Architecture Art


Architecture Art






Koen Vermeule: Dome, 2008

210 x 200 cm, oil and acrylic on canvas (detail)

All illustrations originate from the respective publications. The copyright lies with the owners of the picture rights.


Begründungen der

Denkmalpflege in

Geschichte und Gegenwart

Hans-Rudolf Meier/Ingrid Scheurmann/

Wolfgang Sonne/Ulrike Wendland (eds.)


19.5 x 24 cm

288 pages witH approx. 40 col.

and 160 b/w

eUr (d) 38.00 sFr 52.00

isbn 978-3-86859-162-0

october 2012

Ever since the debates around 1900, led by protagonists

such as Georg Dehio, Alois Riegl, Paul

Clemen, and others, modern monument preservation

has been regarded as a value-based applied

historical science. Since that time, monument

preservation theory has been shaped by

the search for objectifiable criteria that can be

applied to the valuation and rating of traditional

architectural structures and the assessment of

their practical effectiveness as cultural monuments.

The articles in this volume trace the

theory of valuation from a historical perspective

and present an overview of current issues and

problems. The book presents aspects of monument

preservation in relation to urban planning,

as well as debates about recent issues concerning

iconography and cultures of remembrance

and how they affect monument preservation.

Architecture Houses


In addition, there are summaries of the history

of terminology and of the development of the

theory behind selected historical valuations.

The publication resulted from the research

project “Denkmal – Werte – Dialog. Historischkritische

Analyse und systematisch-praktische

Konzeption denkmalpflegerischer Leitwerte“,

sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education

and Research.

With contributions by: Arnold Bartetzky, Anke

Binnewerg, Bernd Euler-Rolle, Dominique

Fliegler, Silke Haps, Hans-Rudolf Meier,

Matthias Noell, Birte Pusback, Ingrid Scheurmann,

Wolfgang Sonne, Susanne Thiele,

Johannes Warda, Stephanie Warnke-De Nobili

and Ulrike Wendland.


Architecture urban space Architecture urban space

SEcond Hand


Recycling Sites Under going

Urban Transformation

Michael Ziehl, Sarah Oßwald, Oliver

Hasemann, Daniel Schnier


17 x 22 cm

432 pages witH ca. 350 col.

eUr (d) 29.95 sFr 40.00

isbn 978-3-86859-155-2

JUne 2012

At vacant sites, second hand spaces draw on

the atmosphere, the traces, the remains, and

the history of their previous uses. Their actors

develop an individual aesthetic out of the

site that stands out due to its simplicity and

improvised quality. New ideas are tested, and

elements of surprise are created in the city.

Second hand spaces evolve against the background

of different demands on urban spaces

and provide opportunities for interaction, par-



Second Hand SpaceS

Recycling SiteS UndeRgoing

URban tRanSfoRmation

micHael ZieHl, saraH osswald,

oliver Hasemann, daniel scHnier

epUb, 432 pages witH ca. 350 col.

eUr (d) 21.99 sFr 29.70

isbn 978-3-86859-908-4

JUly 2012

ticipation, and start-ups. They open up new

courses of action for urban planning and at the

same time make a contribution to the sustainable

design of urban change.

In nine essays, twenty-seven experts highlight

the backgrounds, actors, and effects of second

hand spaces based on fifteen projects from

Europe, resulting in thematic links to current

social discourses throughout the book.



Architecture urban space



Bremer Perspektiven

Dirk Meyhöfer

Edited by Bremer Zentrum

für Baukultur (BZB)


16.8 x 24 cm

160 pages witH ca. 100 col.

eUr (d) 24.80 sFr 32.80

isbn 978-3-86859-158-3

JUly 2012

What challenges does urban residential building

face today? How can cities adapt to changing

demographic, economic and ecologic

circumstances, as well as to the new requirements

of future residents? What is currently

considered as exemplary residential building?

These were the questions posed by the

“Ungewöhnlich Wohnen!” (“Unusual Living”)

contest, held by the city of Bremen in 2011.

It sought proposals for five housing developments

from the nineteen-fifties and nineteensixties.

The objective was to amalgamate hybrid

usages, such as living and working etc.,

integrating them into the city and society.


The city was also to be made more attractive

for newcomers.

This book provides detailed documentation of

the five winning designs by Spengler-Wiescholek

(Hamburg), Arno Brandlhuber, Finn Geipel,

BarArchitekten (all from Berlin) and Kempe Thill

(Rotterdam). These exemplary models of qualitative,

sustainable and achievable residential

buildings are complemented by twenty further

projects in Bremen, whose standards and aspirations

are on a par with the award-winning




In Zeiten endloser Krisen

Deutscher Werkbund

Hessen (ed.)


17 x 24 cm

224 pages

eUr (d) 29.80 sFr 42.00

isbn 978-3-86859-156-9

october 2012

Under what cultural conditions is qualitative

design possible at the beginning of the twenty-first

century? What concrete impact does

successful design have?

The answers to these questions are to be

found less in the objects themselves than in

the people who use these objects and are

defined by their use. This book considers

the cultural environment in which designing

takes place, as well as its impact on people’s

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lives. Successful design is understood as responsible

design and therefore has ethical

connotations, because design as long-term

action sets standards that it has to adhere to.

The contributions to the book are based

largely on the presentations made at the

Werkbund conference in September 2011

(German Work Federation of Architects, Artists

and Builders), held at Goethe University

in Frankfurt/Main.


Architecture landscape



Zur landschaftsgerechten

Anordnung von


Sören Schöbel


16.5 x 24 cm

160 pages

witH approx. 100 col.

eUr (d) 24.80 sFr 32.80

isbn 978-3-86859-150-7


alSo available:

WateR SenSitive

URban deSign

iSbn 978-3-86859-106-4

As a result of the energy transition brought

about by the nuclear reactor disaster in Fukushima,

the number of wind energy plants

in Germany will increase further significantly.

Already now they are a prominent feature of

the landscape in many places. The plants are

not undisputed: ecologically they undoubtedly

make sense, but their conspicuous presence

in the landscape is also vehemently contested.

