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In my career as a publisher and graphic designer, Birkhäuser has always been an inexhaustible source of information and ideas on architecture and design, and a fundamental reference by which to measure the quality of any publishing activity. The creation of the ActarBirkhäuser Group provides now the opportunity to reinforce and renovate Birkhäuser’s central position in publishing by taking advantage of the technological changes and new consumer requirements affecting our industry, while developing an even stronger content production platform in synergy with the group’s other main publisher, Actar. We trust that this opportunity will result in an enhanced usability of the books and magazines that constitute this catalog—so that they provide you, dear reader, with the appropriate tools for the development of your creative and research activity—and eventually in the establishment of stronger and more productive connections and synergies also among the architecture and design communities in which we operate as publishers.
Ramon Prat Group Managing Director ActarBirkhäuser
Contents Workflows Building Books TypoLyrics Interview with Dino Simonett Architecture Architects | Buildings Construction | Materials Types | Functions Cities | Regions | Urbanism Studies | Professional Practice Theory | History Landscape Architecture Landscape Architects Gardens | Landscapes Construction | Materials Regions Theory | History Design Designers Graphics | Communication Product Design | Interior | Materials Studies | Professional Practice Design Annuals Index Titles Architects | Designers 132 136 108 113 118 127 128 96 98 102 104 106 16 40 67 78 84 91 4 7 10 .
objects for life and work. We aspire to make intelligent books that are a pleasure to hold in the hand. graphic artists and product designers create buildings and interiors. landscape architects and urban planners. Architects and interior designers. in short. in short. attractive. designing everyday objects that are hopefully more than just useful: irresistible. So how do they connect beauty with utility? Under new ownership Birkhäuser remains the specialist publisher for architecture. beautiful. gardens and squares. conspicuous. collections of essays and textbooks for theory and practice. monographs and dictionaries. They are creative. beautiful. landscape architecture and design. So how do they connect beauty with utility? . books that take you a step further—and us too. outdoor and urban landscapes. desirable. We will continue publishing informative and inspiring handbooks and introductions.4 work flow s B u i l d i n g Bo ok s Building Books Dear Reader. exquisite. Our publications convey practical knowledge but seek to be more than just useful: pleasing.
Time to discuss ideas and alternatives. illustrations and white space? . images and plans are to be used. The author. an attractive product that is a pleasure to read. There are many questions concerning the logic of the construction: In what dimensions do we want to build a book. and the publishing house with its expertise in architecture and design books agree on a basic plan for a book—a concept that captures the subject in content and design. as the expert in matters of architecture and design. Our architecture and design catalogues will continue to reflect the diversity of contemporary and practical themes. modules.work flows Bui l di ng Bo o k s 5 Planning and Development Books are created by authors. Like in architecture. Design and Communication As well as pursuing an idea. the product is generated through a process involving materials. editors and designers. an architectural handbook follows different rules than a designer’s monograph. what layout. consequently exploiting a spectrum of formats. The project development phase requires time. Just as a school needs a different spatial configuration from a stadium. a book always fits a type distinguished and defined through the ways and means by which it processes and conveys knowledge. what format. will we build? Which insights and perspectives can the images supply? How to configure the relationship between built and open areas. but not all live up to that expectation. A book must address and exceed the expectations placed upon it through the way it interprets its type and thus first receives its individual form. Constructing and Materializing Books have to be constructed if they are to materialize their idea. between text. what size? How will we select the different materials? The paper for the interior? The cover materials for the outer shell? What texts. But how do we get from the initial idea to a concept that can carry a whole book like the foundations of a house? Every book seeks to be special. which typefaces? On what grid. elements and structures. time to develop a broad structure bringing together two perspectives.
Planning and Realizing Ultimately. But they do not bear sole responsibility: authors. Be inspired! Ulrich Schmidt Chief Unit Manager. Sharing know-how will allow us to optimize the aesthetic quality of our books and provide you with tools that are even more attractive. to create the built object. We see it as a great advantage that Actar itself has such high standards and ambitions in the field of graphic design and book production.6 work flows B u i l d i n g Boo ks We will retain and actively develop the visual identity of the Birkhäuser imprint. translators and proofreaders. graphic designer and publisher remain the key to observing agreed budgets and schedules. a dynamic equilibrium of the highest order. books have to be realized and financed. Individual project management by editor. And they all know that it requires a concerted effort by all involved. the printed book. photographers and lithographers. architects and designers. Birkhäuser . printers and bookbinders all contribute expertise to put a project on the shelves.
Kévin Puech.work flows T ypo lyri cs 7 Turn Up the Volume “TypoLyrics—The Sound of Fonts” Design: Rike Stephani. Font: Trappers and Traders .
In ‘TypoLyrics’ the idea is to present new font designs: In order to show the design potential of a font you simply have to show how it is used.” Today. fonts tend to get selected online: you enter a few words in a box and can then immediately see what it will look like in different faces.” that readers so rave about. Slanted’s claim is quite consciously: “The feel of typography. Kurt Weidemann famously calls typography a “dry lover. staging fonts and presenting the new kids on the block. as it were. Because often the feel of a font gets lost if the way it is presented is defined by the CI stipulations of a font publisher. black on white.” Here the goal is not to heed the wild ideas of a rock band Design: Fons Hickmann m23 . but visually striking. The principle has also been adopted for a new homonymous book. Lars Harmsen. the focus there was on reillustrating the cover of a well-known album—a fictitious redesign. Or we ask international illustrators and graphic artists to use a specific new font and explore via a lyric how it looks and feels.8 work flows T yp olyri c s Slanted magazine includes a cherished section named “TypoLyrics. but in conveying their enthusiasm and passion for particular typefaces.” The magazine editors are interested not in the finer points of the fonts. Now that is practical if things have to happen fast and you need a first impression. As in the magazine’s section on “TypoLyrics. Font: Frakturbo . one of the founders of Karlsruhe’s Magma agency (which first launched Slanted) had the idea on spotting a section in legendary Ray Gun magazine. Dummy copy hardly does the trick. Let’s listen in.” There. with copy not playing a role. designed by David Carson: “However. and which is now the subject of an entire book.” Just how much sex appeal the black art can nevertheless have is clearly evidenced by the book “TypoLyrics” that the editors of Slanted magazine presented in May at the Typo in Berlin. But Harmsen has something different in mind: “TypoLyrics gives the font designers themselves the chance to show how their design can be used. new fonts created by international designers are presented in the form of illustrated lyrics.
form magazine Design: Anne-Katrin Koch. Gerrit Terstiege Editor-in-Chief. confronted a Techno fan with a country western song. Font: Brauer Neue . Jan Kiesswetter comments: “In some cases we asked very young designers to try their hand with very old songs. Because we wanted to provoke visual ideas that are a far cry from the clichés you associate with the genre and that are not solely influenced by the personal musical taste of the designer. DJ Frank Wiedemann.work flows T ypo lyri cs 9 or a label’s marketing executive. Font: Mia Entire Design: Philippe Desarzens. and designers Flo Gaertner and Jan Kiesswetter set out above all to give the right songs in the right mixture to the right designers —in order to get exciting pairings and visually inspiring results. Or a Hip-Hop lover with a piece of folk. But if you consider that the book runs to over 200 pages and the project covers eleven different chapters and 176 typographical illustrations then you soon realize you cannot simply give any and every designer a carte blanche to “put your favorite song in font!” Chief curator Lars Harmsen. But look for yourself: The book is now at your local store.” The typo-illustrations in the book are printed on colored papers. and each of the eleven chapters has its own tone.
” The volume joins a series of publications on the buildings of Valerio Olgiati. We spoke with Dino Simonett about the process of creating “Dado” and his ideas about making books.10 work flows in Terv i e w wi T h di n o s i mo n e T T Interview with Dino Simonett The Making of “Dado” Together with Bruno Margreth. Jozo Palkovits © . As an art director. Simonett develops book concepts that seek their own channels of communication outside and beyond the mainstream. Dino Simonett created the design for “Dado—Built and Inhabited by Rudolf Olgiati and Valerio Olgiati. produced in close collaboration between Dino Simonett and the architect.
I can think of almost nothing comparable in offset printing. or you dispense with the stabilising spine. that bores me. Anything in-between is half-hearted and boring. Bound so fine and thin. stunningly printed on matt paper. Count me out. Looking at an original Tintin album from the late 1940s makes me come over all strange. wherever it is from. What inspires your book concepts? I have always made books that I would like to buy myself. Never do the same book twice. unmatched. There is very little to be found that is sensitive and stimulating. it quite excites me. Today everything is brash. I’m inspired by stuff from the 1930s and that kind of thing. but even when you look at “the most beautiful books” I think there is much too much trendy rubbish. So “old-fashioned” techniques find their way into my books. foillaminated and disgustingly unsensual. There are exceptions of course. Se la dolcezza non ha la forza non e la dolcezza.wo rk flows inT erv i ew wi T h di no si mo neT T 11 Dado: you tell the story of the building through subtle images and plans but packaged them in such a conspicuous object of bookbinding art. nothing swanky. How the pictures and text fit in. What came first? The idea of letting the images do the talking or the concept for the presentation? The form simply had to work. So perfectly reproduced in such lovely strong colors. For example paper too thick. How do you reconcile the quiet and the loud? Se la forza no ha la dolcezza non e la forza. and it had be new. That’s what my mother always says when I try to take her to the mountains. card too heavy—despite making . but I still make far too many mistakes. Books I can’t find in the shops. that’s a different matter. high-gloss. Sometimes you use Japanese binding techniques. Les extrèmes se touchent. with a sensitive touch. mass production.
I think my way into the job as best as I can.12 work flows in Terv i e w wi T h di n o s i mo n e T T dozens of dummies. which makes working with him divine (and I don’t mean that ironically). I have mostly succeeded in that. what they want. the clear. but not always. There would be a lot more to say but there’s not the time here. I haven’t been able to find them (yet). Then I tell them I’m like an architect (or a fashion designer): if the project interests me and the money is right I would be pleased to take the supplied concrete—or dressed stone and solid walnut—and create something for the client. And it must have an artistic touch. reduced language. It would be splendid if there were more people like Olgiati. He is incredibly creative and unconventional. The aspiration is a good place to start though. and bloody-mindedly tenacious until a thing really works and something good has come out of it. for example how to think something through clearly to the end. until it works. a functioning idea. doing exactly that what I believe to be the very best for the subject and the client. But if he knows it all better himself then he might as well build his own house. With others I have to do (almost) all the thinking and . otherwise it’s totally boring. that’s the secret. nothing less than that. First of all I listen very carefully to what they have to say. with architects and artists? Do you seek people out? And when they come to you. I want him or her to be absolutely happy with the finished book and I want to be happy too. I have learnt such a lot from him. Olgiati is a blessing. when do you come on board? What does the working process look like? Hmm. These days it’s quite simple. I wouldn’t tell Balenciaga or Olgiati how to do their job would I? I use my head. Is this quality a fundamental precondition for collaboration or is it more a question of finding the right “packaging” for a subject? Olgiati is far and away the sharpest and clearest thinker in my publishing circus. It must be attractive and it must make sense. isn’t it? Jozo Palkovits © Your concepts for Valerio Olgiati echo the rigour of his architecture. That is one source of inspiration. I can only scratch the surface. How do you work with publishers.
sometimes knowingly. As long as a book is physical it is always going to be a crafted thing. Your book projects are all very “crafted” in the treatment of the paper and the bookbinding. No good Zumthor book. “unpolished” books normal books. Can’t think of anything else. The Herzog & de Meuron book by Peter Blum. . Balanced. Not too thick. It’s old too. Lovely. Even the Dhaka book I did for Louis Kahn. what it consists of. they have a different eye and they’re ultra-precise. all I can think of is rubbish. Japanese stuff is good. As an apprentice joiner I learned to work very precisely. the one by Lars Müller just scrapes through. the square one from the 1970s.wo rk flows inT erv i ew wi T h di no si mo neT T 13 conceptual work myself. Andean muesli. We all want organic. The Shinohara book. choice books. That means you can see how the book is made. and an artist’s book. What defines a good (architecture/design) book for you? Ninety-seven percent is rubbish. Little books. You experiment outside the normal limits. For example Max Bill’s Maillart. it was successful but I wouldn’t say it’s that good. it’s got something. haptic. I’ve been looking for that for a long time. Or an eight-pound doorstopper like the Valerio Olgiati for König. you could say. especially if you are a small publisher who has to sell your own books. The rest is worth living for. Nice bridges of course. sorry. of which I’m a little bit proud. . it drives me nuts. Honestly. It’s the same with food. I cheated too. So at least every day I have the pleasure of looking at attractive well-made books while I’m hard at work in the business. I wouldn’t touch it with a . But I’m working on it. “pure” spring water and so on. Nine Swimming Pools by Ed Ruscha. Kobe beef. Something contemporary? I’d have to have a look. The book about Vals is a disaster. And beautifully. What does this craft quality mean for you? Part of the answer is what I said earlier. It’s dreadful. In short: Less is more. I promise! always carting boxes of books around. really. Why shouldn’t a book be made of good high-quality materials. It’s definitely worthwhile. . Today I want to cheat as little as possible. thin books. and I fall in love with my own ideas too quickly and am too easily satisfied and then I get lazy. please pulp (not from Birkhäuser is it?). Perfect. There is dross in every field. taking them to the post office. With that one I was at the mercy of certain outside constraints. Fantastic typeface. sometimes unknowingly. otherwise there was trouble. Super proportions. So you should work precisely please.
Birkhäuser . Incredibly beautiful paper from America. I’ve given my all. And I’d like to do a book in copper-plate intaglio.14 work flows in Terv i e w wi T h di n o s i mo n e T T Is there a design concept or a book. Interview: Andrea Wiegelmann Senior Editor. I’m already quite exhausted by this interview. I would like to print a book on MONADNOCK paper. that you are just dying to do? Thank you for the question. I would like to print something in Japan with my friend Issay Kitagawa from Graph. The end. Thank you for your attention. it’s a revelation how that man prints.
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00 / UsD 115.00 / UsD 89. founded in 1988 by roger hawkins and russell Brown. 2005. Marg Ideas Exchange und Partner The collaborative Architecture studio of hawkins\ 2001–2003 Brown Meinhard von Gerkan Tim Abrahams dörte gatermann and elmar schossig are among the leading architects of their generation in germany.0 cm. Hardcover.00 / UsD 84. 450 drawings. in the nearly twentyfive years since they founded their firm. 21.00 978-3-7643-7366-5 German / English The hawkins\Brown architectural firm in London. EUr 59. 200 b/w ills. 350 color ills.90 / GBP 54.0 × 30. 208 pp.5 × 28.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 19 New Gatermann + schossig space Art Technology Klaus-Dieter Weiss Von Gerkan.95 978-3-7643-9944-3 German / English presenting recent buildings and design concepts by gmp.0 x 29. they have realized a remarkably broad range of building tasks. from singlefamily houses to administration buildings and complex structures for industry and technology.33 / GBP 63. 50 b/w ills. 250 color. 2010..0 cm. The spectrum of the firm’s works ranges from residences and interior design by way of office buildings and various public buildings all the way to urban planning.. 220 color. 50 drawings.0 cm. 288 pp...95 978-3-0346-0231-0 English .. 100 drawings.02 / GBP 82.. including more than 20 projects in china. 2009. 23. Hardcover. Hardcover. EUr 65. 26. 390 pp. is one of the up-and-coming offices on the international architecture scene. EUr 84. This book documents some 25 buildings from the past five years.
2010. Cloth bound. 30 b/w ills.. EUr 59.0 x 30.95 978-3-7643-8767-9 German / English in his design approach.00 / UsD 84. 334 color ills. 479 pp.. 24. the Finnish architect pekka helin draws in a specifically Scandinavian manner both on functionalism as well as on the organic architecture of Alvar Aalto. 2008.90 / GBP 54.. viljo revell.0 cm. and heikki sirèn. EUr 55.95 978-3-0346-0604-2 English .00 / UsD 84.20 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs New Architecture in Context helin workshop Peter Davey Hermann & Valentiny and Partners codes Liesbeth Waechter-Böhm With a foreword by Ingeborg Flagge For twenty-five years. 23. This book presents twenty four of the firm’s projects organized by typological task.98 / GBP 50. 220 color. 123 drawings.0 cm. Hardcover.0 × 29.. The building material wood plays a prominent role in this extremely clear architecture. 224 pp. Their architecture offers an experience beyond the parameters of the zeitgeist and makes a highly individual contribution to the current architectural discussion. 115 drawings. Hubert hermann and François valentiny have maintained their offices in Vienna and Luxemburg.
.00 / UsD 129. 211 pp. 1500 color ills.0 × 33. EUr 102. Cloth bound. enlarged by some 40 pages and approximately 80 color illustrations..00 / UsD 169.00 978-3-7643-5616-3 German / English Volume 4: 1997–2001 The long-awaited fourth volume of the complete works! The Tate modern in london made herzog & de meuron famous all over the world. 24. 140 color. with an updated bibliography and chronology of the architects’ complete works. 331 b/w ills. EUr 102.00 / GBP 108. Cloth bound.0 cm.0 × 33. including masterpieces such as Tate modern. 24. 215 b/w ills.80 / GBP 88. 213 drawings. Cloth bound. 2005.80 / GBP 88.. 230 color.00 978-3-7643-7365-8 German / English .0 cm. 24.0 cm. 2009.00 978-3-7643-8640-5 English Volume 2: 1989–1991 presenting 32 projects of this period... 1997.0 × 33.00 / UsD 129. 224 color.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 21 Herzog & de Meuron The complete works Gerhard Mack Volume 3: 1992–1996 volume 3 of herzog & de meuron’s complete works in an updated edition.. The projects and structures they have built since then are distinguished by the sensitive treatment of materials and shapes for which the architects are renowned. Cloth bound. 24. 238 pp. 303 pp. 500 drawings. 70 b/w ills.00 978-3-7643-7112-8 German / English Volume 1: 1978–1988 star architects herzog & de meuron have established themselves as one of today’s leading international practices.80 / GBP 88.00 / UsD 129. 291 drawings.0 × 33.0 cm. EUr 102. 352 pp. 2005... Birkhäuser presents their complete works. EUr 119.
gives an in-depth documentation of this lyrical temporary structure—with many unpublished sketches. 2008. EUr 48. including an original text by kuma himself.00 / UsD 69.4 cm. 62 b/w ills.5 × 24. 126 color. 20 b/w ills.0 x 28. for structures that react dynamically to a range of different demands.. EUr 18. 42 drawings.00 978-3-7643-7122-7 English The monograph.0 cm. 122 drawings. 131 pp. details With an introduction by Manfred Sack kengo kuma— Breathing Architecture The Teahouse of the museum of Applied Arts Frankfurt Volker Fischer. 21. This monograph presents 14 projects. kengo kuma only recently entered the european limelight. 137 drawings. 136 pp. 18 color.22 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs kiessler + Partner kengo kuma Architekten materials..60 / GBP 18.00 / UsD 65. the water/glass-villa.00 / UsD 29. softcover. 2006. Ulrich Schneider (Eds) uwe kiessler and his partners have set new standards with their firm’s outstanding structures. 228 color. 24. softcover.95 978-3-7643-8787-7 German / English .. the plastic house in Tokyo and the Bamboo house.95 978-3-7643-7627-7 German / English long regarded in Japan as a master architect. softcover.0 × 22. Uwe Kiessler (Ed.) structures... EUr 46. Their architecture stands for solutions that accomplish their objectives at the lowest possible cost.00 / GBP 44. 2007. 183 b/w ills. All projects are portrayed in exact technical drawings. including the museum of hiroshige Ando. 374 pp. 21.0 cm.. and for technical systems that make use of nature instead of using it up. technical plans and with splendid color photographs.64 / GBP 45.
/ Engl.) 2006. 978-3-7643-5506-7 fr. Vol. 9th printing.) 2006. 8: 1965–1969 Willy Boesiger (Ed. 459 b/w ills.. 14th printing. Vol. / Engl. in close collaboration with le corbusier himself. Vol. Vol. Oscar Stonorov. 176 pp. 5th printing. / Ger. / Engl. 10th printing. the eight volumes comprise an exhaustive and singular survey of his work. Vol. 14th printing. / Engl. 259 b/w ills. / Ger. 6th printing. / Engl. / Engl. 3: 1934–1938 Max Bill (Ed. 240 pp. EUr 542. This exceptional complete works edition documents the enormous spectrum in the œuvre of one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. 978-3-7643-5503-6 fr. 208 pp. .0 × 23. 224 pp.. 244 pp. / Ger. 5: 1946–1952 Willy Boesiger (Ed..) 2006. 978-3-7643-5508-1 fr.. 978-3-7643-5510-4 fr. 1708 pp. 10th printing. / Engl..) 2006. / Ger.. Max Bill (Eds) 2006. 2: 1929–1934 Willy Boesiger (Ed. 550 b/w ills. 6: 1952–1957 Willy Boesiger (Ed. published between 1929 and 1970.0 cm. 29. / Ger. 208 pp. 7: 1957–1965 Willy Boesiger (Ed. Hardcover. / Ger.. 978-3-7643-5509-8 fr. 550 b/w ills. Oscar Stonorov (Eds) le Corbusier— Complete works in 8 volumes Willy Boesiger.) 2006.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 23 Vol. Vol. / Ger. 2006..06 / GBP 450. 50 color.) 2006.00 978-3-7643-5515-9 french / English / German Vol.. 254 b/w ills. 428 b/w ills. / Ger. 215 pp. 428 b/w ills. 1: 1910–1929 Willy Boesiger. 978-3-7643-5504-3 fr. 600 b/w ills. 4: 1938–1946 Willy Boesiger (Ed. 978-3-7643-5505-0 fr. 12th printing.) 2006. 978-3-7643-5507-4 fr. / Engl. and frequently reprinted ever since. 208 pp.
174 pp. 2006.0 × 24.. Hardcover. 29..44 / GBP 260. 4 slides and 63 color sample sheets provides an indispensable basis and invaluable tool for architects. 155 color. 3 volumes in a box.) This highly complex and exact reproduction—printed in pigments of le corbusier’s renowned “salubra colours” in 13 sample cards. interior and graphic designers. EUr 279.0 cm.00 / UsD 400.00 978-3-7643-7475-4 German / English / french .24 ArCH I TECTU r E A rc h i TecTs | B u i l di n g s le Corbusier— Polychromie architecturale color keyboards from 1931 and 1959 Arthur Rüegg (Ed. 37 b/w ills.
79 / GBP 35.2 × 25. 10 b/w ills. This volume documents fifty years of activity with illustrations of more than one hundred of le corbusier’s works from heidi weber’s collection. 2009.. EUr 45.0 × 24.00 / UsD 115. 181 color.4 × 25.5 cm. until today.. 2004. 71 b/w ills.00 978-3-7643-7218-7 German / English . EUr 49.00 / UsD 195. 30.00 978-3-0346-0249-5 English / German / french edition heidi weber: presenting le corbusier’s largely unknown artistic œuvre. Cloth bound. heidi weber has worked tirelessly to popularize his work. softcover. 208 pp. softcover.) le Corbusier— The Graphic work Heidi Weber (Ed. when she first met Le Corbusier in cap martin. EUr 147.0 cm.66 / GBP 133.) From the summer of 1958... Hardcover in slipcase.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 25 Heidi weber—50 Years Ambassador for le Corbusier 1958–2008 Heidi Weber le Corbusier— The Artist works from the Heidi weber Collection Heidi Weber (Ed.. 160 pp.2 cm.. 127 color. EUr 91.59 / GBP 88. 2004.00 978-3-7643-7219-4 English must-have publications for all le corbusier enthusiasts.00 / UsD 99.0 cm. 112 pp. 30. 31.00 978-3-7643-7225-5 German / English 29.90 / GBP 45.7 × 24. 84 color ills.
