JOVIS Catalog Fall 2021

JovisVerlag

2021 | FALL

ARCHITECTURE

URBANISM

LANDSCAPE


Open Call 0611 Theaterplein Antwerpen, Studio Associato Secchi-Viganó © Stijn Bollaert,

from: Celebrating Public Architecture. Buildings from the Open Call in Flanders 2000–2021


Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin: Refurbishment of an

Architectural Icon _____________________________ 3

Archaeology of Modernism ______________________ 4

100+____________________________________________ 6

Celebrating Public Architecture __________________ 8

Mobility Design_________________________________10

Ein neuer Typus Kirche__________________________ 12

Constructing innovation: How large-scale projects

drive novelty in the construction industry______ 14

The Salons of the Republic ______________________ 15

Cosmopolitan Habitat __________________________ 16

Transformative Partizipation_____________________ 17

Schwarzer Rolli, Hornbrille ______________________ 18

Architektinnen • BDA ___________________________ 19

MigraTouriSpace________________________________20

Bauakademie Berlin_____________________________22

Das Berliner Zimmer____________________________24

Topography of Terror___________________________26

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei 2_____________________28

Depth of the Landscape ________________________30

Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt _________ 31

Interstitial Hong Kong___________________________32

The Schorgasttalbrücke_________________________34

Landscape Analogue ___________________________35

Blühstreifen—zwischen Traum und Zaun_________36

Urban Open Space +____________________________38

Intentions of Reflexive Design ___________________39

Zweifellos ______________________________________39

From Our Backlist ______________________________40

Authors and Editors_____________________________47

Academic Partners______________________________48


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© Thomas Bruns on behalf of the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning

© Ute Zscharnt on behalf of David Chipperfield Architects


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Neue Nationalgalerie

Berlin: Refurbishment

of an Architectural

Icon

Arne Maibohm (ed.) on behalf of the Federal

Office for Building and Regional Planning

The Neue Nationalgalerie on the Berlin Kulturforum is an

architectural icon as well as the crowning conclusion of

architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s life work. An out ­

standingly successful and sensitive refurbishment and

modernization project was carried out for the building’s most

significant overhaul since its opening in 1968. It complies

with the requirements of a contemporary museum exhibition

facility, as well as monument-preservation guidelines. David

Chipperfield Architects developed the renovation concept

under the motto of “As much Mies as possible.”

This publication provides deep insight into the planning,

execution, monument preservation, and restoration from the

perspective of those involved. The exemplary handling of

the historical fabric is presented in design documents and

numerous large-format photographs that impressively illustrate

the design stage, the construction site, and the refurbishment

results.

With articles by David Chipperfield, Bernhard Furrer, Gunny

Harboe, Joachim Jäger, Dirk Lohan, Fritz Neumeyer,

Alexander Schwarz, Gerrit Wegener, and some 30 project

managers

++ Strategies and methods for refurbishing

modern architecture using the

example of the Neue Nationalgalerie

++ Comprehensive documentation

of monument preservation requirements

++ Large-format photos of

the construction site and the iconic

architecture under renovation ++

Softcover

320 pages, 230 col. and b/w ill.

24 × 30 cm

Print 978-3-86859-688-5

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07.2021

English

© Thomas Bruns on behalf of the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning

Also available in German:

Print 978-3-86859-687-8


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Archaeology of

Modernism

Preservation of the Bauhaus Dessau

Monika Markgraf (ed.) for the Bauhaus

Dessau Foundation

The Bauhaus Building in Dessau, designed by Walter

Gropius in 1926, represents a “built manifesto of

Bauhaus ideas” and is one of modernism’s most

important buildings. Together with the associated

Masters’ Houses (Meisterhäuser), the Houses with

Balcony Access (Laubenganghäuser) in Dessau,

and Bauhaus buildings in Weimar and Bernau, it is

included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The book

focuses on strategies for preserving the Bauhaus

Building. It presents the building—and its eventful

history—from its construction to its destruction,

rebuilding, and restoration. Using texts, photographs,

and numerous blueprints, the book provides a

detailed exploration of specific aspects of the architecture—such

as the building’s outer shell,

materials, construction, color scheme, and

sur faces—and the long-term preservation concept

for the site. In doing so, it proposes structural

measures aimed at adapting the building to today’s

challenges and at conserving the building with its

historic and artistic characteristics.

++ The Bauhaus Building in Dessau as an object

of monument preservation ++ Comprehensive

survey with floor plans, sections, and elevations ++

In-depth analyses of key elements such as materials,

construction, colors, and surfaces ++

Archaeology of Modernism. Preservation Bauhaus

Dessau is the revised and expanded edition of

Archaeology of Modernism. Renovation Bauhaus

Dessau, which was published by jovis as Volume 23

of the EDITION BAUHAUS series in 2006. This new

edition is presented as Volume 58.

Softcover with flaps

200 pages, 230 col. and b/w ill.

20 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-684-7

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09.2021

English

© Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau / Photo: Thomas Meyer / OSTKREUZ

Also available in German:

Print 978-3-86859-683-0

Related title:

Bauhaus Dessau

Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau (ed.)

Print 978-3-939633-11-2

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03.2007

© Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau (I 11541 F) / Image by Google


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100+

Neue Perspektiven auf die Bauhaus-Rezeption

Mit einem Vorwort von Ines Weizman

Bauhaus-Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der

Architektur und Planung (ed.)

100+ presents new approaches to the history and significance

of the Bauhaus. The year 1919 serves as a starting point for a

micro-historical consideration of the institution’s global reach,

including previously repressed voices, particularly those of

queer protagonists. The avant-garde is revealed to embody

inherent tensions between belief in progress and a claim to

timeless validity. A close look at radical Bauhaus manifestos

and positions on lifestyle design also reveal new perspectives

on the relationship to state intervention and the power of

private interests. With such considerations in mind, the sociotechnological

utopias of the Bauhaus in all their ambivalence

are examined for their sustainability with regard to the architectural,

social, and political challenges of the twenty-first century.

Softcover

272 pages, 30 col. and b/w ill.

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-693-9

E-Book 978-3-86859-970-1

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07.2021

German

Drawing exercises for children of different ages. In: J. Liberty Tadd, New

Methods in Education: Art, Real Manual Training, Nature Study, Springfield, MA,

and New York 1899, p. 73. Reproduction in: Rudolf Schulze, Aus der Werkstatt

der experimentellen Psychologie und Pädagogik, Leipzig 1909

Giorgio de Chirico, Die zwei Archäologen, 1927, Oil on canvas, 49 × 61 cm,

© Studio Fotografico Luca Carrà / Scala, Florenz, 2021

++ New research and methodological approaches

to the history of the Bauhaus ++ Critical examination

of little-known Bauhaus projects in the field of

art and architectural history, as well as urban and

regional planning ++

Related title:

Surfing Bauhaus—Hessen + Typography

Tobias Becker / Sandra Hoffmann Robbiani (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-601-4

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12.2019


Florence Henri, Selbstporträt (im Spiegel), 1928, Gelatin silver print. 25 × 18,4 cm. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin. © Galleria Martini & Ronchetti, courtesy of Archives Florence Henri

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Open Call 0512 De Lichtenlijn Footbridge in Heist-aan-Zee, Ney & Partners. © Jan Kempenaers


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Celebrating Public Architecture

Buildings from the Open Call in Flanders 2000–2021

Florian Heilmeyer (ed.)

