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2022 | FALL

ARCHITECTURE

URBANISM

LANDSCAPE


International Congress Centrum (ICC) Berlin © Zara Pfeifer


ICC Berlin________________________________________________________ 2

Nach der Kernkraft_________________________________________________ 4

Architectures of Weaving____________________________________________ 6

Sanfte Stadt______________________________________________________ 8

Planung für Morgen_______________________________________________ 10

Mobility Design__________________________________________________ 11

Reallabor Nachkriegsmoderne_______________________________________ 12

Sakralität im Wandel_______________________________________________ 13

Handbuch der Stadtbaukunst________________________________________ 14

Innenstadtleben__________________________________________________ 16

Bibliothek_______________________________________________________ 17

Günther Domenig: Dimensional. In Resonance__________________________ 18

Günther Domenig: Dimensional. In Reflection___________________________ 19

jovis research 5: Städtische Wohnquartiere in Venedig (1918—1939)__________ 21

Drei Zimmer, Küche, Diele, Bad______________________________________ 22

Theorien des Wohnens____________________________________________ 23

architektur + analyse 9: Gelebte Utopie________________________________ 24

Lifelines________________________________________________________ 26

Social-Ecological Cooperative Housing________________________________ 27

Emscher 20 | 21+: Die neue Emscher kommt____________________________ 28

Reden wir über Baukultur!__________________________________________ 30

Europan 16: Living Cities___________________________________________ 31

We, the City_____________________________________________________ 33

Circular Design___________________________________________________ 34

Black Turtleneck, Round Glasses_____________________________________ 35

Vertauschte Köpfe________________________________________________ 36

From Our Backlist_________________________________________________ 39

Authors and Editors_______________________________________________ 46

Academic Partners________________________________________________ 48


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© Zara Pfeifer


ISBN 978-3-7533-0219-5

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ICC Berlin

Zara Pfeifer

Zara Pfeifer

Zara Pfeifer

ICC BERLIN

The ICC Berlin is a Gesamtkunstwerk, a giant time capsule that has

been waiting for a new usage concept for almost a decade. Planned

in the 1960s and opened in 1979, the exhibition building—designed

by Ursulina Schüler-Witte and Ralf Schüler, and encompassing Frank

Oehring’s incomparable wayfinding system—remains an attentiongrabbing

structure. While the building’s brutalist exterior overwhelms

the viewer, its interior conveys an air of calm, offering a view of the

suddenly quieted traffic through its panoramic windows.

This volume of photographs by Zara Pfeifer is dedicated to documenting

the interior of the building. Taking an unsentimental approach,

Pfeifer records the largely unchanged inner appearance of the building

that has been variously dubbed the Giant of Witzleben, the Battleship

Charlottenburg, or the Hall of Megalomania. Her images 9 783753 302195 develop a

Walther & Franz König

sense for the building’s noteworthy elements and capture the liminal

condition in which it has been suspended for years.

Hardcover

112 pages, 80 col. ill.

21 × 28.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-756-1

€ 34.00 (DE) | $ 39.99 (US) | £ 29.50 (UK)

08.2022

English/German

ICC BERLIN

• Rare contemporary images of

a Berlin architectural icon in its

original condition

• Contains a text on the building’s

history, features, and past use

by architecture journalist Florian

Heilmeyer

• Designed by Something Fantastic

© Zara Pfeifer

Related title:

The Essence of Berlin-Tegel

Peter Ortner

Print 978-3-86859-631-1

EUR (DE) 22.00 | $ 25.99 (US) |

£ 20.00 (UK)


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© Theresa Heise

© Nils Stoya


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Nach der Kernkraft

Konversionen des Atomzeitalters

Stefan Rettich / Janke Rentrop (eds.)