94 / GBP 27.95 978-3-7643-5512-8 french / German / English 2000. Arthur Rüegg (Eds) le corbusier’s modulor—a fundamental work in the history of architecture—as a beautiful facsimile edition. EUr 39.00 / UsD 49. 184 pp.0 × 16. 2001.00 / UsD 50. 49 drawings. 298 b/w ills.90 / GBP 36.00 978-3-7643-6187-7 french 978-3-7643-6188-4 English The villa known as maison Blanche is one of le corbusier’s early masterworks.90 / GBP 36. 2007... photographed.8 cm. 37 b/w ills. 23.26 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs Une petite maison The Modulor and 1923 Modulor 2 Le Corbusier Le Corbusier Maison Blanche— Charles-Edouard Jeanneret. 80 pp.00 / UsD 36. le Corbusier history and restoration of the villa Jeanneretperret 1912–2005 Klaus Spechtenhauser.. This book tells the story of the little house le corbusier built 1923 near vevey on the board of the lake of geneva for his mother.95 978-3-7643-7836-3 English 978-3-7643-7835-6 french .0 cm..8 × 15. Hardcover. softcover. 12. written.. 111 b/w ills. the building was restored by a specially formed association.0 cm. EUr 27. After standing empty for years.0 × 28. The practicability of these measures was carefully determined with a feasibility study conducted on the basis of reports and archival studies. EUr 44. 579 pp. 92 color.. Two softcover volumes in slipcase. 14. illustrated and designed by le corbusier.
from the first idea to the occupation of the homes. EUr 49.85 978-3-0346-0607-3 English . 276 drawings..A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 27 The Villas of le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret 1920–1930 Tim Benton le Corbusier and the Architectural Promenade Flora Samuel New This standard work reveals the design processes behind the icons of modernism. 2010.0 cm. and sheds light on the steps and contexts of daily work. like the villa stein-de monzie or the Villa Savoye. 224 pp. Hardcover.0 cm. 40 color. 50 drawings.95 978-3-7643-8406-7 English The “promenade architecturale” is a central element of le corbusier’s architectural and city . 140 b/w ills.0 × 29.90 / GBP 54.90 / GBP 45. it is the creation of a hierarchy among the architectural events. EUr 59.00 / UsD 69.planning designs.. and enables us to rediscover the architect le corbusier behind the myth.. a set of instructions for reading the work—the “internal circulatory system” of architecture.00 / UsD 89. 78 b/w ills. 23. 272 pp. Hardcover. it measures the concept of modern architecture against the built reality. 21..0 x 27. it is the sequence of images that unfolds before the eyes of the observer as he or she gradually advances through the structure. 2007.
95 978-3-7643-8232-2 English 978-3-7643-8233-9 french 978-3-7643-5760-3 German / Italian . 25 b/w ills. represents one of the central buildings of le corbusier’s late period. 35 b/w ills.00 / UsD 99. 33 drawings. 120 drawings. softcover.0 cm. in this volume.. 15 color. an icon of modern architecture.90 / GBP 15. the numerous excerpts.” 1996..90 / GBP 15. this book is indispensable both for a specialist audience and for tourists interested in architecture and modern art. and le The Chapel at Corbusier’s Home ronchamp Jacques Sbriglio Danièle Pauly le corbusier presented his work to the world in his lectures. 2008..28 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs The rhetoric of Modernism: le Corbusier as a lecturer Tim Benton Apartment Block le Corbusier: 24 N.. 12. EUr 59. 105 pp.0 × 22. EUr 19. and photographs that le corbusier produced are commented by one of the leading experts on the great architect.C.00 978-3-7643-8944-4 English The residence at 24 rue nungesser et coli in paris was built in 1931–34 by le corbusier and pierre Jeanneret.0 × 22.00 / UsD 24.0 × 27. 65 b/w ills.90 / GBP 54. 113 pp. The final third of the book reproduces five pivotal lectures. it was precisely this building which gave exemplary expression to le corbusier’s “cinq points de l’architecture moderne. 2009. softcover. 247 pp. preliminary notes. like all the guides in this series.00 / UsD 27. 20. Hardcover..0 cm. EUr 19.. 12.0 cm.95 978-3-7643-5432-9 french / English The pilgrimage church notredame-du-haut in ronchamp (1950–54). accompanying drawings.
. historic documents and new photographs provide an in-depth presentation both to visitors to the site and to interested readers at home.90 / GBP 15. established le corbusier’s and pierre Jeanneret’s reputation as an undisputed master of twentieth-century architecture. 244 pp.. completed in 1931. EUr 19.95 978-3-7643-8230-8 English 978-3-7643-8231-5 french A guide to the convent sainte marie de la Tourette near lyon: a masterpiece of modern ecclesiastical architecture. 136 pp. 20 color.00 / UsD 21.90 / GBP 18. 33 color.0 cm.. softcover.0 cm.95 978-3-7643-6298-0 french / English A compact monograph on the famous unité d’habitation in marseille.0 × 22. 2008. 34 color. 135 pp. the v villa savoye. in the successful series “guides le corbusier.0 × 22. 2001.00 / UsD 24..A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 29 le Corbusier: The Villa savoye Jacques Sbriglio le Corbusier: The Monastery of sainte Marie de la Tourette Philippe Potié le Corbusier: The Unité d’Habitation in Marseilles Jacques Sbriglio with its clear construction.. 12.90 / GBP 15. EUr 24. 72 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-6718-3 french / English . 12. 77 b/w ills. 12.0 cm. 81 b/w ills..0 × 22. softcover. a pioneering achievement in social housing.” 2004. in this guide. EUr 19. softcover.50 / UsD 27.
EUr 29.” his visionary but widely realized buildings have served as a source of inspiration for unusual designs. 159 pp.0 × 22. 22.. Hardcover.95 978-3-7643-8945-1 English Not available in North America and the United kingdom. 62 b/w ills. 18. 15 color.. 144 pp. 90 drawings. since the 1930s. documents all of Libeskind’s high-profile projects such as the Jewish museum in Berlin and the royal ontario museum in Toronto.. 12.00 / UsD 39.90 / GBP 27. EUr 44.90 / GBP 15.00 / UsD 21.95 978-3-7643-7485-3 English Author paul goldberger. 1997. 48 color ills.00 / UsD 59. EUr 19. . highly attractive object with exclusive graphic design.30 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs le Corbusier: The Villas la roche-Jeanneret Jacques Sbriglio Claude-Nicolas ledoux Architecture and utopia in the era of the French revolution Anthony Vidler Counterpoint: Daniel libeskind Paul Goldberger This guide describes the villa la roche as well as the villa Jeanneret. 350 color ills. 392 pp..8 cm. when he was rediscovered by emil kaufmann in the famous study “From ledoux to le corbusier. of international renown. 2006. seat of the Fondation le corbusier. 2009.5 × 25.95 978-3-7643-5433-6 English / french An exciting and accessible introduction to one of the most visionary and revolutionary precursors of modern architecture. Hardcover. softcover.0 cm...90 / GBP 36.0 × 25.0 cm.
24..00 / UsD 49. 10 b/w ills.0 cm. Cloth bound.5. 102 color. 233 color.0 × 27.. A pivotal role in his efforts is played by the restoration of surface and volume in the facade and the understanding of the building’s material properties 2008. 192 pp. 60 color..90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 86.0 × 31.95 978-3-7643-5975-1 English ..95 978-3-7643-6273-7 German / English The lausanne architects mann & capua mann have been active since 1991. 14 b/w ills.98 / GBP 54. EUr 55. EUr 39.0 × 29. 1999. 136 drawings.95 978-3-7643-8835-5 English A comprehensive monograph on the complete works of erich mendelsohn (1887–1953).90 / GBP 36. softcover.. the diversity of their light effects.7 cm. 1000 b/w ills.00 / UsD 79. Their structures are compelling thanks to the variety of their views. mäckler seeks to reconnect architecture with its premodern roots. and the expressive simplicity of their spatial effects. 144 pp. 22 drawings. 461 pp. EUr 49. 2008. 21. Cloth bound..A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 31 Christoph Mäckler The rematerialiGraeme Mann & sation of modern Patricia Capua Architecture Mann Christoph Mäckler Erich Mendelsohn— the Complete works Bruno Zevi With biographical notes by Louise Mendelsohn christoph mäckler’s architecture is distinguished by its reconciliation of tradition and modernity. the leading exponent of architectural expressionism. 24.
95 978-3-7643-8768-6 German / English . his work at the Bauhaus in the 1930s.0 cm. 224 pp... Hardcover.0 cm..90 / GBP 36. Ingeborg Flagge (Eds) nps tchoban voss From detail to urban space Falk Jaeger For architects and many others who are committed to the modernist tradition. with offices in hamburg. stimulating and attractively illustrated overview of the works of oscar niemeyer. 2007. it is rich in tradition and distinguished by a modern orientation that conditions the entire design process. his villa projects. EUr 55. 202 color. EUr 32... and dresden. 26 color.0 cm.. 22. 119 color. 43 b/w ills.0 × 28. 24. EUr 39. softcover.98 / GBP 54. 30 b/w ills. 2008. this book traces the multifaceted development of his work.95 978-3-7643-6992-7 German / English The architecture firm nps tchoban voss. 191 pp.00 / UsD 54.0 × 25. Berlin. is one of the few German firms with an international presence. 41 drawings. mies van der Rohe is a pivotal figure.62 / GBP 26. Founded in hamburg in 1931. underlining his relevance for contemporary architecture. scholarly essays and opulent photographs and plans. 19 drawings.95 978-3-7643-7960-5 English A concise. 41 b/w ills.32 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs ludwig Mies van der rohe Jean-Louis Cohen oscar Niemeyer A legend of modernism Paul Andreas. Hardcover. and his American projects of the postwar years. With in-depth. 22.5 × 31.00 / UsD 79.00 / UsD 34. including his first Berlin buildings. 2003. 76 drawings. 143 pp.
145 drawings. 27. 2010. Dust jacket. 2005. 240 pp. 100 pp. Zurich’s schiffbau arts complex. approx. This is the message the Austrian architectural firm seeks to convey with its buildings..1 cm Hardcover.95 978-3-7643-7154-8 German / English Frei otto. 119 drawings.0 × 30. EUr 49.95 978-3-0346-0430-7 English incorporating tradition means infusing a common identity with new dynamism. Complete works lightweight construction— natural design Winfried Nerdinger (Ed.00 / UsD 69.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 33 Dado Built and inhabited ortner & ortner by rudolf olgiati Buildings for and valerio olgiati european culture Selina Walder (Ed. 30 drawings.) Laurids Ortner (Ed. 2008.90 / GBP 70.00 / UsD 115.7 × 22.) This publication portrays the life and work of rudolf and v valerio olgiati using the example of the house and studio —that is. it shows personal furniture and objects. 159 b/w ills. Japanese binding.. in addition it contains an extensive and detailed catalogue of over 200 buildings and projects dating from the years 1951–2004. through the transformations they have undergone at the hands of their residents over a period of nearly eighty years.00 / UsD 69.. 24.. the individual layout and design of the spaces and hence the penchants and attitudes of the two architects. awarded the royal gold medal 2006 by the royal institute of British Architects.. 147 color. 40 color ills. EUr 89. prominent authors analyse and discuss the key aspects of Frei otto’s work. with vienna’s museum district. in this volume. 391 pp.0 cm.90 / GBP 45. 285 b/w ills. and the dresden public library. 30.2 x 35..00 978-3-7643-7231-6 English . this book focuses on three internationally significant cultural buildings.3 cm. EUr 55.) Topselle r frei otto. is one of germany’s most innovative architects in the second half of the 20th century.98 / GBP 54. approx.
EUr 27. British architect cedric price has been one of the most challenging and witty provocateurs in the field. 15. 208 pp..10 / GBP 26. Hardcover. 2010.. forcing us to cast a fresh eye on what architecture is.. softcover. 280 drawings. 257 drawings. 171 pp.95 978-3-7643-6636-0 English palmbout urban landscapes is now one of the leading urban planning offices in the netherlands. its approach is characterized by a constant search for a new relationThe most important works ship between urban planning. one of this century’s architecture. softcover.00 / UsD 61. planning. 50 b/w ills. 28 color. montreal) 2003. Patrick Keiller.34 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs re: CP Cedric Price With contributions by Arata Isozaki.50 / UsD 46.0 cm. have been gatha profile in terms of mutual ered together in a low-priced interactions between urban softcover edition.0 × 30.. 24. Hans Ulrich Obrist and Rem Koolhaas New Drawing the Ground— landscape Jean Prouvé— Urbanism Today Highlights The work of 1917–1944 palmbout urban Peter Sulzer landscapes With photographs by Erika SulzerWith an essay by Aaron Betsky Kleinemeier “For forty years.0 cm. EUr 49. from 1917–1944 of Jean architecture and landscape prouvé. 79 color ills. analysis and design of landscape and infrastructure.. palmbout urban most significant designers and landscapes has established constructors.90 / GBP 45. EUr 14.” (canadian centre for Architecture. 29.95 978-3-0346-0263-1 English 2002.0 x 24. 360 b/w ills.0 cm.00 / UsD 69. 120 color.95 978-3-7643-6695-7 English .90 / GBP 13. 192 pp.0 × 21.
Cloth bound. 334 pp. 24.00 / UsD 139.80 / GBP 88.80 / GBP 88.. 350 drawings. 58 color.0 cm.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 35 Volume 1: 1917–1933 Jean Prouvé— Complete works Peter Sulzer With photographs by Erika Sulzer-Kleinemeier Jean prouvé complete works— an invaluable standard work for architects.0 × 30. EUr 102.. 24.00 / UsD 139. 720 b/w ills. 136 color. 385 b/w ills..00 978-3-7643-6040-5 french / English Volume 2: 1934–1944 Jean prouvés work is a remarkable combination of creative imagination. 352 pp. 1999.00 978-3-7643-2435-3 french / English Volume 4: 1954–1984 The final volume of the Complete works. engineers and furniture designers. 24.85 978-3-7643-2472-8 french / English .00 / GBP 90.00 / GBP 90. Cloth bound. 24... 50 color..0 × 30.0 cm. 2008. EUr 102. 2005. 239 pp. 25 color. EUr 110. Cloth bound. 2000.0 × 30.00 978-3-7643-6002-3 french / English Volume 3: 1944–1954 The third volume in the complete works of the exceptional engineer.0 cm. 1000 b/w ills. eagerly awaited by specialized audiences.00 / UsD 149.00 / UsD 139.0 cm. EUr 110.. 384 pp. Cloth bound.. constructor and designer Jean prouvé.0 × 30. 381 b/w ills. 544 drawings. technical skill and enterpreneurial spirit.
The works considered range from the research facilities for Audi to residential buildings.3 .00 / UsD 62.0346 . 2010.0 × 28.98 / GBP 54. Hardcover. railroad station. 245 pp. approx. Oslo.95 978-3-7643-8836-2 English ...five structures and projects from rkw and looks behind the scenes in numerous interviews and essays. 300 color.00 / UsD 69.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 69. including cultural. urban office buildings and shopping centers.) In the last fifteen years. 313 pp. 22... 179 color. approx. 40 drawings.0 Polish Among the most notable achievements of scandinavian architecture are a responsible approach to the environment and a keen appreciation for social concerns. Hardcover. 2008.3 .0 cm. as well as the soccer stadium in gdansk.0481 . 185 drawings. the architects ignacio dahl rocha and Jacques richter have completed numerous projects.90 / GBP 45. EUr 49.0346 .36 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs New The Architecture of richter & Dahl rocha workmanship working philosophy and design practice Klaus . primarily in switzerland but also in germany. educational.00 978-3-7643-7599-7 English This documentation of the last ten years presents sixty .Dieter Weiss outline Architecture by schmidt hammer lassen schmidt hammer lassen k/s (Ed. Aarhus. 30 b/w ills. EUr 49.95 978 .0484 .0 cm. 69 color. 104 drawings. The danish architects schmidt hammer lassen (founded in 1986. and London) reflect these standards in their remarkable buildings.5 × 31. 24. 42 b/w ills.0 cm. 24.. with offices in Copenhagen. saudi Arabia. and residential buildings. Hardcover. 2008. 78 b/w ills.0 x 28..9 English 978 . hospital. EUr 55. The most important are presented here. 320 pp. in the only current monograph on the firm. schools. approx. and Argentina. administrative.
00 / GBP 58... France. 24. 50 b/w ills. china. a group of office and hotel towers in Beijing. 240 pp. EUr 59. with documentation focusing on their specific working and design methods. This is the monograph of his built work.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 37 form follows performance schulitz Architekten Helmut C.0 × 27. Schulitz Bernard Tschumi Gilles de Bure Valode & Pistre Architects Philip Jodidio with a clear analysis of the reasons behind the increasingly arbitrary character of design today. Hardcover. 125 drawings. 239 color ills.95 978-3-0346-0115-3 German / English Bernard Tschumi is a border crosser in the field of contemporary architecture. equally present in europe and the united states. EUr 55. 2008.0 × 28. it supports this position by presenting the projects of schulitz Architekten.00 978-3-7643-7200-2 English . projects presented include the renault Technocentre in guyancourt.00 / UsD 79. 400 drawings. EUr 65. he laid the cornerstone for his influential body of work two decades ago with a project that combines architecture and landscape architecture: the parc de la villette in paris. 22. 189 color. russia.. 239 pp. 110 drawings.0 cm.0 cm. Hardcover.00 / UsD 95.. “form follows performance” takes a position that points out design avenues in a convincing and future-oriented manner. 260 pp. Dust jacket. 2010.0 cm.5 × 25.00 / UsD 84. 19. and the hyatt hotel in ekaterinburg.98 / GBP 54..90 / GBP 54.. 28 b/w ills. 2006. 200 color.95 978-3-7643-8622-1 English This book contains detailed presentations of 16 projects by valode & pistre.
his clever and imaginative spatial creations are remarkable in economic as well as ecological and sociological terms.90 / GBP 27..0346 . Cloth bound.0585 .0 cm. EUr 29.3 french 978 .0 × 24.95 978-3-7643-7495-2 English 978-3-7643-8841-6 french . 2010. 14 b/w ills. EUr 29. peter Zumthor articulates what motivates him to design his buildings.95 978-3-7643-8646-7 English Architecture that is meant to have a sensuous connection to life calls for thinking that goes far beyond form and construction.00 / UsD 44. softcover. images of spaces and buildings that affect him are every bit as important as particular pieces of music or books that inspire him. peter Zumthor eter describes what he has in mind as he sets about creating the atmosphere of his houses.) Thinking Architecture Peter Zumthor 3rd..0 cm.0346 -0555 . 2008.90 / GBP 32.0346 . Cloth bound. which appeal to the visitor’s heart and mind in so many ways and possess a compelling and unmistakable presence and aura. 560 pp..0 × 24.. in his texts. 17. expanded edition New Atmospheres Architectural environments— surrounding objects Peter Zumthor gert wingårdh (b.3 .. The third edition has been expanded to include two new essays . 20 ills.00 / UsD 44. 295 color ills. 17.3 . 75 pp. 2006.00 / UsD 44. 14. 19 color. EUr 34. 1951) is sweden’s leading architect.0 x 23.90 / GBP 27.95 978 .38 ArCH I TECTUr E A rc h i T ecTs | B ui l d i n gs Gert wingårdh Thirty years of Architecture Mikael Nanfeldt (Ed. illustrated chapters framed as a process of self-observation. in color. This monograph analyzes the principal aspects of his work in seminal essays by renowned architecture critics.7 German in nine short.0 cm.0582 . 150 drawings.3 . 112 pp.4 English 978 .
.00 / UsD 54. 176 pp.90 / GBP 45. and interior design. 24.00 / UsD 79. 20 drawings.A rC H ITECTU rE Archi T ecTs | Bui l di ng s 39 Exploring Boundaries The Architecture of frank lloyd w wilkinson eyre wright Peter Davey.95 978-3-7643-8697-9 English “Architekten Profile 2010/2011” presents 110 selected architects from germany.. landscape architecture.0 × 28.90 / GBP 36. EUr 39... Austria.. 192 pp.0 cm. 10 b/w ills. 284 pp. Kurt W.64 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 69. daniel Treiber.0 × 30. Hardcover. founded in 1983. The author.0 × 25. Forster Daniel Treiber New Architekten Profile 2011/2012 Birkhäuser GmbH (Ed. 45 color.0 cm.0 cm. 22. 2007. Hardcover. 22.95 978-3-7643-7531-7 English Frank lloyd wright (1867–1959) exercised a shaping influence on architectural history throughout the world. has been drawing attention since the 1990s with its wealth of innovative and imaginative designs— notably its spectacular and structurally ambitious bridges. EUr 49. has produced a well-researched and thorough presentation that highlights the fundamental aspects of the American architect’s work that are relevant from a contemporary perspective. 2008. 53 drawings.. 120 color. 150 b/w ills. Hardcover. and switzerland together with their current works and trailblazing projects in architecture.) In cooperation with Baunetz The London architectural firm wilkinson eyre Architects. 2010. EUr 46. 600 color ills.95 978-3-0346-0621-7 German / English .
. 23. and material cycles.00 / UsD 89. Volker Auch-Schwelk. and characteristics. while also presenting material innovations.90 / GBP 80. 500 drawings..00 / UsD 169. with attention to their production.00 / GBP 108. 280 pp. Roland Krippner. EUr 120. Martin Zeumer In cooperation with DETAIL facade Construction Manual Thomas Herzog.40 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Construction Materials Manual Manfred Hegger. EUr 120.95 978-3-7643-8830-0 English “Facade construction manual” provides a systematic survey of contemporary expertise in the application of new materials and energy-efficient technologies in facade design. EUr 120. 11 b/w ills. surfaces.00 / GBP 108.7 cm. treatment. 385 color. 36 b/w ills. Thomas Stark.00 978-3-7643-7570-6 English An indispensable planning aid for energy-efficient and sustainable construction..00 978-3-7643-8764-8 English softcover. as well as the most important materials. 278 drawings. Dust jacket.. Hardcover. 320 pp. including life-span. Dust jacket. 150 b/w ills. 23. Matthias Fuchs. 2008. Thorsten Rosenkranz In cooperation with DETAIL Energy Manual sustainable Architecture Manfred Hegger.7 cm. EUr 89. 23. following the proven model of earlier manuals in the series. and documents a diversity of construction forms for a wide range of building types. it surveys the facade design requirements made by various types of buildings. environmental impact. 280 pp.7 cm.0 × 29. 2004. 2006.00 / UsD 145.. 720 drawings.00 978-3-7643-7109-8 English . connections. 390 color.00 / GBP 108.00 / UsD 145. All of the principal conventional and innovative construction materials are documented.0 × 29. Werner Lang In cooperation with DETAIL The manual addresses fundamental questions of sustainability. 471 color. from natural stone through to synthetics..0 × 29. Matthias Fuchs.
