as an exploration. The changing position of the architect. Portrait: Kees Christiaanse: urban designer in Holland and China. Christiaanse seems to play with urbanism, using informal rules as a design instrument.

CLOG: Rem

CLOG: Rem

DKK 160,00

Kyle May
CLOG
9780990422402

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CONTRIBUTORS Michael Abrahamson, Stan Allen, Joseph Altshuler, Serafina Amoroso, Haik Avanian, Cecil Balmond, Dorin Baul, Aaron Betsky, Petra Blaisse, Jim Bogle, Ole Bouman, Mat Bower, Eric de Broche des Combes, Brian Bruegge, Galo Canizares, Stephen Cassell, Archie Lee Coates IV, Rene Daalder, Ozge Diler, Ryan Drummond, Keefer Dunn, A. A. Dutto, Erez Ella, Valeria Federighi, Kim Förster, Jeffrey Franklin, Joseph Godlewski, Adam Himes, Matthias Hollwich, Julia van den Hout, Frances Hsu, Bernard Hulsman, Hans Ibelings, Klaus, Charlie Koolhaas, Tomas Koolhaas, Andrew Kovacs, Jimenez Lai, Stephanie Lee, Thomas Lozada, Winy Maas and Jacob van Rijs, Brandon Martinez, Isaac Mathew, Kyle May, Philipp Oswalt, Roberto Otero, Steven K. Peterson, Wim Pijbes, Jacob Reidel, Michael Rock, Joanna Rodriguez-Noyola, Fernando Romero, Alejandro Sanchez, Mika Savela, Jonathan A. Scelsa, Kyle Schumann, Brian Slocum, Galia Solomonoff, Frederieke Taylor, Will Thomson, Madelon Vriesendrop, Luke Yosuke Willis, Human Zenghelis.

A+U 14:06 525: Vienna Transition of Theory and Expression

A+U 14:06 525: Vienna Transition of Theory and Expression

DKK 245,00

A+U Publishing
A+U Publishing
4910019730644

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The cityscape of Vienna is the focus of this instalment, its layered urban structure and celebrated history having been interpreted time and again by architects, forming new layers in the process. How do architects today read this condition and design? In essays by Christian Kühn and Reinhard Seiss, the transformation of architectural expression through building facades and recent developments for urban expansion from a historic viewpoint are discussed. Also, nine teams of architects comment on Vienna''s fundamental and transforming elements. The city''s continuing theory is explored through approximately 60 works û from pre-modern to modern and the present.

GA Document 128: Holl, Morphosis, Cabb, O''donnell & Tuomey, Piano

GA Document 128: Holl, Morphosis, Cabb, O''donnell & Tuomey, Piano

DKK 429,00

Various
Ada Edita
9784871402880

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GA Document presents the finest in international design, focusing on architecture that expresses our time and striving to record the history of contemporary architecture. International scholars and critics provide insightful texts to further inform the reader of the most up-to-date ideas and events in the profession. This issue presents the Seona Reid Building in Glasgow by Steven Holl, the Gates Hall at Cornell University and Emerson College by Morphosis, the Abedian School of Architecture by Crab Studio, the Kimbell Art Museum expansion by Renzo Piano and more.

GA Houses 138: Stutchbury, Nishizawa, Marklee, Matin Etc.

GA Houses 138: Stutchbury, Nishizawa, Marklee, Matin Etc.

DKK 385,00

Various
Ada Edita
9784871400862

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GA Houses documents outstanding new residential architecture from all over the world. Included in each issue also are retrospective looks at residential works of the past which are now considered epoch-making. With projects by Ryue Nishizawa, Peter Stutchbury, Johnston Marklee, Andra Matin, Takashi Fujino and others.

A+U 524 14:05 New Landscapes Of Wooden Architecture

A+U 524 14:05 New Landscapes Of Wooden Architecture

DKK 255,00


Japan Architect
4910019730545

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Focusing on wooden architecture, this issue features built works from around the globe, plus two competitions that foresee further integration of timber in cities and urban landscapes. Three essays by Werner Sobek, Matti Kuittinen and Michael Green discuss different aspects of modern wood construction, including adapting timber structures to ultra-lightweight designs, harmonising joints of prefab wooden elements and tall wood building technology. Among the works profiled are the Royal Belgian Sailing Club by Wim Goes, Bears'' House in the Woods by Patrick Thurston, Brockholes Visitor Centre by Adam Khan, the Wooden City in Kouvola, Finland, and a floating school in Nigeria.

Volume 40: Architecture Of Peace Reloaded

Volume 40: Architecture Of Peace Reloaded

DKK 199,00

Arjen Oosterman
Volume
9789077966402

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This issue revisits the theme ''Architecture of Peace'', first addressed by the magazine four years prior and dealing with rebuilding in post-conflict zones around the globe. Then, time seemed to be the main concern; now, the focus becomes the period directly after the arrival of peacekeeping forces. It goes in depth to investigate what a ''reconstruction mission'' actually is, how peace-keeping can anticipate its legacy and how different cultures require very different solutions to build or maintain peace. Filled with maps, data and case studies from Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Rwanda, it raises questions about designing for unstable scenarios and enduring animosities.

AA Files 68

AA Files 68

DKK 199,00

The Architectural Association
The Architectural Association
9781907896392

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Features essays by the academic Vittoria di Palma on architecture and gastronomy, the writer Gillian Darley on John Summerson, the urban historian Elena Cogato-Lanza on Maurice Braillard, the French historian Nicolas Courtin on the Parisian Hôtel Particulier, architects Florian Beigel and Philip Christou on architectural translations, historian James D Graham on Le Corbusier and Eric Satie, and a conversation between Thomas Daniell and Arata Isozaki.

GA Document 127 - International 2014

GA Document 127 - International 2014

DKK 325,00


ADA Edita
9784871402873

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GA Document presents the finest in international design, focusing on architecture that expresses our time and striving to record the history of contemporary architecture. International scholars and critics provide insightful texts to further inform the reader of the most up-to-date ideas and events in the profession. This ''International 2014'' issue contains projects by Alejandro Aravena, Norman Foster, BIG/Bjarke Ingels, Sou Fujimoto, Junya Ishigami, Christian Kerez, Selgascano, Renzo Piano and many others.

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Forlag: R Designpress

ISBN: 9788889819036

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Opdateret d. 24. November 2014