Germany’s nuclear power plants loom over its riverine landscapes like

memorials. They are built witnesses to an embittered societal and political

debate about energy, economy, and faith in technology. In 2011, Germany

decided to cease generating nuclear power following the nuclear catastrophe

at Fukushima Daiichi. The German Atomic Energy Act envisages

that all nuclear power plants will be deconstructed and the land they stand

on returned to greenfield land. However, only around 3 percent of the

grey energy remaining in these huge constructions is actually radioactive.

This book offers a factual introduction to the history of atomic energy, the

technologies used, and the options for their removal, as well as informative

graphs that provide an overview of all German nuclear reactors. A

photo essay by contemporary eyewitness Günter Zint documents the

associated protest culture. The volume further proposes seven reuse

options for these uncomfortable monuments—an approach that was

considered unthinkable for many years.

Hardcover

224 pages, 150 b/w ill.

14 × 21 cm

Print 978-3-86859-755-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-790-5

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 28.00 (UK)

08.2022

German

Related title:

Interdependenzen

Die Bodenfrage

Stefan Rettich / Sabine Tastel (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-669-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-954-1

€ 16.00 (DE) | $ 18.99 (US) | £ 14.50 (UK)

• Offers an overview of the

history of atomic energy, its

use around the world, the

technologies used, and

options for their removal

• Suggests specific conversion

projects for Biblis and

Gund remmingen as well

as the Elbe-adjacent sites

Brunsbüttel, Brokdorf, and

Krümmel

• Photographic documentation

of the antinuclear movement

and current contexts

surrounding German reactors

in the landscape and everyday

urban life

Stiftung

Stadt - Brokdorf

Kreis Steinburg

Interdependenzen

Städtische

Wohnungen

Monteure

Gewerbesteuer

KBR Brokdorf

1986 Kommerzieller Betrieb

2021 Abschaltung

Stiftung

Mehrzweckhalle

Eishalle

© Cara Frey / Janke Rentrop

Dorfladen

Deich

Schwimmbad

Brokdorf

RHEIN

Elbstrand

NordLink

Stromkonverter

Betreiber

Preussen Elektra GmbH

Schiffsanleger

Wasserentnahme

Wasserzufuhr

+10° C

Wassergraben

Städtische

Wohnungen

Mehrzweckhalle

Großdemonstrationen

1976/77

Dorfladen

Schwimmbad

Brokdorf

Deich

RHEIN


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Architectures of Weaving

From Fibers and Yarns to Scaffolds and Skins

Christiane Sauer / Mareike Stoll / Ebba Fransén Waldhör /

Maxie Schneider (eds.)

Architectures of Weaving reimagines the art of weaving as the combined

result of fiber techniques and cultural practice. Addressing today’s

urgent energetic and environmental challenges, the book explores new

approaches for resilient and adaptable material systems by examining the

boundaries between softness and rigidity, material and shape, and functionality

and structure. With the aim of fostering interdisciplinary research

and developing sustainable practices, this thoughtfully designed book

assembles contributions by practitioners and theoreticians working in the

fields of anthropology, architecture, art, biology, cultural history, design,

materials science, and textile technology.

Architectures of Weaving

Christiane Sauer / Mareike Stoll /

Ebba Fransén Waldhör / Maxie Schneider (eds.)

Swiss brochure

224 pages, 150 col. ill.

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-739-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-831-5

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

11.2022

English

• Merges architectural and textile

thinking as it applies to current

and future building techniques

• Theoretical essays combined

with thirty state-of-the-art

prototype and architecture case

studies

• A key source for students, educators,

researchers, practitioners,

and all other audiences interested

in design and architecture

The Flip 2.0: Skeletal Surface © Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin / Xingwen Pan

Unseen 6, from the series of photographs Rootbound # 1 © Diana Scherer

Centres for Traditional Music, Muharraq, Bahrain, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen © Bas Princen


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Copenhagen Courtyard


Foto: Laura Stamer

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Sanfte Stadt

Planungsideen für den urbanen Alltag

David Sim

Forestil dig at bo i en by, hvor man kan sove for åbne vinduer, og

hvor det gangvenlige miljø starter lige uden for ens fordør. Den

bløde by sætter bekvemmelighed, tryghed og nærhed i højsædet.