Co-publishers: Team Vlaams Bouwmeester / Flanders Architecture Institute (VAi)

The Open Call in Flanders (the Dutch-speaking, northern part of Belgium) is more than just another architecture competition:

any governmental agency or public institution can choose to work with an Open Call for any given construction

project. Since its invention by the first Vlaams Bouwmeester bOb van Reeth in 2000, more than 700 assignments have

been published in this procedure, resulting in almost 350 completed public architectural and infrastructural projects so

far. This volume compiles 70 of these, from all over Flanders—from it's west coast to the German border in the east—to

illustrate the astounding quality of these projects. The projects prove that public architecture can actually be daring,

thought-provoking, cooperative, and well-done at the same time. It is time to take an extensive look at how this procedure

works, how it is received by architects, politicians, and clients—and ultimately, at the outstanding public architecture

in Flanders as an example for other countries to study closely.

Including buildings by 51N4E, Bovenbouw Architectuur, Dierendonckblancke, Zaha Hadid, KAAN, Maxwan, Hideyuki Nakayama,

Ney & Partner, noAarchitecten, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, RCR Arquitectes, Robbrecht en Daem,

Sergison Bates, Eduardo Souto de Moura, Xaveer de Geyter, among others

Softcover

256 pages, 300 col. ill.

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-692-2

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11.2021

English

++ Carefully selected collection

of public architecture in Flanders,

documented by famous Belgian

photographers ++ Deep insight

into the planning culture of one of

Europe’s most interesting regions

for contemporary architecture and

urbanism ++

Open Call 2704 Sint-Monica Oostende, Bovenbouw architecten, © Stijn Bollaert


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WalkNYC, New York City’s wayfinding System designed by PentaCityGroup, led by City ID. © Hamish Smyth

Related title:

Radbahn Berlin

paper planes e.V. (ed.)

Print 978-3-86859-526-0

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12.2017

regiomove. Systemic design of a modular information

and orientation system for mobility stations in the Middle

Upper Rhine region with the mobility app. Design: netzwerkarchitekten

and unit-design; App: raumobil


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Mobility Design

Shaping Future Mobility

Vol. 1. Design Practice

Peter Eckart / Kai Vöckler (eds.)

Climate change and increasing resource scarcity together with rising traffic volumes force

us to develop new environmentally friendly and people-oriented mobility options. In

order to provide a positive mobility experience, the transition from one mobility mode to

another must be managed smoothly and safely, and individual, shared or public means of

transportation must become convenient and easy.

Conceptual as well as existing infrastructure projects provide models for future sustainable

and connected mobility. This volume focuses on the importance of design, introducing

through photos, plans, and brief texts over 60 groundbreaking projects from the disciplines

of product design, architecture, and urban planning. With this international overview

Mobility Design portrays the current situation of sustainable mobility systems, while identifying

mobility as one of the most important design tasks of the future.

Softcover

272 pages, 270 col. ill.

20.5 × 26 cm

Print 978-3-86859-645-8

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 38.00 (GB)

11.2021

English

Also available in German:

Print 978-3-86859-646-5

++ Sustainable mobility design in 60 projects,

from the App to the bicycle parking garage

++ Essential and current, for municipalities,

planning departments, and all those who

shape transitions in traffic ++

Bus terminal Amsterdam Central. Benthem Crouwel Architects, © Jannes Linders


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Ein neuer Typus Kirche

Hybride öffentliche Räume

Jürgen Willinghöfer (ed.)

on behalf of the Evangelische Kirche in Mitteldeutschland

(EKM) and the EKD-Institut für Kirchenbau und kirchliche

Kunst der Gegenwart at the Philipps-Universität Marburg

Once the center of village and city life, diminishing congregation numbers

have left church buildings increasingly empty or forced to close. So, how can

they be revitalized?

Since 2016, under the patronage of the Evangelical Church in Middle

Germany and the International Building Exhibition IBA Thueringen, citizens

have unified through solidarity-forming projects to reactivate their churches

as sites of community. This second volume of the series StadtLand:Kirche

presents these ambitious projects, detailing a narrative of progress through

failures and successes. Case studies such as the Her(r)bergskirche in

Rennsteig and the Bienen-Garten-Kirche in Roldisleben, demonstrate that

realistic secular uses can complement the original offerings of the church. A

new type of church is emerging as a hybrid place at the center of the village.

Softcover with flaps

196 pages, 150 col. ill.

23.5 × 28 cm

Print 978-3-86859-699-1

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05.2021

German

++ New perspectives for the reuse of

churches in Germany ++ Showing the

potential of church spaces as sites of

the community reimagined ++ A tool

box for congregations wishing to bring

innovative ideas to their church buildings

++ View of the rural as an area for

the future ++

Related title:

500 Kirchen, 500 Ideen

Evangelische Kirche in Mitteldeutschland (EKM),

Internationale Bauausstellung (IBA) Thüringen

Jürgen Willinghöfer / Lars Weitemeier (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-494-2

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 34.50 (UK)

11.2017


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Perspectives in Metropolitan Research 7

Constructing innovation:

How large-scale projects drive novelty

in the construction industry

Joachim Thiel / Venetsiya Dimitrova / Johanna Ruge (eds.)

The construction sector is not exactly known for its innovation. Also, the reputation of large-scale projects builds less on

their capacity to generate novelty than on their likelihood to fail in terms of project management’s performance indicators

of time and cost. And yet, throughout the history of construction, the sector has regularly experienced the introduction

of novel technologies and techniques, often advanced through large-scale projects such as the Eiffel Tower or

Sydney Opera House.

This book seeks to shed light on this aspect of large-scale construction projects. The volume contains the results of an

interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars from the social sciences and construction engineering. Through six indepth

case studies comprising recent large-scale construction projects in Germany, chapters take different disciplinary

and conceptual premises to explore the contribution these projects have made in generating and dispersing innovations.

Softcover

208 pages, 50 col. ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-678-6

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07.2021

English

++ First-hand insight into outstanding

recent construction ventures in Germany,

based on 85 in-depth interviews with

experts ++ Including the Elbphilharmonie,

European Central Bank premises, Berlin

Central Station ++

© Robert Metsch


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The Salons of the Republic

Spaces for Debate

Holger Kleine (ed.)

