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Caramel. Forget Architecture, Schätzchen...

Caramel. Forget Architecture, Schätzchen...

DKK 429,00

Andreas Russ-Bovelino
Springer
9783709105115

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For ten years now, Günter Katherl, Martin Haller and Ulrich Aspetsberger and their architects'' office Caramel have amazed people with their spectacular buildings, competition entries and performances. And now we have caramel in book form. 99 projects - buildings, designs, studies, art and actions, castles in the air and hot-air balloons. Glossy pictures to leaf through, texts that no-one, except architectural critics, wants to read? Not likely! Architecture tells stories. Exciting, wistful, unusual or even quite mundane ones. High time to also present it this way. And to write about it this way, so that it is a pleasure to read about architecture.

Grimshaw Architecture : The First 30 Years

Grimshaw Architecture : The First 30 Years

DKK 450,00

Nicholas Grimshaw
Prestel
9783791350738

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This survey of one of the world''s leading architecture firms celebrates three decades of design excellence, environmental sustainability, and architectural innovation, and explores some fascinating proposals for the future of the practice.

White Green: Ten Projects in the Great Outdoors by White Arkitekter

White Green: Ten Projects in the Great Outdoors by White Arkitekter

DKK 340,00

Mark Isitt
Laurence King Publishers
9781856697378

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White arkitekter AB, is Scandinavia''s leading architectural practice and among the ten largest in Europe. Founded in 1951 the employee-owned company is a leader in sustainability and environmental issues. The projects selected for the book reflect a radical shift in architectural methodùpointing out how construction is affected and altered by stringent ecological demands and the narural context. Filled with plans and photographs of the buildings and their natural surroundings, this is a beautiful and useful book. About the Author Mark Isitt is a freelance writer and journalist based in Sweden, specializing in Nordic architecture and design. For many years he was Editor in Chief of Forum AID Magazine, a quarterly review of Nordic architecture, interior design, and design.

Temporary Architecture: Burkhardt Leitner Global Network

Temporary Architecture: Burkhardt Leitner Global Network

DKK 360,00

Burkhardt Leitner constructiv
Avedition
9783899861471

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Temporary Architecture: Burkhardt Leitner - Global Network. First monograph about one of the most innovative design offices for modular systems worldwide. With projects, plans and backstage information.

A Journey in Steel: Hintan Associates

A Journey in Steel: Hintan Associates

DKK 285,00

Richard Frewer
Black Dog Publishing
9781907317279

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Hintan: A Journey in Steel provides an insight into the practice of Hin Tan and his impressive career as an architect and as the principal director of Hintan Associates. The book charters Hin Tan''s influence as an architectural, airport and interior designer.

True Life: Steven Harris Architects

True Life: Steven Harris Architects

DKK 360,00

Steven Harris
Princeton Architectural Press
9781568989716

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"Effortless" and "inevitable" are architect Steven Harris''s two favorite words. With sensitivity to the surrounding landscape, Steven Harris Architects designs spaces that are custom-tailored to their clients'' daily lives and experiences. His dining rooms are not aggrandizements of tradition, they are places to eat, to gather, or even work; his entry halls are not the primary places of arrival, but rather the final segments of a long trajectory that begins when the resident turns off the main road or exits the elevator. True Life, the firm''s first monograph, showcases an exceptional range of residential work from the past twenty-five years. Organized by the activities that propel their designs dine, lounge, study, play, sleep, and so on it focuses on people rather than objects. The firm s spaces are not meant to set lifestyle changes into motion, but rather cater to those routines already in progress. Herein lies the genius of the work: they let the client speak for elegance of the firm''s designs.

What Anchors a House in Itself

What Anchors a House in Itself

DKK 395,00

Andreas Fuhrimann, Gabrielle Hächler
Lars Müller Publishers
9783037782408

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The Zürich architects Fuhrimann Hächler take on the most diverse building commissions. The present volume is devoted in particular to private residences, most of them realized for clients who are at home in the architectural and art scenes. These homes captivate by virtue of the clarity and simplicity of their constructive materials, their economically effective construction, and their haptic, sensual surfaces and flowing spatial transitions. Outstanding examples of their architecture include the Haus Presenhuber in Vnà (2007), the Haus Müller Gritsch in Lenzburg (2007) and their own residence in Zurich (2003). The text contributions take the reader beyond the featured residences while situating these within the overall oeuvres of the architects.

Broad Horizons: ADPI Architecture and Engineering

Broad Horizons: ADPI Architecture and Engineering

DKK 50,00

Felipe Starling, Dominique Chavanne, Susan Dunne
Black Dog Publishing
9781907317156

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Broad Horizons / Larges Horizons: ADPI Architecture and Engineering presents the history of ADPI, an international team of architects and engineers who specialize in airport development and large-scale building and infrastructure projects. Broad Horizons / Larges Horizons documents how ADPI, founded in 2000 as a subsidiary of the Aéroports de Paris Group, established itself through the export of its expertise and diversity, from extensive projects on airports, to operas and stadiums. Focusing on their projects over the last ten years including the Opera in Beijing, the French Embassy in Japan and Jeddah Airport City, the interdisciplinary activities of ADPI are explored in this book. Broad Horizons / Larges Horizons illustrates the complimentary approach between engineer, architect and other specialists through to the relationship between art and science, documenting the development of projects in the making.

Fisher Friedman Associates: In Praise of Pragmatism

Fisher Friedman Associates: In Praise of Pragmatism

DKK 310,00

Daniel Solomon, Rodney Friedman
ORO editions
9780979380136

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Residential design has to be affordable and smart, but it can also be sensuous, appealing, and timely. With color photographs and illustrations throughout, Fisher Friedman Associates 1964û2010 explores one of the Bay Area''s leading architectural firms, from its beginnings in residential architecture through its expansion into academic buildings, student housing, office developments, civic facilities, and large-scale urban planning. In the process, it profiles the nearly 50-year career of Rodney Friedman, who continues to produce a vigorous body of work at age 75.