Det er en by, hvor tætheden har en menneskelig dimension, en by,

der tilpasser sig til vores skiftende behov, og som giver mulighed

for interaktion, fremmer fællesskab og skaber gunstige rammer for

hverdagslivet. Kan vi bevæge os væk fra nogle af de ting, der nu

kendetegner de fleste store byer – for eksempel adskilte funktioner

og lange pendlerrejser i biler med kun én person, som tærer på

menneskelige, miljø mæssige og samfundsmæssige ressourcer

– og hen imod en blød by?

“Blød by er en vigtig tilføjelse til den stadig mere omfattende

The reality of urban life can be rather banal. We all Det her have er et godt sted to at starte.” Jan Gehl

David Sim er kreativ direktør og partner i Gehl Architects.

Han uddannet som arkitekt i sit hjemland Skotland

og i Skandinavien. Hans speciale er nu byplanlægning,

wait for the bus on cold winter days, do the washing up, take

som han arbejder med over hele verden. Han har

udviklet værktøjer til borgerinddragelse, arbejdet med

masterplaner som fleksible udviklings rammer og udviklet

out the bins, or spend long metodikker med commutes henblik på at skabe tættere og mere in the car. David Sim

mangfoldige bymiljøer, der bevarer en menneskelig

skala. David Sim er også en dygtig formidler med en

believes that life in the city fornem undervisningskarriere. could Han be var i syv år made tilknyttet easier and more

Lunds Universitet i Sverige, hvor han var med til at

udvikle arkitekt uddannelsen i en mere holistisk retning.

pleasant through simple, cost-effective measures and by focusing

on the human scale. He demonstrates that the solution

is finding a balance between density and diversity in order to

create proximity and to make urban assets more accessible.

The goal is to design comfortable neighborhoods that are easy

to live in and adapt to our ever-changing needs. David Sim

paints a picture of the good life in cities that are slower, better

apportioned, quieter, and—simply put—softer.

litteratur om menneskevenlig arkitektur og byplanlægning ...

Strandberg Publishing

D a v i d

Sim

B l ø d

by

Sanfte

S t a d t

Planungsideen für den urbanen Alltag

SPÄTI

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David Sim

Vorwort von Jan Gehl


Hvad er

Blød ha

rummeli

tolerant

forande

Blød ha

simpel,

gnidning

Blød ha

behagel

fred og

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social, f

offentlig

Blød ha

sammen

multifun

Blød ha

lavtekno

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en menn

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spænde

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fredfyld

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sikkerhe

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mild, bli

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Softcover with flaps

256 pages, num. col. ill.

20.5 × 26.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-747-9

E-Book 978-3-86859-791-2

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 36.50 (UK)

09.2022

German

• Translated into around

20 lan guages to date, David

Sim’s book has established

him as a thought leader in

urban liveability and sustainability

planning

• A concept that acts as a

counterpoint to technologydriven

smart cities

• Now available in German—

with pithy texts, lively graphics,

and a foreword by Jan Gehl

Related titles:

Städte für Menschen

Jan Gehl

Print 978-3-86859-356-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-897-1

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

Post-pandemic Urbanism

Doris Kleilein / Friederike Meyer (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-710-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-981-7

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

Connecting the human scale to climate, mobility, and society


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Planung für Morgen

Zukunft Stadt und Raum

Friedbert Greif / Detlef Kurth / Bernd Scholl (eds.)

The future of cities and their spaces lies in the redevelopment of existing

housing stock and its associated transformation tasks. The discipline

of urban planning needs to reposition itself, and—at the intersection of

climate change and the mobility revolution—seek to champion the cause

of increased participation and greater resilience. How can challenges be

overcome in the face of more stringent planning requirements, faster

implementation times, and limited resources? Renowned experts from

the fields of urban policy, city management, and both practical and

academic urban planning discussed the future of cities and urban planning

at three symposia hosted by the Professor Albert Speer Foundation.