This book considers the question of how

wind energy plants can be integrated appropriately

and aesthetically into the landscape


and provides concrete suggestions for solutions

regarding the positioning and layout of

the masts. For the first time the wind energy

plants are viewed not in isolation, but in relation

to a comprehensive landscape aesthetic. What

qualifies as a beautiful landscape nowadays?

Which natural, cultural, historical, and contemporary

elements, structures, and significances

is it composed of? And how can wind energy

plants be integrated into this?




Maßstäbe des

nachhaltigen Bauens

Hans Drexler, Adeline Seidel (eds.)


14 x 19 cm

approx. 316 pages witH nUmeroUs

b/w and 50 postcards

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-166-8

october 2012

Sustainable planning and building have become

a key issue in architecture. Climate

change, resource depletion and economic crises

are also increasingly forcing architects and

planners to question traditional methods and

solutions. In recent years, research institutions

and universities, as well as architecture and

engineering companies, have started to seek

new concepts for the implementation of sustainable

architecture and urban development.

Münster School of Architecture held a series

of symposia in summer 2011, in which these

topics were debated extensively with international

experts. Building the Future provides a

summary of the scope and significance of current

concepts. The aim is to present a compre-

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German, parTly enGlisH

hensive overview of approaches to sustainable

building and their implications. The contributions

by renowned authors represent the current

status of research in this area and suggest

innovative approaches and solutions for the

architecture of the future.

With contributions by Nadir Abdessemed,

Matthias Böttger, Vanessa Miriam Carlow,

Sebastian El Khouli, Jesko Fezer, Dominique

Gauzin Müller, Martin Haas, Hans-Dieter

Hegner, Gerhard Kalhoefer, Edward T. H. Liu,

Soeren Nielsen, Günter Pfeifer, Martin

Prominski, Philippe Rahm, Eike Roswag,

Joachim Schultz-Granberg, Herman Josef

Wagner et al.


Architecture urban space

mETRopoLIS: 6

Civil Society

IBA Hamburg (ed.)

soFtcover witH Flaps

24 x 26 cm

296 pages witH nUmeroUs images

eUr (d) 32.00 sFr 45.00

isbn 978-3-86859-220-7

november 2012

alSo available:

1 metRopoliS: ReflectionS

iSbn 978-3-939633-90-7

2 metRopoliS: ReSSoURceS

iSbn 978-3-939633-91-4

3 metRopoliS: edUcation

iSbn 978-3-86859-070-8

4 metRopoliS: metRozoneS

iSbn 978-3-86859-071-5

5 metRopoliS: coSmopoliS

iSbn 978-3-86859-075-3

What influence do new media have on active

participation and involvement in the city? How

can planning be democratically legitimized?

What are the challenges faced by planning law

and procedures, as a result of the increasingly

vocalized requests for participation? And in

what ways can and should citizens’ contributions

complement the knowledge of experts?

The involvement of civil society is a synonym

for the willingness to shape the living environment,

therefore it is increasingly becoming a

permanent feature of politics and planning.

Volume 6 of the IBA series discusses the opportunities

brought by this development and


its consequences for the future of cities. Practical

examples afford insight into the planning

and participation methods of several German

cities and world regions. The experiences IBA

Hamburg have had with very varied participation

models, commented on from a range of

perspectives, form a central point of focus.

Lastly, it is about the relationship between

planners and politicians on the one hand and

citizens on the other, and how the planning

procedures should adapt to the constantly

changing social circumstances in a forwardlooking

and innovative way.


SmaRT cITy In


Converting Innovative

Ideas into Reality

Lena Hatzelhoffer, Kathrin Humboldt,

Michael Lobeck and Claus-Christian



24 x 28 cm

272 pages witH approx. 250 col.

eUr (d) 39.80 sFr 53.95

isbn 978-3-86859-151-4


alSo available:

SenSing Space

iSbn 978-3-939633-95-2

Smart Cities are being discussed all around

the world. Information and communication

technology is being implemented to contribute

to solving current and future social challenges

within cities. This book shows how a Smart

City was actually developed over five years, as

a Public-Private Partnership between Deutsche

Telekom and the city of Friedrichshafen. The

aim of the project was to enhance the quality

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alSo available in geRman:

SmaRt city KonKRet

iSbn 978-3-86859-161-3

of life of the citizens, to increase the locational

advantages for businesses and to raise the

level of interconnection in the urban society.

The idea was put into practice over a five-year

period and was accompanied by social-scientific

research. The authors reveal the impact

and purpose of the project, which provides a

concrete contribution to the worldwide debate

about Smart Cities.


Architecture THeory Architecture THeory

Architektur + AnAlyse

“architektur + analyse” is a series of books by the Institute of Architectural Theory, History of Art and

Cultural Studies at Graz University of Technology, edited by its director Anselm Wagner. The series

deals with topics relating to international architecture and architectural debates of the twentieth

and twenty-first centuries, including certain regional issues of international relevance that have an

impact on the current discussion. All the volumes take a critical and analytical approach to architecture,

which is always presented within a wider cultural, social, and political context. The spectrum

ranges from the monographic analysis of exemplary buildings to the discussion of theoretical issues

regarding future developments.

“architektur + analyse” is targeted towards architecture and art history experts and students, as

well as towards architecture enthusiasts. Volumes of the series will be in German or English.


anaLySE 1

WaS bLEIbT von dER


Architektur-Utopien seit den

1960ern revisited

Anselm Wagner and Antje Senarclens

de Grancy (ed.)


16.5 x 22.5 cm

304 pages witH 224 b/w and col.

eUr (d) 29.80 sFr 42.00

isbn 978-3-86859-215-3

JUly 2012


anaLySE 2

konRad fREy:

HaUS zankEL

Experiment Solararchitektur

Das Haus Zankel im französischen

Prévessin bei Genf, ab 1976 vom Grazer

Architekten Konrad Frey geplant und

1978–85 vom damaligen CERN-Physiker

Karl Zankel für dessen Familie errichtet,

ist das Produkt einer kongenialen

Partnerschaft, wie sie in der Architektur

nur höchst selten vorkommt: Architekt

und Bauherr vereinte dieselbe

Freude am risikoreichen Experiment,

am Erfinden von Prototypen und

Perfektionieren einer Idee, durch die

ein Projekt zum Lebensinhalt und ein

Bauwerk zum Kunstwerk werden

kann. Umso verwunderlicher, dass

dieses einzigartige Gebäude bislang

keine nennenswerte Rezeption in der

Architekturkritik gefunden hat – es

ist das unbekannte Meisterwerk der

„Grazer Schule“.