90 / GBP 80.7 cm. 23. Gerald Staib. and practical planning aid and reference work with the relevant standards.00 / UsD 149.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 41 flat roof Construction Manual Roofing Systems.00 / UsD 135. 280 pp.00 / GBP 108. New Interiors Construction Manual integrated planning. the “Flat roof construction manual” also supplies an overview of the use and construction types as well as the standard assemblies for flat roofs.. Hardcover. 23. In cooperation with DETAIL 2nd revised and expanded edition.00 978-3-0346-0284-6 English . Hartwig Künzel.00 978 ..00 / UsD 169. Hardcover. 1100 b/w ills. Eberhard Schunck Glass Construction Manual Christian Schittich. interior construction systems and openings.90 978-3-0346-0282-2 English softcover. remodeling and rebuilding interiors. 600 drawings. Technical services Gerhard Hausladen. 2010. Matthias Schuler et al. 238 color. approx. guidelines.0658-5 English in compact and appealing form..0 × 29. 400 color.00 978-3-7643-8122-6 English softcover.90 / GBP 90. the completely revised “glass construction manual” presents the current state of the art on planning and building with glass.3 . Hardcover. 120 color. from the history through the technical foundations all the way to the most innovative applications. 352 pp. fire protection. Together with the most important standards and bodies of regulations.00 / GBP 108.0 x 29. Rainer Barthel.. Finishings and Fittingout. construction drawings of the principal connection points round out the volume.00 / UsD 149.7 cm.00 978-3-7643-8290-2 English A comprehensive manual on renovating. it contains the key fundamentals of building physics. 102 b/w ills.7 cm. EUr 99. 23. 2010. supporting structure.0 x 29. EUr 120. all illustrated by built example projects. EUr 89. Dieter Balkow. Karsten Tichelmann in addition to providing the planner with basic rules of construction and design. EUr 120. EUr 89. 1000 drawings. reference details and constructional solutions. 50 b/w ills. refurbishment Klaus Sedlbauer.90 / GBP 80.00 / UsD 130. 200 pp.0346 . 2007.
Rainer Fisch. 2004. slate. it offers concrete tips pitched roofs. Florian Musso et al.00 978-3-7643-7025-1 English . 1800 drawings.90 / GBP 72. fibrous cement. Roland Eberhard Schunck..7 cm.00 detail. concrete. tile.0 × 29. transport and montage are also documented.00 978-3-7643-6986-6 English This manual is a comprehensive and indispensable reference work in the specialist literature on timber.. Harald Krause. membranes. bitumen.0 × 29.. methods 1800 plans and 220 photoof building analysis. and topics such as new methods of joining. 48 b/w ills. 23.7 cm. Michael Volz et al.. EUr 120. Rainer Barthel.7 cm. Julius Natterer. metal. 2009. 400 color. 978-3-7643-9946-7 English softcover EUr 89. In cooperation with DETAIL Timber roof Construction Construction Manual Manual pitched roofs Thomas Herzog. Hardcover.00 / GBP 108. glass. 448 pp.00 / GBP 108.90 / GBP 80. In cooperation with DETAIL New revised and expanded edition The “refurbishment manual” The “roof construction manual” constitutes a practical planning is a comprehensive reference aid on the subject of refurbishwork on the construction of ment.00 / UsD 99. 1100 b/w ills. Kurt Kießl In cooperation with DETAIL Schweitzer. 23. materials are documented in EUr 120. 4000 drawings. 272 pp. built projects as examples. Hardcover.00 978-3-7643-9947-4 English 2003.00 / UsD 169. 108 color.0 × 29. and cost graphs. 630 b/w ills. containing over on planning steps. 179 color. wood. EUr 79. Thirteen fundamental benchmarks.00 / UsD 145.00 / UsD 140. as well as clear roof types and the relevant maconstructional solutions with terials including thatch. and synthetic 23. 375 pp.. Timber as a load-bearing material is considered.42 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als refurbishment Manual Georg Giebeler.. Hardcover. chapters cover the significance of timber with particular reference to ecology is also investigated. Hans Jochen Oster.
.0 × 29. 156 drawings. 28 b/w ills. 176 pp. 2006. EUr 69.95 978-3-7643-1120-9 English 978-3-7643-7637-6 french 978-3-7643-7638-3 Italian 978-3-7643-7639-0 spanish .00 / UsD 59. 184 color. 23.. from the reuse of a gothic monastery or the former industrial buildings of Fiat lingotto to the renovation of structures made of pre-cast concrete panels.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 43 In Detail: Building simply Christian Schittich (Ed. highlighting successful and innovative solutions. EUr 44.) In cooperation with DETAIL In Detail: Building skins Christian Schittich (Ed. Hardcover. through ecological and energy-related aspects.) In cooperation with DETAIL “ “in detail: Building simply” demonstrates the breadth and complexity of the issues involved in building simply. 175 drawings. EUr 69. 176 pp. Hardcover... Hardcover.90 / GBP 63. 141 color. from functional and economic demands.. 185 drawings. 198 pp.7 cm. 23.00 / UsD 84.00 / UsD 84. to design and construction requirements. 78 b/w ills. new design Christian Schittich (Ed. extensions. 23.90 / GBP 63. 2005.) In cooperation with DETAIL In Detail: Building in Existing fabric refurbishment. 123 color. 23 b/w ills.0 cm.7 cm.0 × 29.90 / GBP 40.95 978-3-7643-7271-2 English This volume focuses on the wide-ranging aspects of facade design. A wide array of carefully selected international examples show the theory in the practice.0 × 30. 2003. from the selection and use of materials to the advanced technical possibilities now open to the architect..95 978-3-7643-7640-6 English This publication examines a wide range of unconventional concepts for reusing existing buildings.
. 144 color.95 978-3-7643-8810-2 English . 23.) In cooperation with DETAIL In Detail: Interior spaces space. 146 color ills.. lighting and color in creating ambiance.. 176 pp. 205 drawings.) In cooperation with DETAIL This volume focuses on projects otherwise overshadowed by the spectacular and extravagant buildings that fill the specialist journals: unvarnished. Hardcover. light..0 × 29. Technology.. 69 b/w ills.00 / UsD 84. 23. EUr 44. They exemplify how. 15 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-6630-8 English 978-3-7643-7148-7 french 978-3-7643-7147-0 Italian 978-3-7643-7146-3 spanish Architecture is defined by its materials and surfaces.. not infrequently. EUr 69. implementation Christian Schittich (Ed. 176 pp. 2008. 2008. EUr 69.95 978-3-7643-8393-0 English This bestselling “in detail” volume examines the use of materials.7 cm. and by what measures. 175 pp. materials Christian Schittich (Ed. “in detail: interior surfaces and materials” provides detailed and specific information on the use of appropriate materials in interior design.7 cm.) In cooperation with DETAIL In Detail: Interior surfaces and Materials Aesthetics.0 × 29. cost-effective planning and building are possible.90 / GBP 63.00 / UsD 59. unpretentious buildings that. 23. 2002. 146 color.0 × 29.90 / GBP 63. 157 drawings. despite tight budgets. are clearly worked out to the last detail.44 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als In Detail: Cost-Effective Building economic concepts and constructions Christian Schittich (Ed.90 / GBP 40. Dust jacket.7 cm. it is their look and feel that determine whether a project succeeds or fails. Dust jacket.00 / UsD 84. 274 drawings.
00 / UsD 49.. 98 color. The book includes an overview of planning fundamentals as well as the associated body of rules and regulations.0 x 29.00 / UsD 59.90 / GBP 36. 130 drawings.7 cm Hardcover. 148 drawings. 23. Architecture strategies. 47 b/w ills..0 × 29. 176 pp. Christine Degenhart. softcover. 5 b/w ills.3 . visions.95 978-3-7643-0747-9 English This volume provides expert planners and architects but also interested developers with practical knowledge on the subject of acoustics in highrise architecture.7 cm.95 978 . 112 pp.00 / UsD 49. softcover approx.0 × 29. it shows how corresponding requirements can be turned into aesthetically distinguished architecture. 21.) In cooperation with DETAIL Eckard Mommertz In cooperation with DETAIL Barrier-free Design principles.9 English ... 21. 2009. planning. 112 pp. 2010.90 / GBP 40. planning..ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 45 New Acoustics and sound Insulation In Detail: solar principles. 2003. EUr 39.0346 . 90 color. 80 b/w ills.. EUr 39. Johann Ebe Advanced new technologies and sophisticated planning systems for architecture beyond the age of fossile fuels.90 / GBP 36. EUr 44. 70 color.Free design” provides all planners and architects with basic practical information and a range of possible planning implementations in the domain of barrier freedom. examples concepts Christian Schittich (Ed.0577 .7 cm. beginning with standards on methods of planning and prognosis and moving on to the areas of acoustics of rooms and architecture and noise protection in urban planning. examples Oliver Heiss. approx.95 978-3-7643-9953-5 English “Barrier .
principles. Christine Peter In cooperation with DETAIL Building with steel details. They fulfil all the construction requirements even in singlelayer outside walls. 4 b/w ills.50 / GBP 36.00 / UsD 49. 21. 85 color. softcover. 118 pp..0 × 29..90 / GBP 36. goal-oriented reading and implementation. softcover. examples Theodor Hugues. 2004. 2007. case study projects exemplify common norm details using large-scale drawings. 2006.46 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Building with large Clay Blocks details. Klaus Greilich. 21. 44 b/w ills.. 154 drawings.) In cooperation with DETAIL in modern masonry work it is customary to use large size blocks in building. products. 112 pp. EUr 39. examples Martin Peck (Ed.95 978-3-7643-8386-2 English This book provides the basic information needed to work with the concrete. using two houses as examples all details are presented clearly and comprehensively in a scale of 1:10.7 cm. with special attention to the architect’s role in planning and construction management. 72 color. 21. EUr 39. EUr 39. Anette Hochberg In cooperation with DETAIL Concrete Design construction. 110 pp. 15 color. 127 drawings. with firsthand reports by architects in the field. Peter Ackermann.. softcover.. 28 drawings.7 cm.7 cm. The fundamentals of planning load-bearing structures provide design and planning help.0 × 29.95 978-3-7643-7631-4 English . 40 b/w ills.0 × 29. examples Alexander Reichel. Alexander Hentschel..00 / UsD 59.95 978-3-7643-7111-1 English A handbook for quick.50 / GBP 36. it describes current trends in concrete technology and the development of innovative new types of concrete.00 / UsD 59.
112 pp.00 / UsD 59. softcover. costs.0 × 29. Jochen Pfau In cooperation with DETAIL Johann Weber In cooperation with DETAIL Energy-Efficiency Upgrades principles.. 2005. Christina Schulz. and floor and their applications. softcover.00 / UsD 49.00 / UsD 49. All energy-related issues are treated according to their goals.90 / GBP 36.95 978-3-7643-7273-6 English A practical guide with concrete recommendations for realizing energy-related renovation measures. and particular attention is paid to the joints and specific related problems. details. 167 drawings. EUr 39. Friedemann Zeitler In cooperation with DETAIL “ “detail practice: dry construction” provides an overview of the most widely used dry construction systems. 2009. 21.0 × 29.. 242 color. Karsten Tichelmann. details..50 / GBP 36. examples Clemens Richarz.7 cm. principles. 2 b/w ills. and the charts now include a selection of the 80 most sought after european stone types. 134 pp. organized according to the building components wall.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 47 Dressed stone Dry Construction Types of stone. An overview of installation engineering measures helps to evaluate possibilities.7 cm. 21. EUr 39.. softcover. The uses of dressed stone are shown in detailed drawings on a scale of 1:10. 15 b/w ills. Ludwig Steiger. 21. 112 pp. large-scale detail drawings document constructive solutions for removing structural weaknesses. 2007. EUr 39. details..0 × 29. 242 color.95 978-3-7643-8121-9 English . 11 color. 2 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-8808-9 English This international edition has been extended to incorporate a chapter on facade techniques in the construction section.7 cm. 133 drawings. ceiling. and economic viability. examples examples Theodor Hugues. 133 drawings..90 / GBP 36.
0 × 29. Kristina Härth In cooperation with DETAIL Insulating Materials principles.90 / GBP 36. 21. softcover. Martin Spitzner.95 978-3-7643-7493-8 English . EUr 39. implementation.48 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Glass in Building principles. 99 drawings.90 / GBP 36. as well as als they contain as well as their on the building and planning typical attributes. 100 drawings. Alexander Rudolphi In cooperation with DETAIL lighting Design principles.50 / GBP 36. Applications. case studies Ulrike Brandi Licht In cooperation with DETAIL 2nd enlarged edition “glass in Building” offers a com. 2006. this volume provides an introduction to the most important aspects of natural and artificial lighting design. materials. 112 pp. into account when constructing 2008. 93 color. Applications Margit Pfundstein. 112 pp. 7 b/w ills. in addition to straightforward planning rules it also introduces and explains current natural and artificial lighting systems. 64 color. 21. Stefan Unnewehr.7 cm..00 / UsD 46. areas of apregulations that must be taken plication. 2009. Roland Gellert..95 978-3-7643-8654-2 English Assembled by experienced authors and experts from the worlds of practice and teaching. Silke Tasche. 21. 112 pp.7 cm. and delivery forms.“detail practice: insulating mapact and illustrated overview of terials” offers a comprehensive the material-appropriate use catalogue of insulating materiof glass in building construcals for use in construction.00 / UsD 49. with glass. 8 b/w ills. EUr 39... softcover.. EUr 39. tion and provides information notes on the individual types on designing with glass and of insulating materials provide producing and using specialinformation on the raw materiized glass products. softcover.95 978-3-0346-0132-0 English 103 drawings.0 × 29.7 cm.00 / UsD 49.0 × 29. 70 color ills. examples Bernhard Weller..
This volume uses international and additional sources and examples to present innovadirectories point the way for tive solutions on this theme. a glossary. 21.. 21. colors.50 / GBP 36. 240 color ills. ter on building law.90 / GBP 36.) In cooperation with DETAIL An illustrated guide to the tech.plastering. softcover. The chap. products. softcover. stretched paper.makes.00 / UsD 59. 21. deal aspects of integrating solar termine the impression a room plants into buildings. softcover EUr 39. design. impeccably realexpert authors describe and ized example projects round out define the essential principles. metals Frank Kaltenbach (Ed. EUr 39.. 29 b/w ills.7 cm. 2004. membranes and perforated metals. 110 color.0 x 29. 110 pp. 8 b/w ills. and coatings nical. their technical properties and applications. Stefan Unnewehr In cooperation with DETAIL Plaster. create light effects. further study. the book with demonstrations drawing attention to points to of the various options for inbe aware of. case studies Alexander Reichel. design.7 cm. finely-cut stone.00 / UsD 48..95 978-3-7643-7033-6 English . synthetic panels.7 cm. EUr 39. Christine Köpke In cooperation with DETAIL Translucent Materials glass.0 × 29. construction Bernhard Weller. 65 drawings. and facades. 112 pp.50 / GBP 36.0 × 29. 127 color..00 / UsD 59.95 978-3-7643-7110-4 English Traditionally.. These are now giving way to a new generation of innovative materials—composite glass. 112 pp. 2010.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 49 New Photovoltaics Technology. and construction. render. or stained glass were used to create mood and atmosphere.. An up-to-date survey of translucent materials. Paint and Coatings details. Sven Jakubetz. Anette Hochberg.help characterize surfaces.95 978-3-0346-0369-0 English 76 drawings. stalling photovoltaics on roofs 2004. Claudia Hemmerle. plastics. 130 drawings.
95 978-3-0346-0120-7 English This textbook on building demonstrates an integral approach which combines specialized technical knowledge with the lyrical beauty of the illustrated buildings. 1030 drawings. EUr 49.) 2nd.. EUr 49.90 / UsD 74. pinpoinT helps practitioners keep their focus on the essentials. 710 b/w ills. 2009..4 × 21.90 / GBP 45. step-by-step instructions and practical tips. in color 16. 288 pp.. Stephan Rutz Constructing Topseller Architecture materials.00 / UsD 119. 150 ills. and background information on cultural and historical aspects. structures Andrea Deplazes (Ed. softcover.7 cm.00 978-3-7643-8631-3 English 978-3-7643-8651-1 french .8 cm. makes it easy to put it into practice with the help of graphics. illustrates it with examples. 555 pp. 23. revised and expanded edition This manual presents the key aspects of sustainable building in clearly organized form. 2008.50 ArCH I TECTU r E c on sTru cT i on | m ATe ri Als Topselle r Pinpoint Bruno Keller.90 / GBP 39. softcover. processes.0 × 29.
176 pp. 2009. softcover. wall. of assembly or of insulation or protection against moisture can also influence the choice of a system. Jörg Sturm.0 cm. what criteria such as construction costs. 200 drawings. from the first design idea to the final details. EUr 44. 22.0 cm. Susanne Wartzeck Ne A practical handbook for the planning and construction of all forms of apertures and openings.90 / GBP 40. loggias. of energy efficiency.95 978-3-0346-0207-5 English . from doors to skylights. 150 color. 22.0 x 28..ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 51 scale: open | Close w windows. 150 color.. Joachim Raab w scale: Enclose | Build The Building envelope — Facade. Filters Jan-Henrik Hafke. approx. 50 b/w ills. 2010. softcover.95 978-3-7643-9961-0 English “enclose | Build” shows the conditions under which certain constructions can be employed and why.00 / UsD 64. 500 drawings.90 / GBP 40. 25 b/w ills. 176 pp.. roof Martin Krammer. EUr 44. approx. “enclose | Build” is an indispensable tool for every architect. approx.00 / UsD 64. issues of sustainability. doors. gates. ideal for quick and targeted consultation.0 × 28. Anette Hochberg.
and town . 150 color. topographical. installations Manfred Hegger.0 cm.3 . 22.0346 . approx. EUr 44. 2010.90 / GBP 40. principles..52 ArCH I TECTU r E c on sTru cT i on | m ATe ri Als scale: Heat | Cool energy concepts. 176 pp..95 978 . Joost Hartwig.planning framework conditions and to what extent additional installations are required for conditioning—all of these topics are discussed on the basis of case studies. Martin Keller New The book provides strategies for an energetically sensible and suitable approach to building conditioning as well as its design and constructional integration. softcover.0 x 28.0513 . 200 drawings. 25 b/w ills.00 / UsD 64.7 English . how much the building itself can achieve in the context of the given climatic. approx.
200 pp.95 978-3-0346-0081-1 English . access is a key concept in many other areas such as knowledge and education.90 / GBP 31.00 978-3-0346-0221-1 English The third edition of this book has been graphically redesigned as well as revised and expanded. 50 b/w ills.) ornament is currently acquiring a renewed status through the articulation of the architectural surface.90 / GBP 63.90 / UsD 59. including selected buildings by Toyo ito. city planning.0 x 33. and neighboring fields. 184 pp.0 cm. moreover. 1000 ills.. 20 in b/w. 2009. 22. EUr 65.00 / UsD 104. EUr 39.Topselle r The Articulate surface ornament and Technology in contemporary Architecture Ben Pell With contributions by Andreas Hild. This book deals with this world of access in architecture.0 cm. Foster and partners and Zaha hadid. EUr 69. 2010. healthcare etc. Winfried Heusler (Eds) Wolfgang Christ (Ed.. gehry partners.. in color. Hardcover. Hardcover. 630 pp. offering a means to explore the interactions between function and decoration. 50 drawings. 2010. volume and surface. 150 color. 26. richard meier & partners. 25.. in color. structure and envelope.00 / UsD 99. daniel libeskind. Hardcover. 180 ills. examining a range of international built examples. 50 drawings. with 220 new articles. This book gives a systematic account of the technologies employed in the production of ornament and the strategies of its application today. it brings together remarkable facade solutions and yields an overview of the technical possibilities of modern building envelopes. Hindrichs.5 x 24. Sam Jacob and Alejandro Zaera-Polo A rC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri Als 53 New façades Building envelopes Access for All for the 21st Approaches to the century Built environment Dirk U.5 cm.5 × 28.33 / GBP 63.95 978-3-7643-9959-7 German / English Access and accessibility are central themes in architecture and urbanism.
0525 .54 ArCH I TECTU r E c on sTru cT i on | m ATe ri Als old & New—Design Manual for revitalizing Existing Buildings Frank Peter Jäger ( Ed. including essays on technical aspects such as improving energy efficiency and working with contaminated building materials.00 / UsD 99. 100 drawings. 2010.0 English . EUr 69.90 / GBP 63. 250 color.3 . 192 pp. presented in this volume are everyday projects such as the revitalizing of structures from the 1950s to the 1970s but also more specialized examples..0 x 30.) New “old & new” provides a comprehensive overview of intelligent approaches for working with existing building stock. 23. 50 b/w ills.0346 ..0 cm.00 978 . Hardcover.
. 125 b/w ills. 358 drawings. open and closed systems. The systems are accompanied by detailed drawings and color photographs. Building Johannes Cramer.00 / UsD 109. 21. Markus Rosenthal In cooperation with DETAIL Components and Connections principles of construction Maarten Meijs. Hardcover. EUr 29.0 cm. roofs. design.0 × 29. 75 drawings.7 cm.90 / GBP 72. such as floor slabs.. 2009.95 978-3-7643-7752-6 English The volume “components and systems” offers an in-depth and clearly organized presentation of the various types of precast building components— from semifinished products to building with components. 231 color. 11 b/w ills. 239 pp. For example.90 / GBP 27. that may be organized in various ways..00 978-3-7643-8656-6 English every building is composed of parts. 2008. openings. 102 b/w ills. 17. EUr 79.00 / UsD 54. contradicting the conventional view that creative design work is the exclusive province of new building design. or components. and foundations. the authors offer a nuanced account of active and creative strategies for planning. Dust jacket. Stefan Breitling Components and systems Gerald Staib.0 cm. 221 pp..0 × 24. 125 drawings.90 / GBP 36. 23. 2007. Ulrich Knaack This book provides a comprehensive introduction to architecture in existing fabric.0 × 27. and execution. softcover. 261 color.95 978-3-7643-8669-6 English ..00 / UsD 44. EUr 39. are described.A rC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri Als 55 Architecture in Existing fabric planning.. there are different ways to configure walls so that they perform their functions in an efficient manner. 144 pp. The individual elements. Andreas Dörrhöfer. design.
softcover. 21.90 / GBP 27.00 / UsD 44. and control dynamic movements in buildings? 2010. EUr 69. Reinhard Hasselbach MoVE— Architecture in Motion—Dynamic Components and Elements Michael Schumacher.0 cm.. 24. 350 color ills. 140 drawings.. wood. 2011. 500 drawings. 2007. EUr 29. Marcel Bilow. concrete.90 / UsD 99. 21. 140 b/w ills. Thomas Auer Prefabricated systems principles of construction Ulrich Knaack. Sharon Chung-Klatte. many drawings show the principles of modular construction.0 × 29. it explains the processes of modular construction and the behavior of materials with this approach. 135 pp. EUr 29. office. The installation procedures are described for the most common materials—glass.0 cm. accommodate. softcover. Tillmann Klein.95 978-3-7643-7962-9 English This book provides an overview of prefabricated systems in housing.0 × 27. 240 pp.7 cm. numerous drawings made specially for the book explain the principles of the individual types of facade which are then illustrated with built examples.90 / GBP 27.. steel.00 / UsD 44.56 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als façades principles of construction Ulrich Knaack..90 / GBP 54. Michael-Marcus Vogt Topselle r This book demonstrates the principles of facade construction..00 978-3-7643-9986-3 English . guidelines are suggested for good detailing.0 × 27.. 140 drawings. Hardcover. a136 pp. while built examples forge a link to building practice. Oliver Schaeffer. and industrial buildings. and aluminum.95 978-3-7643-8747-1 English Architects and engineers are engaging more and more with the issue of movement in architecture: how can we control and reduce the energy requirement of buildings? how can we expand the range of possible uses? And how can we represent. 165 b/w ills.