Their arguments encourage us to leave behind established patterns of

thinking and approach the tasks of the future with visionary ideas.

Hardcover

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

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-744-8

E-Book 978-3-86859-792-9

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

11.2022

German

Planung

für Morgen

Zukunft

Stadt und

Raum

Friedbert Greif

Detlef Kurth

Bernd Scholl (Hg.)

• Collected volume on the transformation

of cities

• Analysis of planning processes

and new resilience challenges

• Discusses large-scale projects

such as the Allianz Arena and BER

airport

• Offers a retrospective on the

foundations of the urban

planning discipline since 1968

onwards and on the teachings of

Albert Speer Jr in Kaiserslautern

Figure-ground diagram of the city of Kaiserslautern © OpenStreetMap contributors, CC BY-SA, www.openstreetmap.org/copyright


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Mobility Design

Shaping Future Mobility

Vol. 2. Research

Kai Vöckler / Peter Eckart / Martin

Knöll / Martin Lanzendorf (eds.)

Mobility

Design

Shaping

Future

Mobility

Mobility

Design

Die Zukunft

der Mobilität

gestalten

Climate change and increasing resource

scarcity together with rising traffic volumes

force us to develop new environmentally

friendly and people-oriented mobility

options. The expansion of digital information

systems is making forms of smart mobility

possible, and we will soon be able to reconfigure

different modes of climate-friendly

transport to suit our needs. These developments

represent a significant challenge

for the design of a wide range of different

mobility spaces. While Volume 1 of this

series focused on practical aspects, Volume

2 collects research methods and findings

from the fields of design, architecture, urban

planning, geography, social sciences, traffic

planning, psychology, and communication

technologies. The book’s consideration

of the possibilities and prospects of usercentered

mobility design offers an important

contribution to the ongoing debate

concerning the mobility revolution.

Volume 2: Research

Kai Vöckler, Peter Eckart,

Martin Knöll, Martin Lanzendorf (eds.)

Band 2: Forschung

Kai Vöckler, Peter Eckart,

Martin Knöll, Martin Lanzendorf (Hg.)

• Mobility design as one of today’s most important planning tasks

• Volume 2 of the Offenbach Publication Series collects research

findings on various types of smart and sustainable mobility

• Based on collaborative work between five disciplines at four

universities for the research network “Infrastructure—Design—

Society”

Softcover

256 pages, 93 col. ill.

20.5 × 26 cm

Print 978-3-86859-743-1

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 36.50 (UK)

12.2022

English

Experimental research on the use of virtual reality simulations © Julie Gaston / Julian Schwarze / DML, HfG

Offenbach

Also available in German:

978-3-86859-742-4

Green Line bicycle bridge © Andreas Grzesiek / DML, HfG Offenbach

Related titles:

Mobility Design

Vol. 1. Practice

Peter Eckart / Kai Vöckler (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-645-8

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

Radbahn Berlin

paper planes e.V. (ed.)

Print 978-3-86859-526-0

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


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Reallabor

Nachkriegsmoderne

Zum Umgang mit jüngeren Denkmalen

Reallabor Nachkriegsmoderne

Zum Umgang mit jüngeren Denkmalen

Olaf Gisbertz / Mark Escherich / Sebastian Hoyer / Andreas Putz /

Christiane Weber (eds.)

for the DFG-Netzwerk Bauforschung Jüngere Baubestände 1945+

The built heritage of postwar modernism has been under threat from climate

change and the high expectations of society for years. The tremendous volume of

building stock was erected with high hopes for the future within just a short period

of time—and frequently using construction techniques that were as yet unproven.