Anselm Wagner and Ingrid Böck (ed.)


16.5 x 22.5 cm

approx. 160 pages

witH 20 col. and 200 b/w

eUr (d) 24.80 sFr 32.80

isbn 978-3-86859-216-0

december 2012


archi tek tur + analyse

Anselm Wagner

Ingrid Böck


Konrad Frey: Haus Zankel

Up until today, the “Graz School” is one of the

most well-known phenomena of twentiethcentury

Austrian architecture. Contrary to previous

publications, which concentrated more

on the expressive and deconstructivist use of

forms of the “Graz School,” this publication focuses

on the less well-known utopian designs

and structuralist concepts of the nineteen-sixties,

developed by the architecture students at


Solar ar chitektur

Konrad Frey:

Haus Zankel

Anselm Wagner | Ingrid Böck [Hg.]

jovis jovis

Zankel solar house in Prévessin in France, near

Geneva, designed from 1976 by the Graz architect

Konrad Frey and built in 1978–85 by

the CERN physicist Karl Zankel for his family,

is the result of a congenial partnership that is

very rare in architecture: the architect and the

builder delighted equally in the risky experiment,

enabling the project to become a raison

d’etre and the building to become a work of

art. The result can only be described in terms

of contrasts: experimental solar workshop and

vernacular estate, expressive spatial sculpture,


Graz University of Technology. Apart from analytical

essays, the volume comprises numerous

personal articles by the protagonists of

that era. With contributions by Peter Blundell

Jones, Konrad Frey, Volker Giencke, Bettina

Götz, Eugen Gross, Bernhard Hafner, Gabu

Heindl, Eilfried Huth, Dörte Kuhlmann, Tomás

Valena, Manfred Wolff-Plottegg, and others.


and ecological research station, representative

social stage and alternative daycare center

for children, postmodern collage and technoid

residential machine, mannerist “folly” and monastic

cell. It is all the more surprising then that

this unique building has not yet been given a

noteworthy mention in architectural criticism—

it is the unknown masterpiece of the “Graz

School.” This book was created as part of the

masterclass at Graz University of Technology

for documenting the building that is facing demolition.



Architecture landscape Architecture landscape


“Landscript” is a publication on landscape aesthetics inviting authors

from different disciplines to invest some thought on established modes

of perceiving, representing and conceiving nature. Anchored at the

Chair of Landscape Architecture of Professor Christophe Girot at the

ETH in Zurich, it is steered by an editorial board comprised of distinguished

international experts from various fields of visual studies, landscape

design research as well as philosophy. The publication warrants

excellence in theory and acts as a revelator of conventional perceptions

of landscape. The goal of “Landscript” is to cultivate the debate on landscape

aesthetics at a scholarly level. It will examine what conceptual

tools are at our disposal to transcend the banal deductive commentary

of landscape analysis we have grown accustomed to and discuss these

issues openly and critically by focusing on the way we actually think,

look and act upon landscape sites and nonsites today. As a discussion

platform for the contemporary aesthetics of landscape, “Landscript”

will rekindle a theoretical debate that has been seriously lagging behind

in the present visual and environmental revolution.

LandScRIpT 1


vISIon moTIon

Christophe Girot,

Fred Truniger (eds.)


16 x 22 cm

224 pages witH nUmeroUs images

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-210-8

JUly 2012

LandScRIpT 2

fILmIc mappInG

Documentary Film and the

Visual Culture of Landscape


Christophe Girot (ed.)


16 x 22 cm

224 pages witH nUmeroUs images

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-211-5

december 2012

Landscape Vision Motion explores the change

of visual thinking that has occurred through

film and video setting new spatial dynamics in

motion. Professionals from various disciplines

comment on the impact of film and video in

contemporary landscape thinking. What ob-

Filmic Mapping examines forms of “land measurement”

primarily through documentary and

essay films of the past 10 years. It investigates

the meaning of landscape for contemporary



Landscript 1

LandscapE Vision Motion

cHristopHe girot,

Fred trUniger (eds.)

epUb; 224 pages witH nUm. images

eUr (d) 20.99 sFr 28.30

isbn 978-3-86859-906-0

JUly 2012

jectives can be achieved in the theoretical

exchange between visual studies, digital media,

film, space and motion? With the digital

revolution dawning upon us, one can definitely

say that a different visual culture pertaining to

Landscape Architecture is born.



Landscript 2

FiLMic Mapping

docUmentary Film and tHe

visUal cUltUre oF landscape


cHristopHe girot (ed.)

epUb; 224 pages witH nUm. images

eUr (d) 20.99 sFr 28.30

isbn 978-3-86859-907-7

JanUary 2013

society through phenomenological film analysis

and makes an open plea for a complex view

on the landscape of today and its visual representation.



Architecture arcHiTecTs


TcHoban &


Architectural Transfers

Falk Jaeger


21 x 24 cm

240 pages witH approx. 250 col.

eUr (d) 38.00 sFr 52.00

isbn 978-3-86859-157-6

aUgUst 2012

SPEECH Tchoban & Kuznetsov is a trendsetting

and international architecture office in

Moscow. The architects – the German Sergei

Tchoban born in St. Petersburg and Sergey

Kuznetsov from Moscow – are rooted equally

in Western and Eastern Europe with their architecture

and engage in applying the building

culture values of each of these cultural spheres

to the other. In Russia there is demand for

functionality and planning culture, as well as

western building standards in terms of expertise

and technology, whilst in the west the

architects see the need to fill the gap as re-


gards architecture as an art form, emotionality,

and love of ornamentation. They publicize their

views on building culture and building standards

through their own bilingual architecture

magazine called “speech”, exhibition activities,

and a design for the Museum of Architectural

Drawings in Berlin, as well as through their

many buildings and urban development plans

in Russia. The book presents the philosophy,

values and themes of the SPEECH project and

shows how they were concretely put into practice

in the buildings created by the office.



