JOVIS Catalog 2020






Technical Administration Building of Hoechst AG, Frankfurt (Main) © Photo: Kris Scholz,

in: 100 Jahre Moderne in Hessen. Von der Reichsgründung bis zur Ölkrise. Ein Architekturführer, p. 221

Das gelobte Land der Moderne 3

Typisch Posener 4

Surfing Bauhaus. Hessen + Typography 5

100 Jahre Moderne in Hessen 6

Adaptive Re-Use 8

Zentralitäten 4.0 9

Auroville. The City the Earth Needs 10

The Improvisation of Space 12

A Glossary of Urban Voids 13

Amplifier and Complement 14

Shaping Diversity 16

Crossing Borders—Activating Spaces 16

Digital City Science 17

Stadträume bauen 18

Multiple Campus 19

Vom Ruhrgebiet zur Metropole Ruhr 20

Dortmunder Passagen 21

Düsseldorf 22

Beyond the Port City 23

Architectures of Science 24

Public! 26

Architectural Policy in Finland 27

visions4people 28

Neo-Historismus? 29

The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture 30

Räume für Kinder 32

Fuzhou Strait Culture and Art Centre 33

The Future Is Up 34

speech: 23—Industrial 36

speech: 24—Temporary 36

TCHOBAN VOSS Architects 37

New Social Housing 38

Experiment Wohnbau 40

Ausbauhaus 41

Lincoln Revisited 42

Re:Eden 43

What Is Co-dividuality? 44

Funktionen der Architektur 45

GAM.16—gewohnt: un/common 46

Raummaschine 47

City Life Collage 48

Raumreiz 49

Hochweit 2019 49

The Photobook in Art and Society 51

Frauenkloster Klosterfrauen 52

Rapport 54

Kunst im UmBau 55

Formful Wood 56

Heimliche Welten im Neuen Palais 57

Monastic 58

From our Backlist 60

Authors and Editors 63

Academic Partners 64

Jerusalem, The National Library of Israel, 1960, photo: private


#reisefotografie #gustafdalman

Das gelobte Land

der Moderne

Deutsche Reisefotografien zwischen Aleppo und Alexandria

Karin Berkemann

Gustaf Dalman did not place much stock in snapshots. When the German theologian

traveled between Aleppo and Alexandria beginning in 1899, he took his

time. He observed, made use of his notebook and a plate camera: with objectivity

and style, always treating his counterpart as an equal, be it a human being or a

folding shovel. Until his death in 1941, Dalman collected around 20,000 photographs

in Greifswald—taken by himself and by others—of a cultural landscape

moving toward modernity. For the first time, the theologian and art historian Karin

Berkemann will comprehensively evaluate this collection: unique in Europe, from

the perspective of visual studies, comparing it with photographs taken by German

travelers from 1948 onwards, after the founding of the State of Israel. Some of

these photographers used the camera to seek out what was ancient, while others

looked for the signs of a new era. Spanning decades, the photographs today form

a multilayered topography of a region considered sacred by three world religions

and countless others with a belief in culture.

Elhosn, Teacher, 1899/1900, photo: Gustaf Dalman

© Gustaf Dalman Institute Greifswald


approx. 20 × 26 cm

256 pages, 170 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-603-8


Amman, 1959, photo: private, via WDR Digit


#häusergeschichten #juliusposener

Typisch Posener

Katrin Voermanek

Without doubt, the most beautiful aspect of Julius Posener's legacy, lies in his

language. Though trained as an architect, Posener changed the face of Berlin

without constructing a single building. Instead, he used his writing to save buildings

from demolition. In nine histories of individual buildings, Katrin Voermanek

traces the footsteps of Posener, an architectural historian, critic, and activist

who died in 1996. The book sheds light on how Posener advanced his fight

to preserve architectural heritage and how he articulated his criticism of new

buildings: sometimes impulsively, sometimes strategically, always grounded

in a profound erudition, with humor and a gentle eloquence that remains

unparalleled today. The short accounts—which include the Schaubühne, the

Künstlerhaus Bethanien, the Babylon movie theater, and two villas by Hermann

Muthesius, among others—bring to life Berlin's architectural Zeitgeist between

the 1960s and 1990s and demonstrate both the necessity and effectiveness of

committed architectural criticism.


14 × 23 cm

152 pages, 16 unicol.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-593-2


T ypisch Posener



Typisch Posener

ICC, 1980 © Landesarchiv Berlin

Julius Posener, approx. 1985 © Baukunstarchiv / Jill Posener

Kino Babylon, 1991 © Landesarchiv Berlin


Surfing Bauhaus

Hessen + Typography

Links, Data, Texts, Quotes, References,

and more

Tobias Becker / Sandra Hoffmann Robbiani (eds.)




Every day, new artifacts related to the Bauhaus surface online,

and with the 100 th anniversary of the school, the number is

reaching a peak. Surfing Bauhaus confronts this flood of information

and approaches the institution Bauhaus in a contemporary

way. Becker and Hoffmann Robbiani focus on Bauhaus

representatives who had a connection to Hesse and worked

typographically. Using Internet search engines, they collect,

filter, and combine digital results with material researched

using more classic methods, from archives and libraries. In

their search, the editors—a graphic designer and a professor

of typography and communication design—work by association,

provoking forms of digression and meandering, switching

between English and German, and thus achieving an open

perspective on the Bauhaus: a compilation of essays, links,

data, references, and anecdotes, retrieved in 2019. No claim to


With contributions by Kai Buchholz, Tine

Melzer, Michael Mischler and Christoph

Stähli Weisbrod, Sabrina Rahman, Dan

Reynolds, and Florian Walzel

#bauhaus100 #typografie





L I N K S , DATA ,






Karl Peter Röhl, Komposition, 1926, Gouache on Cardboard,

63 x 47,5 cm, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen

© Klassik Stiftung Weimar / Karl Peter Röhl Stiftung


21 × 29.7 cm

248 pages, num. col. and b/w


EUR (D) 33.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-601-4



100 Jahre Moderne

in Hessen

Von der Reichsgründung bis zur Ölkrise

Ein Architekturführer

Kai Buchholz / Philipp Oswalt (eds.)

For many, flat roofs, white façades, and large glass surfaces—the so-called

Bauhaus style—are hallmarks of modern architecture. On the occasion of the

100 th anniversary of the Bauhaus as an internationally renowned institution, this

unique architectural guide aims to correct such one-sided and reductive views.

The development of new building types—whether railway stations or shopping

centers, company headquarters or museums, zoos or nuclear power plants—is

more important than outward appearance. Focusing on exemplary buildings in

Hesse, the guide uncovers backgrounds and makes them tangible. The spectrum

ranges from Ernst May’s residential house in Frankfurt to the Biblis nuclear power

plant, Metzendorf’s buildings for the Odenwald School, the Ernst-Moritz-Arndt

barracks in Neustadt, and the Frankfurt Zoological Garden. The book shows that

modern surroundings rest upon architects whose different visions of people and

society—cast in stone, concrete, steel, or glass—continue to decisively shape our

everyday lives to this day. Clearly organized according to building types, with

numerous illustrations, maps, and floor plans, the volume makes for stimulating



15 × 20.5 cm

584 pages, 130 col. and 420 b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-583-3


#bauhaus100 #hessen

100 Jahre




Von der Reichsgründung


zur Ölkrise

Hg. Kai Buchholz und Philipp Oswalt

Ein Architekturführer

Hauptpost Marburg © Photo: Kris Scholz



Hochzeitsturm Darmstadt © Photo: Kris Scholz


#densification #postwarhousing

Adaptive Re-Use

Strategies for Post-War Modernist Housing

Maren Harnack / Natalie Heger / Matthias Brunner (eds.)

In prosperous regions, housing markets are under significant pressure.

With the focus on preserving land and developing brownfield sites, postwar

housing estates are being earmarked for densification, as their density

is perceived as rather low and the ownership is often concentrated in the

hands of only a few publicly owned housing associations. In this setting,

postwar estates are in danger of losing their characteristic spatial structures

and landscaping.

Adaptive Re-Use discusses strategies for the development of post-war housing

by referring to European case studies from the period of 1945 to 1975.

The contributions in this edited volume show how housing estates from

different European countries are listed and preserved, and how architectural

fabric can be adapted to meet today’s needs, while exploring the strategies

applied to ensure the future development of large-scale housing.


16.5 × 24 cm

192 pages, 50 col.


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-611-3





#raumpolitik #digitalisierung

Zentralitäten 4.0

Raumpolitiken Im Zuge der Digitalisierung und neue Mobilität zeichnet sich auf dem ein rasanter Lande Wandel der Strukturen des

Einzelhandels, der Mobilitätsangebote und der Daseinsvorsorge ab. Dieser Wandel

Philipp beeinflusst Oswalt auch / Stefan die Ent-wicklung Rettich (eds.) der Mittelzentren in Deutschland. Angesichts

zunehmender Disparitäten zwischen den ländlichen Räumen und den Metropolregionen

the 1930s, verändert Walter Christaller sich die used Rolle new media der Mittelzentren to work out his ohnehin central place seit theory Jahren. by In counting

telephone lines to identify centralities that connected multiple spaces. Today, digitization has

a formative effect on space—on cities, the countryside, and mobility. Or when it is lacking, spatial

oppositions Durch technologische are the result. The Neuerungen contributions wie to this Onlinehandel, book offer introductory autonomes examination Fahren oder of the

effects Telemedizin of digitization ist damit on space zu rechnen, and deal with dass the manche topicality of zentralörtlichen Christaller’s central Funktionen place theory. noch The

book weiter does modifiziert so both theoretically werden. and In practically, Zukunft werden by examining einzelne spatial kommunale policies of current Aufgaben regional durch

development programs, different conceptions of public services, and the tasks of medium-sized

Koproduktion zivilgesellschaftlicher Akteure gestützt, durch neue Angebote ersetzt

centers in urban and rural areas. The second part of the book discusses which structural changes

oder gar ganz entfallen, aber auch neue Aufgaben hinzukommen.

are to be expected in the course of digitization, especially through new mobility, and how this might

affect the attractiveness of rural areas and the tasks of medium-sized towns. Finally, it examines the

causes of populist tendencies and experiences of loss produced by processes of globalization and

Die ursprünglichen Steuerungsmodelle der Raumordnung, die unter ganz anderen

social division, as well as right-wing extremist developments rural areas.

ökonomischen und technischen Rahmenbedingungen entwickelt wurden, müssen

langfristig an diese Veränderungen angepasst werden.


16.5 × 24 cm

192 pages, 60 b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-622-9




Toskana des Nordens


Chemnitz / Dresden









Halle / Leipzig

Mansfelder Land




Bad Lauterberg

Herzberg am Harz


Halle / Leipzig




Halle / Leipzig









Bad Grund

Osterode am Harz





Halle / Leipzig










Bad Harzburg




Westharz Regenerativ



Bad Salzgitter


Magdeburg / Berlin


Burgensaum / Industriegürtel

Wolfsburg /


Republic of Harz, Scenario for IBA Stadtumbau 2010 © KARO* /


#rogeranger #idealisticcity

Auroville. The City the Earth Needs

Roger Anger’s Visions for Urbanism

Anupama Kundoo

Roger Anger (1923–2008) was one of the most prolific architects in France during the 1950s and 1960s. His

unique architectural language is characterized by sculptural plasticity and individualized, timeless modernity.

In 1965, he was appointed chief architect of Auroville, an idealistic city conceived in South India. The city’s

founder, Mirra Alfassa, asked the architect to design “the city the earth needs” as a model city for 50,000

inhabitants. The experimental nature of the Auroville project, in the context of rapidly urbanizing India, took

up Alfassa’s whole-hearted attention, where he set standards for the city of the future that could serve as

a replicable model. He also undertook work for other new towns in India such as Vijaynagar, Kudremukh,

Faridabad, and Salem.


30.5 × 22.5 cm

160 pages, 240 col.


EUR (D) 39.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-609-0



#rogeranger #idealisticcity

Auroville. The City the Earth Needs

Roger Anger’s Visions for Urbanism

Anupama Kundoo

Also available in French:

ISBN: 978-3-86859-618-2


#christopherdell #urbandesign

The Improvisation of Space

Christopher Dell

This volume investigates one of the most significant shifts in contemporary urban

research: the shift from an object- to an action-related perspective on the city.