Bernard Tschumi: Event-Cities 4: Concept-Form

Bernard Tschumi: Event-Cities 4: Concept-Form

DKK 329,00

Bernard Tschumi
The MIT Press
9780262512411

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Event-Cities 4 is the latest in the Event-Cities series from Bernard Tschumi, documenting recent built and theoretical projects in the context of his evolving views on architecture, urbanism, and design. Event-Cities 4 follows directly from the work of Event-Cities 3, which examined the interaction of architectural content, concept, and context. This volume takes the interaction a step further, looking at a series of projects for which program or context are insufficient as a generative conceptual strategy, hence requiring a different approach. Tschumi has said, "Over the past years, there is one word I have almost never used, except in order to attack it: ''form.'' In Event-Cities 4, Tschumi introduces the "concept-form": a concept generating a form, or a form generating a concept, so that one reinforces the other. The concept may be programmatic, technological, or social. The form may be singular or multiple, regular or irregular. Concept-forms act as organizing devices or common practices.

Peter Zumthor - Thinking Architecture

Peter Zumthor - Thinking Architecture

DKK 359,00

Peter Zumthor
Birkhauser
9783034605854

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Architecture that is meant to have a sensuous connection to life calls for thinking that goes far beyond form and construction. In his texts, Peter Zumthor articulates what motivates him to design his buildings, which appeal to the visitor''s heart and mind in so many different ways and possess a compelling and unmistakable presence and aura. Now in its third edition, this book has been expanded to include two new essays: "Architecture and Landscape" deals with the relationship between the structure and its surroundings, with the secret of the successful placement and topographical integration of architecture. In "The Leis Houses" Peter Zumthor describes the genesis of two wooden houses in the town of Leis in the Swiss canton of Graubunden, thus thematizing the special challenge of integrating contemporary architecture into a traditional architectural context.

Nicolas-Henri Jardin

Nicolas-Henri Jardin

DKK 750,00

Ulla Kjær
Nationalmuseet
9788776021320

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Nicolas-Henri Jardin - en ideologisk nyklassicist er det f¢rste st¢rre værk om den franske arkitekt, der som ud¢vende bygnings-, landskabs- og m¢belarkitekt skabte værker som Bernstorff og Marienlyst Slotte, S¢lvgades Kaserne og Fredensborg Slotspark. I dette tobindsværk gennemgår Ulla Kjær - over i alt 1.421 gennemillustrerede sider - Jardins værker og fortæller historien om en af danmarkshistoriens mest fremragende arkitekter.

Joseph Urban

Joseph Urban

DKK 350,00

John Loring
Abrams
9780810990265

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Joseph Urban is a lavish celebration of this prolific artist, architect, and designer, whose accomplishments include magnificent Art Deco buildings, spectacular Ziegfeld Follies productions, and dramatic sets for the Metropolitan Opera. Joseph Urban (1872û1933) began his career as an architect and artist in Vienna before moving to America in 1911. In 1914 he moved to New York, where he ultimately signed on as set designer of the Metropolitan Opera. He also became immersed in an astonishing array of outside projects, designing nightclubs, hotel lounges, skyscrapers, theaters, stage and film sets, and even childrenÆs books. Though his creative output was immense, little remains of his work except the Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, and the New School and the base of the Hearst Tower in New York.

A Conversation with Frei Otto

A Conversation with Frei Otto

DKK 148,00

Juan Maria Songel
Princeton Architectural Press
9781568988849

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One of the twentieth century''s most important design visionaries, German architect and structural engineer Frei Otto (b. 1925) made his mark with a series of super-light tensile structuresùsuch as the West German Pavilion for Montreal''s Expo 67 and the Olympic Stadium in Munich (1972)ùthat are celebrated for their technical ingenuity and material efficiency. Yet despite Otto''s achievements, relatively little has been published on his work. A Conversation with Frei Otto features a comprehensive interview with Otto as well as his critical text Fundamentals of a Future Architecture in its entirety. In his conversation with Juan María Songel, Otto talks freely about everything from his early connections to the Bauhaus to his thoughts on the current state of engineering and architecture. The latest in our Conversations series, this book also includes images of Otto''s most important and well-known works.

Raimund Abraham & The Austrian Cultural Forum New York

Raimund Abraham & The Austrian Cultural Forum New York

DKK 50,00

Andreas Stadler, Andres Lepik
Hatje Cantz
9783775727259

Lager: Lager

The Austrian Cultural Forum: one of New YorkÆs most unusual buildings, and the chief work by the recently deceased architect Raimund Abraham Architectural historian Kenneth Frampton called the Austrian Cultural Forum, designed by Austrian architect and theorist Raimund Abraham (1933û2010), the most spectacular modern structure built in New York since the Seagram Building and Frank Lloyd WrightÆs Guggenheim Museum. With a width of 7.6 meters and a depth of 25 meters, the 24-story tower with its symmetrical glass façade fits perfectly into ManhattanÆs 52nd Street. Despite the extremely narrow plot of land, Abraham succeeded in producing extraordinary stylistic elements that elude any architectural trend. This is the first monograph on the building after eight years of vigorous use, and numerous photos and multi-faceted material present the various features of the structure. Contributions on the significance of the institution in AustriaÆs domestic and foreign policy, on AbrahamÆs work, and aesthetic ideas

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Opdateret d. 20. Oktober 2017