Petra and Paul Kahlfeldt

Hardcover witH Jacket

22.5 x 28.6 cm

160 pages witH approx. 150 col.

and plans

eUr (d) 45.00 sFr 62.80

isbn 978-3-86859-159-0

september 2012

Should the circumstances and tendencies of

the current state of the world be allowed to

affect architecture? That is a fundamental and

frequently recurring question as regards the demands

placed on architecture.

Not only the form, but also the structure, organization,

appearance and appeal of buildings are

governed by permanent criteria. Based on the

assumption that people’s spatial requirements

and design aspects resulting from construction

requirements are of a stable nature, the answer

to the question above is no. Instead, architecture

is subject to a constant process of evaluation

and assessment according to fundamental

Architecture arcHiTecTs


architectural principles, which are subsequently

interpreted and shaped individually for each

new project.

This book presents selected buildings by Petra

and Paul Kahlfeldt. A common feature of all of

their projects is that, regardless of their purpose

and their type of function, they all adhere to the

same principles. Therefore the buildings are not

presented chronologically and individually, but

in thematic sequences. This enables the clear

identification of principles, relationships, connections

and similarities. Furthermore, it brings

architecture to the fore as a cultural form of









21 x 27.5 cm

144 pages witH nUmeroUs

images and plans

eUr (d) 29.80 sFr 48.00

isbn 978-3-86859-160-6

october 2012

The Japanese architect Atsushi Kitagawara

has been firmly established in the architecture

scene of his homeland for 30 years. He

is a protagonist of an artistically shaped and

expressionistic architectural style, which celebrates

the experience of space, without

losing sight of the functional requirements.

Through numerous award-winning projects,

such as the Nakamura Keith Haring Museum,

he is constantly exploring new means of construction,

composition and usage of materials.

Architecture arcHiTecTs


He thereby creates complex spatial structures

and façades, which challenge the conventional

viewing patterns of the user, whilst never diminishing

the human criteria.

This volume from the PORTFOLIO series is

the first monograph outside of Japan to present

prominent current and older projects by

Atsushi Kitagawara Architects by means of

text and images.


Architecture arcHiTecTs



Architekten und Ingenieure

planen interdisziplinär

Lothar Niederberghaus (ed.)


24 x 24.5 cm

208 pages witH 415 col. and b/w

approx. eUr (d) 42.00 sFr 56.70

isbn 978-3-86859-192-7

september 2012

General planning signifies the renaissance of

the master builder, in the sense of a building

manager with overall responsibility, who brings

all the lines of work together. In an engineering

office that practices general planning, all the

important specialist engineers cooperate with

architects from the very beginning of the project,

as partners on an equal footing. This can

reduce conflicts of interest and liability risks,

especially when applied to complex large-scale

projects, such as hospitals, schools and industrial

buildings, and it facilitates coordination for

the owner of the building.


However, there are two even more important

aspects: firstly, the benefits for the owner of

the building, resulting from having a general

planner and from the synergies that occur

when the project team develops integrated

solutions with regard to the planning objectives.

Secondly, general planners can work

more economically and flexibly than a general


This book documents aspects of the qualitative

and economic added value afforded by

general planning, through 20 expert contributions

featuring examples of buildings realized

successfully by agn niederberghaus & partner



ToWER 185

Frankfurt am Main

Christoph Mäckler Architekten and CA

Immobilien Anlagen AG (ed.)

Hardcover witH Jacket

18.7 x 27.5 cm

120 pages witH aprox. 100 col.

eUr (d) 22.00 sFr 30.00

isbn 978-3-86859-152-1


alSo available:

opeRntURm fRanKfURt am main

iSbn 978-3-86859-048-7

A new landmark has joined the skyline of

Frankfurt: Tower 185 forms a gateway to the

newly emerging Europaviertel district in Frankfurt

am Main thus, as German’s fourth-tallest

office high-rise, extending the silhouette of the

city. Its perimeter block structure references

the typical shapes and materials of neighbouring

buildings: beige natural stone and slate

roof. The tower greets its guests from Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage

with open arms. Its large

drop-shaped plaza and surrounding arcades

Architecture Houses


with shops and restaurants guide visitors to

the entrance and invite them to linger.

This book documents the evolution of the

building from idea to design to construction.

Photos taken by Frankfurt photographer Klaus

Helbig, sketches and plans by the architects

and texts by Bernhard Hansen, Uwe Frerichs,

Hans-Joachim Müller, Christian Thomas, and

Christoph Mäckler comprehensively tell of the

building’s origins, the building itself and its details.


Architecture urban space

cHoREoGRapHy of





Gert Kähler

Edited by Volkwin Marg for the

Akademie der Künste, Berlin

soFtcover witH Flaps

21.5 x 27.5 cm

approx. 256 pages witH

approx. 400 col. and b/w

eUr (d) 32.00 sFr 43.20

isbn 978-3-86859-170-5

JUne 2012

alSo available in geRman:

cHoReogRapHie deR maSSen

iSbn 978-3-86859-164-4

Following the Football European Championship

UEFA EURO 2012, in this book the Akademie

der Künste in Berlin focuses on the stadium as

a key public space and as a venue for holding

mass events.

Volkwin Marg, a member of the Akademie and

a founding partner of gmp von Gerkan, Marg

and Partners architects, presents the historicocultural

interplay of sport, architecture, and fan

culture, together with the historian of architecture

Gert Kähler and Michael Kuhn (gmp).

engliSH edition:


The content of the six chapters ranges from

the sacred background to contests in ancient

times to the current politicization and commercialization

of sport. The authors place sport and

sporting venues in the context of social and

political circumstances in ancient times, under

National Socialism and in the post-war era,

with the stadium as the architectural reflection

of the social structure.


nExT 3 STadIa




Falk Jaeger (ed.)


24 x 32 cm

184 pages witH approx. 150 col.

eUr (d) 34.00 sFr 48.00

isbn 978-3-86859-154-5


alSo available:

3 Stadia 2010

iSbn 978-3-86859-063-0

gmp architects and the structural engineers

schlaich bergermann und partner have designed

stadia that have hosted some of the most prestigious

sporting events in the world—in Germany,

South Africa, Brazil, China, and India. For the

European Championships in 2012 in Poland and

Ukraine, the offices have again partnered to design

and realise two new stadia in Warsaw and

Kiev that, along with their design for the new

arena in Bucharest, represent the state of the

art of stadium design.