Outlining a critical urban theory from an improvisational perspective, the book

shows why this transition might change our understanding of the city at large

and make us reconsider the role of architecture and urban design, as well as their

representations. The German theorist, composer, and musician Christopher Dell,

widely known for his performances and teaching in urban design, explores the

question of making in a constellation of matter, things, embodiment, active living,

and discourse. Insightful and engagingly written, this extraordinary volume offers,

for the first time in English, a far-reaching narrative that examines the improvisation

of space and reflects multifaceted aspects of the city today. The book

assembles a unique collection of images and essays, providing a substantial new

contribution and advancement in the field of urban research.


Christopher Dell





Christopher Dell


17 × 24 cm

256 pages, 50 b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-602-1


Constructlab: Mont Réel. How to Build a mountain © Constructlab / Carla Rangel


#urbanvoid #publicspace

A Glossary of Urban Voids

Sergio Lopez-Pineiro

This book is a critiqued collection of over 200 terms regularly used to name the

urban void, from terrain vague to buffer zone. As the landscape architect James

Corner has pointed out, a void cannot be labeled because “to name it is to claim

it in some way.” By listing existing terms, A Glossary of Urban Voids attempts to

name the unnamable, to define that which should have no precise definition.

It records terms, names, and labels used to designate leftover spaces, resulting

from processes of urban abandonment, that originate from some kind of obsolescence

or loss. In addition to their obvious consequences, these processes of

abandonment open up space, liberating it from existing ideological frameworks

(financial, capital, cultural …), allowing divergent spatialities to emerge, and ultimately

offering opportunities to imagine and conceptualize an alternative type

of public space. Using the glossary as an intellectual tool, this book presents the

most relevant questions on the issue of the urban void and its potential role as

public space.









15 × 21 cm

240 pages, 30 b/w


EUR (D) 28.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-604-5



can be developed. [See: Abalos and

Herreros, 206.]

artificial landscape without cultural


1. Usage: When I was teaching at

Cooper Union in the first year or two

of the ‘50s, someone told me how I

could get on to the unfinished New

Jersey Turnpike. I took three students

and drove from somewhere in the

Meadows to New Brunswick. It was

a dark night and there were no lights

or shoulder markers, lines, railings or

anything at all except the dark pavement

moving through the landscape

of the flats, rimmed by hills in the

distance, but punctuated by stacks,

towers, fumes and colored lights. This

drive was a revealing experience. The

road and much of the landscape was

artificial, and yet it couldn’t be called

a work of art. On the other hand, it

did something for me that art had

never done … The experience on the

road was something mapped out but

not socially recognized. I thought to

myself, it ought to be clear that’s the

end of art. Most paintings look pretty

pictorial after that. There is no way

you can frame it, you just have to

experience it. Later I discovered some

abandoned airstrips in Europe—abandoned

works, Surrealist landscapes,

something that had nothing to do

with any function, created worlds

without tradition. Artificial landscape

without cultural precedent began to

dawn on me. [Quoting Tony Smith.

See: Wagstaff, 14.]

as found

1. Usage: In architecture, the “as found”

aesthetic was something we thought

we named in the early 1950s when

we first knew Nigel Henderson and

saw in his photographs a perceptive

recognition of the actuality

around his house in Bethnal Green:

children’s pavement play-graphics;

repetition of “kind” in doors used

as site hoardings; the items in the

detritus on bombed sites, such as the

old boot, heaps of nails, fragments

of sack or mesh and so on … Thus

the “as found” was a new seeing of

the ordinary, an openness as to how

prosaic “things” could re-energise

our inventive activity. [See: Smithson,

Alison and Peter, 201.]

black holes

1. the in-between scenes of landscape

beauty; we travel daily through a

multitude of unexplained black holes;

dominant feature of peripheries and

urbanized countries. [See: Girot, 100.]

2. we need to consider these long

non-entities as probably equally significant

as the most celebrated vistas

of the Alps; require a long process of

aesthetic acceptance; need more time

and memory to decant their specific

identity and to operate a veritable

change in our appreciation of them.

[See: Girot, 100.]

3. unplanned and nameless landscapes;

nondescript places; very ugly and

banal places. [See: Girot, 100-101.]

4. these blind “after the fact” environments—call

them landscapes if you

will—require both discernment and

an exquisite intuition to make any

kind of sense out of them. [See: Girot,


blank space

1. readily accessible, openly shared, yet

non-descript, banal, and ordinary;

lack of identity and (re)cognizance; genericized

form of space; undesigned,

unbuilt, and open. [See: Corner, 125.]


1. from block and lot, i.e. a block of lots;

when a homeowner takes, borrows,

or buys one or more adjacent lots,

the connected lots form a blot. [See:

Interboro, 243.]



While this book is a glossary of terms used to discuss urban

vacancy, the term urban void will be used as a default label

throughout the book to refer to the urban spaces that are

the subject of this book. Since the objective of this book

is to define and portray the constellation of terms used to

discuss urban vacancy, it must be clear that this decision is

obviously made for practical reasons only.

The term void, however, typically projects bad connotations

when discussing urban spaces—primarily those

of emptiness and nothingness—and, thus, the expression

urban void could be misunderstood. In fact, people interested

in the redefinition of the city according to other ideologies

or points of view that are not exclusively economic

(ecological sustainability or social diversity, for example)

might argue that these spaces are not empty: in fact, they

are full of other alternative (non-economical) potentials.

Due to their marginality, these spaces offer opportunities

(again ecological or social as an example) that other public

spaces do not—and cannot. Following this line of thought,

it could be argued then, that another term—even if it is

only for practical reasons—should be used.

However, the term void is not used in this book to

imply that these spaces are emptied of everything. As the

reader will see, the term void—along with many others that

could offer similar controversies—implies that these spaces

are emptied of the value that is associated with the prevailing

ideology of cities as places of capital accumulation.

But this emptiness (of capital, real state value, efficacy, or

production) is precisely what enables for other sensibilities



#stadtentwicklung #urbanepraktiken

Amplifier and Complement

About the Relationship between Urban Planning,

Artistic Practices, and Cultural Institutions

Isabel Maria Finkenberger / Eva-Maria Baumeister /

Christian Koch (eds.)

Increasingly often, new protagonists from the arts and culture are becoming

involved in processes of urban development, participating in unconventional

ways in the design of urban spaces. This is no coincidence, because many of the

urban development challenges of today require abilities that go beyond traditional

planning tools. What is the relationship between urban planning, artistic

practices, and cultural institutions: do they merely complement each other, or do

they mutually amplify each other? This volume gathers perspectives from different

disciplines that understand changing urban practices, as well as constantly

changing hierarchies and power relationships, as an opportunity to think differently

about places, institutions, and those involved, and about forms of organization

and action.

With contributions from Hilke Marit Berger, Marta Doehler-Behzadi, Christoph

Grafe, Saskia Hebert, Hanna Hinrichs, Kay von Keitz, Thomas Malorny, Tobi

Müller, Berthold Schneider, Birgit Schneider-Bönninger, Uwe Schneidewind,

Renée Tribble, and Stephan Willinger, among others


17 × 24 cm

272 pages, 20 col. and 50 b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-578-9


© Van Abbemuseum / Peter Cox

© IBA Thüringen

© Schauspiel Köln / Ana Lukenda




Naomi Alcaide

Christian Höcke


Vielfalt gestalten | Shaping Diversity

Vielfalt gestalten

Ansätze zur Förderung

der sozialen Kohäsion

in Europas Städten

Shaping Diversity

Approaches to Promoting

Social Cohesion in

European Cities

Naomi Alcaide | Christian Höcke (Hrsg.)

Shaping Diversity

Approaches to Promoting Social Cohesion

in European Cities

Naomi Alcaide / Christian Höcke (eds.)

for the vhw Bundesverband für Wohnen und


Diversity in Europe’s cities and societies is increasing—and

with it, the need to strengthen social cohesion. Today, this

seems more necessary than ever, as societies are becoming

more diverse and their cohesion finds itself challenged

by radical economic, ecological, social, and political

change. The contributions to this volume demonstrate

how these challenges are being met at the local level of

cities and urban districts. Contributors from municipal politics,

science, administration, community social work, and

urban planning engage with various approaches that aim to

successfully achieve social cohesion in Europe.


20 × 24 cm

208 pages, 76 col.


EUR (D) 24.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-597-0


Forschungslabor Raum 3:

Crossing Borders—

Activating Spaces

Transnational Approaches of

Spatial Planning in Europe

Internationales Doktorandenkolleg—

Forschungslabor Raum (ed.)

The challenges of spatial development in Europe can only

be met through transdisciplinary cooperation. In a continent

that is dynamically changing and undergoing complex

processes of transformation, new and integrated methods

for planning and design are needed to strengthen cohesion

between Europe's countries and regions. This book focuses

on current issues of landscape and residential development,

mobility, demography, energy, and climate, as well

as on material flows—and on the spatial manifestation of

all these phenomena. The contributions deal with topics

such as the labor and housing markets and their increased

integration, or concepts of infrastructure and landscape

planning in border regions. Under the guiding theme of

Crossing Borders—Activating Spaces, the book explores

possibilities of cross-border concepts and strategies, while

also testing tools and procedures apt for this task.


17 × 24 cm

320 pages, 150 col.


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-573-4



#metropolitanresearch #digitalcity

Perspectives in Metropolitan Research 6:

Digital City Science. Researching New

Technologies in Urban Environments

Raphael Schwegmann / Gesa Ziemer / Jörg Rainer Noennig (eds.)

How do science and technology shape future cities—and how do cities shape science and technology in

return? Who are the architects and actors behind these processes? Driven by a transdisciplinary approach,

Perspectives in Metropolitan Research 6 will elaborate on the intertwinements of science, technology, and

cities. The contributions will discuss recent theoretical approaches on how to look at the intersection between

digitalization and cities scientifically, as well as how to define one’s role as a researcher. What are the assumptions

that guide our view while researching? What does it mean to work transdisciplinarily with a focus on the

future of cities? In sum, this edition offers an overview of current perspectives on the Digital City. It is conceptualized

as a forum for academic exchange on different methods, methodologies, measurements, and materials;

on theories, treasures, toys, and tools; and on power, prestige, problems, and perfection of/in digital city


This volume is based on contributions to this year’s City Science Summit (CSS 2019), a global conference

hosted by the CityScienceLab at HafenCity University Hamburg in cooperation with the MIT Media Lab. The

summit looked towards future cities that are more livable and innovative in using novel technologies for urban

decision-making, design, and operation. In addition to academic members and researchers of the City Science

Network, the summit also welcomed international mayors, established experts, and high-level CEOs.


16.5 × 24 cm

192 pages, 100 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-600-7


© CityScienceLab


#innerestadtentwicklung #hamburg

Hamburg – Positionen, Pläne, Projekte 1:

Stadträume bauen

Olaf Bartels / Behörde für Stadtentwicklung

und Wohnen (eds.)

Hamburg is growing. Germany‘s largest port city is getting ready to have

more than 1.9 million residents by 2030. For some time now, the city has

been pursuing an ambitious construction program, with a focus on inner

city development: the new buildings on the northern banks of the Elbe

River, HafenCity, or the strategy “Sprung über die Elbe” (Leap across the

Elbe) stand for development strategies on a grand scale.

How should Hamburg continue to develop? What will its priorities be in the

future? Hamburg’s urban development planning is placing a new emphasis

on the city’s outskirts and the urban spaces along its main thoroughfares:

postwar modernist housing developments are to be upgraded in order to

preserve affordable living space and make modern workplaces possible.

The goal is an effective mix of uses and new urban quality of life.

This book shows Hamburg in the international discourse of urban development.

It presents the most important projects and protagonists from the

fields of architecture, urban planning, and landscape design, while allowing

users and initiatives to have a voice.

Visualisierung Baakenhafen Baufeld 92a @ Bloomimages/Ditting/GWG


19.5 × 29.5 cm

160 pages, 200 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-625-0


Internationales Bauforum 2019 | Magistralen @ Behörde für Stadtentwicklung und Wohnen / Michael Zapf


#multiplecampus #universitäthamburg

Multiple Campus

Szenarien für die Universität der Zukunft

Paolo Fusi

University of Hamburg (ed.)