Despite the many research efforts focusing on spatial concepts and societal utopias

between the 1950s and 1970s, the practice-oriented field of construction research

lacks binding recording and evaluation strategies for buildings, materials, and

construction methods for the majority of buildings of all types. This affects projects

from solitary churches, residential settlements, and green spaces right through to

large cultural, sporting, and education constructions, as well as the engineering

structures of the urban and peripheral infrastructure.

In order to preserve this existing stock as a resource for the future, new recording

and evaluation tools that take into account technical, construction, ecological, and

economic factors are necessary. This book presents possibilities for the management

of our recent constructed heritage on the basis of ongoing projects by the

DFG-Netzwerk Bauforschung Jüngere Baubestände 1945+ buildings preservation

network.

Softcover

208 pages, 100 col. ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-754-7

E-Book 978-3-86859-795-0

€ 36.00 (DE) | $ 41.99 (US) | £ 31.50 (UK)

02.2023

German

Herausgegeben von Olaf Gisbertz, Mark Escherich, Sebastian Hoyer,

Andreas Putz, Christiane Weber für das DFG-Netzwerk Bauforschung

Jüngere Baubestände 1945+

• Presents the extensive building

stock of the postwar period as

an important resource

• Offers an overview of new

methods and proposes teaching

options in practice-oriented

buildings research

• Includes many architectural

examples, including the Mäusebunker

laboratory building

in Berlin, the Halle-Neustadt

housing estate, the Kulturpalast

in Dresden, Ulrich Müther’s

saddle-roofed Hypar-Schale

exhibition hall in Magdeburg,

and the seawater wave pool

on Fehmarn designed by Arne

Jacobsen and Otto Weitling

Seawater Wave Pool Fehmarn © Sebastian Hoyer, itubs/ibt TU Braunschweig


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Sakralität im

Wandel

Religiöse Bauten im Stadtraum des

21. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland

Beate Löffler / Dunja Sharbat Dar (eds.)

Over the past decades, the number of religious spaces

in German cities has grown. Alongside established

institutions, new voices are jostling for participation in

the engagement with and the coexistence of different

religious ideas and their architectural expression.

Using Jewish, Christian, and Islamic religious buildings as

examples, this book documents the sacral-topographical

changes since 1990 both quantitatively and qualitatively.

Focusing on the struggle for urban visibility, the book

provides an important contribution to the overarching

question of how architecture can both be an expression

of social order and affect social dynamics.

Hardcover

304 pages, 100 col. ill.

19.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-741-7

E-Book 978-3-86859-796-7

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 36.50 (UK)

11.2022

German

SAK RA

-LI TÄT

I M

W A N-

D E L

Religiöse Bauten

im Stadtraum

des 21. Jahrhunderts

in Deutschland

Beate Löffler, Dunja Sharbat Dar (Hg.)

• Theological and architectural-historical

analysis of the changing nature of

religious buildings in Germany since

1990

• Case studies on the presence of religious

architecture in urban environments

including the New Synagogue in

Dresden, the Cologne Central Mosque,

and the St. Trinitatis Provost Church in

Leipzig

© Dunja Sharbat Dar

Related titles:

Religion und Stadt

Ansgar Schulz / Benedikt Schulz (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-546-8

€ 28.00 (DE) | $ 32.99 (US) | £ 25.50 (UK)

Ein neuer Typus Kirche

Jürgen Willinghöfer (ed.)

Print 978-3-86859-699-1

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


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Historisches

Rathaus

Dorotheenstraße

Mittelstraße

Stadthausturm

Klemensstraße

Ludgeristraße

Unter den Linden

Rothenburg

BERLIN Friedrichstraße 38

LINDAU 15 Meter Bismarckplatz, Breite 40 × 24 Meter 102

Volume 4, page 19: Münster Prinzipalmarkt, 20 meters wide

MÜNSTER Prinzipalmarkt 96

MÜNCHEN 20 Meter Breite Königsplatz, 155 × 118 Meter 118

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Handbuch der

Stadtbaukunst

Christoph Mäckler (ed.)