The political climate of our time is being shaped by a dwindling ability to

engage in public dialogue, putting democratic practices under increasing

pressure. In order to counter the trend towards retreating into the realm

of self-affirmation, we need new spaces in which public debate is not only

tolerated but stimulated. With this in mind, students at RheinMain University

of Applied Sciences designed centrally located salons in Berlin and Frankfurt/Main

that could inspire interest in democratic engagement. In summer

2021, the German Architecture Museum will exhibit these designs. This book

complements the exhibit with five essays by well-known authors, as well as a

comic strip depicting a day in the life of the Salons of the Republic.

Softcover

168 pages, 100 col. and b/w ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-709-7

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06.2021

English

++ Architectural positions on interior

space as public space ++ Contributions

to the debate about a house of democracy

on Paulsplatz in Frankfurt ++ Didactic

concepts of “collaborative design studios”

prior to and during the Lockdown ++

Also available in German

Print 978-3-86859-708-0

© Moritz Bernoully / Holger Kleine

© Ngoc Anh Nguyen / Holger Kleine


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Cosmopolitan Habitat

A Research Agenda for Urban Resilience

Jörg Schröder / Maurizio Carta / Federica Scaffidi /

Annalisa Contato (eds.)

Cosmopolitan Habitat promotes a research agenda for urban resilience,

understanding cities as global avant-garde in the planetary challenges of

climate change, migration, and social fragmentation. Within the framework

of the Green Deal, Europe is advancing ideas and innovations aimed at

manifesting change and long-term strategies in our cities in order to achieve

the aims of resilience and sustainability. At the same time, we are facing the

impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on our cities and on our ways of imagining

and constructing urban futures. How can cities become new, concrete

places to invent, explore, experiment, and live in open communities that are

able to face global challenges while also enhancing liveability, inclusivity,

and urban economies? Cosmopolitan Habitat presents conceptual models,

urban strategies, and spatial practices for the Open City, combining urbanism,

architecture, humanities, culture, economy, and politics.

Softcover

272 pages, 172 col. and b/w ill.

15 × 22 cm

Print 978-3-86859-690-8

E-Book 978-3-86859-962-6

€ 36.00 (DE) | $ 41.99 (US) | £ 32.50 (GB)

05.2021

English

++ International research on cities as

avantgarde in dealing with climate

change, migration, and social fragmentation,

towards resilience and sustainability

++ Discussion of the impact of

Covid-19 on urban futures ++


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Transformative Partizipation

Strategien für den Siedlungsbau der Nachkriegsmoderne

Matthias Brunner / Maren Harnack / Natalie Heger / Hans Jürgen Schmitz (eds.)

Transformative Partizipation explores participation projects for various large housing estates in Germany and

Austria. Protagonists from the fields of architecture, urban planning, sociology, history, and art use specific

case studies to reflect on current and historical forms of participation. They examine the ideas and goals that

shaped those formats and what kind of instituitions resulted from them. A special focus is on artistic forms

of participation and their potential to initiate processes of reflection on the identity and image of the housing

schemes, thus contributing to their long-term transformation. The aim of this publication is to further develop

participatory concepts, promote their dissemination, and firmly embed them in practice.

Softcover

144 pages, 60 col. ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-691-5

E-Book 978-3-86859-975-6

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10.2021

German

© Nils Heck

++ Overview of current and historical

forms of participation ++ New perspectives

on large-scale housing estates of

post-war modernism ++ Strategies for

democratic urban transformations ++


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Schwarzer Rolli, Hornbrille

Plädoyer für einen Wandel in der Planungskultur

Karin Hartmann

Despite increasing numbers of female students graduating from architecture

programs, women remain heavily underrepresented in the architecture

profession. Few female architects enter the profession, and when they do,

it remains difficult to retain them, and they continue to be the exception in

leadership and top-ranking positions. So, why do women turn their backs

on the architecture profession? What are some of the gaps created by

their absence in the planning and design of spaces? Would our cities look

different if young women architects were naturally part of a diverse urban

design culture? Karin Hartmann reveals the structural discrimination faced

by women in architecture, illustrating what is missing from the built environment

when women don’t have a seat at the table, and what impact a cultural

shift in city planning could have. At the same time, Hartmann provides a

context and arguments for how to adequately function within the framework

of a traditional industry.

Softcover with flaps

144 pages, 50 col. and b/w ill.

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-698-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-967-1

€ 24.00 (DE) | $ 27.99 (US) | £ 22.00 (GB)

11.2021

German

++ First overview of the situation facing

female architects in Germany and

approaches for creating greater equality

in a traditional industry ++ Knowledge

frameworks for planning offices, institutions,

and students ++

© María del Mar Muriel

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Architektinnen • BDA

Association of German Architects BDA Berlin (ed.)

Showing a presence and highlighting the significance of female architects for

contemporary building culture is the guiding principle of the show Architektinnen

• BDA, the Association of German Architects Berlin’s contribution to

the festival Women in Architecture Berlin 2021.

The curators bring to light the accrued female capacity in the BDA—as a

community of individual minds, united by their commitment to the profession

of architecture and building culture. Around 50 female BDA architects and

affiliated members responded to the curatorial team’s open call for presenting

a selection of their works.

The publication accompanies the exhibition at the BDA Galerie Berlin,

alongside a poster campaign in public space. 50 short interviews give insight

into the position and works of the architects, and complement the selected

architectural contributions.

Softcover with flaps

192 pages, 180 col. and b/w ill.

21 × 21 cm

Print 978-3-86859-715-8

€ 29.00 (DE) | $ 33.99 (US) | £ 26.50 (UK)

06.2021

German

++ A who‘s who of Berlin’s female

BDA members ++ A qualitative profile

of the contributions of Berlin BDA

architects ++

House on the Spree, Berlin, Tanja Lincke Architekten, © Noshe

Convertible City – Venice Architecture Biennale, Grüntuch Ernst Architekten, © Jan Bitter


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Entrance to village and village square, Dogil Maeul, 2019 © Stefanie Bürkle / VG Bild-Kunst Bonn 2021

Loi Chao tu Hanoi, stuffed animal store, Old Quarter, Hanoi, 2005 © Stefanie Bürkle / VG Bild-Kunst Bonn 2021


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MigraTouriSpace

Migrating Spaces and Tourism

Stefanie Bürkle

MigraTouriSpace is an artistic examination of travelling as an approach to

the phenomena of migration and tourism, and of the many ways in which

they overlap. Understanding that when people travel they also take with

them spaces and images means that tourism no longer inevitably refers

to the vacation as an exceptional state. Brought back home, the tourist’s

gaze has long operated to shape everyday life.

For three years, artist Stefanie Bürkle and her interdisciplinary team

travelled between Berlin and South Korea, photographing and filming.