What will the urban campus of the future look like? Academia is undergoing

massive change as it faces increasingly complex challenges—and with it, cities

are changing, too. Paolo Fusi describes the “multiple campus” as a place of

knowledge transfer that enables new models for creatively and innovatively

researching, working, and living in the city. Focusing first on the Universität

Hamburg, he then examines the development of urban campuses worldwide,

evaluating architectural and conceptual tendencies. Turning to exemplary projects

that have developed over time, been recently realized, or are in the planning

stages, in New York, Chicago, Lausanne, London, Trondheim, and Copenhagen,

he examines instruments for designing architectural and spatial types. These

future scenarios complement his morphological analysis of the Hamburg city

campus and his consideration of its historical emergence.

Swiss brochure with flaps

21.5 × 31 cm

280 pages, 450 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 38.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-598-7


Makro Meso Mikro

New York

Manhattanville Campus

Grafik: © Johannes Bouchain/

Nicolai Bouchain. Kartendaten:

© OpenStreetMap-Mitwirkende,

Gebäudedaten: Department of

Information Technology & Telecommunications

(DoITT), City of New

York; geplante Gebäudedaten auf

Basis eines Lageplans der Columbia


Grafik: © Johannes Bouchain/

Nicolai Bouchain. Kartendaten: ©


Ein neuer Standort im

historischen urbanen Raster

3 4 5



Blick auf den Platz im

Süden des neuen Manhattanville

Campus mit

dem Lenfest Center for

Die Columbia University ist eine der großen traditionsreichen

Universitäten der Stadt New York

und eine der ältesten der Vereinigten Staaten. Sie

wurde 1754 gegründet, ist seit jeher an unterschied-

College Campus der City University of New York

(CUNY). Topografisch ist Manhattanville insofern

besonders, als dass dieses Viertel zum Teil nicht

erhöht über dem Hudson River liegt, wie die an-

the Arts im Hintergrund

lichen Standorten in Manhattan beheimatet und

grenzenden Viertel, sondern in einem Taleinschnitt


Übersichtsplan der Stadt

New York mit der Lage

hat heute über 32.000 Studierende 1 . Die heutigen

Standorte der Universität liegen im nördlichen Teil

von Manhattan nahe dem Hudson River. Der Haupt-

entlang der heutigen 125th Street.

Das nun in Bau befindliche Areal des neuen

Manhattanville Campus im Westen des Stadtvier-

des Manhattanville

Campus (schwarzer

Punkt) und des Financial

Districts (grauer Punkt)

M 1:50.0000

campus befindet sich im Stadtviertel Morningside

Heights in einem 13 Hektar großen Bereich um die

116th Street. Der zweite, 8,1 Hektar umfassende

Campus mit der Medizinischen Fakultät liegt im

tels war bereits in den 1980er und 1990er Jahren

Bestandteil unterschiedlicher Revitalisierungsprojekte

gewesen. Es liegt in einem bisher durch gewerblich-industrielle

Bauten, Lagerhäuser, Garagen


Lageplan des Manhattanville

Campus mit bestehenden

und geplanten

Stadtviertel Washington Heights in Höhe der 165th

Street. Die zunehmende urbane Verdichtung von

Manhattan schränkt die räumlichen Erweiterungsmöglichkeiten

der Universität stark ein, weshalb

und große Parkplätze geprägten Gebiet innerhalb

der typischen Blockstruktur Manhattans. Die vernachlässigten

öffentlichen Räume im Viertel und

die fehlende Anbindung an den Hudson-River wa-


M 1:10.000

lange nach geeigneten Flächen für einen weiteren

Campus gesucht wurde, bis die Entscheidung fiel,

ren Anlass für eine enge Zusammenarbeit zwischen

Universität und Stadt, um das Projekt für eine


Tabelle: Übertragbarkeit

einen neuen Universitätscampus im Stadtviertel

Manhattanville zu errichten. Inzwischen wurden

gleichzeitige urbane Aufwertung des gesamten Gebiets

zu nutzen. Dies manifestierte sich in besonde-

der Planungs- und Gestaltungsprinzipen


Beispiels Manhattanville

Campus auf die Standorte

der Universität Hamburg

die ersten Gebäude fertiggestellt.

Manhattanville: vom industriellen Viertel zum

urbanen Universitätscampus

rer Form 2009 mit dem West Harlem Community

Benefits Agreement (CBA), das zwischen der Universität

und der lokalen Entwicklungsgesellschaft

vereinbart wurde. Zuvor war die nötige Flächenum-

Im Jahr 2003 begann eine enge Zusammenar-

widmung zur universitären Nutzung bereits 2007

beit der Universität mit Politik und Verwaltung in

von der Stadt genehmigt worden. 2 Trotz weiter

West Harlem für eine Konversion eines Teils von

anhaltender Kritik an der rigorosen Umstrukturie-

Manhattanville auf Höhe der 125th Street zu einer

rung und urbanen Verdichtung des Viertels und

verdichteten universitären Nutzung innerhalb der

der Verdrängung der alteingesessenen Gewerbe-

bestehenden Blockstrukturen. Historisch gesehen

betriebe kann diese Entwicklung aus stadtplane-

ein Dorf weit nördlich der Tore des damaligen New

rischer Sicht sehr positiv bewertet werden, gerade

Yorker Stadtgebiets, entwickelte sich der Westen

weil der neue Campus sich hier sehr weit zur Stadt

Manhattanvilles im Laufe des 19. Jahrhunderts zu

öffnen wird und eine introvertierte bzw. simulierte

einem pulsierenden, stark industriell geprägten

Urbanität, wie sie in der Vergangenheit bei zahlrei-

Gebiet. Aber auch akademische Einrichtungen spie-

chen Campusanlagen geschaffen wurde und – zum

len im Stadtviertel seit dem 19. Jahrhundert eine

Beispiel beim Campus Morningside Heights 3 – ver-

wichtige Rolle. So befindet sich dort auch der City

mieden wird.


88 | 89


#metropoleruhr #stadtderstädte

Vom Ruhrgebiet zur Metropole Ruhr

Die Entwicklung einer Region

Karola Geiß-Netthöfel / Dieter Nellen / Wolfgang Sonne (eds.)

for the Regionalverband Ruhr (RVR)

In the twenty-first century, the Ruhr area—with 5.1 million inhabitants, the largest conurbation in Germany—finds itself poised

between historical preservation and modernization: the region still stands for its mining past and its postindustrial transformation,

and yet it also offers an example of sustainable urban and regional development. The more the structural change of

the region advances, the more the Ruhr area reflects a pattern common to many cities internationally: the in-between urban

spaces become more connected to the densely populated centers that are traditionally found in European cities.

This book is being published on the occasion of the 100 th anniversary of the Siedlungsverband Ruhrkohlenbezirk, now the

Regionalverband Ruhr. This organization was founded in 1920, at the beginning of the Weimar Republic, as a planning and

environmental body and is today still the largest metro administrative body in Europe. The volume offers a programmatic

agenda for the future. It documents the history, strategy, and governance of the Regionalverband Ruhr as a network organization

for regional management that has jointly been responsible for internationally renowned lead projects such as the IBA Emscher

Park, RUHR.2010—European Capital of Culture, Ruhrtriennale, Green Infrastructure, and the IGA Metropole Ruhr 2027.

Using texts, images, and plans, it vividly depicts the inner master plan for the Ruhr metropolis, producing a master narrative—

not least of all for the areas of soft regionalization, culture, tourism, industrial culture, and economic and scientific marketing

in the “city of cities.”


24 × 32 cm

340 pages, 200 col.


EUR (D) 45.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-584-0


Halde Haniel Ruhrtriennale / Michael Kneffel / Ruhrtriennale 2012

Backstein wurde von den

„Hütten“ bis zu den „Palästen“

der Industriezeit verwendet:

Wohnblock Lenten insel und

Union Verwaltungsgebäude.

146 Materialien



#soundderstadt #dortmund

Dortmunder Passagen

Ein Stadtführer

Stefan Mühlhofer / Wolfgang Sonne / Barbara Welzel (eds.)

Five routes lead through Dortmund and follow the sound of the city: paths,

water, materials, town and countryside, and public spaces. These routes cross

Dortmund’s urban area, rendering history, the present, and geographical features

visible and understandable in specific places. The hubs of these urban explorations

are museums, industrial monuments, and the municipal church St. Reinoldi.

The routes include aristocratic manors, parks, gas pipelines, village structures and

churches going back to medieval times, buildings from postwar modernity, areas

of industrialization and structural change, and colleges. Dortmunder Passagen

opens up new perspectives and invites the reader to explore the city.


14 × 19 cm

288 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 15.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-572-7


blöcke mit begrünten Innenhöfen an Straßen und Plätzen

gruppiert und bieten günstigen Wohnraum in großstädtischen

vier- bis fünfgeschossigen Häusern.

In der Nachkriegszeit wurde Backstein gerne als bescheidenes

Material im Zeichen eines demutsvollen Neubeginns

verwendet. So etwa bei der Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche, die

als eine von 48 Notkirchen des Architekten Otto Bartning

1949 an der Markgrafenstraße in Selbstbauweise durch

die Gemeinde errichtet wurde. Oder beim Wiederaufbau

des Museums am Ostwall, dem heutigen Baukunstarchiv

NRW, das 1956 eine einfache, aber solide Ummantelung

aus hellem Backstein erhielt. Wie erfolgreich die Wiederaufnahme

des Backsteins als quartierprägendes Baumaterial

sein kann, zeigt der Technologiepark westlich des Universitätscampus:

Hier war 1985 der Backstein eine Vorgabe

der Gestaltungssatzung, so dass ein harmonisch-charaktervolles

Gewerbegebiet entstand – wahrlich eine Seltenheit

für diese Bauaufgabe!

EISEN UND STAHL: Die Material-Route führt von Zollern II/

IV in südöstlicher Richtung zur Rheinischen Straße zum

Verwaltungsgebäude für die Union Aktiengesellschaft

für Bergbau, Eisen- und Stahlindustrie (gegründet

1872). Stahl für Gleisanlagen und Fahrzeuge, Maschinen

und Waffen, Bauwerke und Konstruktionsteile – ein universell

verwendbarer Werkstoff. Hier an der Rheinischen

Straße war er für den Stahlkonzern auch das Baumaterial

– zumindest in der Konstruktion versteckt. Das Architekturbüro

Dietrich und Karl Schulze erbaute 1916–1922 den

imposanten Klinkerbau. Er trägt an der Fassade die Inschrift

„Es lobe den Mann die Arbeit und die Tat“ und orientiert

sich in den Formen deutlich am Mannesmann-Verwaltungsgebäude,

das Peter Behrens 1912 in Düsseldorf erbauen

ließ. Beide Bauten nehmen in ihrer blockhaften Geschlossenheit

den Typ des italienischen Renaissance-Palazzo

auf – in dieser Neorenaissance wollte sich das reiche Bürgertum

im „Bürgertum“ von Florenz des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts

spiegeln, dem es sich kulturell verbunden fühlte.

Dennoch ist das imposante Gebäude, das die Bedeutung


#rheinmetropole #stadtentwicklung


Stadtentwicklung in der wachsenden Metropole am Rhein

Thomas Geisel / Dieter Nellen / Cornelia Zuschke / Stadt Düsseldorf (eds.)

Düsseldorf is growing—in both its economy and its urban space. Yet the metropolis on the Rhine

is doing so not by reinventing itself but by gaining new qualities. As in other, similar European

metropolises, this wave of development offers an opportunity to further raise the profile of

architecture and urban development and to launch projects in public space, art, culture, and

infrastructure, with contemporary forms of living and new mobility. Düsseldorf regularly scores

highly on rankings of quality of life, and it profits from its location on the Rhine and the urban

development of the river’s banks. This publication provides a compact overview of current key

projects, formats, areas, addresses, competitions, and participation initiatives in the state capital

of North Rhine-Westphalia. It gives voice to the City of Düsseldorf and its main actors.


19.5 × 29.5 cm

160 pages, 200 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-624-3


© Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf – Vermessungs- und Katasteramt

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 km

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 km


#portuality #threshold

Beyond the Port City

The Condition of Portuality and the Threshold’s Field

Beatrice Moretti

Portuality is a concept that has long been rooted in several urban centers. It

denotes a territorial quality specific to those cities and developed through strong

relationships with their own port. Beyond the Port City recognizes portuality as

a specific condition and suggests that the urban-port threshold could emerge

as one major symbolic field of exploration. This unique threshold materializes

along the margin between the two authorities, namely in that space where the

city and the port are side by side. It is marked by an administrative boundary that

becomes an accumulator of transit: a fragmented space where the juxtapositions

take sufficient shape to acquire a dimension and to be recognizable.