Deutsches Institut für Stadtbaukunst

CHRISTOPH MÄCKLER MIT BIRGIT ROTH

ANLEITUNG

ZUM

ENTWURF

VON

STÄDTISCHEN

RÄUMEN

HAND

BUCH

DER

STADT

BAUKUNST

CHRISTOPH MÄCKLER MIT BIRGIT ROTH

ANLEITUNG

ZUM

ENTWURF

VON

STÄDTISCHEN

RÄUMEN

HAND

BUCH

DER

STADT

BAUKUNST

The Handbuch der Stadtbaukunst is a compendium

of essential urban design expertise. Using

150 examples from over 70 German cities, it

illustrates, analyzes, and compares a wide range

of urban spaces, courtyards, squares, and streets.

The four-volume work impressively documents

the qualities of European cities described in the

Leipzig Charter: beauty and durability, mixed

usage, social diversity, density, and the separation

of public and private spaces. Editor Christoph

Mäckler builds on textbooks of the early twentieth

century by Cornelius Gurlitt, Raymond Unwin,

and Josef Stübben and offers a well-grounded

framework for city planning.

Featuring contributions by Vittorio Magnago

Lampugnani, Christoph Mäckler, Werner Oechslin,

Alexander Pellnitz, Jan Pieper, Birgit Roth, Mirjam

Schmidt, Wolfgang Sonne, Jürg Sulzer and Anne

Pfeil, and Thomas Will

Four-volume clothbound slipcase

516 pages, 1000 col. and b/w ill.

24.5 × 32 cm

Print 978-3-86859-746-2

€ 128.00 (DE) | $ 147.99 (US) | £ 111.50 (UK)

07.2022

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CHRISTOPH MÄCKLER MIT BIRGIT ROTH

1

STADTRÄUME

ANLEITUNG

ZUM

ENTWURF

VON

STÄDTISCHEN

RÄUMEN

HAND

BUCH

DER

STADT

BAUKUNST

3

PLATZRÄUME

CHRISTOPH MÄCKLER MIT BIRGIT ROTH

2

HOFRÄUME

ANLEITUNG

ZUM

ENTWURF

VON

STÄDTISCHEN

RÄUMEN

HAND

BUCH

DER

STADT

BAUKUNST

4

STRASSENRÄUME

• Foundational work on urban

design

• Analysis supported by

150 examples from 70 cities

• The product of years of

research by the Deutsches

Institut für Stadtbaukunst

• Boxed set of four highquality

linen-bound

volumes:

Stadträume (Volume 1),

Hofräume (Volume 2),

Platzräume (Volume 3),

Straßenräume (Volume 4)


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Konferenz zur Schönheit und Lebensfähigkeit

der Stadt 11

PUBLIKATIONEN DES DEUTSCHEN INSTITUTS FÜR STADTBAUKUNST

INNEN

STADT

Innenstadtleben

LEBEN

Konferenz zur Schönheit und Lebensfähigkeit der Stadt

Band 1 Zehn Grundsätze zur Stadtbaukunst, 2011

Band 2 Stadt und Handel, Stadt und Energie, 2012

Wenn die in Zukunft weniger dem Einkauf als

Band 3 Stadt und Architektur, Stadt und Planung, 2013

vielmehr dem besonderen Erlebnis dienen wird, dann

Band 4 Die normale Stadt und ihre Häuser, 2014

rückt vor allem die Schönheit des öffentlichen Raums

Band 5 Stadtleben statt Wohnen, 2015

in den Mittelpunkt. Straßen- und Platzräume mit den

Band 6 Die Stadtmacher und ihre Ausbildung, 2016

stadtbildprägenden Fassaden der Häuser werden zum

Band 7 Die Architektur der Stadt und ihre Fassaden, 2017

entscheidenden Kriterium für die Aufenthaltsqualität.