The result of this research is an atlas of images, with places such as the

Vietnamese wholesale market Dong Xuan Center in Berlin-Lichtenberg

and the German Village, Dogil Maeul, in South Korea, that demonstrates

the tension between a migration of culturally coded spatial contexts and

post-touristic practices.

With a preface by Martina Löw

Softcover with flaps

224 pages, 200 col. ill.

21.4 × 27 cm

Print 978-3-86859-697-7

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05.2021

English/German

++ Photographic exploration of

German house typologies in South

Korea and Vietnamese placemaking in

Berlin ++ Mappings and image series

as creative research methods ++


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© Armin Linke © Armin Linke


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Bauakademie Berlin

Raumgestaltung und Entwerfen, TU Wien

Wilfried Kuehn / Franz Karner / Julia Nuler /

Lisi Zeininger (eds.)

Armin Linke’s night photography reveals the vacancy of the Bauakademie

as a trace of Schinkel in Berlin’s urban fabric. The rudimentary replica of

the corner construction raises questions about the future use and form of

this centrally located site. Despite current majority support in Parliament

for a reconstruction of the historical envelope—analogous to the recently

completed Humboldt Forum—there are clearly more differentiated ideas

among architects and urban society in Berlin about the future of the

Bauakademie building. There is strong resistance to the appropriation of

this important institution and building task by representational politics, that

actually threaten to obscure more historical traces than they are supposed

to make visible with the motto “As much Schinkel as possible”. At this

important moment, Bauakademie Berlin offers conceptual perspectives

for a contemporary Bauakademie in the form of texts, architectural drawings,

and artist’s photographs.

With texts by Sandra Bartoli, Stefanie Endlich, Philipp Oswalt,

Tanja Scheffler, Dubravka Sekulić, Axel Sowa, Stephan Trüby,

and Andreas Zeese. Photographs by Armin Linke and Gili Merin

Softcover with flaps

320 pages, 25 col. and 90 b/w ill.

14.8 × 21 cm

Print 978-3-86859-701-1

€ 34.00 (DE) | $ 39.99 (US) | £ 31.00 (GB)

07.2021

English/German

++ A critical contribution to the Berlin

inner city reconstruction debate

through the example of the Bauakademie

Berlin ++ Texts on the actual

discourse and design projects by

students of the TU Wien ++

© Armin Linke


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© Jan Herres

© Jan Herres


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Das Berliner Zimmer

Geschichte, Typologie, Nutzungsaneignung

Jan Herres

Found in Berlin’s characteristic multi-story residential buildings, Berliner

Zimmer—courtyard-facing corner rooms located between the front and

side wings—have always offered both constraints and opportunities. They

are dark, hard to heat, and have no clearly defined function. They are rooms

that invite creative approaches to the space, rooms that are both loved and

hated—but that have, until now, been little-researched. In this book, Jan

Herres pioneers this research. He shows how the Berliner Zimmer first came

into being in the eighteenth century, and why it continues to be a feature of

residential construction in Berlin today. The account of the room’s position

in architectural history is supplemented with case studies and images showcasing

its contemporary uses and potential for interior design.

Bringing together floor plans, measurements, and the ways residents use

and live in these rooms, Das Berliner Zimmer. Geschichte, Typologie,

Nutzungsaneignung represents both the first anthology of Berliner Zimmer

and a case for flexible residential architecture that can be adapted to future

needs and uses.

Softcover

144 pages, num. col. and b/w ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-707-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-982-4

€ 29.00 (DE) | $ 33.99 (US) | £ 26.50 (GB)

10.2021

German

++ Architectural-historical review

of a Berlin residential architecture

phenomenon ++ Comparative analysis

of the use of space by residents ++

© Jan Herres


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© Friederike von Rauch, TdT 14, 2010


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Topography of Terror

The Design of a Memorial

Ursula Wilms (ed.)

With Photographs by Friederike von Rauch

TOPOGRAPHIE DES TERRORS

Gestaltung eines

Erinnerungsortes

TOPOGRAPHY OF TERROR

The Design

of a Memorial

The Topography of Terror, a new site of learning and remembrance, was built

on the former site of the Nazi-era Gestapo and State Security Headquarters

in central Berlin, and it now attracts over a million visitors each year. In this

volume, Andreas Nachama, historian and director of the Topography of Terror

Foundation from 1994 to 2019, shares his first personal encounters with the

place and traces the evolution and establishment of the Topography of Terror,

on which he closely worked from the 1980s. Architect and exhibition designer

Ursula Wilms and landscape architect Heinz W. Hallmann present the design

principles that guided their master plan uniting architecture, landscape, and the

permanent exhibition space for the Topography of Terror. The volume includes

original photographs by Friederike von Rauch, in which the artist conveys the

atmosphere of the site shortly before its completion in 2010.

Softcover with flaps

112 pages, 41 col. ill.

26 × 30 cm

Print 978-3-86859-673-1

€ 36.00 (DE) | $ 41.99 (US) | £ 32.50 (GB)

09.2021

English/German

ANDREAS NACHAMA

HEINZ W. HALLMANN

URSULA WILMS

FOTOGRAFIEN | PHOTOGRAPHS

FRIEDERIKE VON RAUCH

++ Andreas Nachama reflects on the

evolution and establishment of the

Topography of Terror ++ Original

photographs from 2010 by Friederike

von Rauch ++ Comprehensive documentation

of the redesign of the Visitor

and Documentation Center and the

surrounding open space ++

© Friederike von Rauch, TdT 21, 2010 © Friederike von Rauch, TdT 30, 2010


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Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei 2

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei GmbH & Co KG (ed.)

Nine years after the first major monograph on the work of the architectural

office Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei, a second volume marks the tentative culmination

of many years of harmonious collaboration between the three partners.

From the outset, the office committed to the guiding principle: “First the city,

then the house.” A second principle: “Inside is different from outside,” is also

reflected in its buildings. The external form of a house, as part of the public

realm, is committed to the city, whereas the interior of a house is dedicated

to the private needs and lifestyle of its residents. Buildings are not industrial

products, but individuals in which the creative influence of hand and intellect

are manifest.

Clothbound

264 pages, 150 b/w ill.

29.7 × 24.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-706-6

€ 48.00 (DE) | $ 55.99 (US) | £ 43.50 (GB)

09.2021

English/German

++ Comprehensive, timeless monograph

of the work of the awardwinning

Stuttgart architectural office,

documenting signature public and

private buildings ++ Craft as an indispensable

aspect of architecture ++

Diocesan Curia and Archive, Rottenburg © Roland Halbe

Available again:

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei 1

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei GmbH & Co KG (ed.)

Clothbound

264 pages, 150 b/w ill.

29.7 × 24.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-199-6

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 38.00 (GB)

11.2012 / Second edition 09.2021

English/German


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Ravensburg Art Museum, Ravensburg © Roland Halbe

Württemberg State Library, Stuttgart © Brigida González


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The Depth of the

Landscape

Jean-Pierre Pranlas-Descours (ed.)