This book updates the old city-port dichotomy and outlines a new vision in

which the port city is a forma urbis affected by the speed of changing processes

and influenced by the factors that are embodied in its territorial palimpsest.

Softcover with flaps

17 × 24 cm

216 pages, 32 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-613-7



viabilità principale

viabilità secondaria


confine urbano-portuale

soglia urbano-portuale



U R B A N O - P O R T U A L E


44°24 25.87 N 8°56 02.34 E

The Urban-Port Threshold Map: Genoa

© B. Moretti, 2019

Genoa-Prà Terminal © Autorità di Sistema Portuale del Mar Ligure Occidentale


Architectures of Science

The Berlin Universities and Their Development

in Urban Space

#wissenslandschaft #berlinuniversities



Arne Schirrmacher / Maren Wienigk (eds.)

In Berlin, science, architecture, and the city are interwoven in a unique way:

what was originally a single palace in the historic center gradually developed to

become a comprehensive academic landscape, in which three large universities

today shape the city. Taking a multiperspectival approach, this architectural guide

asks how the growth of Berlin as a metropolis has been linked to the development

of science and how its various disciplines have been able to realize their

demands for buildings to carry out research and teaching and to hold scientific

collections. In five chapters, the authors guide readers through various locations

in Mitte, Charlottenburg, Dahlem, Adlershof, and Buch and show how questions

about the representation and functionality of buildings, their conversion, or even

their relocation to the outskirts of the city were reconciled with the expansion of

infrastructure and contemporary ideas about urban planning. The book’s critical

and detailed look at the architectures of science, the genesis of which it traces

over more than two centuries, sheds new light on Berlin’s university landscape.

At the same time, it allows readers to rediscover the political and social zeitgeist

in the buildings of science.

Also available in German:

ISBN: 978-3-86859-595-6

Berlin Universities and

Their Development in

Urban Space

Arne Schirrmacher,

Maren Wienigk (Eds.)


In cooperation with Gabriele Metzler (concept) and Konrad Angermüller (design)

and with additional contributions by Nils Exner and Sascha Morawe.

Swiss brochure with flaps

17 × 24 cm

304 pages, 150 col. and 50 b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-605-2


Science Institutes Dorotheenstraße (AIV Berlin)

Facade of Universitätsklinikum Benjamin Franklin (E. Straub)


#wissenslandschaft #berlinuniversities

Atrium Technische Hochschule (Architekturmuseum TU Berlin)


#bibliotheksbauten #offenestadtgesellschaft


Die Stadt und ihre Bibliotheken

Anke Buettner / Münchner Stadtbibliothek (eds.)

Ö ff n u n g

The practice of an open urban society poses challenges to our democracy.

What kinds of culture, what institutions do we need to moderate and curate

this openness? What can public libraries and cultural centers do to promote

a sense of community beyond filter bubbles? Designing complexity and

shaping fields of action for good neighborhoods and society is the task for

architecture and urban planning.

The symposium series Public!—initiated in 2017 by the Munich City Library

on the occasion of the renovation of its headquarters, the Gasteig cultural

center—focused on changes in urban reality and the renaissance of libraries

as places of culture, knowledge, and democracy. This volume brings together

positions from architecture, urban planning, cultural education, science, and

politics and gives librarians and users a voice. It also discusses current library

buildings such as the Oodi in Helsinki, the Library of Birmingham, the Chocoladefabriek

in Gouda, or the McMillan Library in Nairobi.


16.5 × 24 cm

176 pages, 75 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-623-6


Oodi Helsinki Central Library, ALA Architects, Top Floor


#baukulturellebildung #finnland

Architectural Policy in Finland

Architecture as Civic Education

Turit Fröbe

Finland is the undisputed pioneer in architectural education. In 1998, it was one of the first

countries in Europe to develop an official architectural policy, the declared aim of which was

to more systematically integrate architecture into the educational system, teacher training

programs at universities, and adult education.

In her field study, Turit Fröbe spoke with various experts to get a picture of just how successful

this internationally acclaimed Finnish architectural policy has been. Has it succeeded in anchoring

architectural education in the education system? What conditions did this require? What

structures were created to do so? And is it possible to derive recommendations from Finnish

experience for countries such as Germany?

Softcover with flaps

18.5 × 26.5 cm

192 pages, 50 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-616-8


Also available in German:

ISBN 978-3-86859-617-5


#artisticresearch #psychiatrischelebenswelten


Artistic Research Meets Psychiatry

Tyyne Claudia Pollmann /

weißensee kunsthochschule berlin (ed.)

visions4people offers a kaleidoscopic overview of artistic research in the context of psychiatric

environments and conveys their particular challenges. What form can design visions

and interventions take when people are central? Tyyne Claudia Pollmann has addressed

this question and explored it in a cooperation between the Department of Psychiatry and

Psychotherapy Charité Berlin Mitte and weißensee kunsthochschule berlin, together with

students, patients, and staff of the psychiatric clinic.

Scientific and artistic contributions, as well as photographs and polyphonic research materials,

reveal to the reader the multifaceted experiences gleaned from this cooperation. The

book is a valuable contribution for specialists and students from the disciplines of art, architecture,

design, psychology, psychiatry, anthropology, and sociology who are planning a

similar initiative—and a basis for novel collaborative projects in which the patient’s role in

psychiatry changes fundamentally: from being affected to getting involved.

Tyyne Claudia Pollmann




17 × 24 cm

304 pages, 93 col.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-581-9



#neohistorismus #zeitgenössischbauen

Stadtentwicklung & Denkmalpflege 19:


Historisierendes Bauen in der zeitgenössischen Architektur

Eva von Engelberg-Dočkal

Gaby Dolff-Bonekämper / Hans-Rudolf Meier / Jörg Sulzer (eds.)

Adopting and adapting historical forms is an integral part of architectural design today. Strictly rejected by some and

embraced by others, this practice has provoked controversy since the beginning of modernism. With its assertion of continuity

and claim to universality, historicizing architecture from the twentieth century is decidedly antimodernistic—a counterproject

to modernistic architecture and yet also a part of modern times. The diversity of historicizing approaches and the

history of historicizing construction have received little attention so far—a fact that is especially evident with a comparative

view that looks beyond Germany to other countries and their building traditions.

This volume aims to take historicizing architecture seriously as an architectural reality and one possible variation of contemporary

building, with a focus on describing and categorizing its diverse concepts and manifestations. In considering histor -

icizing architecture as a contemporary phenomenon, the book places its topic in the context of reconstructions and postmodern

ideas while also comparing it with nineteenth-century historicism. This view also includes designs inspired by the

classic modernism of the 1920s.


17 × 22 cm

192 pages, 150 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-610-6


© Photo: Eva von Engelberg-Dočkal


#landscapearchitecture #asianurbanism

The Big Asian Book of

Landscape Architecture

Jillian Walliss / Heike Rahmann (eds.)

This book provides one of the first comprehensive discussions of contemporary

landscape architecture practice across the Asian region. Bringing together established

designers, writers, and thinkers with those of the new generation, Jillian

Walliss and Heike Rahmann explore emerging Asian perspectives on urbanism,

modes of engagement, design thinking, and construction in a field that has traditionally

been dominated by North American and European influences.

The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture is divided into three thematic

sections—Continuum, Interruption, and Speed—as characteristics that simultaneously

influence an Asian practice of landscape architecture. Each section presents

an interweaving of theoretical writing, reflection on practice, photo essays,

and design projects to explore issues such as the shared cultural, philosophical,

and physical understandings of landscape, the impact of modernity, and the

effects of speed on Asian design and cities. This dynamic structure allows readers

to dip into sections, rather than progress in a linear manner.

Softcover with flaps

20 × 25 cm

288 pages, 200 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-612-0


Blossom Park, Gwanggyo, South-Korea by PARKKIM



Karesansui Park, Tokyo, Japan by EARTHSCAPE


Räume für Kinder

Mit einer ganzheitlichen Gestaltung die Entwicklung

von Kindern fördern

baukind / Nathalie Dziobek-Bepler (eds.)

#baukind #architekturfürkinder




Mit einer ganzheitlichen

Gestaltung die Entwicklung

von Kindern fördern

baukind — Architektur für Kinder

Nathalie Dziobek-Bepler

Meeting children as equals, on their own level, is not only a question of educational

theory. Räume für Kinder shows how architecture and interior design can

promote childhood development. Based on historical and current concepts of

progressive education, the book sketches design principles for building daycare

centers and schools that can also be transferred to other spaces, such as pediatric

clinics. Rooms can invite discovery; they can promote communication

and social interaction, strengthen self-confidence, and be places of retreat or

landscapes for play.

For years, the Berlin architectural firm baukind has been creatively balancing the

strict legal requirements and architectural possibilities of architecture suitable

for children—always with a view to children’s needs. The book presents realized

projects, such as the kindergarten Weltenbummler in Berlin, and aims to foster

the equal involvement of children in the design of our environment.

Pädagogik + Architektur + Design

Softcover with flaps

22 × 28 cm

160 pages, 270 col.


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-620-5




Ein Badezimmer in einer Kita kann so viel mehr als ein

Ort der Körperhygiene sein. Das Bad ist wertvoller

pädagogischer Raum in dem Kinder stundenlang

spielen, erleben und forschen können. Das Spiel mit

Wasser sensibilisiert und schult alle Sinne: Wie fühlt

sich Wasser an, wie hört es sich an, wie verändern sich

Formen und Dimensionen

unter Wasser,

welche Materialien

können schwimmen,

welche gehen unter?

Kinder entdecken

das Element Wasser

mit allen Sinnen. In

Der Fliesenspiegel

als organisches


einem Kitabauprojekt in der Hafencitiy in Hamburg

wurde aufgrund des maritimen Themas besonderen

Wert auf die Gestaltung des Badzeimmerbereiches

gelegt. Ein besonderes Highlight für die Sinneserfahrung

in der Kita Hafencity ist die Badelandschaft

mit unterschiedlichen Duschwannen und Kaskaden

aus Natursteinbecken. Eigens für dieses Projekt

wurde gemeinsam mit einer Mosaikkünstlerin und

dem ErzieherInnen ein Wandmosaik entwickelt.


Architektonisch sollte

der Badbereich so ausgelegt

sein, dass dem

Wasserspiel nichts im

Wege steht. Das bedeutet

den Raum offen

zu konzipieren, für eine

gute Akustik zu sorgen

und eine Fußbodenheizung


damit die Kinder auch

in leichter Kleidung

nicht unterkühlen. Holz

im Bad erhöht den


und sorgt für ein angenehmes


Fliesenspiegel als lebendiges

Gestaltungselement. Ein Mosaik

macht das Bad zu einer kleinen,

sehr persönlichen Oase.

48 49

Wasserspritzer – Mit einfachen

Mitteln kann ein dynamischer

Eindruck entstehen.



#pes-architects #fuzhou

Fuzhou Strait Culture

and Art Centre


Falk Jaeger

With the construction of the new Strait Culture and Art Centre SCAC, the

capital of the eastern Chinese province of Fujian has made its mark on

the map of China’s cultural locations. The Finnish firm PES-Architects

Pekka Salminen designed the ensemble of opera house, concert hall,

multifunctional hall, museum, and multiplex cinema, which opened

in 2018, in the form of a shining white jasmine blossom, the symbolic

flower of the city on the Min River. Yet the architects referred to Chinese

traditions not only on a symbolic level: they also used locally produced

porcelain tiles and bamboo for the façades and interior fittings. The

Berlin-based architectural critic Falk Jaeger describes the development

of this ensemble and the working methods of the firm, which has offices

in Helsinki and Shanghai. Photographs by the London architectural

photographer Marc Goodwin give a picture of the cultural temple.


21 × 25 cm

144 pages, 200 col.


EUR (D) 39.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-608-3



#verticalmobility #thyssenkrupp

The Future Is Up

thyssenkrupp’s Test Tower in Rottweil

Christian Marquart

thyssenkrupp Elevator (ed.)

Since 2017, one of the most spectacular and tallest engineering structures in

Germany has stood at the edge of the city of Rottweil in Baden-Württemberg:

thyssenkrupp’s test tower for elevators, designed by Werner Sobek with Helmut

Jahn. At a height of 246 meters, and wrapped in a high-tech textile façade, a

public visitor platform offers a panoramic view of the region. Inside the tower, a

research team is rethinking vertical mobility. Today, 160 years after the invention

of the elevator, the team is testing the world’s first ropeless elevator with linear

motors for skyscrapers that operates vertically as well as horizontally. The MULTI,

which will soon be ready for series production, can transport people and goods

to previously unimagined heights. It will efficiently enable entire high-rise neighborhoods

in the future, transforming cities, architecture, and traffic. The book

vividly describes the planning and construction of the tower, as well as everyday

life behind the scenes. It describes how progress works.