0 × 24.0 cm. softcover.. 50 color.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 57 New Portable Architecture design and Technology Robert Kronenburg Digital Culture in Architecture An introduction for the design professions Antoine Picon New Tectonics Towards a new Theory of digital Architecture— 7th Feidad Award Yu-Tung Liu (Ed.0 cm. EUr 39. present context. 160 pp.5 x 24. The new possibilities opened up by digital simulation have led to an increasingly strategic approach to planning. EUr 39.) This book discusses the forerunforerun ners.90 / GBP 36. 80 drawings.00 / UsD 59.95 978-3-7643-8324-4 English Today’s explosive developments in digital technology have also affected architecture and the urban landscape. 23.90 / GBP 36. organized by areas of application.00 / UsD 54. 2009. Hardcover. and technology of portable architecture. softcover..90 / GBP 36. 110 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-8691-7 English . and offers a broad array of suggestions for practical design. 115 drawings. which was still inconceivable just a few years ago.. 224 pp... 50 drawings. 2008. EUr 39. 50 b/w ills.00 / UsD 54. 72 color.95 978-3-0346-0259-4 English 978-3-0346-0261-7 french The very latest state of the art in the field of digital design—an indispensable overview: once again this volume presents the projects awarded with the FeidAd Award and probes the innovative potential that digital media hold in store for designers.. 17. 320 color ills.0 cm.0 × 30. This volume provides a profound introduction to the important role of digital technologies in architectural design and related fields. 206 pp. it documents numerous international examples. 2010. 16.
7 cm. 280 pp. hovestadt’s institute for cAAd is one of the most important institutes working at the interface between architecture and information technology. 165 drawings.95 978-3-7643-9948-1 English “climate skin” offers concrete planning advice for architects and engineers who wish to exploit not only the architectural potential of facades but also their energy and climatecontrol possibilities. 74 drawings.90 / UsD 64.00 / UsD 59..0 cm. 23. 2009..0 cm.90 / GBP 36. 218 color.58 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Beyond the Grid— Architecture and Information Technology Applications of digital Architectonics Ludger Hovestadt Building Integrated Photovoltaics A handbook Simon Roberts. Nicolò Guariento Climateskin Building-skin concepts that can do more with less energy Gerhard Hausladen. EUr 59. Petra Liedl prof... 40 b/w ills. illustrated by numerous realized projects. 192 pp.0 × 29. Hardcover. EUr 41. 191 pp. 2009.95 978-3-7643-7725-0 English . 16. Hardcover. 100 color. Michael de Saldanha.90 / GBP 54.. 110 drawings.00 / UsD 79.. 21. softcover.95 978-3-0346-0096-5 German / English e essential pv know-how for architects: this handbook presents photovoltaic technologies and products. 20 b/w ills. and illustrates their application in new or existing buildings with numerous international casestudies.0 × 27. 2008.96 / GBP 32. This book presents practical and innovative strategies.5 × 24. 96 color ills. EUr 39.
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ClimateDesign solutions for Buildings that can do more with less Technology
Gerhard Hausladen, Michael de Saldanha, Petra Liedl, Christina Sager
Engineering for a finite Planet sustainable solutions by Buro happold
sustainable Design Towards a new ethic in Architecture and Town planning
Marie-Hélène Contal, Jana Revedin
how does the facade design of a building influence climate design? how can planners guarantee flexibility of usage, determine the technical strategy and select from available systems accordingly? This volume offers a comprehensive approach to energy efficient building design in addition to providing practical planning aids for a wide selection of building types.
2005. 200 pp., 216 color, 67 b/w ills., 264 drawings. 23.0 × 29.7 cm. Hardcover. EUr 34.90 / GBP 32.00 / UsD 79.95 978-3-7643-7244-6 English
The international, multidisciplinary engineering firm Buro happold has been active in sustainable and environmental engineering design for thirty years and has earned a reputation for expertise and excellence in this field. This book introduces the work of the firm, presenting selected projects with a wide range of constructional detail.
2009. 151 pp., 108 color, 46 b/w ills., 29 drawings. 23.0 × 29.7 cm. Hardcover. EUr 59.90 / GBP 54.00 / UsD 89.95 978-3-7643-7220-0 English
sustainability is pivotal to developing an architecture capable of meeting the challenges of the future. This book shows the work of international architects who have excelled in this area.
2009. 184 pp., 140 color, 60 b/w ills., 60 drawings. 23.0 × 28.0 cm. Hardcover. EUr 49.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 79.95 978-3-7643-9938-2 English
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Material Design informing Architecture by materiality
Thomas Schröpfer With contributions by James Carpenter, Sheila Kennedy, Liat Margolis, Toshiko Mori, Nader Tehrani, Peter Yeadon
New New 128 Colors A sample Book Plastics for Architects, in Architecture and Construction conservators and designers Stephan Engelsmann, Valerie Spalding,
Stefan Peters Katrin Trautwein
The approach of “material design” opens the way to an innovative use of materials in the design professions. Taking material qualities and properties such as texture, elasticity and transparency as a point of departure, the book describes a multitude of material operations, like folding and bending, carving and cutting, weaving and knitting, mirroring and screening.
2010. approx. 192 pp., 180 color, 20 b/w ills., 50 drawings. 23.0 x 30.0 cm. Hardcover approx. EUr 49.90 / approx. GBP 45.00 / approx. UsD 74.85 978-3-0346-0035-4 English
This systematic guide to the use of plastic in architecture more than ten years ago, the documents the constructional color chemist katrin Trautand aesthetic possibilities of wein established a company this material. in ten chapters, for manufacturing fine paints, it introduces the material and starting out from le corits specific characteristics, describes various types of plas- busier’s color palette. she now has more than 900 recipes tic and their relevance for the for paint from which she has building sector, and explains proposed—based on her work processing and manufacturwith architects, designers and ing techniques. A selection conservators—a selection of of international case studies 128 colors that produce pleasdemonstrates the broad range ant results on their own and of plastic in architecture. also combine well.
2010. 176 pp., 122 color, 40 b/w ills. , 86 drawings. 22.0 x 28.0 cm. Hardcover. EUr 49.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 74.85 978-3-0346-0322-5 English 978-3-0346-0670-7 french 2010. 296 pp., 128 full-page color samples, 19.5 x 27.5 cm. Hardcover with integrated spiral binding. EUr 69.90 / GBP 63.00 / UsD 104.85 978-3-0346-0317-1 English
A rC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri Als
The rauch House roger Boltshauser / Martin rauch
Otto Kapfinger, Axel Simon
martin rauch’s new residence in schlins (vorarlberg) built in collaboration with Zurich architect roger Boltshauser is a striking example of how an archaic building technique can be used in a contemporary manner. The book documents the development of this unique house made out of clay and provides practical knowledge on clay construction and its special ecological, organic, and aesthetic qualities.
2010. approx. 160 pp., approx. 200 color, 50 b/w ills., 100 drawings, 16.5 x 24.0 cm. softcover. EUr 59.90 / GBP 54.00 / UsD 74.85 978 - 3 - 0346 - 0109 - 2 English / German
straw is a renewable resource with excellent insulating properties. 22.. Friedemann Mahlke Nano Materials in Architecture. EUr 49. architects..90 / GBP 45. 84 color. 17.. Softcover with flaps. interior designers and designers will find an introduction to the functions and use of nano materials. 90 color. and even large-scale structures can be erected using timber framework filled with straw. its properties and physical characteristics are described in informed and knowledgeable detail. EUr 39.. interior Architecture and design Sylvia Leydecker now in a second edition: This handbook offers a practical systematic overview of the many uses of rammed earth and techniques for processing it. softcover. 192 pp.0 × 28.0 cm.0 × 24.95 978-3-7643-7171-5 English in this book.90 / GBP 18. 276 color. 2009. 43 b/w ills. 22. handson guide to building with straw.0 cm. 260 drawings.0 × 28.00 / UsD 56.0 cm. 236 b/w ills. 2005.00 / UsD 65.95 978-3-7643-7995-7 English . it is a cheap and easy-to-use option for self-builders. 129 b/w ills..90 / GBP 36. 208 pp. 2008.00 / UsD 54. EUr 19. in recent years there has been a renaissance in the use of straw as a building material.95 978-3-7643-8992-5 English This book is a practical.. 143 pp. Softcover with flaps.62 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Building with Earth design and Technology of a sustainable Architecture Gernot Minke Building with straw design and Technology of a sustainable Architecture Gernot Minke. specifically tailored to their needs and illustrated by numerous international project examples. 80 drawings.
.00 / UsD 59. These materials make it possible.0 × 24. 2007. to develop self-acting..0 × 30. kinetic “smart surfaces” is an inspirafacades and wallpaper that tion for everyone interested changes its color and pattern based on temperature and light. 17. color viscosity etc. 15 b/w ills. in the potential of innovative technologies for surfaces. for example. international projects.0 x 25.. 30 drawings. 191 pp. project examples explore in detail the specific characteristics of eTFe building skins in the areas of structural behavior. acoustics. 105 drawings. light transmission.0 cm.95 978-3-7643-8812-6 English This book is conceived as an in-depth introduction to the characteristics of eTFe and its applications in construction. 160 pp. 213 color. 2008. 246 color. 23. Interior Architecture and Design Axel Ritter smart surfaces and their Application in Architecture and Design Thorsten Klooster ETfE Technology and design Annette LeCuyer smart materials respond to stimuli such as light or temperature by changing their form. softcover. Hardcover. 46 b/w ills.. EUr 59. EUr 39.95 978-3-7643-8563-7 English .95 978-3-7643-7327-6 English 2009.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 63 smart Materials in Architecture. 184 pp..0 cm. fire engineering and environmental modification. 388 color. Hardcover..00 / UsD 79.00 / UsD 49. 27. 263 b/w ills.90 / GBP 32. EUr 34. insulation. ilThe book presents the funcfunc lustrating their applications tions and uses of about twenty and properties in numerous groups of smart materials.90 / GBP 36.90 / GBP 54.0 cm.
including detailed documentation of 24 inspired projects. 2005. 159 pp. Texture. EUr 34..00 / UsD 79. 160 pp. 23.. Hardcover.7 cm. 76 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-7470-9 English This book is the first to present a coherent guide to the planning and design of glass supporting frameworks. Hardcover.00 / UsD 79. 20 b/w ills. EUr 39. 150 color.95 978-3-7643-7150-0 English .95 978-3-7643-7608-6 English A survey of the very latest developments in precast concrete technology and building practice.90 / GBP 36..0 × 29.90 / GBP 32.. expression David Bennett A fascinating guide to building with transparent plastics. Hardcover. 21. The focus is on the pressure-resistant.. 23. EUr 59. 222 color. prominent international avant-garde architects such as shigeru Ban and herzog & de meuron frequently use transparent plastic for their structures. 325 drawings. Transparent plastic seems ephemeral and thus captures the spirit of the times. 2007.00 / UsD 89.0 × 30. self-supporting glass envelopes are vividly illustrated and systematically explained. The spatial and constructive forms of multifunctional. 2008.64 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Transparent Plastics design and Technology Simone Jeska Glass structures design and construction of self-supporting skins Jan Wurm The Art of Precast Concrete colour.7 cm. 255 pp. 87 b/w ills. 66 drawings.90 / GBP 54. 122 drawings.0 × 29. 490 color.0 cm. flat supporting element as a basic building block for broad supporting structures..
it also offers throughout the book are also strategies for minimizing the 30 attractive recent buildings.90 / GBP 45.0 × 28. 24. a leading country in the field of timber construction. Hardcover. with Forty. EUr 49. Adrian typical kinds of failure.00 / UsD 64. 112 drawings. 2006. 69 b/w ills. risk of damage. Franz this in mind. 310 b/w ills. Martin Moeller Jr.0 × 30.00 978-3-7643-8689-4 English . and pictures to show the current and forward-looking state of the technology as applied in switzerland. schematic drawings.00 / UsD 69.0 × 29. it systematically ulm.. 159 pp. 23. EUr 24..00 / UsD 99.. 2008. which illustrate and exemplify these developments. 55 color. 440 drawings. guy nordenson.ArC H ITECTU rE co nsT rucT i o n | mATeri A ls 65 liquid stone new Architecture in concrete Jean-Louis Cohen..0 cm. 303 color.87 978-3-7643-7483-9 English Not available in Australia and North and south America 2007. This work uses plans. 22.90 / GBP 23.. G. 89 b/w ills. Dust jacket. 50 drawings.. scattered architecture. softcover. and others shed light on analyzes cases of damage in specific aspects of this material contemporary international and its new forms.0 cm.90 / GBP 63. 248 pp. 319 pp.0 cm. EUr 69. (Eds) failed stone problems and solutions with concrete and masonry Patrick Loughran systems in Timber Engineering loadbearing structures and component layers Josef Kolb eight essays by noted authors This book explains how to avoid such as Antoine picon.95 978-3-7643-7329-0 English An indispensable standard work for everyone involved in building with wood. 219 color.
168 pp. Christoph GeissmarBrandi This publication examines the advances in timber construction engineering design and technology and illustrates these with exemplary applications. 56 drawings. 2008. 24..95 978-3-7643-7629-1 English .90 / GBP 23. EUr 29.95 978-3-7643-8636-8 English drawing on the author’s experience.0 × 28. 116 color. 19. 230 pp. EUr 49.00 / UsD 67. Hardcover.0 × 29.7 cm. Hardcover. 336 pp.95 978-3-7643-7163-0 English “illuminating” examines central aspects of light planning.0 cm. 292 color.and culturalhistorical context.. softcover.0 × 22.0 cm. 110 b/w ills. A handbook Ulrike Brandi. organized systematically and with a wealth of color illustrations. 30 drawings.. 93 drawings. 2007. and implementation plans. detail drawings. 118 b/w ills.90 / GBP 45. EUr 24. 2006. general characteristics and fundamental principles as well as subtle facets of an intelligent treatment of daylight are discussed and critically examined within an expanded architecture. 23.00 / UsD 39. the book addresses the technical and planning aspects of the task and provides important information on feasibility and possible financing models. it is an indispensable guide to successfully interacting with other planners and investors. 109 color ills. thus providing invaluable fundamental knowledge for construction engineers.66 ArCH I TECTUr E c on sT rucT i on | m ATe ri Als Developments in Timber Engineering The swiss contribution Anton Steurer Illuminating natural light in residential Architecture Michelle Corrodi. architects and carpenters. Klaus Spechtenhauser In cooperation with ETH Wohnforum light for Cities lighting design for urban spaces...00 / UsD 69..90 / GBP 27.
2004. some 70 international museum case studies exemplify solutions and emphasize specific museum design issues such as spatial organisation and arrangement. Hardcover. and presents and elucidates new artificial lighting systems and outdoor lamps with the help of examples.0 × 33. air-conditioning and climate technology are subjects treated in the first section of this design manual. traffic routes. EUr 49. some 70 designs are described and analysed. 127 pp..0 cm. 15 b/w ills. 24. 2004.00 / UsD 69..0 × 28.95 978-3-7643-6580-6 English . EUr 49. 420 drawings.90 / GBP 45. she articulates basic planning rules for the outdoor lighting of buildings.00 / UsD 69. 172 color.00 / UsD 69. floor plan.0 × 33.. 245 pp. 430 drawings. 24... 248 pp.ArC H ITECTU rE T ypes | FuncT i o ns 67 light Zone City light planning in the urban context Christa van Santen Industrial Buildings A design manual Jürgen Adam.95 978-3-7643-7522-5 English A systematic overview of design theory and practice in contemporary building for industry: A systematic section presents the typology. 27 drawings. the technical and logistical elements of industrial building.0 cm. Hardcover. Frank Jüttner Museum Buildings A design manual Paul von Naredi-Rainer in this book.0 cm. 2006. the author embodies her many years of experience as a practitioner and teacher of lighting design. Katharina Hausmann. and lighting. 318 b/w ills. Hardcover.90 / GBP 45. site development. 84 color. 252 b/w ills. and squares.90 / GBP 45. EUr 49.. 221 color.95 978-3-7643-2175-8 English history and form of museums. 24. in the subsequent section.
00 / UsD 69. climatic regulation.00 978-3-7643-8871-3 English 2002. Birgit M.0 × 33.68 ArCH I TECTUr E Typ es | F u n cTi on s Topselle r living for the Elderly A design manual Eckhard Feddersen. intelligent design solutions can push back the limits on housing and care. EUr 89. façade technology.95 978-3-7643-6650-6 English . 249 b/w ills. 246 b/w ills. 248 pp. 207 color. 264 pp... in favor of a comprehensive trend toward integrated forms of living. 2009.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 119. EUr 49. Insa Lüdtke Office Buildings A design manual Rainer Hascher. Thematic contributions by experts in various disciplines discuss topics such as models of work organisation. Hardcover. Quality living in old age is one of the important topics of our time.0 cm.. Simone Jeska. 224 drawings. 24.0 cm. Hardcover. lighting etc. 24. a section of examples provides building and living typologies. A third of the volume provides detailed expert information.90 / GBP 82. 380 drawings.0 × 33. 128 color. Klauck (Eds) with some 70 international examples the authors and editors show how the new issues facing architects can be resolved. This volume is a crucial standard work in the design of offices..
.0 × 33.90 / GBP 45..0 cm.. 110 color.00 / UsD 69.95 978-3-7643-8126-4 English Hardcover.00 978-3-7643-2174-1 English in a systematic section.. EUr 89. this design manual helps architects to grasp the underlying educational theories and how they can be realized in built form. 247 pp.90 / GBP 82. 24. so that the building fulfills its role as a 3-dimensional curriculum plan. this volume introduces the design.00 / UsD 119. Dieter Grömling sacred Buildings A design manual Rudolf Stegers schools and kindergartens A design manual Mark Dudek A handbook on planning and designing architecture for research and technology. in its project section. 232 b/w ills. nicholas grimshaw.0 × 33. it presents over 80 international case studies. EUr 89. softcover. 24.. it also presents about seventy realized structures from the last three decades. synagogues. 434 drawings.0 cm.0 × 33. 2008. Hardcover. 111 color.. 24. 2008. and nicholas grimshaw. and mosques.ArC H ITECTU rE T ypes | FuncT i o ns 69 research and Technology Buildings A design manual Hardo Braun. 255 pp. technical. 270 b/w ills. 238 pp.90 / GBP 82. 380 drawings. 212 color.0 cm.00 978-3-7643-6683-4 English As a new generation of educational environments are designed and built.90 / GBP 45. and planning fundamentals of building churches. 253 b/w ills.00 978-3-7643-7053-4 English . EUr 49. EUr 49.00 / UsD 129. herzog & de meuron. sauerbruch hutton. Hardcover. 2005. 459 drawings.00 / UsD 115. with 70 up-to-date international case studies of built works by architects such as Foster and partners.
telephone booths —small buildings shape our daily lives and occupy a definite place in the infrastructure of the city.90 / GBP 63. temporary structures. room modules Christian Schittich (Ed.7 cm. 23. 176 pp.95 978-3-7643-9955-9 English Building high-density housing is a diverse and challenging task for planners and architects.95 978-3-0346-0283-9 English From trade fair stands to museum concepts.... from the design of the floor plans. 150 color ills.95 978-3-7643-7113-5 English . this volume offers a detailed roadmap to practical success..90 / GBP 63. This volume spans the arc between architecture and product design and their successful realization is evident in the details of their construction. 2004. 176 pp.) In cooperation with DETAIL shelters.7 cm.0 × 29.) In cooperation with DETAIL In Detail: Exhibitions and Displays museum design concepts. There exist many potential ways to ensure the quality of everyday design hidden in these small necessities. construction Christian Schittich (Ed. 270 b/w ills.7 cm. the successful transfer of information to a wide public audience relies on effective staging and appropriate architectural design.00 / UsD 99. snack bars. EUr 69. planning. 23. kiosks. 2009.0 × 29. This book presents international projects which document the complexity of the task.90 / GBP 63.70 ArCH I TECTUr E Typ es | F u n cTi on s New In Detail: small structures compact dwellings.00 / UsD 84.0 x 29. bus stops. 150 color.. 174 pp. 2010.00 / UsD 84. 23. Trade show design Christian Schittich In cooperation with DETAIL In Detail: HighDensity Housing concepts. 212 drawings. Hardcover. EUr 69. Hardcover. EUr 69.. Hardcover. with extensively documented project examples organized by presentation or exhibition type. Brand presentation. 29 b/w ills. 270 drawings. the development and use of resources. to the use of economically beneficial building systems. 120 color.
95 978-3-7643-7277-4 English semi-detached and Terraced houses and ribbon developments constitute an affordable alternative to the single-family house.90 / GBP 63.7 cm.95 978-3-7643-8119-6 English Fully revised and expanded: in this book. EUr 69. 185 drawings. 179 color. 74 b/w ills. EUr 69. 15 international examples are presented. 2007. in closing.) Christian Schittich (Ed. 176 pp.) In cooperation with DETAIL In cooperation with DETAIL New enlarged edition In Detail: semiDetached and Terraced Houses Christian Schittich (Ed.0 × 29... 236 drawings.) In cooperation with DETAIL organized thematically. and presents them together with explanatory technical articles and examples of realized projects. 23.00 / UsD 84. this book highlights a variety of well-defined topics. in times of tight budgets and rising investment costs.0 × 29. 192 pp.ArC H ITECTU rE T ypes | FuncT i o ns 71 In Detail: Housing for People of All Ages In Detail: single flexible.. 63 b/w ills. reviewing the most important aspects of construction including the use of wood. unrestrict.90 / GBP 63.7 cm. steel.00 / UsD 84.00 / UsD 84. particularly in terms of their use of open space. Hardcover. 23. 23.7 cm. EUr 69. they represent a sensible alternative to the freestanding single-family house. especially for young families..family Houses ed. 2006. 133 color. brickwork and concrete which have all become established materials for this type of building.0 × 29. such as handicap-accessibility and flexibility of use. it provides addresses of information centers as well as sources of additional information. senior-friendly Christian Schittich (Ed. 176 pp.. 55 b/w ills.. 201 drawings.95 978-3-7643-7489-1 English . Dust jacket. 2005.90 / GBP 63. 127 color. Hardcover.
112 pp.95 978-3-7643-7840-0 English This book is devoted to the various types of row house. 120 pp. 51 b/w ills.0 × 28. EUr 29.00 / UsD 44. etc. 183 drawings. EUr 29. whose all-around orientation allows for the optimal arrangement of all dwellings.0 cm.0 × 28. terraces. A presentation of the courtyard as a building block of the city is followed by coverage of the complete spectrum of types—cluster. A general discussion of the row as organizing principle—the row as urban building block.95 978-3-0346-0073-6 English . 2009. block perimeter and infill sites..90 / GBP 27. The range of possible solutions is presented in uniform ground plans and sections newly drawn to scale.. 23. 2008. which utilizes the courtyard as an intimate outdoor living space. 2010. 128 pp. Per Brauneck row Houses A housing Typology Günter Pfeifer. EUr 29.95 978-3-7643-8610-8 English To develop existing building types in an intelligent way is a crucial task in residential building...90 / GBP 27. This volume deals with the types of freestanding houses.. 112 pp. The authors present them according to urban constellation: row. 23. softcover. 23. a particularly widespread form of residential structure. 212 drawings.00 / UsD 39.. 34 b/w ills.0 × 28. 23. 50 b/w ills. linear space. Per Brauneck This volume deals with the various types of the courtyard house.0 cm. softcover.00 / UsD 44. 48 b/w ills.72 ArCH I TECTUr E Typ es | F u n cTi on s New Courtyard Houses A housing Typology Günter Pfeifer. softcover. network.0 × 28. carpet. Per Brauneck freestanding Town Houses Houses A housing A housing Typology Typology Günter Pfeifer.0 cm.90 / GBP 27. Per Brauneck Günter Pfeifer.0 cm.95 978-3-7643-7838-7 English This volume of the series on residential buildings deals with the different types of the townhouse. softcover.. twin-row. 210 drawings.. 200 drawings. ways of handling corners—is followed by the systematic presentation of the different types.90 / GBP 27.00 / UsD 44. EUr 29. 2008.
and gaps between buildings to housing complexes in outlying urban areas.90 / GBP 63. 2011.00 978-3-0346-0087-3 English The book covers the entire broad spectrum of urban apartment block construction from towers. 320 color ills. row houses. 400 drawings. 424 pp. offering not only a broad range of sustainable approaches to apartment block construction. Access and Transparency in residential Buildings Ulrike Wietzorrek ( Ed. EUr 69. approx 350 color.planning structures enlarge upon the typological drawings... Topselle r w Housing+ Threshold. approx. and city . block structures.5 cm.5 cm. building.) Ne “Typology+” documents and analyzes roughly one hundred international housing structures.00 978 . diagrams of access. but also possibilities for using and transforming them in a practical planning context. The documentation of individual example projects is supplemented by more general essays on various topics.3 .0614 .00 / UsD 95. Hardcover. Markus Kuntscher et al.5 × 31. 200 drawings. Cloth bound.0346 . 432 pp.90 / GBP 63.. EUr 69. Roman Höllbacher. approx.1 English B U W LR I I IR ET Z KE K O H R ÄU R S EK ER ..5 x 31.00 / UsD 109.ArC H ITECTU rE T ypes | FuncT i o ns 73 Typology+ innovative housing construction Peter Ebner. 2010. 350 b/w ills. Eva Herrmann. 23. 23.