Architecture Houses


This book tells the stories of the three cities and

their stadia and presents the architecture of the

new sporting arenas that now provide the Eastern

European Football Associations with venues

of the highest international standard.

With contributions by André Eichhofer, Knut

Göppert, Christian Hoffmann, Falk Jaeger,

Volkwin Marg, Annett Müller, Hubert Nienhoff,

Thomas Urban, Markus Pfisterer and photographs

by Marcus Bredt.


Architecture THeory



Annett Zinsmeister (ed.)

edition weißenhof


17 x 24 cm

256 pages witH approx. 80

b/w and 25 col.

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-191-0

aUgUst 2012

alSo available:

geStalt deR beWegUng

iSbn 978-3-86859-110-1

Can aesthetic concepts reflect and provide answers

for ethical aspects and issues? Is “more

ethics, less aesthetics” applicable, according

to the motto of the Venice Biennial for architecture

in the year 2000? Or isn’t “more aesthetics”

in fact just what is required to encourage

reflection about ethical responsibilities and

dimensions in architecture, art, and design?

This publication is a collection of reflections

about the ethical and political dimensions of


creations, presented from the point of view

of art, architecture, design, and curatorial practice.

The contributions range from historical

reviews to future-oriented outlooks, illustrating

interdisciplinary connections.

Contributions by Stephan Bohle, Christian

Demand, Raphie Etgar, Renate Flagmeier,

Johan Holten, Leiko Ikemura, Derrick de

Kerckhove, Césare Peeren, Michaela Ott,

Rainer Leschke, Annett Zinsmeister.


cHaRTER of dUbaI

A Manifesto of Critical

Urban Transformation

Sabine Müller/Andreas Quednau, SMAQ

With a foreword by Kees Christiaanse

and an epilog by Philipp Misselwitz

soFtcover witH Flaps

24 x 32 cm

96 pages witH approx. 200 b/w

and col.

eUr (d) 32.00 sFr 45.00

isbn 978-3-86859-165-1

october 2012

The man-made peninsular Palm Jumeirah on

the coast of Dubai is a superlative project and

an exemplary model for the Gated Communities

and Resorts that have developed worldwide

in property bubbles. The development

may be spectacular, but cannot conceal the

fact that the former marketing success story is

faced with serious problems. How can an isolated

anti-urban exclave be opened up and integrated?

Can issues concerning networking,

the public sphere and affordable housing, as

well as climate change adaptation, biodiversity

Architecture urban space


and the supply of energy be resolved through

targeted tactical interventions?

The Charter of Dubai is a manifesto of critical

urban transformation. It subversively encourages

the conversion of isolated quarters into

a socially and ecologically open urban space.

The detailed catalog of the individual measures,

richly illustrated with clear sketches and

references, make the Charter a handbook for

urban transformation that takes social and ecological

aspects into account.


Koen Vermeule

Sunset Blue, 2011




Günther Uecker

Word Pictures

Edited by Eckhard Hollmann and

Jürgen Krieger; Interview with the

artist: Manfred Engeser

„On the subject of his latest works,

jovis has published the beautiful title

‘Word Pictures’.”

Weltkunst, May 2012

Where language fails, pictures take over!

This book shows for the first time the entire cycle of 56 “autobiographical”

pictures by Günther Uecker. The well-known

painter, bookmaker, graphic designer, sculptor and object artist

has set high standards in many fields.

What makes this title special is that the artist largely determined

the design and layout of the book. His handwritten introduction

to the themes is printed in the book as a facsimile.


27.5 x 30 cm

216 pages witH 108 col. and 14 b/w


eUr (d) 58.00 sFr 75.00

isbn 978-3-86859-178-1


koen VermeUle


With contributions by

Christoph Tannert,

Eckhard Hollmann,

Heike Endter

A well-known painting by Koen Vermeule is titled out and about.

It defines his work as a whole, because the artist, who lives

in Amsterdam, is constantly travelling all around the world. His

paintings originate on the streets. He focuses in on them, starts

to shape them and to invent stories. His art is related to street

art and comics, which is where his art began. His artistic language

is as vibrant as life itself.

HalF-clotH binding

24 x 24 cm

80 pages witH 91 col.


eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-180-4


Sean ScUlly


With contributions by Matthias

Frehner, Stella Rollig, Annick

Haldemann and Brigitte Reutner

The Museum of Fine Arts in Bern and the Lentos Museum of Modern

Art in Linz are presenting a comprehensive retrospective on the Irish-

American artist Sean Scully, who is one of the most important representatives

of contemporary abstract painting.

Scully has created an astounding range of atmospheric paintings. His

works are composed of striped patterns with strict lines and strongly

contrasting colors. He applies layers of different shades of color with

coarse paintbrushes, whereby the layers below shine through in varying

degrees. It appears as if the layers of color are communicating with

each other and with the viewer.

swiss bookbinding

24 x 24 cm

208 pages witH 84 col.


eUr (d) 32.00 sFr 45.00

isbn 978-3-86859-183-5


“I don’t only paint –

I want more than that!”


mUSeUm of fine aRtS,


9.3. – 24.6. 2012

lentoS mUSeUm of

modeRn aRt, linz

22.7. – 7.10. 2012


cornelia Schleime


Works on Paper

Edited by Eckhard Hollmann and

Jürgen Krieger; with contributions by

Wolfgang Büscher, Christiane Bühling

and Cornelia Schleime

The small volume Zungenschlaf shows Schleime’s

“Works on Paper” from 1988 up until today.

It is a very personal book with delicate ink drawings,

watercolours and collages, with a very particular layout.

soFtcover witH rUbber band

16 x 21 cm

216 pages witH 143 col.


eUr (d) 35.00 sFr 48.00

isbn 978-3-86859-179-8





Weltkunst Mai 2012

Art conTemporary arT Art conTemporary arT

The actual focus of the traveler series is on the works which mention

famous personalities in the history of the discovery of Nueva

Espana in their title, evoking a wide range of contexts with regard

to the power of imagination of our present-day world view. It starts

with the letter to humboldt in 2009, a work which contrasts the

spirited animism of the indigenous view of nature with the systematic

analysis of the Prussian polymath, who undertook a research

expedition to America from 1799 to 1804 and also crossed Mexico.