23 × 30 cm

256 pages, 200 col.


EUR (D) 45.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-590-1






speech: 23


The twenty-third issue of speech: will be on the subject of

industrial architecture, focusing on factories and manufacturing

facilities and the sites they occupy—property that,

following changes in the economy and urban-planning

strategies, needs to be approached today in a fundamentally

new way. The issue will not just deal with listed

architectural heritage but also with the industrial structures

of the 1960s to 1980s: these are buildings not subject

to any legal preservation requirement, but for which it is

nevertheless more human and sustainable to refrain from

demolition. Industrial heritage offers additional capacity to

develop areas for large cities and an opportunity to create

new formats for living.

Softcover with flaps

23.5 × 30 cm

272 pages, 300 col.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-850-6


speech: 24


The focus of this issue of speech: is a range of pavilions,

installations, and design projects for exhibitions and theater

productions—all works that, by definition, are created by

architects to last not centuries but relatively short periods

of time. It is often precisely this temporariness that gives

architects the chance to fully manifest their imagination

and talent and take the risk of using nontraditional materials

and innovative structural solutions that then, after a

successful trial in this small format, are adopted widely for

architectural use.

Softcover with flaps

23.5 × 30 cm

272 pages, 300 col.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-851-3



#tchobanvossarchitekten #architekturmonografie


Sergei Tchoban / Ekkehard Voss /

TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten (eds.)

TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten have been successfully active on the national and

international market for decades. Created together with EINSATEAM, this monograph

offers insight into the working methods of the firm based in Hamburg,

Berlin, and Dresden. The scope of the projects studied ranges from the Rhein-

Waal college ensemble in Kleve to the Federation Complex in Moscow city and

the modernization of the magnificent regional courthouse in Halle (Saale).

Project essays, focus stories, and themed features vibrantly present various

building typologies and their main purposes, such as residential, education, or

commercial buildings. The publication thus also asks what a monograph on architecture

can offer today. Through studies instead of lists, and journalistic contributions

and discussions instead of standard commentaries, it presents an authentic

portrait of a firm told by Tim Berge, Christina Gräwe, Jasmin Jouhar, and Luise


Also available in German:

ISBN: 978-3-86859-592-5


29 × 30 cm

192 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 45.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-577-2


The Court Building in Halle, Halle (Saale) © Michael Moser

Residential High-rise Living Levels, Berlin © Roland Halbe


New Social Housing

Positions on the IBA_Vienna 2022

IBA_Wien 2022 / future.lab (eds.)

With the IBA_Vienna 2022, which was announced in 2016, the Austrian

capital is taking on the challenges of an International Building Exhibition

for the first time. The focus on New Social Housing refers to Vienna's

historical core competence in housing construction and to the most

pressing question for the development of European cities today: in

light of current changes, how can cities remain inclusive, livable, and

affordable, and what can comprehensive neighborhood development

contribute to realizing these aims?

On the occasion of the interim presentation in 2020, the future.lab at

the TU Vienna and IBA_Vienna 2022 will offer a first summary of where

things stand, allowing experts from research, planning, politics, and

practice to articulate positions.


22.5 × 27.5 cm

256 pages, 150 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-626-7






IBA_Wien 2022 und future.lab (Hg.)

Also available in German:

ISBN: 978-3-86859-619-9

#wohnen #iba_wien

© Luiza Puiu



© Christian Fürthner

© Ludwig Schedl




#modellsteiermark #wohnbau

architektur + analyse 7:

Experiment Wohnbau

Die partizipative Architektur des Modell Steiermark

Andrea Jany

As an alternative to the standard mass housing construction of the postwar

years, an independent typology developed in in the 1970s in Styrian social housing

construction. Up to the beginning of the 1990s, a combination of reformist

politicians, visionary officials, and architects and clients willing to experiment

produced the Modell Steiermark (or “Styria model”) housing construction that

drew widespread international attention. Planned participatively together with

future residents, the projects bear witness to both the distinctive individualism

and the community spirit of the Graz School. Andrea Jany’s monograph

recounts, for the first time, the historical-social development of the Styria model,

while presenting twenty-eight housing projects and evaluating them according to

a residential satisfaction survey from the point of view of present-day users.


16.5 × 22.5 cm

200 pages, 226 col. and b/w


EUR 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-589-5


© Photos: Andrea Singer

Assignment of future residents

© Werner Nussmüller







Wohnnutzfläche 501 m 2

Wohneinheiten 6

Gebäudecharakter Geschosswohnbau



Wöllmißberg 9a+b, St. Martin am Wöllmißberg

Franz Riepl mit Josef Hohensinn, Graz

Gemeinde St. Martin am Wöllmißberg


1993 Planung

1995 Fertigstellung


190 191


24 Wohnbau Wöllmißberg

Das Projekt Wohnbau Wöllmißberg stellt das letzte der im Rahmen des Modell Steiermark realisierten

Wohnbauprojekte dar. Zugleich war es der erste Wohnbau des damals noch jungen Josef

Hohensinn, der zu dieser Zeit Universitätsassistent am Institut für Landwirtschaftliches Bauwesen

und Ländliches Siedlungswesen an der TU Graz unter der Leitung von Franz Riepl war.

Die kleine Ortschaft St. Martin am Wöllmißberg liegt östlich von Graz inmitten einer malerisch-hügeligen

Landschaft. Das Grundstück der Siedlung liegt angrenzend an das Zentrum des Ortes und

bildet zugleich den nordöstlichen Abschluss der kleinen Ortschaft. Direkt anschließend befindet

sich der Sportplatz der Gemeinde, welcher im Zuge der Planung mitprojektiert wurde.

Die Siedlung besteht aus sechs Wohneinheiten, welche in zwei leicht keilförmig zueinander angeordneten

Gebäuden untergebracht sind. In den beiden zweigeschossigen Volumina befinden

sich teils Geschoss- und teils Maisonettewohnungen. Jeder Einheit ist ein privater Außenbereich

in Form eines Balkons oder einer Loggia zugeordnet. Im Laufe der Jahre wurden diese teilweise

geschlossen und werden heute als Wintergarten genutzt. Der großzügige und freiläufige Gartenbereich

wird gemeinschaftlich von den sechs Mietparteien genutzt. Die Fassade weist eine

rhythmisch aufgelockerte Struktur von Putz und Holzoberflächen auf, welche durch unregelmäßige

Öffnungen wohltuend erscheint.






More Space for Living

#praegerrichter #doityourselfconstruction




Praeger Richter Architekten / Oskars Redbergs (eds.)

Cost pressure, the multiplication of construction and design standards, and increasing

expectations regarding the flexibility of living space—with Ausbauhaus, the Berlin

architectural duo Praeger Richter has offered one much-noticed answer to the challenges

currently facing housing construction. The volume examines this modular

concept, which makes it possible to build adaptive basic apartments using a costeffective,

robust basic structure consisting of a frame and shell. Focusing on two

Ausbauhäuser that have already been realized in Berlin-Neukölln and Berlin-Lichtenberg,

the book considers issues of planning, architecture, society, law, and economics

to question existing standards for building and shed light on principles for individually

setting frames, do-it-yourself construction, referencing urban contexts, and ecological

development. It also shows how the principles of the Ausbauhaus, which have been

well proven for owner builders, can be applied to the building of subsidized rental

apartments, as documented in the Frankfurt apartment building Hilgenfeld.


17 × 24 cm

160 pages, 120 col.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-615-1



#lincolnquartier #lorenzenmayerarchitekten

Lincoln Revisited

Gebrauchsspuren einer Wohnbebauung

With Photographs by Till Schuster

Lorenzen Mayer Architekten

The Lincoln Quarter in Münster is turning twenty—time for a reassessment. Built

to the plans of German-Danish firm Lorenzen Mayer Architekten, the district can

be regarded as an early example of the post-cold war conversion and densification

of former barracks in Germany. Lincoln Revisited examines how homes

and their surroundings have been used, going far beyond pure architectural

documentation. Through discussions with residents and those who commissioned

the project it provides a testbed for key urban planning concepts such as

car-free streets, social mixing, and the application of design codes. Photographer

Till Schuster’s personal perspective juxtaposes the intentions of the past with the

reality of the present. The result is a portrait of a quarter that has aged gracefully,

but now appears more lively and diverse than ever.



Lorenzen Mayer Architekten (Hg.)

Mit Fotografien von Till Schuster

Softcover with flaps

20 × 26 cm

72 pages, 69 col. und 4 b/w


EUR (D) 22.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-607-6


© Photo: Till Schuster


#gartenstadtbewegung #eden


uf die ökologischen und sozialen Herausforder

ungen der Industrialisierung

rea gierten die Berliner Gründer der

Genossenschaftssiedlung Eden mit einem

Gegenmodell: einem naturnahen Leben

in der Nähe der Großstadt, ermöglicht durch

gemeinsamen Grundbesitz. Die Sied lung

avancierte zum Vorbild der Gartenstadt ­

be wegung und zum Musterbeispiel einer

frühen Alternativ kultur, bis National sozialismus,

DDR und die treuhandgelenkte

Nach wende zeit den Spielraum immer mehr


Die Grundgedanken der Reformsiedlung

– Lebens reform, Bodenreform, Wirtschaftsreform

– sind so aktuell wie nie. In der

Publikation RE:EDEN widmen sich füh r en ­

de Expert*innen, zeitgenössische Kün stler*innen,

engagierte Bewohner*innen der

Siedlung und junge Architekt*innen der

125 Jahre alten Reform siedlung und fragen

nach Perspektiven: Welche Rolle kann das

Modell Eden als räumliches Gemeingut

heute noch spielen? Wie ließe sich lokales

Wissen in Dialog setzen zu neuen Bewe ­

g ungen wie Urban Gardening, Ökodörfern,

neuen Genossenschaften, Wohnmodellen

oder Initiativen solidarischen Wirtschaftens?

Wie kann partizipative Kunst auf Gemeinschaften

einwirken und deren Wünsche und

Neue Blicke auf die älteste Reformsiedlung Deutschlands

re:form e. V. (ed.)

The Berlin founders of the Eden cooperative housing estate reacted to the

ecological and social challenges of industrialization with a countermodel: living

close to nature near the city, enabled through cooperative land ownership. The

housing estate became a role model for the German garden city movement and

a paradigm for an early alternative culture until National Socialism, the GDR, and

the post-reunification period shaped by the Treuhandanstalt (the agency tasked

with privatizing East German enterprises).

The basic principles of the cooperative—life reform, land reform, Interessen economic verräumlichen?

reform—remain as relevant as ever. In the publication Re:Eden, leading experts,

contemporary artists, participating residents, and young architects examine the

125-year-old housing cooperative and pose new questions: What role can the

Eden model still play today as a cooperatively held property? How might local

knowledge feed into dialogue about new movements such as urban gardening,

eco villages, new cooperatives, residential models, or solidarity economic initiatives?

How can participative art affect communities and spatially express their

wishes and interests?

9 783868 595871

ISBN 978-3-86859-587-1


Neue Blicke auf

die älteste




€ 18


13 × 19 cm

144 pages, 76 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-587-1


Heckenbank, Eden, 2018 © team dis+co

Natural Building Lab und Habitat Unit, Raumkonzept/Agora, Eden 2018 56


8. Internationaler Vegetarierkongress 1932 in der Obstbaukolonie Eden, 1932 12



What Is Co-dividuality?

What is Co-Dividuality?

Today there is an urgency in answering how we can re-establish authentic

Post-individual Architecture, Shared connections between Houses, individuals, strengthen the sense and

of community, reconnect

urban and rural areas, and benefit from current technologies. There is a clear demand

for having common spaces and sharing life together in spaces designed with this

aim. Both in urban and rural areas, there is a demand for designing spaces

appropriate to contemporary needs: brining people together and re-connecting them

Other Stories of Openness in Japan

to a more natural lifestyle. The 20th century incarnated the celebration of

individualistic society.

The 21st century maybe will be more based on shared economy and on a notion we

have called Co-Dividual. We’d love to think that the next stage of our society will be of

a post-individual type. We believe that individualism should be paired with codividualism.