Throughout history, the relationship between landscape and

architecture has formed the basis of culture and the development

of human settlements. The unfolding of a site, its transformation

through the construction of buildings or of entire cities, translates

into this basic idea: that history extends geography. In recent

decades, generic architecture has increasingly homogenized the

appearance of different territories, resulting in a profoundly different

understanding of nature and landscape.

Within his work, French architect and urban planner Jean-Pierre

Pranlas-Descours continuously articulates the relationship between

landscape and architecture. This book traces his line of thought by

reflecting on 16 projects and their specific conditions.

Hardcover

240 pages, 208 col. and b/w ill.

25 × 29.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-720-2

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 38.00 (GB)

11.2021

English

++ Comprehensive monograph on the work of

the award-winning architectural office JPPD ++

With an introduction by Kenneth Frampton ++

9 783868 597202

The Chamber of Trades and Crafts, Hauts-de-France, Lille © Sebastian Van Damme


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gmp FOCUS

Berlin Brandenburg Airport

Willy Brandt

Meinhard von Gerkan / Hubert Nienhoff (eds.)

Photographs by Marcus Bredt

In recent years, few German buildings have received as much public attention

as the capital’s new airport, designed by von Gerkan, Marg and Partners

Architects. Since opening in October 2020, BER can now be experienced by

everyone.

This volume of the gmp FOCUS series offers insight into the design and planning

of the airport, which is characterized by short distances, a high degree

of modularity, and flexibility of use. Based on a universal planning and design

manual, all elements of the airport are integrated into an axial system and form

an architectural-functional unit. An essay by architecture critic Falk Jaeger and

an interview with the designing architects provide background information on

the project.

Hardcover

120 pages, 80 col. and b/w ill.

19 × 29.2 cm

Print 978-3-86859-686-1

€ 29.80 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 27.00 (GB)

10.2021

English/German

++ Monograph on the new central

airport, designed by the architects of

Berlin Tegel Airport ++ Background

information on the design and

concept ++ Comprehensive documentation

of the building in photographs

and drawings ++

© Marcus Bredt


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© Interstitial Hong Kong


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Interstitial Hong Kong

Exploring the Miniature Open Spaces of High-Density

Urbanism

Xiaoxuan Lu / Susanne Trumpf / Ivan Valin

Enmeshed in Hong Kong’s densely woven urban fabric, wedged between

its towering mixed-use complexes and perched along its steep hillsides, sits

a network of more than 500 miniature public parks comprising the smallest

unit of the city’s public open space network. Though plentiful, these

so-called Sitting-out Areas—referred to locally as 三 角 屎 坑 (literally: a “threecornered

shit pit”)—have never been considered in terms of the collective

resource they have the potential to be.

This book presents a series of critical essays revealing the city’s Sitting-out

Areas in relation to Hong Kong’s planning histories and shifting terrains,

while also tracking how these spatial fragments have been shaped by

concepts of publicness, accessibility, and regulation. The second half of

the book presents 44 richly illustrated case studies revealing the variety and

idiosyncrasies of Hong Kong’s smallest open spaces. Ultimately, the book

argues that we can understand the high-density city not only through its

buildings, but through the character and potency of its interstitial landscapes.

Flexcover

320 pages, num. col. ill.

14 × 21 cm

Print 978-3-86859-689-2

E-Book 978-3-86859-959-6

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 29.00 (UK)

03.2021

English

++ A richly-illustrated look at the

evolution and variety of Hong Kong’s

pocket parks in relation to the city’s

density, cultural heritage, infrastructure,

waterfront, geology, and ecology ++


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The Schorgasttalbrücke

Christian Brensing (ed.)

State route 289 runs along the Schorgast Valley in the upper

Franconian district of Kulmbach. At the level of the village of

Untersteinach a bypass was created, 550 meters of which

incorporates the Schorgast Valley bridge. Civil engineering

firms BPR Dr. Schäpertöns Consult GmbH and SRP Schneider

& Partner won the 2010 competition in partnership with

SBR Schultz-Brauns & Reinhart Architekten. They selected a

multi-span cable-stayed bridge to extend in a wide arc across

the Schorgast flood plain. At the awards ceremony, the jury

praised the structurally and visually impressive form for its

self-confident appearance, its harmony, transparency and

significance. With its one-sided suspension and six internally

radiating pylons the structure creates a strong optical statement,

as well as offering a convincing contribution to the

local Baukultur. The bridge opened to traffic in 2020.

++ Comprehensive documentation of

a contemporary bridge in Germany,

from the project competition stage

through to completion ++ Exceptional

example of civil engineering as

a public project ++

Half cloth

120 pages, 110 col. and b/w ill.

32 × 23 cm

Print 978-3-86859-685-4

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 32.00 (GB)

09.2021

English/German

© Hajo Dietz


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Landscript 6

Landscape Analogue

About Material Culture and Idealism

Christophe Girot / Albert Kirchengast (eds.)

The difficulty of reconciling our basic needs with the long history of cultural

landscapes, in all their inherent beauty and sufficiency, has become clear. With

our deep trust in modern technology, in progress and in a demanding global

lifestyle we have become a real threat to our world. Yet, today the existential and

elementary nature of landscapes remains the bearer of a successful metaphor

for “balance”. Why not draw—amidst a truly global crisis—conclusions out of our

long history of designed nature, of places shaped by skilled labor and a quest

for pleasure? Landscape Analogue seeks to stimulate the “Analogue” dimension

as a substantial concept for everyday landscape thinking. In an anthology

of interdisciplinary essays, Landscript 6 stresses the necessity for a fundamental

shift, within the likely framework of a future of restricted resources, a radically

different mobility or “hot” cities.

Softcover

256 pages, 120 ill.

16 × 22 cm

Print 978-3-86859-541-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-974-9

€ 29.80 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 27.00 (GB)

11.2021

English

++ Fundamental reflection on the

understanding of landscape and

nature facing the global climate

crises ++ A re-evaluation of the term

“analogue” for the design disciplines

++ Renowned international researchers

from various disciplines ++

9 783868 595413

Aerial view of the „Parterre de Latone“ in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, France, © ToucanWings, 2013


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37

Blühstreifen—zwischen Traum und Zaun

Gärten im Fokus der Kunst

Susanne Knorr / Kai Uwe Schierz / Philipp Schreiner / Ulrike Wollenhaupt-Schmidt (eds.)

The catalog Blühstreifen—zwischen Traum und Zaun appears on the occasion of the exhibition, with the same name,

at the Kunsthalle Erfurt and the Erfurter Kunstverein. The garden is presented as a place of duality and of contradiction,

nestled in the borderland between reality and ideal, utopia and dystopia, order and chaos, exclusion and inclusion—a

paradise inherently threatened with the feeling of displacement.