) “living in the Alps” presents intelligent ideas and approaches from selected residential developments and construction projects from europe’s eight Alpine countries..” 2004. EUr 29. impoverished urban and rural communities are a much-discussed topic. 25 drawings.) with E. in color.00 978-3-0346-0588-5 English Not available in the United states.0 x 34. Softcover with flaps.3 x 25.7 German / English / Italian sustainable interventions in underserved..90 / GBP 27. 428 pp.3 .00 / UsD 74.0542 .74 ArCH I TECTUr E Typ es | F u n cTi on s New small scale. 311 pp. one sees an expanded definition of sustainability encompassing larger social and economic issues. The work shown in this book expresses a belief in the social responsibility of architecture. Kuntscher Andres Lepik With an introduction by Barry Bergdoll Topselle r floor Plan Manual housing Friederike Schneider (Ed. 2010. 2010. approx. 218 b/w ills. 20. 90 b/w ills. 150 ills. Hardcover. 130 drawings. Hardcover EUr 55.00 / UsD 59.0 cm.0 cm. in these works. 25.0346 .95 978-3-7643-6985-9 German / English 978-3-7643-8235-3 french / Italian . 1100 drawings. 140 pp. 300 color.. 24.98 / GBP 52. M. EUr 46.. Canada and Mexico A classic updated and extended: the new edition of the highly successful “Floor plan manual: housing. Big Change New new Architectures of social living in the Alps engagement kunst Meran/o arte (Ed. Herrmann.0 x 29.. new photo essays produced especially for the volume show how the structures in question are actually used.95 978 .4 cm. it examines not just dwelling itself but also the integration of various functions. parks or housing—reveal an exciting change in the longstanding dialogue between architecture and ethics.64 / GBP 42. The projects—often schools.
it presents prouvé and Buckminster Fuller.0 cm. from its roots in possibilities that permit one to colonial cottages through the react to the special conditions of work of such figures as Jean locations by the sea. 24. 2008. ground-breaking built examples. including Tadao Ando..90 / GBP 45. architects such as kengo kuma..00 / UsD 125.0 × 28. exemplary design approaches to a group of full-scale houses taken by contemporary archifrom well-known contemporary tects.. history of prefabrication in constructional. in-depth presentation of advanced international housing concepts. holl. 247 pp.0 x 33.95 978-3-7643-8862-1 English Not available in North America 2008.0 × 28. 105 b/w ills.0 cm.. Peter Christensen living by the sea 25 international examples Christine Desmoulins A systematic. Hardcover. David Chipperfield.90 / GBP 54.. 130 drawings. 240 pp. 80 color. 500 drawings.0 cm. 24. Hardcover. Hardcover. and Steven oskar leo kaufmann et al. 125 drawings. 289 color. EUr 49.. 151 color. 159 pp.90 / GBP 32. 24. 8 b/w ills.00 / UsD 54. make living plans an indispensable reference work on modern housing. with more than 100 innovative.00 978-3-7643-2184-0 English “home delivery” traces the This book focuses on the design. documented in numerous floor plans and drawings produced exclusively for this book. and technical architecture. 220 b/w ills. 2005. EUr 34.00 978-3-7643-8695-5 English . EUr 59.ArC H ITECTU rE T ypes | FuncT i o ns 75 living Plans Home Delivery new concepts for Fabricating the Advanced housing modern dwelling Klaus-Peter Gast Barry Bergdoll.
90 / GBP 27. Hardcover EUr 59. 2009.76 ArCH I TECTUr E Typ es | F u n cTi on s New Building with New Approaches water to Housing for the concepts. softcover. all of the buildings are presented in texts and images and analyzed according to the same typological criteria. in addition.0 × 28. This and analyzed in terms of their book establishes a typology practical feasibility. 223 pp. 204 b/w ills. 160 pp. EUr 69. that 19. of building by the water and presents 22 projects.90 / GBP 63.. 296 pp.5 cm. Hardcover. selected by leading international architectural critics.) water has been an important noted authors consider the topic in architecture for years.0 × 32. second Half of design life Zoë Ryan With contributions by Dieter Grau.00 978-3-7643-8946-8 English . 35 drawings. 60 b/w ills. 290 color ills. Zeljka Carol Kekez and Chris Zevenbergen Andreas Huber (Ed. 2010. a lake or the sea.e.) In cooperation with ETH Wohnforum New forms of Collective Housing in Europe arc en rêve centre d’architecture (Ed.00 / UsD 44. realwaterfront is a prevalent trend.0 cm.. a river. Typology. 23. seriously grapple with the main EUr 29.90 / GBP 54..00 / UsD 89. 80 color. ized projects in switzerland Architecture also had to respand germany are presented ond to the threat of floods.0 x 30. according to their locations by 20 drawings.95 978-3-0346-0156-6 English This inventory of new forms of collective housing in europe documents forty-five built projects that can serve as models.. 24. 164 drawings.00 / UsD 109..95 criterion of the place—i.0 cm. organized 2008.. water 978-3-7643-8635-1 English —in a sustainable way. 64 color. various aspects of the second and the revitalization of the phase of life.
00 / UsD 39. This book contains detailed presentations of some sixty-five bridges from ten european countries. 2008...95 978-3-7643-7077-0 English Bridges have become a focus of increased attention and awareness in the last ten years as highly visible elements that define the urban and nonurban landscape. expanded edition This volume documents in full technical detail 25 timber buildings in three main areas: residential buildings. and types of construction. 386 b/w ills. An entire double page is devoted to each project. 265 color ills. budgets. living and working design. softcover. 24. EUr 29. 12. The individual projects cover a large spectrum of sizes. 264 pp.00 978-3-7643-8139-4 English in its third. concrete..90 / GBP 72. But it also attempts to trace the development that this vital architecture scene has experienced since 1980.. 255 pp. 2004.0 cm. 2008.00 / UsD 99.0 x 28. and steel.0 cm. 136 drawings. Mike Schlaich Architectural Guide Basel new Buildings in the Trinational city since 1980 Lutz Windhöfel 3rd. with text. and photographs taken especially for the volume. 136 drawings. and living and working. Hardcover. holiday homes.0 × 24. 156 color.90 / GBP 27.95 978-3-7643-8559-0 English .0 × 17.. history Dominique Gauzin-Müller Ursula Baus.ArC H ITECTU rE T ypes | FuncT i o ns 77 w wood Houses spaces for footbridges contemporary construction.. expanded edition— with 21 new projects (for a total of 117)—the “Architectural guide Basel” highlights the immediate present. Hardcover.0 cm. EUr 27.00 / UsD 44. 30.90 / GBP 23. 159 pp. comprehensive and detail plans. and they also show wood in combination with such materials as stone. EUr 79. 430 b/w ills.
. 40 drawings. with the publication of this reprint.98 / GBP 52. 23. this unique historical document.0559 .0531 . 2010. both natural and urban.. 15 b/w ills. 2010. and essays discussing some of the main challenges of norwegian architecture today. 442 b/w ills. The Architekturzentrum Wien (Ed.5 English .3 . is once again available. 3rd ed. in this book authors such as Bart lootsma. This volume brings together the works of the Ticino school.00 / UsD 79. including interviews with some of today’s central practitioners. e.90 / GBP 32.0346 .0 cm.90 / UsD 129. Joseph rykwert.78 ArCH I TECTUr E c i Ti es | reg i on s | urBA n i sm New Tendencies —recent Architecture in Ticino reprint. softcover. 950 color.) Austria 1956–1973 In cooperation with Arkitektur N.0 x 29. stanislaus von moos. 1084 pp. 950 b/w ills. 22.95 978 . and others analyze texts and images of this “Austrian phenomenon” situating it in the context of international architectural history.00 978-3-0346-0124-5 German / English “made in norway” presents a selection of the best of norwegian projects in one book. softcover. EUr 34.5 cm.0346 . Anthony vidler.02 / GBP 64. 166 pp.95 978 .) Austrian Made in Norway Phenomenon norwegian Architekture Architecture Today Avantgarde Ingerid Helsing Almaas ( Ed. softcover.. 200 color.00 / UsD 49. 144 pp. which has a permanent place in the teaching of design. the visionary designs of architects and artists garnered international attention.1 German enhanced and extended with Italian and English translation in the Austria of the 1960s.) Norwegian Review of Architecture New The work of the Ticino architects first captured international attention in 1975 on the occasion of the Zurich exhibition “Tendencies—recent Architecture in Ticino” and it did so virtually overnight. EUr 55.7 x 21.0 × 30.7 cm.. EUr 84.. 29. 2009. 1977 Martin Steinmann ( Ed.3 . demonstrating norwegian architects’ responses to a variety of different situations. snøhetta or sverre Fehn..g.
0 cm. 83 b/w ills. 21. 100 b/w ills. recently.0 × 28. Hardcover. 2010.00 / UsD 59. and presents a catalogue of sustainable strategies for city planning practice in the second and Third worlds.0 cm. EUr 39. the book considers outstanding projects that have prompted discussion and provided fresh impetus all across latin America.0 × 27. 90 b/w ills.. The discussion centers on the production and use of urban space under the conditions created by the conflict. 2006. palestinian. Dirk Hebel City of Collision Jerusalem and the principles of Conflict Urbanism Philipp Misselwitz. softcover. 120 color.0 cm.. and an extremely creative scene has developed.90 / GBP 36. 152 pp.... within this context.00 / UsD 59. 256 pp.A rC H ITECTU rE ciT i es | reg i o ns | urBAni sm 79 Cities of Change: Beyond Modernist Addis Ababa Transformation Masters strategies for contemporary urban Territories in Architecture in the 21st century latin America Felipe Hernández Marc Angélil. 23. 17. 391 pp. EUr 39.00 / UsD 50. Tim Rieniets (Eds) latin America has been an important place for architecture for many decades.90 / GBP 36. 39 drawings..00 978-3-7643-7482-2 English .95 978-3-7643-8769-3 English This manual analyzes contemporary urban phenomena in economic growth regions using the ethiopian capital city of Addis Ababa as an example.0 × 24. 9 color. EUr 39. 2010. 150 color.90 / GBP 36.95 978-3-0346-0090-3 English This book presents a thorough investigation of the current situation in Jerusalem from a trilateral perspective: israeli. architecture on the continent has continued to evolve. and international experts air their views. softcover. 90 drawings.
In its introduction.0346 . approx. .95 978 .00 / USD 49. book depicts the rise of modern 17.. 176 pp. 45 drawings. their spatial grammar. 120 b/w ills. Softcover.. 2010. 23. EUR 19. 2007.0 × 28.00 / USD 48.00 / USD 49. including Balkrishna Doshi and Charles 2004. the focus is not primarily on well .0 cm.. 17.known cities like Beijing. 71 b/w ills.0 cm. 128 pp.90 / GBP 36.80 AR CH I TECTURE C IT IES | REGI O N S | U RBA N I S M New The Urban Code of China Dieter Hassenpﬂug Learning from China The Tao of the City Carl Fingerhuth Modern Traditions Contemporary Architecture in India Klaus-Peter Gast In reading Chinese cities.95 architecture in India since 978-3-7643-6943-9 English independence in 1947.0 × 24.4 English The book describes the important tendencies of contemporary Indian architecture in Drawing on the wisdom of Taothematic chapters. each with ist philosophy. in short : their code. EUR 34.95 978-3-7643-7754-0 English . pendence generation. Hardcover. In addition to China” formulates a new and the new younger generation responsible approach to the of Indian architects.0 x 24. 215 pp. their syntax. as this volume attempts to do.3 . Correa. the 67 drawings.90 / GBP 22. 90 color ills. 87 color. Shanghai and Xi’an but rather on what it is that is essentially Chinese about the Chinese city —the features and hallmarks that all Chinese cities have more or less in common.. “Learning from built examples.0 cm. 88 color. EUR 39.0572 .90 / GBP 18. Softcover. it also challenge of caring for the conconsiders the first post-indetinuous transformation of cities.. approx.
Heike Mayer This handsomely designed catalog selects particular structures as examples for a technical analysis of building in the mountains. identities.0 cm.00 / UsD 59. 160 color.95 978-3-7643-8580-4 English . and sustainability. The authors of this volume show how small towns can meet the challenge of a globalized world..95 978-3-7643-8394-7 German / Italian / English Quartier ecoparc in neuchâtel creates a radical and innovative modern city-planning connection between the area surrounding the railroad station and the historic older city. 22. Hardcover. 8 drawings. and environmental Ecoparc Quarter innovation Bauart # 2 Bruno Marchand Paul L.) small Town sustainability Quartier Ecoparc / economic.0 cm.95 978-3-7643-9945-0 french / English small towns often play critical roles in regional economic systems. 2008.. programs. 17. social. EUr 34.00 / UsD 49. and strategies capable of effectively promoting local cultures..64 / GBP 42. 202 color ills. Bruno marchand documents and analyzes all aspects of this model neighborhood development. 23. softcover. 181 b/w ills.90 / GBP 32. 390 pp. 2009. with its special climatic and topographical conditions.90 / GBP 36. and they use case studies to introduce movements. 1 b/w ills. 48 color. which merits comparison with the best international examples.. traditions.0 × 24. 2009. 20 drawings.0 cm. EUr 39.A rC H ITECTU rE ciT i es | reg i o ns | urBAni sm 81 New Alpine Architecture Architecture prize 2006 Christoph Mayr Fingerle (Ed. 116 pp. 75 drawings. 192 pp. EUr 46.0 × 28. Knox. softcover..00 / UsD 69.0 × 28..
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Topselle r sustainable Architecture in Vorarlberg switzerland— energy concepts an Urban Portrait Roger Diener, Jacques Herzog, Marcel and construction Meili, Pierre de Meuron et al. systems ETH Studio Basel, Institut Stadt der
Ulrich Dangel Gegenwart
Town spaces contemporary interpretations in Traditional urbanism
The successful combination of a regional building style of sophisticated simplicity with sustainable construction methods has made the architecture of vorarlberg a model for the rest of the world. This book presents projects of various building types with a focus on energy strategy and construction. All drawings were specially prepared.
2010. 176 pp., 200 color, 100 b/w ills., 24.0 × 28.0 cm. Hardcover. EUr 59.90 / GBP 46.90 / UsD 89.95 978-3-0346-0119-1 English
Top swiss architects create a new urban topography for switzerland.
2005. 1015 pp. in 3 volumes, 163 color, 39 b/w ills., 522 drawings. 16.3 × 16.3 cm. softcover. EUr 49.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 60.00 978-3-7643-7284-2 English
softcover edition of the popular book on tradition-oriented town planning. Drawing on firsthand experience and examples from the work of the firm Krier Kohl, the book offers a detailed account of the path that leads from morphological conception through the various phases of the town-planning design process all the way to execution.
2008. 288 pp., 21 color, 38 b/w ills., 417 drawings. 24.0 × 28.0 cm. softcover. EUr 39.90 / GBP 36.00 / UsD 54.95 978-3-7643-7558-4 English
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Architecture: the Element of success Building strategies and Business objectives
Building Projects in China A manual for Architects and engineers
Bert Bielefeld, Lars-Phillip Rusch
Building Projects in the European Union Architectural export opportunities: A manual for Architects and engineers
Bert Bielefeld, Falk Würfele
“Architecture: the element of success” traces the many and varied points of contact between modern management and corporate architecture and demonstrates methods and approaches that businesses can use to give architectural expression to their philosophy.
2006. 179 pp., 80 color ills., 20.0 × 23.5 cm. Hardcover. EUr 49.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 65.00 978-3-7643-7465-5 English
“Building projects in china” is This is the first book to provide the first publication on the book a comprehensive overview of market to give a comprehensive the activities of architects and overview of the planning acengineers outside their own tivities of foreign architects in countries: a practical handbook china. This practical handbook which investigates fundamenoutlines legal framework condi- tal aspects such as acquisition, tions, introduces the chinese implementation, economic vibuilding market, and gives ability and the legal framework practical descriptions of the of overseas commissions. execution of projects on site.
2006. 256 pp., 61 b/w ills., 27 drawings. 17.0 × 24.0 cm. softcover. EUr 19.90 / GBP 18.00 / UsD 54.95 978-3-7643-7416-7 English 2005. 186 pp., 8 b/w ills., 55 drawings. 17.0 × 24.0 cm. softcover. EUr 19.90 / GBP 18.00 / UsD 54.95 978-3-7643-7243-9 English
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Marc Angélil, Dirk Hebel
The force Is in the Mind The making of Architecture
Tools for Ideas introduction to Architectural design
A manual that conveys the fundamentals of architectonic design while also providing a novel didactic approach to the presentation of course material: individual design steps are illustrated by student projects.
2009. 687 pp., 300 color ills., 100 drawings. 17.0 × 23.5 cm. softcover. EUr 39.90 / GBP 36.00 / UsD 54.95 978-3-7643-8832-4 English Hardcover. EUr 64.90 / GBP 58.00 978-3-7643-8919-2 English
how and where is architecture created today? where do architects find their inspiration? what design tools do they use? This book offers a behind-thescenes look at twenty high-profile international architecture firms and provides authentic glimpses of the architects’ individual creative worlds.
2009. 188 pp., 225 color, 50 b/w ills., 19.5 × 24.0 cm. softcover. EUr 34.90 / GBP 32.00 / UsD 49.95 978-3-7643-8980-2 English
This introductory presentation describes and analyzes the theories, strategies, and tools of creative design for the purposes of practical work. with thoughtfulness and expertise, it opens the reader’s eyes to the processes that underlie design and demonstrates different ways of communicating about complex design work.
2007. 255 pp., 50 b/w ills., 50 drawings. 17.0 × 24.0 cm. softcover. EUr 29.90 / GBP 27.00 / UsD 39.95 978-3-7643-7577-5 English
and offers tips and advice on doing work of one’s own. EUr 12.A rC H IT ECT U rE sTudi es | p ro Fessi o nAl prAcTi ce 85 Basics series 2007–2010.90 / GBP 45. All these issues are covered by this selection from our successful “Basics” series. 419 pp. 15. many color ills.) Basics Architectural Photography Michael Heinrich “Basics Architectural photography” explains the key principles of photography. 2009. softcover.0 cm.5 × 22. EUr 49.. site management and scheduling. 80 pp. which also includes the bestseller “Basics Architectural photography”. 978-3-7643-8666-5 English like in the building trade. approx. image analysis and photo editing.50 / UsD 69.95 978-3-0346-0178-8 English .00 / UsD 16. a beginner transitioning from university to an architecture firm needs to know about tendering.90 / GBP 12. project planning.50 Basics Career start set Bert Bielefeld (Ed.
fundamental ways to get the requirements when using a This volume explains the princi.creative process moving and develop a design approach. able path to using the computer focuses on the three elements of place. Sebastian El khouli “design ideas” offers students “Basics Barrier-free planning” computer-aided design (cAd) improves our understanding is the rendering of architectural a variety of different ways to go about finding a design soluof the needs of people with drawings using the computer. disabilities. it building. children. and function. in addition to suggesting elderly. The book presents ples and fundamentals of cAd possibilities for designing and provides the student with a also proposes various sources of inspiration for design ideas. it t buildings and their spaces so simple and easily understandthey can be used by everyone. 978-3-7643-8112-7 English 978-3-7643-8111-0 french . form. all of whom have special in almost all architectural firms. 978-3-7643-8959-8 English which can sometimes consti978-3-7643-8109-7 English tute immediate springboards 978-3-7643-8108-0 french for concrete designs. and the which today plays a central role tion. as a tool and medium. Rahel Züger Basics CAD Jan Krebs Basics Design Ideas Bert Bielefeld.86 ArCH I TECTUr E sTu d i es | pro F es si o n Al pr AcT i c e Basics Barrier-free Planning Isabella Skiba.
978-3-7643-8851-5 English 978-3-7643-8852-2 french . such as doors. 978-3-7643-8463-0 English 978-3-7643-8464-7 french This volume deals with the various forms of opening. Florian Musso Architects often employ design methods to help them find more creative forms. These methods make it possible to break free of the traditional canon of forms and established paradigms. 978-3-7643-7647-5 English 978-3-7643-7953-7 french glass construction is one of the most varied and innovative areas of structural design. This volume will equip readers with knowledge of the most important factors that must be considered when designing and planning with water. which also varies according to function. windows.A rC H IT ECT U rE sTudi es | p ro Fessi o nAl prAcTi ce 87 Basics Design Methods Kari Jormakka Basics Designing with water Axel Lohrer Basics facade Apertures Roland Krippner. ventilation elements. 978-3-7643-8466-1 English 978-3-7643-8467-8 french Basics Designing with Plants Regine Ellen Wöhrle. This volume helps to build an understanding of the construction material and its possible applications. 978-3-7643-8662-7 English 978-3-7643-8661-0 french Basics Design and living Jan Krebs plants are living building material. special attention is given to the subject of edges. and their materialization. Diane Navratil water is a special design element in landscape architecture. 978-3-7643-8659-7 English 978-3-7643-8658-0 french residential buildings are normally the first design projects encountered by the student in his or her training. The focus at this point is on the different conceptual possibilities that allow one to take the first step toward an actual idea. and fixed glass panes. Hans-Jörg Wöhrle Basics Glass Construction Andreas Achilles. “Basics designing with plants” will equip readers with a systematic overview of design principles for the use of plants and their application in the design process. changing in the course of the seasons and the years. This volume focuses in depth on the design methods that have decisively shaped current architectural practice.