Harald Kunde

In this large-scale volume, Daniel Lezama shows breathtaking paintings,

mythological stories and in-depth insights into Mexican history.

This book will enthrall and fascinate you!

danIEL LEzama


Edited by Jürgen Krieger


29 x 33 cm

208 pages witH 112 col.

and 11 b/w

eUr (d) 55.00 sFr 74.80

isbn 978-3-86859-187-3


What is so captivating about the paintings by

the Mexican artist Daniel Lezama?

Lezama’s large-format, epic pictorial stories are

full of violence, hope and tender affection, reflecting

Mexico’s long and dark past, as well

as its turbulent present. His paintings are reminiscent

of complex Renaissance masterpieces

and display a multitude of historical, literary

and mythological references.

Discover Lezama’s intense and personal world

in exceptional print quality and experience a


the art sensation

from mexico!

new perspective on the tension between the

Old and New Worlds.

Large and detailed images draw the viewer

into the world of Daniel Lezama: breathtaking

paintings, mythological stories and in-depth insights

into Mexican history.

With texts by Erik Castillo, Hilario Galguera,

Mauricio Galguera, Harald Kunde, Francesco




Art conTemporary arT Art conTemporary arT



alSo available:

pEtEr thoL

deR dUnKle Klang deR faRbe

iSbn 978-3-86859-176-7



iSbn 978-3-86859-180-4


“Eines zum anderen”

Zeichnungen – Drucke –


With contributions by Dieter Gleisberg,

Thomas Matuszak and Norbert Wolf


24 x 24 cm

64 pages witH approx. 80 col.

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-172-9

october 2012

The Kunstquadrat series is dedicated to twenty-first century art, presenting

it in all its diversity. The series combines classical bookbinding

(half-cloth with embossing) with contemporary art. The purpose

is to present new works by the older generation of painters, as well

as to seek out the innovations of the younger generation, who are

constantly driving new developments within fine arts.

collector’s editions: The Kunstquadrat series offers not only very

personal and individual books about contemporary artists, but also

artist’s editions with prints, hand drawings or paintings.

Peter Schnürpel completed his art education

in the nineteen-sixties at the famous Leipzig

University of the Arts. His early sketches regarding

the world of sport already showed his

ability to go beyond the narrow subject matter

and make universal statements. His figures

represent exclamations or a lapsing into

silence, are motionless or driven by high levels

of dynamism. Furthermore, he makes expert

use of light and dark contrasts, of making an

illuminated form emerge out of the dark, of


figures disappearing into the shadows, of the

flashing of a ray of hope in the distance…

For the first time the pages of this book bring

together graphics that use a range of techniques

(etching, serigraphy, lithography) and

set them against later overpaintings. They

show the artist’s striving to find universal ways

of expressing existential aspects of life, such

as love and happiness, joy and sorrow, finiteness

and death.


1861 / 2011 / 2081

With texts by Georg Diez and

Christopher Roth


24 x 24 cm

64 pages witH 12 col. and

15 b/w images

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-186-6



Poesie & Pose – Bronzen

With contributions by Christiane

Bühling and Jürgen Schilling

HalF-clotH binding

24 x 24 cm

64 pages witH 87 col. images

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-184-2


Aylin Langreuter’s art can not be pigeonholed.

Concept art, object art, design, graphics,

sculpture: none of these wholly define

her art, although it contains elements of each.

Her intellectual and artistic work lies somewhere

between obvious delight in the objects

and their philosophical significance. She creates

objects that can not be used, develops

scripts that can not be read, thereby placing

her objects outside of reality in the realm of

the individual imagination. “However, it is not

At first glance Helge Leiberg’s elongated figures

with their thin bodies and big hands seem

to remain motionless in their places, but with

intent observation movement suddenly comes

into play: the words that spring to mind include

swinging, strutting, gyrating and dancing. It is a

kind of expressive dance that mirrors the soul,

revealing emotions such as excitement and

passion, affection and disgust. As a rule the

artist forms his figures spontaneously, without

preparatory drawings, just like the impression-


my primary objective to divest my objects of

their actual function, it just happens along the

way. This is important and inevitable, if you accord

them their own free will.” This book presents

two new work groups of the young artist:

“on/off” – Blindlights/Neonetchings and the

“Schriftstücke“ (written works). In both of these,

the intriguing private world full of beautiful, absurd,

and mostly joyous things unfolds. The third

chapter of the book presents works from “a long

time ago.”


ist “painter-sculptors” Renoir and Degas before


Helge Leiberg has incorporated dance into his

performances on an equal footing with painting

and music, and his works as a draftsman

and artist’s books are also characterised by

many variations of dance. In his sculptures – all

collected for the first time in this publication –

he succeeds in condensing these many forms

of expression into moments of tremendous

tension and concentration.



Art conTemporary arT Art conTemporary arT


nacH 1948

Sammlung serviceplan

Edited by Peter Haller

clotH binding witH Jacket

24 x 32 cm

368 pages witH ca. 200 col.

eUr (d) 58.00 sFr 78.80

isbn 978-3-86859-189-7


plUS dvd by tHe video

inStallation aRtiSt

pHilipp geiSt

georg baselitZ

Fingermalerei-adler, 1972

The serviceplan collection follows a clearly

defined concept: Abstract Art since 1948 of a

high aesthetic standard. This guiding principle

is reflected in the introductory essay by Prof.

Helmut Friedel, the director of the Lenbachhaus

museum in Munich: “Indescribably beautiful.


At the beginning of the twentieth century,

abstract art was the progressive driving force

of the modern era, until the National Socialist

regime in Germany imposed a painting ban

on all the important protagonists of this art

genre. This verdict also affected most of the

painters in the serviceplan collection. The year

1948 became the starting point for a new era

Symbolistische Abstraktion

Absolute Malerei

ernst Wilhelm nAy

hekAte PhAse

kleine Verkündung i, 1945

Und das sind die Bilder der Sammlung Serviceplan aus allen vier abstrakten Phasen:

FugAle PhAse 1949-1951

In der sogenannten Hekate Phase hat Nay nach 1945 seine bedrückenden Kriegsjahre

und die Hoffnung auf Freiheit, Unabhängigkeit und einen Neubeginn seiner

Kunst verarbeitet. Das Thema ist der Mensch, die Farben sind zum Teil berauschend

schön, die Formen eruptiv, expressionistisch, die Darstellung bleibt allerdings im

Wesentlichen noch recht gegenständlich.