In our time, defined by climate change and migration flows, the imaginary of the (extended) garden has also become

more political: this is evidenced not only by numerous works of international artists, but also through essays by a philosopher,

art historian, sociologist, and biologist. The catalog and exhibition regard the garden from all cultural- and art-historical

and socio-political facets, from its origins, to its perversion in the shape of dreams of universal availability and genetic

experiments.

With contributions by Joseph Beuys, Helen Britton, Arno Fischer, Utagawa Hiroshige, Candida Höfer, Barbara Nemitz,

Katrina Neiburga, Martin Parr, Torsten Enzo Richter, among others

Softcover

320 pages, num. col. ill.

21 × 28 cm

Print 978-3-86859-714-1

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 34.50 (UK)

06.2021

German

++ The garden reflected in contemporary

art and cultural history ++ Published to

accompany the same-titled exhibition at

Kunsthalle Erfurt (20.06.–03.10.2021) ++

Candida Höfer: Volksgarten I 1974, Gelatin-silver print

© Candida Höfer, Köln, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021

Otto Schön, Goldlack mit Kakteen, 1930, Oil on canvas, © Dirk Urban

Martin Parr: GERMANY. Dusseldorf. KGV. Am Schwarzen Weg. Tatyana Schulakova (left) and

son Viktor Glasser. Natalie Erworth (centre) and ChristinaShenk, 2018, Archival Pigment Print

© Martin Parr / IKS-Medienarchiv, Dusseldorf


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Urban Open Space +

Strategies at the intersection of architecture and open

space planning

Carolin Mees (ed.)

Commonly used and designed open spaces are anchor points in the city

and a possible response to the consequences of urbanization and climate

change, as well as to the presence of social and cultural differences. This

book explores the role of add-ons in urban open spaces: specific components

for the cultivation of food, water, energy, and material production, as

well as for economic and social resources. The book asks how these added

elements create more resilient and sustainable urban spaces, by responding

to the needs and preferences of residents and by forming connections to

the surrounding urban environment. Scientific texts and opinion papers of

international experts provide a unique interdisciplinary discourse depicting

the diversity of add-ons from a range of micro- and macro-perspectives, and

offering strategies for collaborative, multi-coded urban spaces at the intersection

of architecture and open space planning.

Softcover

112 pages, 60 col. and b/w ill.

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-703-5

E-Book 978-3-86859-984-8

€ 29.00 (DE) | $ 33.99 (US) | £ 26.50 (GB)

09.2021

English/German

++ An important contribution to

debates around resilience in architecture,

open space, and urban planning

++ Strategies and projects for collaboratively

used urban open spaces, derived

from an international and interdisciplinary

perspective ++

Teaching and Learning Garden, Governors Island, New York City, NY. © Lars Chellberg


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++ Topical contributions towards the creative

and artistic design research process ++ Multifaceted

discourse around intentions in the creative

process in architecture and landscape ++

Intentions of Reflexive

Design

Design and Research in Architecture and

Landscape

Margitta Buchert (ed.)

How do intentions enroll into the practice of architecture

and landscape design and research? How do they

become operative to orient, clarify, and energize the

creative process, and in what ways do they inform design

and knowledge processes? Contributions in this edited

volume describe, reconstruct, and analyze a multitude of

capacities and arcs of tension that occur between alignment

and implementation, agency and contextualization,

as well as across exploration, imagination, and projection.

Contributors demonstrate further driving forces

that interplay generatively with intentions in the design

and research processes, offering new perspectives into

the relevance of a reflexive design practice in support of

creating a high-quality living environment.

With contributions from Matthias von Ballestrem, Maria

del Pilar Barba Buscaglia, Katja Benfer, Steffen Bösenberg,

Ricardo Carvalho, Edoardo Cresci, Valerie Hoberg,

Luciano Motta, Caroline Voet, Cyrus Zahiri, and Margitta

Buchert

Softcover with flaps

256 pages, 90 col. and b/w ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-696-0

E-Book 978-3-86859-969-5

€ 34.00 (DE) | $ 39.99 (US) | £ 31.00 (GB)

07.2021

English/German

++ A manual for epistolary political

action ++ The follow-up to Zweifel.

Performative Stadtplanung in 13 Vorträgen

++

Zweifellos

Aktivistische Stadtplanung in 13 Briefen

Ton Matton

Ton Matton is a city planner, indie urbanist, self-confessed

fan of performative urbanism, doubter, and epistolarian.

At the start of his career as a city planner, Matton began

writing letters on the subject of sustainable urban planning,

which at the time was still a very new field in the discipline.

He wrote one to a government minister, explaining that

housing estates are a compromise, not a replacement for

life in the city or the countryside. He wrote another one to

a Chancellor of Germany, reminding her that the energy

generated by solar and wind power still needs to be stored

in electric toothbrushes and cell phone batteries. Since

then, he has written many more letters—to politicians, project

developers, and people of greater and lesser renown.

All Matton’s letters express his passionate enjoyment of

doubt. With a lot of humor and his usual provocativeness,

he challenges the recipients of his letters to look at things

in a new light, and in doing so encourages readers to seize

the initiative themselves.

Softcover

160 pages

10.5 × 14.8 cm

Print 978-3-86859-674-8

E-Book 978-3-86859-946-6

€ 16.80 (DE) | $ 19.99 (US) | £ 15.50 (GB)

08.2021

German

Related title:

Zweifel

Ton Matton

Print 978-3-86859-553-6

€ 16.80 (DE) | $ 19.99 (US) | £ 15.50 (UK)

01.2019


jovis research

Fundamental questions in architecture and urbanism that look

beyond the present moment: we envision the jovis research series

as a platform for scholars aiming to make their work accessible to

a broader public. We offer a stage for socially relevant academic

discourse on the history and theory of architecture and related disciplines—with

striking design and at an affordable price.

HOUSING

Lincoln Revisited

Gebrauchsspuren einer Wohnbebauung

With photographs by Till Schuster

Lorenzen Mayer Architekten (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 20 × 26 cm

72 pages, 69 col. and 4 b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-607-6

€ 22.00 (DE) | $ 25.99 (US) | £ 20.00 (UK)

German

Zusammenhalt braucht Räume

Wohnen integriert

Christine Hannemann / Karin Hauser (eds.)

Swiss brochure, 17 × 24 cm

192 pages, 150 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-640-3

€ 24.80 (DE) | $ 29.50 (US) | £ 22.50 (UK)

German

E-Book 978-3-86859-942-8

architektur + analyse 7

Experiment Wohnbau

Die partizipative Architektur des Modell

Steiermark

Andrea Jany

Softcover, 16.5 × 22.5 cm

200 pages, 226 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-589-5

€ 29.80 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 27.00 (UK)

German

Housing the Family

Locating the Single-Family Home in Germany

Christiane Cantauw / Anne Caplan /

Elisabeth Timm (eds.)