978-3-7643-7645-1 English 978-3-7643-7955-1 french roof structures are often treated in connection with masonry construction in the student’s first designs. 978-3-7643-8107-3 English 978-3-7643-8106-6 french This volume explains the individual planning steps in context. Hans Drexler. 978-3-7643-7649-9 English 978-3-7643-7956-8 french Tanja Brotrück Basics Masonry Construction Nils Kummer masonry construction is usually the first building exercise the student encounters in his or her training. This volume elaborates the fundamental principles of scale. 978-3-7643-8469-2 English 978-3-7643-8470-8 french Basics roof Construction models make it possible to visualize an idea in three dimensions. in order to provide architecture students with an easily understandable introduction to the field of supporting structures. 978-3-7643-7685-7 English 978-3-7643-7954-4 french Basics Modelbuilding Alexander Schilling loadbearing systems are the basis of any structure. construction. designing with models and presenting ideas is an important step in the development of a consciousness of design. this volume begins with the fundamentals of loads and forces and then moves on to building components and finally to loadbearing systems. What are the different ways to create a protective canopy for a building. presents the networking of the various specialists involved in the project.88 ArCH I TECTUr E sTu d i es | pro F es si o n Al pr AcT i c e Basics loadbearing systems Alfred Meistermann Basics Materials Manfred Hegger. The approach to and use of materials is a fundamental building block of architectural training. and what are the different forms such a structure may take? 978-3-7643-7683-3 English 978-3-7643-7952-0 french . and assembly of building components using simple masonry structures as examples. and offers a clear and practical description of the various levels of organization. Martin Zeumer Basics Project Planning Hartmut Klein The materiality of buildings and constructions is an important aspect of architectural design. together with their characteristic attributes.
account settlement. Isabella Skiba 2nd. ment and methodical construcand cost and supplemental tion of a technical drawing. rev. it explains in practical terms how to describe construction work and how to prepare all of the documentation required for a complete invitation to tender. Dietrich Pressel Basics Tendering Tim Brandt. Sebastian Franssen Architecture does not consist of two-dimensional drawings—it is built space. 2009 “Basics room conditioning” provides a basic understanding of the relationships of heating. ventilating and cooling. Jörg Schlenger Basics spatial Design Ulrich Exner. 978-3-7643-8104-2 English 978-3-7643-7644-4 English 978-3-7643-7951-3 french This volume presents the building material timber in all of its facets and explains the fundamental principles of timber construction.A rC H IT ECT U rE sTudi es | p ro Fessi o nAl prAcTi ce 89 Basics room Conditioning Oliver Klein. it describes the most important building components and their constructive possibilities. and explains the different possible levels of room conditioning. The volume “Basics spatial design” focuses on what underlies the perception and design of space and helps to create a deep understanding of the conscious design of three-dimensional relationships. 978-3-7643-8102-8 English 978-3-7643-8103-5 french . in addition. ed. 978-3-7643-8110-3 English Basics site Management Lars-Phillip Rusch Basics Timber Construction Ludwig Steiger This volume describes the various tasks that fall to architects in construction supervision in practical and understandable “Technical drawing” deals with terms. 978-3-7643-8848-5 English Basics Technical Drawing Bert Bielefeld. specifically as they pertain to building with timber. For students. services management. 978-3-7643-8664-1 English 978-3-7643-0020-0 french This volume presents various ways to put construction works out to tender. the pridividual subjects such as quanmary focus is on the developtity survey. it addresses constructhe representation of plans tion supervision and quality throughout all phases of a control in general as well as inproject.
978-3-7643-8938-3 English Basics Urban Building Blocks Thorsten Bürklin. 978-3-7643-8854-6 English 978-3-7643-0019-4 french urban building blocks and a knowledge of these elementary components is part of the basic equipment of city planning.90 ArCH I TECTUr E sTu d i es | pro F es si o n Al pr AcT i c e Basics Construction scheduling Bert Bielefeld Basics Urban Analysis Gerrit Schwalbach Basics water Cycles Doris Haas-Arndt in a world of tight time frames and highly interdependent processes. as well as the ways they are networked into their surroundings. 978-3-7643-8873-7 English A solid understanding of the urban structures is indispensable for city planning and architectural design work. it also describes in practical terms how to implement those approaches in the areas analyzed. 978-3-7643-8460-9 English 978-3-7643-8461-6 french . scheduling is an indispensable prerequisite for successful project implementation. their functional conditions. it is absolutely essential for urban design that one understands their form and structure. and the differentiation into private and public spheres. Michael Peterek The design of supply pipework and systems in buildings requires an understanding of the relationships between water supply and disposal. and how to evaluate the data collected. and explains clearly the key factors that must be considered in the design of water cycles in buildings. “Basics urban Analysis” explains the possible approaches to urban analysis. This volume offers a step-by-step introduction to developing schedules. “Basics water cycles” presents the fundamentals and technical background of sanitary installations.
to the places where meals are prepared as well as a range of different culinary spaces. 15 drawings. the various different movements of architecture.95 978-3-7643-8876-8 English 978-3-7643-8875-1 french 2007.95 978-3-7643-7621-5 English .0 cm. in an overview diagram. EUr 39. A variety of essays takes up questions of materiality and proportioning. 2008. EUr 19. Beat Aeberhard The Architect.. Attention will also be given to food cultivation and architecture. Susanne Kuhlbrodt. 160 pp. Cloth bound.90 / GBP 18. 13 b/w ills.ArC H ITECTU rE T heo ry | h i sTo ry 91 Architecture— a synoptic Vision A prospectus of developments from 1900 to Today Adrian Meyer. 22 pp. 135 color. including booklet.0 × 24.00 / UsD 29. 49 drawings.90 / GBP 36. Rolf Toyka (Eds) This book pursues the astonishing parallels and deeply rooted connections between the art of building and that of cooking. the Cook and Good Taste Petra Hagen Hodgson. together with their associated major figures and structures.0 × 28. 22.. are visually situated in their historical and chronological context.00 / UsD 49.0 cm. softcover.. 6 b/w ills. 18..
artists and architects have often been in collaboration.. EUr 59.. collaborators. softcover. everyday. Future. corporate.00 / UsD 79. 24. 2009.0 cm.0 cm.95 978-3-7643-8645-0 English . 180 color.92 ArCH I TECTU r E Th eory | h i sTory Art and Architecture strategies in collaboration Christian Bjone Crucial words conditions for Bauhaus contemporary Twenty—21 An ongoing legacy Architecture Gordon Watkinson Gert Wingårdh.. Rasmus Wærn (Eds) since the beginning of the 20th century.0 × 30. for many it is synonymous with classic modernism.00 / UsD 39. 20 drawings. great works of art/architecture have resulted from these cooperations and this book explores them in nine chapters from 1914 up to the present. 150 b/w ills.90 / GBP 54. 2009. EUr 24. The result is a very special dictionary with humorous illustrations and original articles.. including Branding. made a selection of approximately fifty terms and concepts. 25 color ills.0 × 24. and wheelchair.0 cm. sweden’s most active architect and its best-known architecture critic. highlighting the most striking examples of these interdisciplinary activities. This book traces the themes and the aesthetics of Bauhaus for our time. EUr 59. 231 pp. Hardcover. 206 pp. 2008. Hardcover. 17. ornament. it shows 12 of the most important works of Bauhaus architecture and juxtaposes them with contemporary projects.95 978-3-0346-0054-5 English gert wingårdh and rasmus wærn.00 / UsD 99. desire.90 / GBP 54. 58 drawings.. 192 pp.90 / GBP 23.00 978-3-7643-9943-6 English scarcely any other movement in architecture and design had such a lasting impact as the Bauhaus.0 x 29.. 24. 138 b/w ills.
blue.. EUr 14. paranoia and risk in Times of Terror Igmade (Ed.5 cm.00 / UsD 29.0 cm.ArC H ITECTU r E T heo ry | h i sTo ry 93 Explorations in Architecture Teaching. 2006.0 × 19... and red prompted the editors of this book to conceive a history of architecture based on these 5 codes. 43 b/w ills. 24.90 / GBP 16. softcover. softcover.s.90 / GBP 13.. orange. 15 b/w ills. in this context. 69 color. 57 b/w ills. 16. yellow. and it will continue to do so in the future.90 / GBP 27.. 145 color. Georg Vrachliotis (Eds) Context Architecture The job describtion of the architect has fundamentally changed with the emergence of a globalized society. The goal of this book is to arrive at a critical grasp of this concept’s vibrant tension between the cultural and the formal. 49 drawings. 216 pp. softcover.00 978-3-7643-7598-0 English The fourth volume in the series “context Architecture” examines the architectural-theoretical relevance of the concept of “code” from various perspectives. the question that arises is that of a changed approach to building and new pathways within design. research Reto Geiser (Ed.95 978-3-7643-8921-5 English The relationship between architecture and fear as reflected in the u. 299 pp. 5 drawings. 10 color.50 / UsD 40.00 / UsD 49. 14.5 × 23. EUr 29.0 × 32.95 978-3-0346-0117-7 English . 2008. the “outside” and the “inside” of a building. design. terror warning system: The hypnotic character of the five-stage warning system based on the colors green.) New Code Between operation and narration Andrea Gleiniger.. 120 pp.) 5 Codes Architecture.0 cm. 2010. EUr 17.
95 978-3-7643-8688-7 English complex patterns are founded on simple rules. 2008.0 cm. and Behavior Andrea Gleiniger.95 978-3-7643-8954-3 English The new series “context Architecture” seeks to take a critical selection of concepts that play a vital role in the current discourse and put them up for discussion.0 cm.. Georg Vrachliotis (Eds) Context Architecture simulation presentation Technique and cognitive method Andrea Gleiniger.00 / UsD 29.94 ArCH I TECTUr E Th eory | hi sTory Complexity design strategy and world view Andrea Gleiniger... 13 b/w ills. the notion of simulation plays a central role in architecture as illusion and imitation.0 cm. 9 color. 14.0 × 19.0 × 19.00 / UsD 29. 2008. pattern and pattern formation are of new. EUr 17. 10 drawings.90 / GBP 16. important significance as the fundamental principles of systematization and description of very complex processes and phenomena.00 / UsD 29. 14. Georg Vrachliotis (Eds) Context Architecture Today it is complexity studies. 14.90 / GBP 16. softcover. 14 color. softcover. with their starting point in physics.0 × 19. 128 pp. 14 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-8686-3 English .. softcover. Georg Vrachliotis (Eds) Context Architecture Pattern ornament. that define the current approach to the concept of complexity. EUr 17. They have established a new connection between the natural sciences and information technology and have thus become a central premise of computer-based approaches to design. in the context of discussions of the medial. 108 pp.90 / GBP 16.. 6 b/w ills. structure.. EUr 17. 17 color. which idea of pattern has to be used in the architectural discourse today? 2009. 118 pp.
) The partners of Agence Ter approach their territories with the genius of the engineer who develops landscapes according to the immanent “eco-logic” of the site itself. 2008.96 lAN D sCA P E A rC HI T ECT Ur E l An d scApe A rc hi T ecTs Alexandre Chemetoff Visits Town and Territories Agence Ter: From TerritoryÐ Landscape to City Architecture in Dialogue Henri Bava. EUr 54.00 / UsD 84. 571 color. Olivier Philippe. 469 pp. 189 color ills. 45 drawings. 17. 190 color ills.90 / GBP 50.0 cm. and with the sensitivity of the landscape architect. 34 b/w ills.. EUr 59. 2009. 200 pp.90 / GBP 54.. artist and landscape architect.. Hardcover.. 263 pp. and architect Alexandre Chemetoff (b. the principal themes of Chemetoff’s creative work come up for discussion.90 / GBP 50.95 978-3-7643-8781-5 English .0 × 30. Hardcover.0 cm. Lisa Diedrich (Ed.0 x 28.95 978-3-7643-8887-4 English 978-3-7643-8888-1 french The French landscape architect. 1950) visits the sites of five of his major works of the last fifteen years. 28.. urban planner.95 978-3-0346-0112-2 English Gilles Clément confronts the homogenizing effects of globalization with the diversity of life. Michel Hoessler.00 / UsD 84. This is the first comprehensive Englishlanguage monograph on his work..) Alexandre Chemetoff Planetary Gardens The Landscape Architecture of Gilles Clément Alessandro Rocca (Ed.0 × 24. 2009. Hardcover.00 / UsD 84. Accompanied by selected conversation partners. A gardener. for example at the Quai Branly Museum by Jean Nouvel in Paris. Clément has created many parks and gardens. 24.0 cm. EUr 54. 110 drawings.
236 color. Thomas GöbelGross et al. 80 b/w ills. territory.0 × 28.5 × 28. softcover..00 / UsD 29. 84 color. geography. which was founded in 1968. This thematic monograph documents the key elements of Desvigne’s work in individual chapters: processes of transformation.. 2009. is its ability to express ecological and social concerns in a strong aesthetic language. EUr 59. 85 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-6847-0 German / English Peter Latz and Partners specialize in a contemporary. 200 pp. 199 pp.0 × 29.00 / UsD 99.l An d scAp e Arc hi T ecTs l ANDs CAP E ArC H ITECTU rE 97 Intermediate Natures The Landscapes of Michel Desvigne Dieter Kienast Udo Weilacher. urban structures. (Eds) With photographs by Günther Vogt Syntax of Landscape The Landscape Architecture of Peter Latz and Partners Udo Weilacher Michel Desvigne is no doubt the most high-profile French landscape architect working today.90 / GBP 54.60 / GBP 18. Dust jacket. 18 b/w ills. intelligent use of alternative technologies and the regeneration of industrial wastelands.90 / GBP 63. Dust jacket.. and public squares. 22.95 978-3-7643-7714-4 English 978-3-7643-7713-7 french The most important works of Dieter Kienast gathered together in a low-price special edition. 2004. 52 drawings. EUr 69. 356 color.0 cm.0 cm. EUr 18.00 978-3-7643-7615-4 English .00 / UsD 84.0 cm. 23. 31 drawings... 22. The trademark of the works of the firm. 304 pp. 2008..
95 978-3-0346-0593-9 English Topotek 1 is one of Germany’s internationally best-known landscape architecture firms.) With essays by Marc Treib. Ying-Yu Hung. 43 b/w ills. Architecture Adriaan Geuze.0 x 28. It regards the entire urban and rural space as a network that calls for an integrated planning approach.00 / UsD 79.90 / GBP 54. 184 pp.29 / GBP 36. with 5 folding plates. Rosemarie Trockel is currently one of Germany’s most important artists.0 cm. 2010.) Landscape Charles Waldheim. Dust jacket. 30 drawings. 160 pp. The playful park in Munich is the result of a collaboration between them.95 978-3-0346-0591-5 German / English . Alexander Robinson New New Topotek1 Rosemarie Trockel A Landscape Sculpture for Munich Thilo Folkerts (Ed. approx. approx. including his interest in ikebana and tea ceremonies. Hardcover. approx.. 15 drawings. EUr 37.0 × 33. 24.. 2007.90 / GBP 45. founded in 1957 by Peter Walker and Hideo Sasaki and now one of the most important landscape architecture offices in the US. The second part offers detailed presentations of some seventeen different gardens.0 x 30.0 cm. The first part of the book deals with his life and influences. 23. It covers a three-hundred-meter section of railroad tracks and creates urgently needed open space for the neighborhood of Theresienhöhe. EUr 49. Julia Czerniak. 84 drawings. Brigitte Franzen.. It also documents the concept with 13 international examples by SWA. and Pietro Valle Mirei Shigemori decisively shaped the development of Japanese landscape architecture in the 20th century.00 / UsD 69. EUr 59.. 150 color ills. 250 color..0 cm.98 lAN D sCA P E A rC HI T ECT Ur E gA rde n s | l An d scA p es Landscape Mirei Shigemori— Infrastructure Rebel in the Case Studies by Garden SWA Modern Japanese The Infrastructure Research Initiative at SWA (Ed. This monograph documents the design and production process.95 978-3-7643-7748-9 English Infrastructure is currently a much discussed notion in the field of landscape architecture. 24. approx. 2010. Hardcover. approx. The book examines this approach with essays by well-known experts.. Gerdo Christian Tschumi Aquino. 15 b/w ills. 204 pp.00 / UsD 54. 223 color.
650 drawings.7 cm. from the most common materials and surfaces to the construction of open space elements and the use of plants. 23.00/ UsD 69.95 978-3-7643-8600-9 English .0 × 29. Hardcover.00 / UsD 109.g Ard e n s | l An dscA p es l ANDs CAP E ArC H ITECTU rE 99 Topselle r Constructing Landscape Materials.90 / GBP 72.90 / GBP 45. EUr 49. Structural Components Astrid Zimmermann (Ed..00 978-3-7643-8599-6 English softcover. 2009. EUr 89. 300 color. 533 pp. 200 b/w ills.. with all the relevant topics.) “Constructing Landscape” is a systematic introduction to technical and constructional open space planning. Techniques.
0 cm. 48 b/w ills. 144 drawings.0 × 19. 429 pp. 202 color. 500 drawings. 56 color.90 / GBP 13.50 / UsD 38.00 978-3-7643-7525-6 English . With more than three hundred landscape designs from every time and place. it also constitutes a general introduction to the major themes of landscape design. EUr 54. More than that. 127 pp.90 / GBP 18.. Typology and Experiments for Design Clemens Steenbergen Sensations A Time Travel through Garden History Nadine Olonetzky Lexicon of Garden and Landscape Architecture Meto J. 22.00 / UsD 69. EUr 14.5 cm. 16. Hardcover. Vroom This book presents an extensive typology of possible approaches to working with the site.. 2009. 2007.87 978-3-7643-7623-9 English This lexicon serves to clarify important terms and expressions that designers use on a daily basis.95 978-3-7643-8782-2 English This book not only recounts the history of the garden— it conjures it up before the reader’s eyes...0 × 22.00 / UsD 50.. 14. EUr 19.100 lAN D sCA P E A rC HI T ECT Ur E gA rde n s | l An d scA p es Composing Landscapes Analysis. Hardcover. 6 b/w ills. 351 pp. it systematically presents the methods that underpin the processes involved in composing landscapes. from the Garden of Eden and the Hanging Gardens of Nebuchadnezzar to the first book on botany and the gardens of the Renaissance.0 cm.5 × 24. Cloth bound.90 / GBP 45. 2006.
systematically organized. forms of terrain.0 cm. EUr 69.26 978 . 20 b/w ills.. enable the reader to apply what he or she has learned. EUr 29. approx.3 .0346 .2 English 978 .0623 .. 50 drawings.00 / UsD 44. approx. 17. construction site implementation. 224 pp.0 cm. Short problems.0 × 24. 30 b/w ills.0 x 28.gA rde n s | l An dscAp es l ANDsCAP E ArC H ITECTU rE 101 New Interior Gardens Designing and Grading for Constructing Green Landscape Architects Spaces in Private and Architects and Public Buildings Peter Petschek Haike Falkenberg History..3 . 2010.0620 .00 / UsD 99. 100 color. approx.95 978-3-7643-8502-6 English Gardens inside buildings represent a sustainable vehicle for a host of ecological and economic advantages: factors such as improving the indoor climate and the workplace situation and hence increasing quality of life. This book offers a comprehensive introduction to the planning and implementation of this special kind of garden.0346 .90 / GBP 63. and drawings. digital modeling. slope reinforcement systems. Hardcover. and practical examples—all are treated in detail by the author. The planning information is illustrated with numerous international examples. 2008. basic principles. softcover.90 / GBP 27. 221 pp. 22.3 German .
.0 × 33.102 lAN D sCA P E A rC HI T ECT Ur E c on sTrucT i on | m ATe ri Als In Gardens Profiles of Contemporary European Landscape Architecture Udo Weilacher Living Systems Innovative Materials and Technologies for Landscape Architecture Liat Margolis. 2005. squares. EUr 29. 17 b/w ills.00 / UsD 99. Drawing on his intensive studies of some 30 influential European projects. 2006.. Alexander Robinson Bamboo A Material for Landscape and Garden Design Jan Oprins. 210 color.. Dust jacket. 6 b/w ills.0 × 28. 149 color. 282 pp. super-absorbent polymers.95 978-3-7643-7078-7 English The use of innovative new materials is an important trend in landscape architecture today. the breeding of varieties. 26.90 / GBP 27.. and the methods of propagation. 281 color.00 / UsD 69.00 978-3-7643-7481-5 English .. This book presents the available materials and technologies in the context of practical applications. and plants that react to changing soil conditions. 24.00 978-3-7643-7700-7 English 978-3-7643-8674-0 french Bamboo and its many varieties are becoming ever more popular as a design material for landscapes.0 cm. 3 b/w ills.90 / GBP 63. 22. Hardcover. 104 drawings.0 cm.. 191 pp. These materials include biodegradable geotextiles. Udo Weilacher presents a panorama of the most significant developments since the publication of his groundbreaking work “Between Landscape Architecture and Land Art” in 1996.90 / GBP 27. and gardens. 143 pp. 2008.00 / UsD 65. Hardcover. EUr 69.5 x 24. Harry van Trier The past decade has witnessed new interpretations of the great themes of traditional European garden art in profusion. The book describes the properties and habitat requirements of the plant.0 cm. EUr 29.
90 / GBP 54.00 978-3-7643-8984-0 English .. 361 color. 2009. Dieter Grau (Eds) European landscape architecture is characterized by its modesty: It is not the designer’s extravagance that shapes the project. On the contrary. 2009.. in the landscape and architecture.. EUr 59. 220 color . The new reference title “On Site” presents essays.00 / UsD 84. The book documents 27 recently completed examples in Europe. revised edition of best-selling “Waterscapes” reveals the wide variety of possibilities for using water as a creative element in the city.90 / GBP 54. EUr 59.00 / UsD 99. The works encompass large-scale masterplans. 80 drawings.. urban parks. river restaurations but also interior design schemes and art objects.5 cm.95 978-3-7643-8950-5 English The ongoing renaissance of the inner city in recent years has not in any way lessened its inhabitants’ sense of longing for nature. such as Gustafson Porter. Hardcover. designed by internationally renowned landscape architects.0 x 30. Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds) Recent Waterscapes Planning. 400 color ills. 23. Hardcover. 176 pp. Building and Designing with Water Herbert Dreiseitl. Hardcover.c on sTru cTi o n | mATe ri A ls l ANDs CAP E ArC H ITECTU rE 103 New On Site Landscape Architecture Europe Landscape Architecture Europe Foundation (Ed. inner-city solutions will increasingly need to be found to respond to this growing need.0 cm. but the specific features of the location. projects and strategies from Berlin to Bordeaux. 248 pp. 35 b/w ills. 2010. 23. 267 pp.0 × 28. where location and scene play the leading parts.) Urban Green European Landscape Architecture for the 21st century Annette Becker. EUr 59. 24. 40 drawings. Michel Desvigne and West 8.. 30 b/w ills.5 cm..95 978-3-0346-0313-3 English / German This third.90 / GBP 54.0 × 32.00 / UsD 84.
00 / UsD 69.0 × 24.90 / GBP 27.. 16.) With contributions by Henri Bava.0 cm. About 30 major parks and landmarks.. 2010.00 / UsD 40. one of the most important landscape revitalisation projects. 50 drawings. 2008.0 cm. EUr 49. softcover. 22. the European Capital of Culture RUHR. It uses the examples of already completed projects to thematize the cityplanning measures involved as well as project development and financing strategies..00 / UsD 69. Regionale 2010 (Eds) Sculpture Parks in Europe A Guide to Art and Nature Jimena Blázquez Abascal Under the Open Sky Emscher Landscape Park RVR (Ed.0 x 28. bridges and trails as well as artistic installations are presented here in essays by renowned authors and in individual project portraits. pits and tips. softcover.0 cm. 574 pp. 239 pp.00 978-3-7643-7625-3 English The Emscher Landscape Park. 150 drawings. 276 color. Each park and the artworks in it are presented with photographs.90 / GBP 45. EUr 49.95 978-3-0346-0266-2 English / German ... and texts. 390 color ills.90 /GBP 45. Hardcover. 54 drawings. 30 b/w ills.104 lAN D sCA P E A rC HI T ECT Ur E reg i on s New Riverscapes Designing Urban Embankments Montag Stiftung Urbane Räume.. 2006.2010. encompasses a significant part of the Ruhr Metropolitan Area. EUr 29. plans. 5 b/w ills. Niall Kirkwood and others This book offers an in-depth look at the measures involved in revitalizing industrial riverbank areas. 232 pp.95 978-3-7643-8829-4 English This guidebook presents some eighty parks from eighteen different European countries.0 × 25. 270 color. 22.