Band 8 Vorne – Hinten. Wie wird aus Wohnhäusern Stadt?, 2018

Hinzu kommt eine neue Lebendigkeit durch mehr Wohnen,

Band 9 Heimat Stadtquartier, 2019

Arbeiten und Kultur in der City. Aus der durch die Pandemie

Band 10 Nichts ist erledigt!, 2020

noch verstärkten Krise des Handels könnte eine Chance

Band 11 Innenstadtleben, 2022

werden: Wie wollen wir unsere Innenstädte neu gestalten?

Christoph Mäckler / Wolfgang Sonne (eds.)

Deutsches Institut für Stadtbaukunst

Dortmunder Vorträge zur Stadtbaukunst

Band 1 2009

Band 2 2010

Band 3 2010

Band 4 New Civic Art, 2014

Bücher zur Stadtbaukunst

Band 1 Oswald Mathias Ungers: Die Thematisierung der Architektur, 2011

Band 2 Der Eckgrundriss, 2013

Band 3 25 Jahre Internationale Bauausstellung in Berlin 1987, 2012

Band 4 Martin Elsaesser. Schriften, 2014

Band 5 Großstadt gestalten. Stadtbaumeister in Deutschland, 2015

Band 6 Plätze in Deutschland 1950 und heute, 2016

Band 7 Großstadt gestalten. Stadtbaumeister an Rhein und Ruhr, 2016

Band 8 Stadtbausteine. Elemente der Architektur, 2017

Band 9 Stadtbausteine. Elemente der Architektur. Texte, 2018

Band 10 Großstadt gestalten. Stadtbaumeister in Europa, 2018

Band 11 Christoph Mäckler: Lehre 1998–2018, 2018

Band 12 StadtRaumDetail. Die Ausstattung des öffentlichen Raums.

Vom Bordstein zur Straßenlaterne, 2020

Die Konferenz zur Schönheit und Lebensfähigkeit der Stadt

widmet sich seit mehr als einem Jahrzehnt grundlegenden

Fragen der Stadtentwicklung. Die Beiträge des vorliegenden

Bandes verbinden ökonomische, soziale, ökologische und

mobilitätstechnische Fragen der Innenstadtentwicklung mit

städtebaulichen und architektonischen Aspekten.

The beauty of public spaces is a key element in changing

the future role of city centers from retail to the provision

of a space for enjoyment and relaxation. Streets and

squares with building facades that augment the city’s

image will become the deciding factor in how appealing

it is to visitors. An increase in living, working, and cultural

offerings in the city will further in greater vitality in urban

areas. We can still turn the economic crisis, which has

been significantly increased by the pandemic, into an

opportunity: How do we want to redesign our cities?

The Konferenz zur Schönheit und Lebensfähigkeit der

Stadt (Conference on the Beauty and Livability of Cities)

has devoted itself to fundamental questions in urban

development for over a decade. The contributions in

this volume combine economic, social, ecological, and

mobility questions concerning city-center development

with architectural and urban planning considerations.

Softcover with flaps

320 pages, num. b/w ill.

21 × 25 cm

Print 978-3-86859-757-8

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

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11

KONFERENZ ZUR SCHÖNHEIT UND LEBENSFÄHIGKEIT DER STADT

MÄCKLER / SONNE ( HG.)

INNEN

STADT

LEBEN

KONFERENZ ZUR SCHÖNHEIT UND

LEBENSFÄHIGKEIT DER STADT

DEUTSCHES INSTITUT

FÜR STADTBAUKUNST

CHRISTOPH MÄCKLER /

WOLFGANG SONNE (HG.)