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

328 pages, 75 ill.

Print 978-3-86859-543-7

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 38.00 (US) | £ 30.00 (UK)

English

New Social Housing

Positions on the IBA_Vienna 2022

IBA_Wien 2022 / future.lab (eds.)

Softcover, 22.5 × 27.5 cm

256 pages, 150 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-626-7

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 32.00 (UK)

English

Alle wollen wohnen

Gerecht. Sozial. Bezahlbar

Ursula Kleefisch-Jobst / Peter Köddermann /

Karen Jung (eds.)

Hardcover, 18.5 × 26 cm

248 pages, 190 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-474-4

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 38.00 (US) | £ 30.00 (UK)

German


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URBAN DESIGN

2000 Years of Housing in Vienna

From the Celtic Oppidum to the Residential

Area of the Future. Housing as Social History

Wolfgang Förster (ed.)

Hardcover, 19 × 24.5 cm

188 pages, num. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-661-8

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 29.00 (UK)

English/German

Architectural Policy in Finland

Architecture as Civic Education

Turit Fröbe

Softcover with flaps, 18.5 × 26.5 cm

192 pages, 50 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-616-8

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.00 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

English

E-Book 978-3-86859-937-4

GAM 16

gewohnt: un/common

Guest Editors: Andreas Lichtblau / Sigrid

Verhovsek

Softcover, 22.6 x 27.4 cm

250 pages, num. col. and b/w

Print 978-3-86859-856-8

€ 19.95 (DE) | $ 22.99 (US) | £ 18.00 (UK)

English/German

Urban Design Methods

Undine Giseke / Martina Löw / Angela Million /

Philipp Misselwitz / Jörg Stollmann (eds.)

Softcover, 13 × 21 cm

256 pages, 30 col. and 70 b/w

Print 978-3-86859-571-0

€ 29.80 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 27.00 (UK)

English

E-Book 978-3-86859-955-8

Bezahlbar. Gut. Wohnen.

Strategien für erschwinglichen Wohnraum

Klaus Dömer / Hans Drexler / Joachim

Schultz-Granberg

Softcover with flaps, 14 × 19 cm

296 pages, 240 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-432-4

€ 25.00 (DE) | $ 28.99 (US) | £ 22.50 (UK)

German

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 × 26 cm

384 pages, 300 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-562-8

€ 34.80 (DE) | $ 39.95 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

English

RE-USE

Upscaling, Training, Commoning

Constructing a Future That Is yet to Be

Ana Džokić / Marc Neelen – STEALTH.unlimited

Softcover, 19.5 × 29.7 cm

232 pages, num. col.

Print 978-3-86859-522-2

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 32.00 (UK)

English

Moravia Manifesto

Coding Strategies for Informal Neighborhoods

Moritz Ahlert / Maximilian Becker / Albert Kreisel

/ Philipp Misselwitz / Nina Pawlicki / Tobias

Schrammek (eds.)

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

344 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-535-2

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 38.00 (US) | £ 30.00 (UK)

English/Spanish

Sorge um den Bestand

Zehn Strategien für die Architektur

Olaf Bahner / Matthias Böttger / Laura Holzberg

(eds.) for the Bund Deutscher Architektinnen

und Architekten BDA

Swiss brochure, 17 × 24 cm

208 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-659-5

€ 28.00 (DE) | $ 30.00 (US) | £ 26.00 (UK)

German

Across Theory and Practice: Thinking

Through Urban Research

Monika Grubbauer / Kate Shaw (eds.)

Softcover, 15 × 22 cm

256 pages, 61 unicol. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-540-6

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 39.95 (US) | £ 29.00 (UK)

English

Transformationen

Petra und Paul Kahlfeldt

Clothbound with dust jacket, 22.5 × 28.6 cm

256 pages, 464 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-554-3

€ 49.80 (DE) | $ 57.99 (US) | £ 45.50 (UK)

German

Put People First!

Report from the International Bauforum 2019 |

Magistralen in Hamburg

Dirk Meyhöfer / Behörde für Stadtentwicklung

und Wohnen Hamburg (eds.)

Softcover, 26 × 37 cm

128 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-658-8

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 44.00 (US) | £ 34.50 (UK)

English/German


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Koproduktion Urbaner Resilienz

Das Gängeviertel in Hamburg als Reallabor für

eine zukunftsfähige Stadtentwicklung

Michael Ziehl

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

208 pages, 36 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-641-0

€ 36.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 32.00 (UK)

German

E-Book 978-3-86859-939-8

Spolien

Phänomene der Wiederverwendung in der

Architektur

Hans-Rudolf Meier

Hardcover, 19.5 × 24 cm

240 pages, 156 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-651-9

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 49.00 (US) | £ 40.00 (UK)

German

E-Book 978-3-86859-944-2

ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY

Baukultur–Studienausgabe

Spiegel gesellschaftlichen Wandels

Werner Durth / Paul Sigel

Softcover, three volumes in a slipcase

23.3 × 30.5 cm, 808 pages

570 col. and 450 b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-427-0

€ 29.95 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 27.00 (UK)

German

Hasenheide 13

Sammlung Wemhöner (ed.)

Hardcover, 21 × 13 cm

208 pages, 136 b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-650-2

€ 24.00 (DE) | $ 27.99 (US) | £ 22.00 (UK)

German

Building Berlin

Developers Who Shaped the Emerging

Metropolis

Wolfgang Schäche / Daniel Ralf Schmitz /

David Pessier

Clothbound with jacket, 22.3 × 28.7 cm

224 pages, 234 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-559-8

€ 48.00 (DE) | $ 49.95 (US) | £ 43.50 (UK)

English

Das Meisterwerk

Der Architekt Martin Punitzer und der

Roxy-Palast

Wolfgang Schäche / Brigitte Jacob / David

Pessier

Clothbound with jacket, 21 × 29.5 cm

128 pages, 130 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-647-2

€ (DE) 42.00 | $ 49.00 (US) | £ 40.00 (UK)

German

Typisch Posener

Katrin Voermanek

Softcover, 14 × 23 cm

152 pages, 16 unicol. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-593-2

€ 18.00 (DE) | $ 20.99 (US) | £ 16.50 (UK)

German

100 Jahre Moderne in Hessen

Von der Reichsgründung bis zur Ölkrise.

Ein Architekturführer

Kai Buchholz / Philipp Oswalt (eds.)

Hardcover, 15 × 20.5 cm, 584 pages

130 col. and 420 b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-583-3

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 32.00 (UK)

German

Setting the Stage for Modernity

Cafés, Hotels, Restaurants

Franziska Bollerey

Hardcover with flaps, 18.5 × 26 cm

256 pages, 309 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-483-6

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 60.00 (US) | £ 38.00 (UK)

English/German

Asmara

Africa’s Jewel of Modernity

Photographs by Stefan Boness

Jochen Visscher (ed.)