30 drawings. 2010..90 / GBP 54.90 / GBP 54. and courtyards. Hardcover. From about one hundred city gardens. farmers and foresters embark on new ventures in the field of beauty and usefulness. 122 color. Including a DVD with presentation videos. 120 pp. Hardcover.” no city played such an important role as did Venice. 319 color ills. public parks and temporary gardens. Garden Place. Hardcover. deeply rooted in a cultural landscape.0 cm. 223 pp.00 / UsD 89.. The book describes the methods and forms of visual representation in contemporary landscape architecture. 134 b/w ills. 2010. With the project “Two Hills.95 978-3-7643-8943-7 English “We don’t sell gardens.95 978-3-7643-8789-1 English .95 978-3-0346-0260-0 English / German In the development of the “landscape idea. the book develops a typology of gardens in a densely built environment that is permeated with history. 23.90 /GBP 36.. 100 drawings.7 cm. 2009.0 × 29. Strategies and Perception John Dixon Hunt Elke Mertens The Ruhr area—European Capital of Culture RUHR. EUr 59.2010 and one of Europe’s major agglomerations with an industrial history—is.00 / UsD 89. Paolo Bürgi and others Topselle r Visualizing Landscape The Venetian City Architecture Functions. we sell images of gardens.” This observation on the part of a landscape architect makes it clear just how important it is that a design be effectively communicated to the clients and the public.0 × 29.r eg i o ns l ANDs CAP E ArC H ITECTU rE 105 New Field Studies The New Aesthetics of Urban Agriculture RVR (Ed. EUr 39. 22.0 x 28. EUr 59. 150 color ills.” advanced landscape architects... just like every ordinary metropolitan area. Typology. squares. Concepts. 24.00 / UsD 54.) With contributions by Udo Weilacher. 192 pp.. One Landscape.7 cm.
lAN D sCA P E A rC HI T ECT Ur E Th eo ry | h i sTory
Landscape as a System Contemporary German Landscape Architecture
Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten bdla (Ed.)
Insight Out Contemporary German Landscape Architecture
Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekten bdla (Ed.)
’scape The International Magazine of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism
Landscape Architecture Europe Foundation (Ed.)
Landscape today is seen as a complex system of biotopes and water cycles, open spaces and built structures, neighborhoods and commercial areas. This book analyzes and documents this international development and its significance for landscape architects.
2009. 176 pp., 150 color, 40 b/w ills., 50 drawings. 24.0 × 30.0 cm. Dust jacket. EUr 46.64 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 64.95 978-3-0346-0079-8 German / English
How can buildings and open space be integrated by means of design? What potential results from the interaction of landscape planning and the art of engineering? What are the consequences of design chasing after artificiality? This attractive book reveals the pioneering responses that contemporary landscape architects offer to such central questions.
2007. 160 pp., 124 color, 10 b/w ills., 22 drawings. 24.0 × 30.0 cm. Dust jacket. EUr 46.64 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 69.95 978-3-7643-7958-2 German / English
’scape is the international magazine for landscape architecture, city planning, and urban design. Lively, with international voices and a critical eye, it presents selected news items, in-depth feature articles, concise essays, solidly based and informative project critiques, portraits of outstanding personalities, and reviews of new literature.
2010. 80 pp., approx. 70 color ills., 30 drawings. 24.0 x 30.0 cm. softcover. approx. EUr 15.00 / GBP 13.50 1/2010 978-3-0346-0325-6 English 2/2010 978-3-0346-0617-2 English Two issues per year
D EsIG N d esi g n ers
Colour Is Communication Selected Projects for Foster+Partners 1996–2006
Pierre Charpin Claesson Koivisto Rune Entre les vases / Amidst the 1. Architecture— 2. Design vases
mudac (Ed.) Paola Antonelli, Mark Isitt
For more than ten years, the celebrated artist Per Arnoldi of Copenhagen has been working together with the world famous London architect Norman Foster. This book provides systematic and detailed documentation of this entire collaborative spectrum.
2007. 224 pp., 180 color ills., 24.0 × 28.0 cm. Hardcover. EUr 49.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 69.95 978-3-7643-7503-4 English
This first monograph is a reflection of Pierre Charpin’s work: simple, unfussy, fluid. It foregrounds drawing as a creative process of making and translating.
2009. 141 pp., 45 color, 11 b/w ills., 17.0 × 22.0 cm. softcover. EUr 27.94 / GBP 25.00 / UsD 44.95 978-3-7643-9956-6 french / English
Like Scandinavian masters before them Claesson Koivisto Rune practice both architecture and design. The architectural projects in this monograph include private houses and interiors from Europe to North and South America, as well as larger buildings like the Sfera Building Culture House in Kyoto, Japan.
2007. 376 pp., 215 color, 181 b/w ills., 76 drawings. 17.0 × 24.0 cm. Cloth bound. EUr 49.90 / GBP 45.00 / UsD 64.95 978-3-7643-7948-3 English
) New Adrian Frutiger—Typefaces The Complete Works Heidrun Osterer. Swiss Arts Council. has recently begun to turn heads again with his unusual approach to design.. Cloth bound. EUr 41. 2010.0 x 30. Philipp Stamm.00 / UsD 149. With texts by Bernhard E. This monograph uses sketches. MAK (Ed. 460 pp.. EUr 99. England.. after considerable successes in the field of industrial design.90 / GBP 90. 24. Bürdek. and Switzerland.. preliminary models and prototypes to provide a detailed presentation of his experimental working methods. 50 drawings.00 / UsD 64. Germany.0 cm. 264 pp.desi g ners DEsIGN 109 Thomas Feichtner— Edge to Edge Experimental Design Peter Noever. 430 color. 100 color.96 / GBP 40. 620 b/w ills.00 978-3-7643-8581-1 English 978-3-7643-8582-8 french . softcover. 50 b/w ills.5 × 31. this publication provides a highly detailed and accurate account of the type designer’s artistic development and his work. 24. With the support of Pro Helvetia. Swiss Foundation Type and Typography (Eds) Thomas Feichtner is an Austrian designer who. 2009.0 cm. Lilli Hollein and Michael Hausenblas.95 978-3-0346-0342-3 German / English Based on conversations with Frutiger himself and on extensive research in France.
3 ...95 978 .. power and money are creating the atmosphere..95 978-3-7643-8438-8 German / English / french The Swiss Alfredo Häberli is one of today’s most innovative and successful designers. 24. approx.110 D EsIG N d esi g n ers New Style First Mieke Gerritzen Alfredo Häberli —Design Live Beda Achermann.0346 .00/ UsD 84.0 × 24. 2008. From wineglasses to chairs. Hardcover.0 cm.98 / GBP 54. from shoes to shelving systems— some of today’s most eminent Swiss artists stage his works in this publication. 112 color ills. ) Mieke Gerritzen developed a strong visual style which slowly became a vision—a clear vision about the state of the world: a place for consumption where fame. softcover. to shape and organize content attractively for readers. approx. 176 pp.95 978-3-7643-8082-3 German / English This book places the focus on the editorial design of Mike Meiré.0 × 28. 2010.00 / UsD 39. 50 drawings. 160 pp.00 / UsD 59.. 190 pp.94 / GBP 27. magazine titles. Cloth bound. EUr 55. EUr 27.0 x 30. as a designer. 24.. approx. and model double pages.0 cm. the book makes it possible to follow along and learn how to find the appropriate form for editorial themes and how. With its many sample images.0600 .64 / GBP 45.0 cm. EUr 46. 200 color ills. 17. 2007. 200 color ills. Alfredo Häberli (Eds) Mike Meiré— Editorial Design These Days Gerrit Terstiege ( Ed.4 German / English .
” her sketchbook during the years 1927–1933.00 / UsD 80. Austria. typefaces. 2004. 40 b/w ills. Philipp Teufel. softcover. Alston W.0 cm. product and packaging identities. EUr 37. 24.7510 . It contains his own collection of posters. László Moholy-Nagy.95 978-3-7643-7604-8 English . Purvis A fascinating presentation of Charlotte Perriand’s celebrated furniture designs.00 / UsD 49. logos. EUr 39. Helmut Schmid (born in Ferlach.29 / GBP 36. Livre de Bord 1928–1933 Arthur Rüegg (Ed. Fjodor Gejko ( Eds. 23.. 64 b/w ills. A facsimile reproduction of Perriand’s 140 page “Livre de Bord. Now in a Softcover Edition.7643 . 150 color.00 978-3-7643-7037-4 English In his designs.0 x 24..90 / GBP 27. softcover.2 German / English For the first time: the posters of the celebrated graphic artist and typographer. This book is an analytical examination of Tschichold’s posters.5 Hardcover.. This monograph documents and analyzes all of his important works from 1961 until today : basic visual concepts.desi g ners DEsIGN 111 Charlotte Perriand. is the centrepiece of this publication. 240 pp. ) Jan Tschichold Posters of the Avantgarde Martijn F. El Lissitzky. 24. 2010.0 × 32. 341 pp. Oskar Schlemmer.3 .00/ UsD 54... Le Coultre.0 x 29. 175 color.90 / GBP 36.) New Helmut Schmid : Design Is Attitude Victor Malsy. with works by Hans Arp. EUr 29. in 1942) produces a unique combination of Japanese tradition and Western modernity.95 978 . 221 color.0 cm. 287 pp. and others. and poster and book designs. Arthur Rüegg’s introductory essay brings to life in text and image those pioneering years. as well as the approximately 70 posters he designed himself. 400 b/w ills. 2007.
The book offers an inside look at the firm’s collaboration with architects and designers. 795 color. Glossary Cornel Windlin.. Museum.95 978-3-7643-8593-4 English This publication focuses on the learning and function of drawing.0 × 24.0 x 28. Herzog and de Meuron. Products.5 cm.. EUr 37. Collections. 400 ills. Rolf Fehlbaum (Eds) 1D—The First Dimension Drawing and Perception— A Workbook for Designers Thomas Neeser.. The book is rounded out by statements from renowned designers.95 978-3-0346-0366-9 English . EUr 39. celebrated graphic designers like Fons Hickmann as well as talented young designers from all over the world have used song lyrics as the inspiration for innovative font designs. 17. Signs. 22. It provides the vocabulary necessary to communicate about the complex process of drawing— with the goal of ever better results. Chronology.. on colored paper.00 / UsD 49. Each of the eleven chapters treats a particular font family and song lyrics from a particular musical style. each accompanied by an original drawing.) The first comprehensive publication about the history. in color. Verner Panton. 19. The result is a collection of fascinating visuals.5 x 24. Helmut Germer New TypoLyrics The Sound of Fonts Slanted (Ed. Authors. 396 pp.00 / UsD 49. 200 b/w ills. Dust jacket. 208 pp. 2008.0 cm.00 / UsD 59. EUr 34. 197 b/w ills. 2010.90 / GBP 36.0 cm. on the significance of drawing to their work. Hardcover.95 978-3-0346-0367-6 German / English For “TypoLyrics”. including Charles and Ray Eames. 2010.90 / GBP 32. 224 pp. present and future of a design firm with more to offer than just chairs. softcover.112 D EsIG N d esi g n ers New Project Vitra Sites.29 / 36.
EUr 29. 190 pp.. EUr 69.00 978-3-7643-7596-6 English “Faces” brings together a fascinating variety of faces— self-portraits as well as portraits of others.00 / UsD 34. 2007.90 / GBP 63.) Colors Notebook— Violence Fabrica (Ed. 350 color ills. 2008. their feelings. Open and coded messages from human beings of today.0 cm. 23. in design questions it is still possible to establish generally valid color concepts to match the expectations of the various groups of users. 24 drawings. softcover. 350 color ills.95 978-3-7643-8868-3 English / french / German “Violence” is a frightening demonstration of just how completely the subject of violence dominates the world today.90 / GBP 23.0 × 29. Frank H. 23.) While people’s reactions to color vary widely. 21. 2008... images and signs that represent or indict. Mahnke Colors Notebook— Faces Fabrica (Ed.00 / UsD 99. 157 color ills..grA phi cs | c o mmuni cAT i o n DEsIGN 113 Color— Communication in Architectural Space Gerhard Meerwein. 152 pp. This book offers a guide based on a wide range of scientific findings and may be consulted as an authoritative reference by the architecture student and the professional alike. Hardcover. EUr 29. Bettina Rodeck..0 × 29.0 × 27.90 / GBP 23. their thoughts.95 978-3-7643-8865-2 English / french / German .0 cm..0 cm. The artistic documents selected here are expressions of that violence. 191 pp.00 / UsD 34. softcover. and above all how they see and understand themselves—or how they would like to be seen by others.
Annette Tietenberg.90 / GBP 36.0 cm. Art and Architecture. softcover. “Patterns2.0 × 24.90 / GBP 54.. 17. Art and Architecture Petra Schmidt. and architecture. 335 pp. Architecture and Urbanism: The Next Level Friedrich von Borries. artists.00 / UsD 39. art. Ralf Wollheim (Eds) Patterns 2..95 978-3-7643-8644-3 English Computer and video games are leaving the PC and conquering the arena of everyday life in the form of mobile applications— the result is new types of cities and architecture.. 315 color ills.” presents even more extraordinary works by leading firms.” the next volume..114 D EsIG N g r A p h i c s | co mm un i cAT i on Patterns in Design. designers and architects such as Michael Lin. EUr 29.90 / GBP 27. Petra Schmidt. 332 pp. 495 pp. showing the many functions and fields of application. Ursula Schöndeling (Eds) Space Time Play Computer Games. 268 color ills.0 × 30.0 × 30. 24. Using examples of contemporary work by internationally renowned designers. 2008. it lays out a kaleidoscope of colors and forms before the reader.. This book presents the various multidisciplinary approaches to patterns.85 978-3-7643-7750-2 English Following over ten thousand copies sold of “Patterns in Design. 2009. How do these games alter our perception of real and virtual space? What can the designers of physical and digital worlds learn from one another? 2007. Walz. EUr 59. 24.95 978-3-7643-8414-2 English . Steffen P. Hardcover. EUr 39.00 / UsD 84. 315 color ills. softcover.0 cm. Art and Architecture Barbara Glasner. Matthias Böttger (Eds) The definitive overview of patterns in design. and Marimekko.0 cm.. Design. Rem Koolhaas.00 / UsD 59.
19. 408 pp. flyers.95 978-3-7643-8771-6 English 2010. and graphics. EUr 39.0 x 22. 352 pp.0 cm. fashion. 21. the book shows magazine covers.90 / GBP 27. softcover..90 / GBP 36.00 / UsD 44. EUr 39.95 978-3-0346-0101-6 English . 208 pp. book and companies. 2009... 450 color ills.5 cm. Focus groups are all kinds of designers of the product. “Become a Successful Designer” provides designers with ways to protect and handle their intellectual property rights. Hardcover.) Successful Designer Protect and Manage Your Design Rights Internationally Joachim Kobuss.00 / UsD 59.95 978-3-0346-0368-3 English An easy-to-understand guide for designers on the legal topics that deeply affect their everyday professional activities.00 / UsD 59. It presents that range from playfully arboth specific strategies from ranged still lifes to room-filling actual practice and innovative installations. EUr 29. approx. approaches from the world of corporate consulting. 17. Alexander Bretz. Arian Hassani “Creating Desired Futures” defines design as a method to develop alternative solutions More and more visual designers to complex problems: in 24 are staging three-dimensional essays by designers. architects scenarios and turning them and representatives of large into posters.. interior. communications.0 x 28. The result is a host of can help define and solve suggestive new pictorial worlds business problems. 220 color ills. and animated how a design-based approach films. softcover.. approx.0 cm. 2010.grA phi cs | c o mmuni cAT i o n DEsIGN 115 New Become a Three D— Graphic Spaces Gerrit Terstiege (Ed.0 × 24.) Creating Desired Futures How Design Thinking Innovates Business Michael Shamiyeh (Ed.90 / GBP 36.
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45 drawings. 14.. this book examines every phase of exhibition creation. strategic design.. design management.8 × 15.. 2008.95 978-3-7643-8667-2 German / English . EUr 23. 360 color. typography and layout. 17.27 / GBP 23.grA phi cs | c o mmuni cAT i o n DEsIGN 117 Design History. 264 pp. and the use of lighting. 120 drawings. communicative forms and media.00 978-3-7643-7029-9 English Drawing on examples from the authors’ own experience as exhibition designers. vibrating world of our everyday lives. Bürdek Designing Exhibitions A Compendium for Architects.00 / UsD 35. Ulrich Schwarz.62 / GBP 27. 28 b/w ills.0 x 24.0 × 23.00 978-3-7643-7207-1 German / English Situated right in the midst of the tumult of urban design are the essays of this book: the projects.5 cm. Iris Utikal (Eds) The most important fundamental principles of design theory and methodology are presented in this book. 21 b/w ills.. 120 color. 105 color ills. Philipp Heidkamp.. Topics include concept and design. presentation and staging. descriptions. 483 pp. looking in particular at the communicative function of products and highlighting aspects such as corporate and service design. Hardcover. observations. and commentaries explore the possibilities and opportunities. Claudia Frey Designing Public Perspectives for the Public Michael Erlhoff.8 cm. Theory and Practice of Product Design Bernhard E.0 cm.. text and graphics.90 / GBP 27. 2006. EUr 29. 2005. Designers and Museum Professionals Aurelia Bertron. 216 pp. Hardcover. 17.00 / UsD 34. EUr 32.00 / UsD 65. softcover. interface/interaction design and human design. the necessity as well as the incapacity of design in the pulsating.
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Christian Lacroix.0 cm ).00 / GBP 6800. a portfolio with 16 exclusive fine art prints of the Commedia dell’Arte–Couture Edition figures.00 978 .5 x 33. 320 pp. This lavish volume documents—regardless of costs—the making of this limited edition and the experimental process of updating objects like these for the world of today.5 cm.00 978 . EUr 119. 23. Böhm v.00 / UsD 150..00 / GBP 108. fine Art Print by f.0 cm ).0 x 7.00 / UsD 10.3 . limited to 25 numbered copies 2010. 50 b/w. 23. Gareth Pugh.00 / UsD 1050.. linen.2 x 33.5 x 33.9 English Exclusive Collector’s Book This visual feast for bibliophiles presents the sixteen porcelain figures of the Commedia dell’arte created by Franz Anton Bustelli in 1760.500. 50 b/w.3 .1 English Collector’s Book limited to 400 numbered copies 2010. EUr 7500.pro du cT desi g n | inT eri o r | mATeri A ls DEsIGN 119 Trade edition New Florian Böhm ( Ed.5 x 33. 320 pp. 500 in color. 50 b/w. Numbered and custom bound with an embossed silk . depict scenes from the fashion designers’ studios and detail views of the manufactory. Ungaro.3 .0550 . Victor & Rolf. linen.linen cover ( 41. ) Commedia dell’Arte— Couture Edition 2010.00 978 . including Vivienne Westwood.0551 .0346 . EUr 750.2 x 33.0346 . Naoki Takizawa.0 x 7. 320 pp.5 cm.0544 . each print individually signed by the fashion designers. and others. 500 in color. 500 in color. signed and numbered. incl. Florian Böhm.00 / GBP 680. linen bound.2 English .0346 .5 cm.. Custom Cloth-bound solander box ( 41. The photographs taken and selected by the volume’s editor. redressed by sixteen internationally renowned fashion designers. 23.
oneoffs and limited product lines.. glass.—from that of material science.. etc. the industrial manufacturing system.0 cm.0 cm. stone. designers are making furniture objects outside of. EUr 19. 255 pp.90 / GBP 27. 17. OneOffs and Design Art Furniture Sophie Lovell Manuscript Essentials for the Everyday Use of Interior Architects and Designers Müller-Schöll limited language: rewriting design responding to a feedback culture Colin Davies.0 × 26. Hardcover.org. 15. 2009. and parallel to. From the realm of interior design. wood materials. Hardcover. 73 color.5 x 22. This book documents this new phenomenon in meticulous investigative essays and presents a fascinating collection of works.0 cm. 200 color ills. 304 pp.95 978-3-7643-7820-2 English “Limited Language” is a web-platform for generating writing and discussion about the design process. Each of the sub-sections of the book “limited language : rewriting design” comprises an article from the website.00 / UsD 29.. 380 color ills. 126 b/w ills.00 / UsD 69.. 2009. wallpaper. stairs. doors. windows.95 978-3-7643-8934-5 English . for example.120 D EsIG N p r o d ucT des i gn | i n Te ri or | m ATe ri Als Topselle r Limited Edition Prototypes. with carpets. and concrete.90 / GBP 45.95 978-3-7643-8895-9 English Provides essential introductory information for designers and interior designers.. followed by a reflection/response to the topic by the responses raised on limitedlanguage.0 × 23.90 / GBP 18. EUr 49. it deals with ceilings. 20. floors. 2009. softcover. EUr 29..00 / UsD 39. With prototypes. wall paint. Monika Parrinder (Eds) “Limited Edition” is the new phenomenon in furniture design. 288 pp.
EUr 59. Élodie Ternaux The book offers a systematic overview of the currently available sustainable materials and provides the reader with all the information needed to assess a new material’s suitability and potential for a given project.3 . and about processes.0 x 28.95 978 . 2009.00 / UsD 115.9 English For all creative professionals who rely on materials and technologies: “Materiology” is written in a style that conveys a wealth of information in a language that’s easy to understand.90 / GBP 72. 200 color ills.90 / GBP 54..pro du cT desi g n | inT eri o r | mATeri A ls DEsIGN 121 Material Revolution: Sustainable Multi . 22. from basic to cutting edge materials.0663 . 400 color ills. approx. 240 pp...00 / UsD 80. 20.Purpose Materials for Design and Architecture Sascha Peters New Materiology The Creative Industry’s Guide to Materials and Technologies Daniel Kula. while also presenting materials with multifunctional properties and the potential for diminishing energy requirements. Along the way. Hardcover.0 × 29. Hardcover.5 cm. it examines natural and biodegradable materials.0346 . 342 pp. EUr 79.. approx. approx.0 cm. 2010.00 978-3-7643-8424-1 English 978-3-7643-8425-8 french . This book covers everything you always wanted to know about materials.
Hardcover..0 × 32. and lay people with an interest in cultural history: the unrivaled grammar of design.) Roland Knauer Oliver Herwig This book takes an in-depth look at design processes. and space are the fundamental elements of the design process. 17. however complex. Renowned designers like Konstantin Grcic..0 cm. 400 color. 14 drawings.95 978-3-0346-0089-7 English Bar.00 / UsD 139.90 / GBP 90. EUr 49. with 21 depictions of “the making of” products from a wide variety of industries. designers.00 978-3-7643-6761-9 English This book examines the personal situation of an ever-aging generation from head to toe and introduces design strategies. 271 color.90 / GBP 27. EUr 29. surface.0 × 24.. 2009. the Bouroullecs. body. 32 b/w ills. 72 color ills.122 D EsIG N p r o d ucT des i gn | i n Te ri or | m ATe ri Als Topselle r The Making of Design From the First Transformation Universal Design Basic Principles Model to the and Methodology Solutions for Final Product of Design Barrier-free Living Gerrit Terstiege (Ed. the tools they use for visualization and how projects change during the model phase..00 / UsD 69. Hardcover. 176 pp..0 × 28. and architectural solutions for a barrier-free world. may be understood as a variation of them. “Transformation” represents a foundational work for architects. EUr 99.0 cm. 2008. 22. softcover. 900 b/w ills. Every form. 179 pp. or Hella Jongerius show how they go about designing products.90 / GBP 45.. 175 pp.0 cm. product innovations. 23.00 / UsD 44.95 978-3-7643-8718-1 English . 2008.