Ab 1949 ändern sich die private Lebensverhältnisse von Nay – Ordnung kehrt ein

durch die zweite Eheschließung –, und er befasst sich mit der Anfertigung von

zehn Farblithografien, die ihn zwingen, seine Formen in Einzelteile zu zerlegen und

nach Farben getrennt auf die Lithosteine zu übertragen. Diese durch die Technik

erzwungene „Analyse und Synthese“ (Werkverzeichnis II, S. 294) veranlasste Nay,

auch das Ergebnis seiner Bilder nach klar konturierten Symbolen, Zeichen und geometrischen

Formen zu ordnen. Es entstehen Bilder, die zwischen gegenständlicher

und ungegenständlicher Kunst liegen. Die kunstinteressierte Öffentlichkeit nahm

nur wenig Notiz davon, was Nay, der sich seiner Arbeitsweise immer sehr sicher

war, erst recht zu einer besonders großen und reichhaltigen Produktion veranlasste.

„Figurale-Ballett“ nennt Nay das Bild unserer Sammlung, so wie viele Bilder dieser

Phase musikbezogene Titel tragen. Man erkennt auch andeutungsweise Elemente

von Notenschlüsseln und durch Wiederholungen und formale Umkehrungen, die

zu einer klaren, komponierten Bildordnung führen, diesen „fugalen“ Charakter, der

einen tatsächlich an eine Figur von Bach erinnert. Das Bild unserer Sammlung aus

der zeitlichen Mitte der fugalen Phase, ist in zurückhaltenden, dezenten Farben

gemalt – unspektakulär und beruhigend in der Wirkung. Ausgestellt wurde es 1950

in Bad Schwalbach.

DR_Kunstbuch 2_S194-303_240x320 298 12.04.12 16:37 DR_Kunstbuch 2_S194-303_240x320 299 12.04.12 16:37

ernst Wilhelm nAy

FigurAle bAllett, 1950

Öl AuF leinWAnd, 60,3 X 70,4 cm

DR_Kunstbuch 2_S46-135_240x320 55 12.04.12 16:35

DR_Kunstbuch 2_S46-135_240x320 54 12.04.12 16:35

alex KaTZ

ada ON GreeN, 2002

Öl aUf leiNWaNd, 183 x 244 Cm

SiGNierT UNd daTierT „KaTZ 02“ aUf der überlaPPUNG

298 299


Abstract paintings are

paintings of the soul.

of modern art. During the twelve years of the

painting and exhibition ban, a backlog of pentup

creative energy built up amongst the large

number of highly talented young artists at the

time, which erupted explosively into numerous

artists’ ateliers, new groups, exhibitions, art

books and art criticisms after the war.

Immerse yourself in a fascinating pictorial

world of abstraction: Joan Miró, Ernst Wilhelm

Nay, Serge Poliakoff, Francis Bacon,

Georg Baselitz, Rupprecht Geiger, Sean Scully,

Jonathan Meese et al.

With contributions by Helmut Friedel and Peter


54 55


Respiration du Silence

Ruth Martius (ed.)


25 x 30 cm

216 pages witH 150 col. images

eUr (d) 55.00 sFr 75.00

isbn 978-3-86859-195-8

alSo available in geRman:

max WecHSleR

daS atmen deR Stille

iSbn 978-3-86859-190-3

JUne 2012

Hands that are permeated with rich memories

and emotions work on the sheets of newspaper.

These hands rip them up and rearrange

them in new ways, creating the Papiers maroufflés.

The now 86-year-old artist shreds newspaper

pages, then shrinks or enlarges the scraps by

photocopying them repeatedly, thereby making

the words unreadable. “He adds another

dimension to written words: an artistic dimension,”

says the art historian Andreas Haus. His


The first extensive monography of the

work of the artist, who fled from Berlin

from the Nazis when he was thirteen

and since then has been living in Paris.

“Words can not describe this art.”

“The works can not be defined in

terms of language, even though they

make use of letters. Instead they are in

the realm of pure, non-linguistic experience.

This explains the aura of silence

surrounding this significant work.”

Maurice Benhamou

large formats, ranging from granite black to

snow white, have no center, no edge, no top

and no bottom. Only shapes and patterns remain

of their raw material, a sea of randomly

scattered and fragmented letters.

In an interview with Klaus Dermutz, Max

Wechsler speaks about his exile in Paris, his

work and his personal story.

With contributions by Maurice Benhamou,

Klaus Dermutz and Andreas Haus.

Hommage à georges pérec, La disparition, 2001



Art conTemporary arT



Richard Hüttel


23,5 x 31 cm

192 pages witH 130 col.

eUr (d) 48.00 sFr 64.80

isbn 978-3-86859-204-7

november 2012

in der gondel, 2000 paar im Zoo, 1998

Norbert Wagenbrett studied at Leipzig University,

which had been dominated for decades

by the art concepts of Werner Tübke, Bernhard

Heisig and Wolfgang Mattheuer. This “intellectual

painting” was a fertile basis for the artist´s

portraits of people, which were also rooted

in the New Objectivity and the verism of the

nineteen-twenties and nineteen-thirties. However,

Wagenbrett is concerned with the present

day, fervently seeking people’s unknown

faces behind their everyday masks. With his

highly disciplined and delicate painting technique,

he expertly succeeds in making what is

Unterwegs, 2012


characteristic about his models, and their socalled

“inner life,” visible.

“I approach people and look for their dreams

and find their fears, discover degrees of similarity,

see portraits. They are portraits of these

particular people, infinitely unique, incomparable

with any other object in the world, and

yet in everyday public life the faces seem to

resemble each other, to blend into one and to

merge, in the same way as thoughts, which

are no longer one’s own.”

Norbert Wagenbrett


im design (detail), 2004

dore mönkemeyer-corty: magaZine cover For „die reklame“, 1930

WomEn In



Gerda Breuer and

Julia Meer (eds.)