Hardcover, 17 × 20 cm

96 pages, 82 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-435-5

€ 18.00 (DE) | $ 19.95 (US) | £ 16.95 (UK)

English/German

POSTWAR MODERNISM

Tel Aviv

The White City

Photographs by Stefan Boness

Essay by Carsten Hueck

Jochen Visscher (ed.)

Hardcover, 17 × 20 cm

96 pages, 100 col. ill.

Print 978-3-939633-75-4

€ 18.00 (DE) | $ 19.95 (US) | £ 16.95 (UK)

English/German

The Essence of Berlin-Tegel

Taking Stock of an Airport’s Architecture

Peter Ortner

Hardcover, 22 × 17 cm

112 pages, 100 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-631-1

€ 22.00 (DE) | $ 25.99 (US) | £ 20.00 (UK)

English/German


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URBANISM

Potenzial Großsiedlung

Zukunftsbilder für die Neue Vahr

Katja-Annika Pahl / Iris Reuther / Peter Stubbe /

Jürgen Tietz (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 24 × 30 cm

160 pages, 120 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-533-8

€ 39.80 (DE) | $ 45.99 (US) | £ 36.00 (UK)

German

Tokyo: An Urban Portrait

Looking at a Megacity Through Its Differences

Naomi C. Hanakata

Hardcover, 17 × 24 cm

336 pages, 84 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-575-8

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.00 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

English

Mapping the Croatian Coast

A Road Trip to Architectural Legacies of Cold

War and Tourism Boom

Antonia Dika / Bernadette Krejs (eds.)

Softcover, 14.8 × 21 cm

144 pages + 8 double-sided folding maps

108 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-648-9

€ 30.00 (DE) | $ 34.00 (US) | £ 28.00 (UK)

English

Make City

A Compendium of Urban Alternatives

Francesca Ferguson, MAKE_SHIFT (ed.)

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

352 pages, 400 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-567-3

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 38.00 (US) | £ 30.00 (UK)

English/German

Holidays After the Fall

Seaside Architecture and Urbanism in Bulgaria

and Croatia

Michael Zinganel / Elke Beyer /

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Städte für Menschen

Jan Gehl

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Maren Harnack / Natalie Heger / Matthias

Brunner (eds.)

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Eventisierung der Stadt

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Le Corbusier: Unité d’habitation “Typ Berlin“

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Bärbel Högner (ed.)

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Los Angeles Endzeitmoderne

Wolfgang Koelbl

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Daniel Bartetzko / Karin Berkemann (eds.)

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Religion und Stadt

Positionen zum zeitgenössischen Sakralbau in

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Ansgar and Benedikt Schulz (eds.)

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Inklusionsmaschine STADT

Inklusion im Städtebau, interdisziplinär

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Andrea Benze / Dorothee Rummel (eds.)

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Vegetarian Architecture

Case Studies on Building and Nature

Andrea Bocco Guarneri

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Berlin—Die Schönheit des Alltäglichen

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Frank Peter Jäger (ed.)

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The Botanical City

Matthew Gandy / Sandra Jasper (eds.)

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Ruralism

The Future of Villages and Small Towns in an

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Vanessa Miriam Carlow, Institute for Sustainable

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Urban Agriculture Europe

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Die Bodenfrage

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Radbahn Berlin

Future Visions for the Ecomobile City

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LANDSCAPE AND ECOLOGY

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From the Aesthetic to the Productive

Cornelia Redeker / Monique Jüttner (eds.)

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The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture

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Mensch und Landschaftsarchitektur

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In the Park

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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The Berlin Universities and their Development

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Hortitecture

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Max Dudler—Narrating Spaces

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SCHOOL ARCHITECTURE

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Vom Dazwischen zum Lernraum—

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Marika Schmidt / Rolf Schuster (eds.)

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The Photobook in Art and Society

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Monastic

Friederike von Rauch

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Architecture Is Participation

Die Baupiloten—Methods and Projects

Susanne Hofmann

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Das gelobte Land der Moderne

Deutsche Reisefotografien zwischen Aleppo

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Karin Berkemann

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Schulen planen und bauen 2.0

Grundlagen, Prozesse, Projekte

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Neues Palais in Sanssouci

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Rudolf Prinz zur Lippe / Samuel Wittwer

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Städte für Menschen

Jan Gehl

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Eine Galerie finden

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Cai Wagner

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Das Hochhaus als Gewebe von Gestaltung

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Bauten und Projekte in Westdeutschland

zwischen 1945 und 1980

Falk Schneemann

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Implosions/Explosions

Towards a Study of Planetary Urbanization

Neil Brenner (Hg.)

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Bodies

Between Space and Design

Cristina Bianchetti

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Open Architecture

Nachhaltiger Holzbau mit System

Hans Drexler

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Authors and Editors

Bauhaus-Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Architektur

und Planung 6

Buchert, Margitta 39

Bund Deutscher Architektinnen und Architekten BDA

Berlin 19

Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung 3

Bürkle, Stefanie 21

Bredt, Marcus 31

Brensing, Christian 34

Brunner, Matthias 17

Carta, Maurizio 16

Contato, Annalisa 16

Dimitrova, Venetsiya 14

Eckart, Peter 11

EKD-Institut für Kirchenbau und kirchliche Kunst der

Gegenwart an der Philipps-Universität Marburg 12

Evangelische Kirche in Mitteldeutschland (EKM) 12

Flanders Architecture Institute (VAi) 9

Girot, Christophe 35

Harnack, Maren 17

Hartmann, Karin 18

Heger, Natalie 17

Heilmeyer, Florian 9

Herres, Jan 25

Karner, Franz 23

Kirchengast, Albert 35

Kleine, Holger 15

Knorr, Susanne 37

Kuehn, Wilfried 23

Maibohm, Arne 3

Markgraf, Monika 5

Matton, Ton 39

Mees, Carolin 38

Nienhoff, Hubert 31

Nuler, Julia 23

Pranlas-Descours, Jean-Pierre 30

Raumgestaltung und Entwerfen, TU Wien 23

Ruge, Johanna 14

Scaffidi, Federica 16

Schierz, Kai Uwe 37

Schreiner, Philipp 37

Schröder, Jörg 16

Schmitz, Hans Jürgen 17

Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau 5

Team Vlaams Bouwmeester 9

Thiel, Joachim 14

Trumpf, Susanne 33

Valin, Ivan 33

Vöckler, Kai 11

von Gerkan, Meinhard 31

von Rauch, Friederike 27

Wilms, Ursula 27

Willinghöfer, Jürgen 12

Wollenhaupt-Schmidt, Ulrike 37

Zeininger, Lisi 23

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei GmbH & Co KG 28

Lu, Xiaoxuan 33


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