Both, intimacy and possibility to be part of a community or a shared

project are options to work on in the future. We believe that architecture can do a lot

to conceive experimental spaces where people can spend significative time

together. The phenomenon of shared house demonstrates that a different approach

to living together is possible.

Salvator-John A. Liotta / Fabienne Louyot (eds.)

This book explores the concepts of “co-dividuality” and co-dividual spaces in

Japanese Architecture. It is a point of reflection on a type of architecture that is

looking to redefine what is today the relationship between inside and outside of a

building and also about its in-betweeness. It makes clear that there are different

ways for architecture to answer and interpret the so called “shared economy”. When

we think about the impact that Uber, Airbnb, Facebook have had on our life it is

evident that architects have to interrogate themselves about the current

economical changes and social needs. There is a clear demand of community, a

desire to be together, to be part of something. We believe that even if it has not yet

been formally defined, it exists a type of architecture where the space is made to

welcome a multiplicity of functions and programs. We believe that we can read these

type of new spaces through the lenses of Co-Dividuality.

This book explores the concept of co-dividuality, an architecture that

ex presses a new response to joint living in the age of postindividualism,

social media, and the sharing economy. The focus lies on current experimentation

in Japanese architecture and presents thematic homes with

shared spaces designed as a result of warm, simple, fun, and contemporary

design reflections. In addition to their private room, the co-tenants

have large common areas where they can practice urban farming, create

a start-up, cook together, or experience new spatial ergonomics. The

book offers an overview not only on domestic space but also on projects

characterized by a multifarious mix between public and private spheres.

What Is Co-dividuality? reflects on how we might want to live tomorrow.

The book includes projects by Kengo Kuma, Kazuyo Sejima,

Ryue Nishizawa, Shigeru Ban, Sou Fujimoto, Satoko Shinohara,

Ayano Uchimura, Taichi Kuma, Junya Ishigami, Suppose Design,

Naruse Inokuma, and Masuda + Otsubo, among others.


21 × 21 cm

144 pages, 150 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-621-2





#japanesearchitecture #sharedhouses



Post-individual Architecture, shared houses and other

stories of openness in Japan

Kengo Kuma Kazuyo Sejima Ryue Nishizawa Shigeru Ban

Sou Fujimoto Satoko Shinohara Ayano Uchimura Taichi Kuma

Junya Ishigami Studio MNM-Mio Tsuneyama Naka Architects

Ikimono Architects Alphaville Architects Suppose Design

Yuri Naruse Jun Inokuma Shingo Masuda Katsuhisa Otsubo

ON design partners Farm Cultural Park


south side

(passive solar)

Beams:2x6 inch wood @455mm AEP

Support:2x4 inch wood AEP

Beams:2x6 Tie-beam:2x4 inch wood inch AEP wood @455mm AEP

Column:2x4 inch wood @455mm AEP

Support:2x4 inch wood AEP

Tie-beam:2x4 inch wood AEP

Column:2x4 Ladder:2x4 inch wood AEP inch wood @455mm AEP

bed :2x6 inch wood @455mm AEP

south side

sky lights promote

(passive natural solar) ventilation

sky lights promote

natural ▽maximum ventilation

height GL+4,530

▽maximum eave height GL+3,360

▽maximum height GL+4,530

Roof:galvanized steel corrugated sheet t=0.4mm

Ladder:2x4 inch wood AEP

rubber asphalt coated felt t=1mm

bed waterproof :2x6 inch plywood wood t=12mm@455mm AEP

insulation t=60mm

structural plywood t=12mm

Plasterboard t=9.5mm AEP

Openings:Double sliding window


wall:galvanized steel corrugated sheet t=0.4mm

polyethylene waterproof sheet

Roof:galvanized waterproof plywood t=12mm steel corrugated sheet t=0.4mm

phenol form composite sheet t=50mm

plywood rubber t=12mm asphalt coated felt t=1mm

glass waterproof wool t=75mm plywood t=12mm

Plasterboard t=12.5mm AEP

Floor(Hall):concrete insulation metal t=60mm

trowel finish


structural plywood t=12mm

Floor(Dormitory):mattress t150mm

Plasterboard plywood t=12mm t=9.5mm AEP AEP

Groundsill:2x4inch woods

(termite-proofing coating)

Openings:Double sliding window


wall:galvanized steel corrugated sheet t=0.4mm

2,400 1,600


polyethylene waterproof sheet


waterproof plywood t=12mm

phenol form composite sheet t=50mm

plywood t=12mm

glass wool t=75mm funlight:fixed double glazing

Double sliding wooden door

B-Sectional Plasterboard perspective t=12.5mm 1/40 AEP

Floor(Hall):concrete metal Wire screen trowel finish

Ladder:2x4inch wood

High-side light:double sliding aluminum window

Foothold:2x4inch Dormitory wood




1,820 1,440



▽tie-beam GL+1,920

▽dormitory FL GL+150

▽hall FL GL+50 ▽GL±0


Preventing freezing system

Shelf:2x4inch wood

Buckling preventive steel bolt

Wood-burning stove

bench:2x4inch wood



▽maximum eave height GL+3,360

▽tie-beam GL+1,920

1,820 1,440


Floor(Dormitory):mattress t150mm

plywood t=12mm AEP

Groundsill:2x4inch woods

(termite-proofing coating)

▽dormitory FL GL+150

▽hall FL GL+50




2,400 1,600



B-Sectional perspective 1/40

14,560 (910 x16)

funlight:fixed double glazing

Double sliding wooden door

Wire screen

High-side light:double sliding aluminum window

floor:concrete metal trowel finish

Ladder:2x4inch wood

Foothold:2x4inch wood

Preventing freezing system

Shelf:2x4inch wood

Buckling preventive steel bolt

Wood-burning stove

bench:2x4inch wood




C-Sectional perspective 1/60



Compartment B




sky lights





Compartment A


Compartment B

455 455 455



910 910




precutting (910 x16) wood frame panel

3,185 5,915



floor:concrete metal trowel finish

Plan and above two

sections of the Koyasan

Guest House


#architektursoziologie #bautypologien

Funktionen der Architektur

Katharina Weresch

Demographic and social change are placing new demands on architecture.

In this essential volume, architectural sociologist Katharina Weresch examines

three building typologies selected to correspond with three areas of life:

day care centers for children, family and multigenerational living spaces, and

residential facilities and care facilities for the elderly. Building on Norbert Elias’s

sociological studies, Waresch outlines the historical development of these

three types and shows how social standards of behavior and perception manifest

themselves in space, aesthetics, and architecture. The book researches,

and in part empirically investigates, built examples from the last two decades,

such as the company kindergarten Troplo Kids in Hamburg, the Munich cooperative

wagnisART, or the Dutch village de Hogeweyk for sufferers of dementia.

Funktionen der Architektur offers detailed insight into the interdependence of

architecture and society while also providing practically applicable knowledge

for planning. Its focus is on the question of how architecture can contribute to

improving quality of life in order to promote child development, the individual

living needs of families, intergenerational communication, and the health of

the elderly.

Kompetenzzentrum für Menschen mit Demenz,

Feddersen Architekten, Nürnberg, 2006, Garden

© Photo: Ronald Grunert-Held


21 × 26.5 cm

304 pages, 400 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 55.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-585-7


Residential Complex wagnisART, bogevischs buero architekten & stadtplaner GmbH, München, 2016 © Photo: Julia Knop


#communalliving #socialrelationships


gewohnt: un/common

Guest Editors: Andreas Lichtblau / Sigrid Verhovsek

Editors: Daniel Gethmann (Executive Editor) / Petra Eckhard (Managing Editor) /

Urs Hirschberg (Editor) / Andreas Lechner (Book Reviews) / Petra Petersson

(Faculty News)

Contemporary and future forms of living together urgently need new concepts in order to respond

to growing social inequality, the dissolution of traditional structures for work and the family, and the

emergence of diverse patterns of social relationships. GAM.16 conceives of spatial formation as a permeable

framework for sociospatial structures in various architectural, sociological, and cultural contexts,

aiming to increase awareness of common resources and again make them one focus of sociopolitical

discourse. Themed “gewohnt: un/common,” GAM.16 advocates for communal living and introduces

collaborative and coproductive concepts of organization as a spatial practice.

With contributions by Massimo Bricocoli, Heike Delitz, Marson Korbi, Nikolai Roskamm, Sabine Storp,

Fritz Strempel, and others


22.6 × 27.4 cm

250 pages, num. col. and b/w


EUR (D) 19.95

ISBN 978-3-86859-856-8




Exploring Manifold Spaces

#architecturaldesign #space



Manifold Spaces

Sabine Hansmann / Finn Geipel (eds.)

Sabine Hansmann and Finn Geipel (eds.)

As much as space and movement have been subjects of debate and analysis

in architectural theory, they have also long been driving forces in the field of

architectural design. In 2016, the Raummaschine—a kinetic and experimental

installation presented at the Gropius Bau in Berlin—took space and movement as

starting points for exploring the relation between body and architecture. Three

hundred and eighty-four motor-driven vertically hanging ball chains created

changing spatial compositions, with visitors able to alter the space simply by

moving their finger on a touchpad.

Raummaschine—Exploring Manifold Spaces describes the design project and

introduces theoretical discussions that accompanied it. The book includes contributions

from leading authors in the fields of architecture, design, anthropology,

sociology, and art history, including Heike Delitz, Joachim Krausse, Kerstin Sailer,

and Albena Yaneva.


17 × 24 cm

144 pages, 81 col.


EUR (D) 25.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-579-6


© Photos: Jens Liebchen, 2016

GSPublisherEngine 1847.85.89.100 GSPublisherEngine 1847.85.89.100

Klaus Theo Brenner


#stadtarchitektur #klaustheobrenner

City Life Collage

Klaus Theo Brenner / Jan Büchsenschuß /

Davide Mulas / Dirk Biermann

In his collages, the Berlin architect Klaus Theo Brenner—who coined the term

“Stadtarchitektur,” or urban architecture—engages with both the urban mix

and public space. The collages reflect a broad spectrum, sometimes coming

closer to his office's projects, sometimes less so. What they have in common

is an atmospheric compression and the elaboration of theatrical qualities. The

numerous works, presented together in this volume for the first time, convey an

architecture that is always situated in an urban context, in relation to the city’s

inhabitants and the reality of their lives.




Jan Büchsenschuß

Davide Mulas

Dirk Biermann


20 × 26 cm

200 pages, num. col. and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-599-4







jahrbuch der

fakultät für architektur

und landschaft

Leibniz Universität Hannover


Zur Wirkungsweise architektonischer Räume

Anna Kirstgen

How does one design an atmosphere? Architects can

employ a multitude of physical and intangible elements

to do so. Some of these elements skillfully control the use

of materials, colors, or light—and others seem to generate

atmosphere and ambience by mere chance.

In Raumreiz, Anna Kirstgen asks how spaces affect people

and by what means spatial effects can be deliberately

evoked. She introduces six spatial concepts, derived from

architectural practice, that allow the design process to be

structured. Using her model of the “spatial narrative,” she

proposes a method for shaping atmospheric situations in

architecture in a more targeted way.


17 × 24 cm

248 pages, 60 b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-542-0


Hochweit 2019

Jahrbuch 2019 der Fakultät für Architektur

und Landschaft, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft,

Leibniz Universität Hannover (ed.)

Hochweit makes a statement about the current teaching

and research of the award-winning Fakultät für Architektur

und Landschaft at the Leibniz Universität Hannover and

functions as a mouthpiece for the faculty, whose nine institutes

reflect the enriching power of interdisciplinary cooperation.

The yearbook presents numerous exemplary design

and teaching events, research activities, lectures, excursions,

workshops, exhibitions, and discussions about the discipline

organized by the faculty from the past year.

Both essays in this year’s edition of Hochweit focus on the

Bauhaus. Markus Jager’s contribution is devoted to the

interaction between this famous institution and the Werkkunstschule

Hannover. Herbert Lindinger and Jens Broszeit

discuss the influence of the Bauhaus on the Ulmer Hochschule

für Gestaltung (Ulm School of Design).