Burkhard Remmers Englich and Remmers provide a comprehensive. 323 color.0 cm.. EUr 59.0 × 28. 2009. Art. 255 pp. Nicola Stattmann Topselle r Planning Guide for Conference and Communication Environments Conference. analytical.. How to foster communication processes. 280 drawings. EUr 49. all through proper planning. Excellence Guido Englich.0 cm. structure them sensibly. and programmatic introduction to face-to-face communication in the work world. and art and provides designers with valuable inspirations..90 / GBP 54. 22.0 × 28. and avoid unnecessary friction and needless follow-up costs. it presents the state of the art in research and development as well as the most important methods and technologies in handcrafts and industry.95 978-3-0346-0032-3 English . fashion. Hardcover.00 / UsD 74.95 978-3-7643-8758-7 English 978-3-7643-8759-4 french “Unfolded” demonstrates the possibilities paper holds today for product design. Architecture and Industry Petra Schmidt. 24. 23 b/w ills.00 / UsD 84.90 / GBP 45. 120 color ills.pro du cT desi g n | inT eri o r | mATeri A ls DEsIGN 123 Unfolded Paper in Design. 2008. From washi paper to ceramic and carbon fiber paper. 304 pp. Hardcover..
95 978-3-7643-8387-9 English Stories about ourselves and the desires that drive us: showcasing today’s shop window culture. It goes beyond the basic components of form.. luxembourg. Expect the very latest shops.. 2005.94 / GBP 25. Interior Design and Art Hanneke Kamphuis. Hardcover.00 / UsD 82. 24. EUr 59. 242 color ills. 240 pp. Hardcover. 232 color ills.124 D EsIG N p r o d ucT des i gn | i n Te ri or | m ATe ri Als Atmosphere The Shape of Things to Come: Architecture. 2008. Japan.75 / GBP 55. boutiques and flagship stores created by the world’s most distinctive and influential designers. Hedwig van Onna In cooperation with FRAME Forefront The Culture of Shop Window Design Shonquis Moreno In cooperation with FRAME Dress Code Interior Design for Fashion Shops In cooperation with FRAME “Atmosphere” invites.7 cm.7 cm. 320 pp. showrooms.. Taiwan and China.0 × 30. Belgium. Miegiel Loeffen. over and over again.00 / UsD 79.90 / GBP 54. 23. 2006. EUr 27.0 cm. 216 pp.0 × 29.00 978-3-7643-7560-7 English . color and material to identify and explore seven atmospheric layers that not only exist simultaneously but—owing to their fleeting nature—can easily merge to form new combinations.0 × 29. 23.00 / UsD 79. korea.. 200 color ills. EUr 60.. encourages and motivates. 66 drawings.85 978-3-7643-7192-0 English Not available in the Netherlands. Hardcover. “Dress Code: Interior Design for Fashion Shops” presents a selection of innovative and exciting retail interiors from across the globe..
Hardcover.. floor plans.90 / GBP 45.0 cm. All projects feature of the rapid pace of change and. 18. it presents restaurants from around the world.. 262 color ills. Taiwan and China. 60 drawings. set the pace.8 cm.0 × 26.95 978-3-7643-7770-0 English International trends in creative “Relax” showcases the 32 hotoffice design from all over the test designs.0 × 29. 2007. 359 pp.95 978-3-7643-7048-0 English Not available in the Netherlands.00 / UsD 44. 300 color ills. massage.. hair up “The Other Office” identify and beauty salons.00 / UsD 77. health farms those offices that keep abreast and gyms. 2004.95 978-3-7643-8392-3 English . EUr 49. Taking thirty-five latebreaking projects as examples. EUr 39. 2007. essays.00 / UsD 69. in-depth more importantly.90 / GBP 45. quality photography. luxembourg. EUr 49. 240 pp.) Matthew Stewart In cooperation with FRAME In cooperation with FRAME In cooperation with FRAME What’s the recipe for designing a successful restaurant? “Bon Appétit—Restaurant Design” reveals the secret with an exclusive look at restaurant interiors. 140 color ills.5 x 25. 23.... Hardcover. It covers spas and world: the projects that make thermal baths. 34 drawings. 256 pp. Belgium.7 cm.90 / GBP 36. Hardcover.pro du cT desi g n | inT eri o r | mATeri A ls DEsIGN 125 The Other Office Relax Bon Appétit Creative Restaurant Design Workplace Design Interiors for Human Wellness Marlous Willems (Ed. project details and contact information. korea. Japan. 18.
00 / UsD 77. Hardcover. 2007. 24. 22. 250 color ills.. 2006.00 978-3-7643-7652-9 English .0 cm.90 / GBP 36. 312 pp.. EUr 46. 450 color ills. “Happening. EUr 59. Their spectacular designs for bars.0 × 23.00 / UsD 79.. 240 pp. Design for Events” sets its sights on the total design of PR events and uses selected projects to show that there is virtually no limit to the influence and variety that are possible in this area. 23. Marlous Willems (Eds) In cooperation with FRAME In cooperation with FRAME Frame: The Back Issue The Essential Guide to Frame’s First 50 Issues In cooperation with FRAME This stunning book features some twenty portraits of distinguished and selected design firms from all over the world.95 978-3-7643-0512-3 English How can design help to make PR events unique and compelling occasions? For the first time. 592 pp..0 cm.126 D EsIG N p r o d ucT des i gn | i n Te ri or | m ATe ri Als Night Fever Happening Interior Design for Design for Events Bars and Clubs Sarah Schultz.5 cm.00 / UsD 62.54 / GBP 42. This publication features 50 exceptional articles on designs and projects that helped shape the magazine.0 × 30.5 × 30. discos and dance clubs are presented.. 2005. It represents an opportunity to give lovers of Frame the ultimate fan book to read..95 978-3-7643-7976-6 English “Frame: The Back Issue” is a celebration of 50 issues of a design magazine. Hardcover. EUr 39. 335 color ills. nightclubs. softcover. revealing the wide spectrum of creativity.90 / GBP 54. to keep. A ten-page profile is dedicated to each design firm and full business details are included. 26 drawings. to use.
16.sT udi es | p ro Fessi o nA l prAcT i ce DEsIGN 127 Design by Use The Everyday Metamorphosis of Things Uta Brandes. who is interested in it.. education and practice. EUr 34. Hardcover.. 210 color ills.00 978-3-7643-8471-5 English . and wishes to understand it. EUr 69. 2007. 16.4 cm.0 cm. all leading international design scholars. in which people with no formal training in design take things that have already been designed and reuse them. Sonja Stich.8 × 22.00 / UsD 44. and design research is the driving force behind this transformation.90 / GBP 36. 22.90 / GBP 63.) In cooperation with the Board of International Research in Design (BIRD) This publication explores a very special kind of design—the phenomenon.00 / UsD 99.. 16. EUr 39. Covers and defines some 270 terms.90 / GBP 36. 30 color. 16 drawings. 2007.. EUr 39. Miriam Wender In cooperation with the Board of International Research in Design (BIRD) Designerly Ways of Knowing Nigel Cross In cooperation with the Board of International Research in Design (BIRD) Design Dictionary Perspectives on Design Terminology Michael Erlhoff.4 cm. This book charts the field of design research with introductory essays and selected research projects.. 2009.4 cm.95 978-3-7643-7739-7 English Design is becoming a recognized academic discipline. 2008. 254 pp.00 / UsD 59. enjoys it.00 / UsD 54. 3 b/w ills.95 978-3-7643-8867-6 English The concept “Designerly Ways of Knowing” emerged in the late 1970s alongside new approaches in design education. 141 pp.0 × 28. 472 pp. This book is a unique insight into expanding discipline area with important implications for design research.8 × 22. 192 pp. The authors of the essays.8 × 22. softcover.95 978-3-7643-8484-5 English This dictionary provides a stimulating and categorial foundation for a serious international discourse on design. softcover. Timothy Marshall (Eds) In cooperation with the Board of International Research in Design (BIRD) Design Research Now Essays and Selected Projects Ralf Michel (Ed. convert them to new uses. It is a handbook for everyone concerned with design in career or education.90 / GBP 32. stake out positions on the most important questions of design research. as normal as it is wonderful.. softcover.
1100 color ills.) New Good Design 10 Deutscher Designer Club (Ed.. graphic and multimedia design. Hardcover.00 / UsD 74.3 .0 x 19.00 / UsD 134.0557 . 2: Graphic + Multimedia Design 2009.02 / GBP 80.) Since 1998 the bilingual “Designer Profile” has been the authoritative work on the design scene and present a selection of the best Design offices from the fields of industrial. 24.00/ UsD 59.64 / GBP 45. digital design. 640 ills. interviews and essays with renowned designers and entrepreneurs.0 × 29. The competition has now been expanded to include two new categories : “ Graphic Fine Art ” and “ Photo / Film ”. 14.64 / GBP 45. product and trade fair design.00 / UsD 74.95 978-3-0346-0059-0 German / English Vol. 24. 2010.0 × 29. 24..29 / GBP 36.. Vol.0346 . 1: Industrial + Exhibition Design 2009. in color.1 German / English Set: 2009.0 cm. EUr 37.95 978 .. 220 pp. Austria. EUr 46.128 D EsIG N d esi g n A n n uAls New Designer Profile 2010/2011 Germany.7 cm. Hardcover. 1100 color ills.7 cm. EUr 46. Switzerland. EUr 84.0 × 29. Designers present themselves form books (Ed.. 1900 color ills. 520 pp. In this year: new layout.95 978-3-0346-0060-6 German / English “ Good Design 10 ” presents the works selected by the Deutscher Designer Club (DDC) in its annual “ Good Design 10 ” competition— prizewinning design from architecture. 220 pp.. or advertising. Hardcover..00 978-3-0346-0061-3 . 508 pp. exhibition. corporate communication.7 cm.
A detailed index of manufacturers and designers facilitates the search for particular products.) Federal Office of Culture ( Ed.. the Federal Office of Culture releases a publication and mounts an exhibition. and other communication media which are especially outstanding in their designs. On display are works from a broad range of fields. 1016 pp. 150 color. 24.. the iF communication design award honors commercials. EUr 12. 1600 color ills.. 950 color ills. 100 b/w ills.3 .0602 . softcover.95 978-3-0346-0319-5 German / English For the seventh time..8 German / English / french . graphic design. approx. It’s a user-friendly reference work for anyone with an interest in design and an informative archive for manufacturers. EUr 60..0 cm.00 / UsD 89.00/ UsD 64. including fashion.0346 . 632 pp. corporate reports.0346 .0610 .0 cm. and jewelry. They serve as platforms for presenting and documenting all the award-winners together with their prizewinning projects in text and images. economy and politics.. 23.0 cm.64 / GBP 45.) iF communication Swiss Federal design award Design Awards yearbook 2010 2010 iF International Forum Design (Ed. publications.0 x 24.3 German / English Each year. 2010. Hardcover. designers.0 x 24. 80 pp. websites. EUr 46.95 978 . ) The yearbook 2010 introduces all of the winners of the coveted iF product design award. Hardcover.desi g n AnnuA ls DEsIGN 129 New New New iF product design award yearbook 2010 iF International Forum Design (Ed. campaigns. 24.3 . 2010. 2010.65 / GBP 58. and opinion makers from media. The “ iF communication design award yearbook 2010 ” offers an appraisal and appreciation of the winners as well as exciting insights into the world of communication design. approx.06 / GBP 12.0 x 30.95 978 . on the occasion of the annual Swiss Federal Design Awards.00/ UsD 16.
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Walls and Colour Barrier . Livre de Bord 1928–1933 Christoph Mäckler Chroma Cities of Change: Addis Ababa City of Collision Claesson Koivisto Rune Claude-Nicolas Ledoux ClimateDesign ClimateSkin Code Color—Communication in Architectural Space Colors Notebook—Faces Colors Notebook—Violence Colour Is Communication Commedia dell’Arte— Couture Edition Complexity Components and Connections Components and Systems Composing Landscapes Concrete Constructing Architecture 88 88 88 88 88 88 89 89 89 89 89 89 90 90 90 92 115 37 79 58 125 58 83 83 62 46 46 62 76 C B 102 18 45 85 86 86 85 90 87 86 87 87 87 87 87 111 31 116 79 79 108 30 59 58 93 113 113 113 108 119 94 55 55 100 46 50 .132 IN D E x Ti T les → → → Architecture Landscape Architecture Design Titles # → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → 1D—The First Dimension 5 Codes 128 Colors Access for All 53 Acoustics and Sound Insulation 45 Adrian Frutiger—Typefaces 109 Alexandre Chemetoff Visits 96 Alfredo Häberli —Design Live 110 Alvar Aalto—The Complete Work 16 The Unité d’Habitation in Marseille and the four other unité blocks 29 Apartment Block 24 N. and Le Corbusier’s Home 28 Apertures 87 Architectural Guide Basel 77 Architecture—a Synoptic Vision 91 Architecture in Context 20 Architecture in Existing Fabric 55 Architecture: the Element of Success 83 Architekten Profile 2011/2012 39 Architekture Avantgarde Austria 1956–1973 78 Art and Architecture 92 Atmosphere 124 Atmospheres 38 The Austrian Phenomenon 78 Bamboo Barragán—Space and Shadow.C.Free Design Basics Architectural Photography Basics Barrier-Free Planning Basics CAD Basics Career Start Set Basics Construction Scheduling Basics Design and Living Basics Design Ideas Basics Designing with Plants Basics Designing with Water Basics Design Methods Basics Facade Apertures Basics Glass Construction A 112 93 60 → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Basics Loadbearing Systems Basics Masonry Construction Basics Materials Basics Modelbuilding Basics Project Planning Basics Roof Construction Basics Room Conditioning Basics Site Management Basics Spatial Design Basics Technical Drawing Basics Tendering Basics Timber Construction Basics Urban Analysis Basics Urban Building Blocks Basics Water Cycles Bauhaus Twenty—21 Become a Successful Designer Bernard Tschumi Beyond Modernist Masters Beyond the Grid—Architecture and Information Technology Bon Appétit Building Integrated Photovoltaics Building Projects in China Building Projects in the European Union Building with Earth Building with Large Clay Blocks Building with Steel Building with Straw Building with Water Charlotte Perriand.
T i Tl es INDE x 133 → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Constructing Landscape Construction Materials Manual Counterpoint: Daniel Libeskind Courtyard Houses Creating Desired Futures Creative Industries Switzerland Crucial Words Dado Design Design Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2009 Design by Use Design Dictionary Designerly Ways of Knowing Designer Profile 2010/2011 Designing Exhibitions Designing Public Design Research Now Developments in Timber Engineering Deviations Dieter Kienast Digital Culture in Architecture Drawing the Ground— Landscape Urbanism Today Dress Code Dressed Stone Dry Construction D 99 40 30 72 115 116 92 33 46 117 130 127 127 127 128 117 117 127 66 84 97 57 34 124 47 47 47 40 59 31 63 93 39 118 40 53 56 65 105 41 74 77 124 130 126 39 72 33 → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Gatermann + Schossig Gert Wingårdh Glass in Building Glass Structures Good Design 10 Grading for Landscape Architects and Architects Graeme Mann & Patricia Capua Mann Happening Heidi Weber—50 Years Ambassador for Le Corbusier 1958–2008 Helmut Schmid : Design Is Attitude Hermann & Valentiny and Partners Herzog & de Meuron. The Complete Works Hidden Forms Home Delivery Housing Housing+ Ideas Exchange iF communication design award yearbook 2010 iF product design award yearbook 2010 Illuminating In Detail: Building in Existing Fabric In Detail: Building Simply In Detail: Building Skins In Detail: Cost-Effective Building In Detail: Exhibitions and Displays In Detail: High-Density Housing In Detail: Housing for People of All Ages In Detail: Interior Spaces In Detail: Interior Surfaces and Materials In Detail: Semi-Detached and Terraced Houses In Detail: Single Family Houses In Detail: Small Structures In Detail: Solar Architecture Industrial Buildings In Gardens Insight Out Insulating Materials Interior Gardens Interiors Con-struction Manual Intermediate Natures G 19 38 48 64 128 101 31 126 25 111 20 21 118 75 74 73 19 129 129 66 43 43 43 44 70 70 71 44 44 71 71 70 45 67 102 106 48 101 41 97 111 35 34 18 H I E Energy-Efficiency Upgrades Energy Manual Engineering for a Finite Planet Erich Mendelsohn— the Complete Works ETFE Explorations in Architecture Exploring Boundaries extra Facade Construction Manual Façades Façades Failed Stone Field Studies Flat Roof Con-struction Manual Floor Plan Manual Footbridges Forefront form— The Making of Design Frame: The Back Issue Frank Lloyd Wright Freestanding Houses Frei Otto. Complete Works F J Jan Tschichold Jean Prouvé—Complete Works Jean Prouvé— Highlights 1917–1944 Jo Coenen .
Le Corbusier 26 Martin Rauch 61 Material Design 60 Material Revolution: Sustainable Multi . Design. Art and Architecture Patterns in Design.134 IN D E x Ti T les → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → K L Kengo Kuma Kengo Kuma— Breathing Architecture Kiessler + Partner Architekten 22 22 22 → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Landscape as a System 106 Landscape Infrastructure 98 Learning from China 80 Le Corbusier and the Architectural Promenade 27 Le Corbusier—Complete Works in 8 volumes 23 Le Corbusier—Polychromie architecturale 24 Le Corbusier—The Artist 25 Le Corbusier: The Chapel at Ronchamp 28 Le Corbusier—The Graphic Work 25 Le Corbusier: The Monastery of Sainte Marie de La Tourette 29 Le Corbusier: The Villa Savoye 29 Le Corbusier: The Villas La Roche-Jeanneret 30 Leistungsform / Form Follows Performance 37 Lexicon of Garden and Landscape Architecture 100 Light for Cities 66 Lighting Design 48 Light Zone City 67 Limited Edition 120 limited language: rewriting design 120 Liquid Stone 65 Living by the Sea 75 Living for the Elderly 68 Living in the Alps 74 Living Plans 75 Living Systems 102 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 32 Made in Norway 78 Maison Blanche— Charles-Edouard Jeanneret. Paint and Coatings Plastics in Architecture and Construction Portable Architecture Prefabricated Systems Project Vitra Protect and Manage Your Design Rights Internationally P Office Buildings 68 Old & New—Design Manual for Revitalizing Existing Buildings 54 On Site 103 Ortner & Ortner 33 Oscar Niemeyer 32 Outline 36 94 114 114 49 108 50 96 88 123 49 60 57 56 112 115 81 103 34 42 125 69 104 42 98 72 69 51 51 52 106 Quartier Ecoparc / Ecoparc Quarter Recent Waterscapes Re: CP Refurbishment Manual Relax Research and Technology Riverscapes Roof Construction Manual Rosemarie Trockel Row Houses S N Nano Materials 62 Sacred Buildings Scale: Open | Close Scale: Enclose | Build Scale : Heat | Cool ’scape .Purpose Materials for Design and Architecture 121 Materiology 121 Michele Arnaboldi Architect 17 Mike Meiré—Editorial Design 110 Mirei Shigemori—Rebel in the Garden 98 Modern Traditions 80 MOVE—Architecture in Motion— Dynamic Components and Elements 56 Museum Buildings 67 O New Alpine Architecture 81 New Approaches to Housing for the Second Half of Life 76 New Forms of Collective Housing in Europe 76 New Tectonics 57 Night Fever 126 Non-Fictional Narratives 18 nps tchoban voss 32 M → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Q R Pattern Patterns 2. Art and Architecture Photovoltaics Pierre Charpin Pinpoint Planetary Gardens Planning Planning Guide for Conference and Communication Environments Plaster. Render.
the Cook and Good Taste The Architecture of Richter & Dahl Rocha The Articulate Surface The Art of Precast Concrete The Force Is in the Mind The Kitchen The Making of Design The Modulor and Modulor 2 The Other Office The Rauch House The Rhetoric of Modernism: Le Corbusier as a Lecturer The Unité d’Habitation in Marseille The Urban Code of China The Venetian City Garden The Villas of Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret 1920–1930 Thinking Architecture Thomas Feichtner —Edge to Edge Three D—Graphic Spaces Timber Construction Manual Tools for Ideas Topotek1 Town Houses Town Spaces Transformation Translucent Materials Transparent Plastics Typology+ Typo Lyrics 69 37 104 100 94 74 81 63 63 114 110 82 59 129 82 97 65 17 78 96 91 36 53 64 84 118 122 26 125 61 28 29 80 105 27 38 109 115 42 84 98 72 82 122 49 64 73 112 → → → → → → → → → → → Under the Open Sky Une petite maison 1923 Unfolded Universal Design Urban Green U V 104 26 123 122 103 37 105 19 77 36 25 Valode & Pistre Architects Visualizing Landscape Architecture Von Gerkan.T i Tl es INDE x 135 → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Schools and Kindergartens Schulitz Architekten Sculpture Parks in Europe Sensations Simulation Small Scale. Marg und Partner W Wood Houses workmanship Works from the Heidi Weber Collection T . Interior Architecture and Design Smart Surfaces and their Application in Architecture and Design Space Time Play Style First Sustainable Architecture in Vorarlberg Sustainable Design Swiss Federal Design Awards 2010 Switzerland—an Urban Portrait Syntax of Landscape Systems in Timber Engineering Tadao Ando Tendencies—Recent Architecture in Ticino Territories The Architect. Big Change Small Town Sustainability Smart Materials in Architecture.
Mieke G T H Häberli. Erich Meyer. Roger C D F R S Richter & Dahl Rocha RKW Architektur + Städtebau Schmid. Charlotte Pfeifer. Kengo Latz. Per B 16 17 79 108 18 60 108 108 96 96 18 18 50 82 109 109 19 19 110 110 53 20 21. Helmut C. Jean Barragán. Adrian Mies van der Rohe. Jo Denton Corker Marshall Deplazes. Zaha Hermann & Valentiny Herzog & de Meuron Herzog. Rob Kuma. 75 36 36 111 36 37 56 98 32 111 37 37 112 103 39 38. Schumacher. 42 26 97 22 82 22 97 23–30 30 30 → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → M Mäckler. Andrea Diener. Thomas Frutiger. 64. Adrian Gatermann + Schossig Gerkan. Pierre Claesson Koivisto Rune Chementoff. 69 40. Alvar Ando. Marc Arnoldi. Dieter Kiessler + Partner Krier. Günter Price. Cedric Prouvé. Alexandre Clement. Luis Carpenter Charpin. Ludwig Minke. Peter Le Corbusier Ledoux. 92 39 38 Niemeyer. Christoph Mendell. 35. Bernard V Valode & Pistre Architects Vitra J W Jeanneret. Jan Tschumi. Mirei Feichtner. Tadao Angélil. Oscar Ortner & Ortner Otto. Alfredo Hadid.136 IN D E x A r c h iTecTs | des i gn e rs Architects and Designers A → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → → Aalto. Helmut Schmidt Hammer & Lassen Schulitz. Gernot Mirei Shigemori N O P 31 118 31 91 32 62 98 32 33 33 111 72 34 34. Charles-Edouard Kienast. Gert Wright. Marg und Partner Gerritzen. Michael Shigemori. Frei Perriand. Thomas tchoban voss Tschichold. Claude-Nicolas Libeskind. Pierre Mendelsohn. Daniel K West 8 Wilkinson Eyre Wingårdh. Gilles Coenen. Peter L . Frank Lloyd Z Zumthor.
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