18 x 23 cm

608 pages witH 554 col.

and b/w images

eUro 42.00 sFr 56.80

isbn 978-3-86859-153-8


alSo available

by geRda bReUeR :

max bURcHaRtz

iSbn 978-3-86859-058-6

WeRneR gRaeff

iSbn 978-3-86859-057-9

Since professionalization began, female graphic

designers have been working actively and

successfully, but the artificial synthesis of

masculinity and artistic genius has repeatedly

prevented women—with few exceptions—to

be recognised in “official” design history. Still

today, despite the claim that the gender issue

is obsolete in graphic design, only a tiny percentage

of active female designers enjoy public


This opulently illustrated volume finally sets

out to fill this gap. It presents the most significant

female designers and portrays their paths

to professionalization, with numerous short

biographies alongside essays, sources and detailed

discussions with currently well-known

female designers.

Art desiGn


“...a visually and theoretically highly

inspiring journey through time.“

novum World of Graphic Design

Knowledgeable contributions by Sabine Bartelsheim,

Gerda Breuer, Ute Brüning, Jochen

Eisenbrand, Ellen Lupton, Julia Meer, Ada

Raev, Bettina Richter, Patrick Rössler, Martha

Scotford and Judith Siegmund.

Programmatic texts by Paula Scher, Sheila

Levrant de Bretteville, Natalia Gontscharowa,

Ellen Lupton, Martha Scotford, Véronique

Vienne, Astrid Stavro, Alissa Walker etc.

Interviews with Irma Boom, Paula Scher,

Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Julia Hoffmann,

„Swiss Miss“ Tina Roth Eisenberg, Katja M.

Becker, Anna Berkenbusch, Heike Grebin,

Gisela Grosse, Miriam and Nina Lambert, Iris

Utikal and Judith Grieshaber.


Art urban space


bERLIn 2012

Kunst im öffentlichen Raum

Francine Eggs/Andreas Bitschin/

Marvin Altner (eds.)


15 x 21 cm

80 pages witH approx. 45 col.

eUr (d) 14.95 sFr 20.95

isbn 978-3-86859-193-4

aUgUst 2012

gleiSdReiecK beRlin 2012 |

KUnSt im öffentlicHen RaUm

paRK am gleiSdReiecK/oStpaRK

and ladeStRaSSe of deUtScHeS


21 JUly – 23 SeptembeR, 2012

Art Tendencies


Das Licht im Zeitalter

Rembrandts und Vermeers

Ein Handbuch

Forschungsgruppe Historische

Lichtgefüge (ed.)


14 x 21.5 cm

80 pages witH 13 col. and 33 b/w

images and 3 drawings

eUr (d) 9.95 sFr 12.95

isbn 978-3-86859-185-9


For decades, an inner-city wilderness had developed

in the very heart of Berlin, on a postwar

wasteland to the south of Potsdamer

Platz. 2009 brought tabula rasa for the site of

the former railway station Anhalter Bahnhof.

The municipality, investors and citizens’ movements

competed for planning opportunities

and a share in the sought-after open space.

The historical location at the Gleisdreieck subway

station, where the park lying to the east

was inaugurated in 2011, and where the German

Museum of Technology upgrades the

barracks at the team track (“Ladestrasse”), is

What role does light play in painting? This handbook

pursues one of the central questions of

art history and discusses the following questions,

amongst others, by means of incisive

essays: What distinguishes the new medium

of oil painting in the so-called Golden Age as

regards painting techniques that express new

light effects? How does chiaroscuro as a representative

medium define the illusion of space,

picture composition and temporality? What


the setting for the exhibition GLEISDREIECK

BERLIN 2012.

The two Swiss curators Francine Eggs and

Andreas Bitschin present installations, audio

and interactive works, spatial drawings, photographs,

and performances, which were created

on site by 20 Swiss and Berlin artists and give

the park landscape a new aesthetic and cultural

dimension. The works are commented on in

detail in the exhibition’s accompanying book

of the same name. The site and the exhibition

overlooking the park, as a cultural landscape,

are presented through comprehensive essays.


role does the camera obscura device play in

the experience and creation of new forms of

perception? How does seventeenth-century

painting influence contemporary visual culture?

A selected bibliography and a glossary of

terminology relating to painting with light are


With contributions by Carolin Bohlmann, Thomas

Leinkauf, Yasuhiro Sakamoto, Philipp Weiss.



The Scenario Book

Barbara Steiner on behalf of the Galerie

für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig (ed.)


21 x 29.7 cm

264 pages witH nUmeroUs

b/w and col.

eUr (d) 28.00 sFr 38.00

isbn 978-3-86859-188-0


30 scenarios form the basis of this book, presenting

30 opportunities to consider Europe

from the point of view of art. Ten curators from

Brussels, Istanbul, London, Łódź, Minsk, Novi

Sad, Oslo, San Sebastián, and Taipei were invited

to develop three scenarios each, representing

ways one might approach the variegated

Art conTemporary arT


entity of Europe, its heterogeneity and diversity

of voices. Art hereby raises its voice in the

debate about the lack of an identity in Europe,

its financial crisis and its prospects for the future.

The curators and the artists they invited

deal with the theme of Europe from various




foR IdEnTITy

Annett Zinsmeister


24 x 24 cm

136 pages witH approx. 70

col. and 10 b/w images

eUr (d) 35.00 sFr 48.00

isbn 978-3-86859-194-1

JUly 2012

Annett Zinsmeister works with space and architecture,

with structures and elements that

are taken out of their conventional contexts

and reassembled into new spaces and compositions.

She combines various disciplines (architecture,

art, design, science) and deals with

the subject of architecture through sketches,

photographs, installations, films and sculptured

spaces. The focus is on modular principles,

structures, dealing with utopias and the

identity of spaces, with social interaction, communication,

and the transformation of urban

Art arcHiTecTure


spaces. Her works challenge our perceptions,

reveal daily habits, open up new perspectives

and the unexpected potential of inhospitable

and abandoned spaces. They prompt urban intervention

and transformation processes.

This book provides, for the first time, an overview

over Annett Zinsmeister’s frequently published

transdisciplinary works.

With contributions by Kai-Uwe Hemken, Claus

Pias, Simone Schimpf and others.


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