Swiss brochure with flaps

24 × 21.5 cm

192 pages, 300 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-596-3



© Photo: Marvin Ibo Göngür, Kassel, 2018

© Photo / Cover: Sarah Larissa Heuser, Duisburg, 2017


#montagstiftung #photobookmuseum

The Photobook in

Art and Society

Participative Potentials of a Medium

Montag Stiftung Kunst und Gesellschaft (ed.)

in cooperation with The PhotoBookMuseum

Since the turn of the millennium, the analogue photo book

has experienced an international boom, developing into its

own art form: a kind of visual literature, somewhere between

novel and film. More and more often, photographers are

publishing their works in this format rather than only as part

of exhibitions. However, the photo book as an art form is

hardly known to a wider public. The multiyear project “Welt

im Umbruch” (World in Transition), which the Montag Stiftung

initiated together with the PhotoBookMuseum, made one

attempt to change this. In Rostock, Duisburg, and Kassel,

members of the public were able to get to know photobooks

as an artistic form of expression and to design photobooks of

their own.

This volume not only documents the experience-based

knowledge of all participants but also introduces the history

of the photobook along with theories and current practices

of participative art. It collects contributions on the production

and distribution conditions of photobooks from Asia, Europe,

and the United States. In addition to the medium’s political

and emancipatory potential, topics discussed include the

reasons for the analogue photobook's enormous appeal in

the digital present.

The PhotoBookMuseum

Das Fotobuch

in Kunst und


The Photobook

in Art and


Das Fotobuch

in Kunst und


Partizipative Potenziale

eines Mediums

Also available in German:

ISBN: 978-3-86859-580–2

The Photobook

in Art and







in S





in G















Swiss brochure with flaps

16.7 × 24 cm

464 pages, 220 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 42.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-594-9


The PhotoBookMuseum

Participative Potentials

of a Medium























#frauenkloster #kulturelletransformation


Frauenkloster Klosterfrauen

Eine künstlerisch-poetische Untersuchung

zur Transformation einer Lebensform

With Photographs by Ulrike Myrzik

Jutta Görlich

Ulrike Rose (ed.)

After the Schlehdorf monastery became too big for the thirty aging Dominican

sisters, they collectively decided to sell the building and move into a newly built

extension. Artist Jutta Görlich, photographer Ulrike Myrzik, and cultural manager

Ulrike Rose visited the Schlehdorf sisters and other female convents gripped by

the process of change. In the book, they explore the present-day disappearance

of these convents, photograph the transformations the institutions are undergoing,

and carry out interviews with those who live there. The book not only reveals

the paths that these shrinking communities chart when their dwellings become

too large, but also what happens to the former monastery and the significance

that spatial change can have for monastic coexistence. Without romanticizing its

subject or focusing on monastic traditions, the book looks at contemporary ways

of life in convents and the future of these centuries-old landmarks that continue

to decisively shape our cultural landscape.


16 × 24 cm

114 pages, 120 col.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-606-9


Eine künstlerisch-poetische Untersuchung zu Frauenklöstern im Wandel

von Edward Beierle, Jutta Görlich und Ulrike Rose










Rückseite Rücken Cover



Eine künstlerisch-poetische Untersuchung zu Frauenklöstern im Wandel




Kloster Schlehdorf, 2019 © Photo: Ulrike Myrzik



Kloster Schlehdorf, 2019 © Photo: Ulrike Myrzik

Wolfgang Wende, Torsten Birne [Hg. / Eds.]


#alexakreissl #timtrantenroth


Alexa Kreissl, Tim Trantenroth

Wolfgang Wende / Torsten Birne (eds.)

Modernism is celebrating milestone birthdays and remains an object of fascination.

Two Berlin-based artists have joined the exhibition rapport at the Dresden Kulturpalast

to show their contributions to the ongoing history of modernity. They play

with architectural space, deconstructing it and recombining it in new ways, as a

dynamic collage or an image. They give an account of architecture and their time to

discover forms and patterns, recurrence and deviation.

Alexa Kreissl is concerned with the built environment itself; she deconstructs

architects’ creations. With narrow metal or wooden rods, she delineates spaces that

are permeable and airy, under tension or balanced. Tim Trantenroth examines the

aesthetics of series. He continuously transfers elements of the built environment into

built images. The structures and surface patterns of late modernism from both East

and West Germany are reproduced on transparent backgrounds. His work touches

upon an era that has only recently passed, as well as upon fundamental questions

about the design relationship between space and image, surface and depth.

rapport Alexa Kreissl Tim Trantenroth

Wolfgang Wende, Torsten Birne [Hg. / Eds.]


Alexa Kreissl

Tim Trantenroth

Rapport is the first publication by the Center for Building Culture Saxony (ZfBK),

which was opened in 2017 in the renovated Dresden Kulturpalast, itself one of the

earliest examples of East German modernism.


21 × 29.7 cm

104 pages, 77 col.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-586-4



#künstlerischespotenzial #stadtentwicklung

Kunst im UmBau

Eine Berliner Projektreihe im Kontext urbaner


Siglinde Lang

Can art make a contribution to debates on urban housing shortages, influxes of

new residents, and gentrification? And if so, what might it be? Guided by these

questions, Kunst im UmBau sets out to investigate Berlin apartment buildings

affected by renovation measures, rent increases, and the conversion into condominiums.

The curated project series aims to create a neutral communication

space for controversial interests and diverging points of view. The artistic interventions

are located in semiprivate, semipublic areas such as staircases, courtyards,

and entrance halls. The documentation presents works by Alexander Wolff,

44flavours, Jelena Fuzinato, Rubén D’hers, Pierre-Etienne Morelle, and Studio

Achtviertel, while also reflecting processes and discussions.


im UmBau

Dokumentation einer Berliner Projektreihe

im Kontext urbaner Wohnraumverknappung

Softcover with flaps

17 × 24 cm

208 pages, 80 col.


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-614-4


rich, hard, poor, soft, Alexander Wolff, Berlin, 2018 © Photo: Philipp Külker


#artek #explorativefurniture

Formful Wood

Explorative Furniture

Mario Rinke / Florian Hauswirth (eds.)

Design and construct seating furniture from plywood! Inspired by the famous

L-leg designed by the architect Alvar Aalto for the Finnish furniture company

Artek, an experimental study project investigated the potential and design possibilities

of glued and bent wood. In close cooperation with Artek, twenty-eight

students of architecture at the ETH Zürich worked together with students of

object design at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts to not only

turn this material on its head but also question the sensuous qualities of these

objects, their construction as an architectural place, and sitting as a social event.

The volume Formful Wood: Explorative Furniture presents the surprising and

unknown aspects of a well-known material, illuminates the respective creation

processes, and reflects on its context in diverse essays.






With contributions by Nicolai de Gier, Florian Hauswirth, Sebastian Kraft, Mario

Rinke, Christoph Schindler, and Alessandro Oreste Tellini

Softcover with flaps

21 × 29.7 cm

200 pages, 50 col.


EUR (D) 39.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-588-8



#friederikevonrauch #neuespalais

Heimliche Welten im

Neuen Palais

Erlebt von Rudolf Prinz zur Lippe

Photographs by Friederike von Rauch

Generaldirektion der Stiftung Preußische Schlösser

und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg (ed.)

In his texts on Friederike von Rauch's photographs of the Neues Palais in

Sanssouci, Rudolf Prinz zur Lippe brings the dark corners and quiet areas

of the magnificent building to life. He questions and unmasks the splendid

decorations and brings to light many a loving quirk by giving voice to apparent

trivialities: “It—pathos—has withdrawn into one of the furniture storage

rooms.” His sensitive observations approach the palace with an attentive

gaze. The book presents courtly architecture and decorative art, perceived

in a different way in texts and images, that transform the sublime palace of

Frederick the Great into a human world.

At the close of 2018, JOVIS Verlag published a book about the Neues Palais

with photographs by Friederike von Rauch. In that book, the atmospheric

glimpses behind the scenes and details of the former royal palace are paired

with text miniatures by the philosopher Rudolf Prinz zur Lippe. These have

now been expanded and assembled together in this sophisticated volume.


14.8 × 21 cm

72 pages, 30 col.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-582-6



#friederikevonrauch #klosterräume


Friederike von Rauch

With her eye for architectural details, Friederike von Rauch captures the contemplative

power of monastic interiors—while simultaneously separating them from

their religious context. The Berlin-based artist has lived and worked in several

of the icons of European monastic architecture over the past few years, including

Le Corbusier’s Sainte-Marie de La Tourette near Lyon, Hans van der Laan’s

Roosenberg Abbey near Antwerp, and Andrea Palladio’s monastery San Giorgio

Maggiore in Venice. Using an analogue, medium-format camera, she has created

images that tell of immersion, with ascetic lighting control and reduced colors.

The absence of human presence and the subtle treatment of light and shadow

lend her interiors an element of timelessness and placelessness.

Friederike von Rauch Monastic


Friederike von Rauch


28.4 × 33.4 cm

64 pages, 33 col.


EUR (D) 40.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-591-8


28 29


#friederikevonrauch #klosterräume

Ein partizipatives Realisierungsprojekt von Studierenden und Geflüchteten

in Kooperation von Land, Kommune und Hochschule

Tatjana Dürr | Jürgen Graf | Andreas Kretzer | Stefan Krötsch





Bezahlbar. Gut. Wohnen.

Strategien für erschwinglichen Wohnraum

Klaus Dömer / Hans Drexler / Joachim


Softcover with flaps, 14 x 19 cm,

296 pages, 240 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 25.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-432-4

Urban Design Lab Handbook

Dialogue-Oriented Urban Transformation

Processes and Practical Approaches from Latin

America and the Caribbean

Roland Krebs / Markus Tomaselli (eds.)

Softcover, 20 x 26 cm,

384 pages, 300 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 34.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-562-8

CoHousing Inclusive

Self-organized, community-led housing for all

id22: Institute for Creative Sustainability

Michael LaFond / Larisa Tsvetkova (eds.)

Softcover, 21 x 27 cm, 240 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-462-1

Moravia Manifesto

Coding Strategies for Informal Neighborhoods

Estrategias de codificación para barrios


Moritz Ahlert / Maximilian Becker / Albert

Kreisel / Philipp Misselwitz / Nina Pawlicki /

Tobias Schrammek (eds.)

Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 344 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-535-2

Home not Shelter! 2

Gemeinsam bauen und wohnen in Wien

Ralf Pasel / Alexander Hagner / Ralph Boch /

Max Hacke / Team Traudi (eds.)

Swiss brochure with flaps, 17 x 24 cm,

200 pages, num. col. ill.


EUR (D) 24.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-513-0

Across Theory and Practice

Thinking Through Urban Research

Monika Grubbauer / Kate Shaw (eds.)

Softcover, 15 x 22 cm, 256 pages, 61 unicol.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-540-6


Gemeinschaftshaus Spinelli


Home not Shelter! 3

Gemeinschaftshaus Spinelli

Tatjana Dürr / Jürgen Graf / Andreas Kretzer /

Stefan Krötsch (eds.)

Swiss brochure with flaps, 17 x 24 cm,

216 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 24.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-514-7


Performative Stadtplanung in 13 Vorträgen

Ton Matton

Softcover, 10.5 x 14.8 cm, 160 pages


EUR (D) 16.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-553-6


The Vienna Model 2

Housing for the City of the 21st Century

Wolfgang Förster / William Menking (eds.)

Softcover with dust jacket, 22.6 x 27.4 cm,

244 pages, 250 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-561-1

Bauhaus Dessau


Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau (ed.)

Flexcover, 21 x 27.5 cm, 144 pages, 78 col. and

4 b/w


EUR (D) 25.00

ISBN 978-3-939633-11-2

Alle wollen wohnen

Gerecht. Sozial. Bezahlbar

Ursula Kleefisch-Jobst / Peter Köddermann /

Karen Jung (eds.)

Hardcover, 18.5 x 26 cm,

248 pages, 190 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-474-4


Spiegel gesellschaftlichen Wandels

Werner Durth / Paul Sigel

Softcover, three volumes in a slipcase,

23.3 x 30.5 cm, 808 pages, 570 col. and

450 b/w


EUR (D) 29.95

ISBN 978-3-86859-427-0




Africa’s Jewel of Modernity

Photographs by Stefan Boness

Jochen Visscher (ed.)

Hardcover, 17 x 20 cm, 96 pages, 82 col.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-435-5

Die vergessenen Alternativen

Strukturalismus und brutalistische Erfahrung in

der Architektur

Bernhard Denkinger

Flexcover, 16.5 x 24 cm, 288 pages, 150 col.

and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-551-2

Tel Aviv

The White City

Photographs by Stefan Boness

Essay by Carsten Hueck

Jochen Visscher (ed.)

Hardcover, 17 x 20 cm,

96 pages, 100 col.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-939633-75-4

Holidays After The Fall

Seaside Architecture and Urbanism in Bulgaria

and Croatia

Michael Zinganel / Elke Beyer /

Anke Hagemann (eds.)

Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 272 pages, num. col.

and b/w plans and ill.


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-226-9

Building Berlin

Developers Who Shaped the Emerging


Wolfgang Schäche / Daniel Ralf Schmitz /

David Pessier

Clothbound with jacket, 22.3 x 28.7 cm,

224 pages, 234 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 48.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-559-8



From Architecture to Assembly Kit and Back


Daniel Bartetzko / Karin Berkemann (eds.)

Hardcover, 24 x 17 cm, landscape,

136 pages, 102 b/w and col.


EUR (D) 28.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-518-5

Setting the Stage for Modernity

Cafés, Hotels, Restaurants

Franziska Bollerey

Softcover with flaps, 18.5 x 26 cm, 256 pages,

310 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 38.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-483-6

Make City

A Compendium of Urban Alternatives

Stadt anders machen

Francesca Ferguson, MAKE_SHIFT (ed.)

Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 352 pages, 400 col.

and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-567-3

In den Himmel bauen

Hochhausprojekte von Otto Kohtz (1880–1956)

Wolfgang Schäche / Brigitte Jacob /

David Pessier (eds.)

Hardcover, 18 x 29.7 cm,

320 pages, 200 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 49.80

ISBN 978-3-939633-67-9

Forever New: Frankfurt’s Old Town

Building between Dom and Römer since 1900

Philipp Sturm / Peter Cachola Schmal (eds.)

Hardcover, 19.5 x 27 cm, 368 pages, 250 col.

and b/w


EUR (D) 58.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-501-7


Potenzial Großsiedlung

Zukunftsbilder für die Neue Vahr

Katja-Annika Pahl / Iris Reuther / Peter Stubbe /

Jürgen Tietz (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 24 x 30 cm,

160 pages, 120 col and b/w


EUR 39.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-533-8

Eventisierung der Stadt

Gabriela Muri / Daniel Späti / Philipp Klaus /

Francis Müller (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 16.5 x 24 cm,

408 pages, 20 col. and 20 b/w


EUR (D) 38.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-493-5



Städte für Menschen

Jan Gehl


17 x 24 cm, 304 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-356-3


ISBN 978-3-86859-897-1

Schulen planen und bauen 2.0

Grundlagen, Prozesse, Projekte

Montag Stiftung Jugend und Gesellschaft (ed.)

Softcover with flaps, 19 x 25 cm, 424 pages,

num. col.


EUR (D) 34.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-437-9

Stuttgart in Bewegung—Berichte von


Reallabor für nachhaltige Mobilitätskultur,

Universität Stuttgart (ed.)

Softcover with dust jacket, 21 x 25 cm,

200 pages, num. col. and b/w


EUR (D) 32.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-509-3


Vom Dazwischen zum Lernraum—30 Schulgebäude

im Vergleich

Marika Schmidt / Rolf Schuster (eds.)

Softcover, 16,5 x 24 cm, 112 pages, 92 ill.


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-342-6

Berlin—Die Schönheit des Alltäglichen

Urbane Textur einer Großstadt

Frank Peter Jäger (ed.)

Hardcover, 17 x 24 cm, 192 pages, num. col.

and b/w


EUR (D) 28.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-380-8

Tezuka Architects: The Yellow Book

Thomas Sherman / Greg Logan (eds.)

With a foreword by Mohsen Mostafavi and an

introduction by Mark Mulligan

Hardcover with rounded edges, 9 x 16 cm,

160 pages, 40 col. and b/w


EUR (D) 18.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-423-2

Religion und Stadt

Positionen zum zeitgenössischen Sakralbau in


Ansgar and Benedikt Schultz (eds.)

Hardcover, linen, 17 x 23,5 cm, 96 pages,

39 col. and 22 b/w ill. and plans


EUR (D) 28.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-546-8



The Power of Architecture and Plants

Almut Grüntuch-Ernst, IDAS Institute for Design

and Architectural Strategies (ed.)

Softcover, 16.5 x 23.5 cm, 288 pages, num. col.


EUR (D) 35.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-547-5


Architecture Is Participation

Die Baupiloten—Methods and Projects

Susanne Hofmann

Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 256 pages, 200 col. and

25 b/w


EUR (D) 29.80

ISBN 978-3-86859-347-1

Mensch und Landschaftsarchitektur

Juliane Feldhusen / Sebastian Feldhusen (eds.)

Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences,

School of Landscape Architecture, Study

Program Open Space Planning

Softcover, 16 x 24 cm, 336 pages, 146 col. and



EUR (D) 38.00

ISBN 978-3-86859-405-8



Authors and Editors

Alcaide, Naomi 16

Bartels, Olaf 18

baukind 32

Baumeister, Eva-Maria 14

Becker, Tobias 5

Behörde für Stadtentwicklung und Wohnen 18

Berkemann, Karin 3

Biermann, Dirk 48

Birne, Torsten 54

Brenner, Klaus Theo 48

Brunner, Matthias 8

Buchholz, Kai 6

Büchsenschuß, Jan 48

Buettner, Anke 26

Dell, Christopher 12

Dolff-Bonekämper, Gaby 29

Dziobek-Bepler, Nathalie 32

Eckhard, Petra 46

Fakultät für Architektur und Landschaft,

Leibniz Universität Hannover 49

Finkenberger, Isabel Maria 14

Forschungslabor Raum 16

Fröbe, Turit 27

Fusi, Paolo 19

future.lab 38

Geipel, Finn 47

Geisel, Thomas 22

Geiß-Netthöfel, Karola 20

Generaldirektion der Stiftung Preußische

Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg 57

Gethmann, Daniel 46

Görlich, Jutta 52

Hansmann, Sabine 47

Harnack, Maren 8

Hauswirth, Florian 56

Heger, Natalie 8

Hirschberg, Urs 46

Höcke, Christian 16

Hoffmann Robbiani, Sandra 5

IBA_Wien 2022 38

Jaeger, Falk 33

Jany, Andrea 40

Kirstgen, Anna 49

Koch, Christian 14

Kundoo, Anupama 10

Lang, Siglinde 55

Lechner, Andreas 46

Leibniz Universität Hannover 49

Lichtblau, Andreas 46

Liotta, Salvator-John A. 44

Lopez-Pineiro, Sergio 13

Lorenzen Mayer Architekten 42

Louyot, Fabienne 44

Marquart, Christian 34

Meier, Hans-Rudolf 29

Montag Stiftung Kunst und Gesellschaft 51

Moretti, Beatrice 23

Mühlhofer, Stefan 21

Mulas, Davide 48

Münchner Stadtbibliothek 26

Nellen, Dieter 20, 22

Noennig, Jörg Rainer 17

Oswalt, Philipp 6, 9

Petersson, Petra 46

Pollmann, Tyyne Claudia 28

Praeger Richter Architekten 41

Prinz zur Lippe, Rudolf 57

Rahmann, Heike 30

Redbergs, Oskars 41

re:form e. V. 43

Regionalverband Ruhr (RVR) 20

Rettich, Stefan 9

Rinke, Mario 56

Rose, Ulrike 52

Schirrmacher, Arne 24

Schwegmann, Raphael 17

Sonne, Wolfgang 20, 21

Stadt Düsseldorf 22

Sulzer, Jörg 29

Tchoban, Sergei 37

The PhotoBookMuseum 51

thyssenkrupp Elevator 34

Universität Hamburg 19

Verhovsek, Sigrid 46

vhw Bundesverband für Wohnen und Stadtentwicklung 16

Voermanek, Katrin 4

von Engelberg-Dočkal, Eva 29

von Rauch, Friederike 58

Voss, Ekkehard 37

Walliss, Jillian 30

weißensee kunsthochschule berlin 28

Welzel, Barbara 21

Wende, Wolfgang 54

Weresch, Katharina 45

Wienigk, Maren 24

Ziemer, Gesa 17

Zuschke, Cornelia 22


Academic Partners

jovis publishes in collaboration with,

amongst others

Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture, London, UK

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Bergische Universität Wuppertal

Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich, Schweiz

Fachhochschule Münster

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

German University in Cairo, Ägypten

Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main

HafenCity Universität Hamburg

Harvard University, Cambridge MA, USA

Hochschule Darmstadt

Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach

Hochschule Osnabrück

Hochschule RheinMain, Wiesbaden

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

KIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Leibniz Universität Hannover

National University of Singapore, Singapur

Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italien

RMIT University, Melbourne, Australien

RWTH Aachen

Staatliche Akademie der bildenden Künste Stuttgart

Technische Universität Berlin

Technische Universität Braunschweig

Technische Universität Dortmund

Technische Universität Dresden

Technische Universität Graz, Österreich

Technische Universität München

Technische Universiteit Delft, Niederlande

Universität Aalborg, Dänemark

Universität der Künste Berlin

Universität Greifswald

Universität Hamburg

Universität Kassel

Universität von Patras, Griechenland

Universität zu Köln

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgien

Université Pierre Mendès France (UPMF), Grenoble, Frankreich

University College London, Großbritannien

University of Cyprus, Nikosia, Zypern

University of Waterloo, Ontario, Kanada

Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin

York University, Toronto, Kanada

Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, Zürich, Schweiz

jovis Verlag GmbH

Kurfürstenstrasse 15/16 I 10785 Berlin I Germany

fon: +49 (0) 30-26 36 72-0 I fax: +49 (0) 30-26 36 72-72 I mail: I

Marketing | Press | Sales

Jutta Bornholdt-Cassetti

fon: +49 (0) 30-26 36 72-22 I fax: +49 (0) 30-26 36 72-72 I mail:


Charlotte Blumenthal

fon: +49 (0) 30-26 36 72-21 I fax: +49 (0) 30-26 36 72-72 I mail:


LKG, Kathrin Obarski I An der Südspitze 1–12 I 04571 Rötha I Germany

fon: +49 (0) 3 42 06-6 51 06 I fax: +49 (0) 3 42 06-65 1741 I mail:





Jutta Bornholdt-Cassetti/jovis Verlag

Kurfürstenstrasse 15/16

10785 Berlin


fon: +49 (0) 30-263672-22

fax: +49 (0) 30-263672-72



Elisabeth Harder-Kreimann

Joachim-Mähl-Strasse 28

22459 Hamburg


fon: +49 (0) 40 55540446

fax: +49 (0) 40 55540444





ACC Art Books

Sandy Lane, Old Martlesham, Woodbridge,


IP12 4SD, United Kingdom

fon: +44 (0) (1394) 389950



Jan Smit Boeken

Eikbosserweg 258

1213SE Hilversum

The Netherlands

fon: +31 (0) 35 6219267

mob.: +31 (0) 6-20618964



AVA Verlagsauslieferung AG

Centralweg 16

Postfach 27

8910 Affoltern am Albis


fon: +41 (0) 44 762 42 00

fax: +41 (0) 44 762 42 10


Buchzentrum AG (BZ)

Industriestr. Ost 10

CH-4614 Hägendorf


fax: +41 (0) 62 209 26 27



Flavio Marcello

Publishers‘ Representative

Via Belzoni, 12

35121 Padova


fon: +39 (0) 49 8360671

fax: +39 (0) 49 8774051





75 Broad Street, Suite 630

New York City 10004


fon: +1 (0) 212 627 1999-205

fax: +1 (0) 212 627 9484



China Publishers Marketing

Benjamin Pan

Room 2804, Building #1, No.77

Lane 569, Xinhua Road,

Changning District


China, 200052

fon/fax: +86 (0) 21 54259557

mob.: +86 (0) 13061629622


Basic discount: 30 % / Return consignments from regular subscriptions are only accepted on the explicit authorisation of the publisher

or its representatives and will be charged at a reduced rate of 12 % of the applicable invoice value. Full refund up to 6 months

after abolishment of retail price. The returned books must be in immaculate condition (with no indications of use or damage and

film-sealed). Complaints are only permitted within 7 days of receiving goods and must be in writing. The publisher reserves the right

to alter availability, price and layout/finishing, as well as dates of publication. Conditional property rights apply until payment has

been completed. Advertised books may be subject to price alterations. Place of fulfilment and jurisdiction is Berlin.

More magazines by this user