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STADTBAUKUNST

• Debates the future of the city centers—

from the death of the department store

to the creation of new mixed-use areas

• Collects the contributions of wellknown

planners (including

Elisabeth Merk, Jörn Walter and Tim

von Winning) to the 11th Konferenz

zur Schönheit und Lebensfähigkeit der

Stadt

INNEN

STADT

LEBEN

Das Deutsche Institut für Stadt

Universität Dortmund widmet s

der Kunst des Städtebaus. Unt

verstanden: Zum einen wird de

Städtebaus betont, die ästhetis

Stadt. Zum anderen wird damit

unterschiedliche Aspekte wie s

ökologische, technische und ku

Gestaltgebung der Stadt zusam

Diese Kunst, ein multidisziplinä

der Stadtgestalt zusammenzufü

tischen Auffassungen einer fun

oder verkehrstechnischen Stad

prägte aber den jungen Urbanis

derts, der dafür den Begriff der

Daran knüpft das Deutsche Ins

Das Institut will die in den verga

gedrifteten Disziplinen Architek

Grünplanung, Verkehrsplanung

führen.

Das Deutsche Institut für Stadt

der TU Dortmund an der Fakult

Bauingenieurwesen angesiede

Baukunstarchiv NRW in Dortm

in Frankfurt am Main.

© City of Ulm


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Bibliothek

Milan Bulaty (ed.)

“Is there a more beautiful image for peace on earth than

the reading room of a large library?” asks Peter von Matt

in his contribution to this book. By building the library of

the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Max Dudler has created

a space for books and reading that is both modern

and timeless. The building’s architecture has drawn enormous

attention from far beyond Berlin and continues to

be highly praised by users.

In addition to documenting the ideas that shape this

building, Bibliothek explores the role of libraries in general

and focuses in particular on architecture that creates

adequate spaces for books and their readers. These

functions are showcased in Barbara Klemm’s enchanting

black-and-white photographs, which capture the simultaneously

lively and intense atmosphere of the library’s various

spaces. They offer a dramatic counterpoint to Stefan

Müller’s spare, tranquil color photographs concentrating

solely on the building’s architecture.

Featuring contributions by Jörg Baberowski, Hartmut

Böhme, Milan Bulaty, Max Dudler, Martin Mosebach, and

Peter von Matt, as well as photographs by Barbara Klemm

and Stefan Müller

Softcover with flaps

112 pages, 56 col. and b/w ill.

24 × 29 cm

Print 978-3-86859-750-9

€ 34.00 (DE) | $ 39.99 (US) | £ 29.50 (UK)

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© Barbara Klemm

• The Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-

Zentrum: a monumental example of

European library architecture

• Essays on Max Dudler’s award-winning

construction for the Humboldt-Universität

zu Berlin by renowned authors

• Photographs by Barbara Klemm and

Stefan Müller

• Slightly revised new edition of the

classic volume published in 2010

Related titles:

Max Dudler – Räume erzählen

Simone Boldrin (ed.)

Print 978-3-86859-538-3

€ 60.00 (DE) | $ 68.99 (US) | £ 54.50 (UK)

Ensemble

Alexander Bonte / J. Christoph Bürkle (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-284-9

€ 28.00 (DE) | $ 32.99 (US) | £ 24.50 (UK)


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Günther Domenig:

Dimensional

In Resonance

Anna Baar / Gerhard Maurer

Günther Domenig died in 2012, having become internationally known for his

iconic Steinhaus and the architecturally important Nazi Party Rally Grounds

Documentation Center in Nuremberg. The trilingual volume In Resonance

takes an unusual approach to his work, offering an outsider's view of the Carinthia-born

architect’s oeuvre—one that stands apart from both the dominant

perspectives on his work and from the norms of architecture books in general.

The intimate picture series by photographer Gerhard Maurer comprises over

thirty of the buildings designed by Günther Domenig and stands in dialogue

with writer Anna Baar’s essayist approach to the architect’s work. The essays

and photos capture the architecture in its current context and create space for

contradictions, for lacunae, for the unusable—and for the beautiful.

Softcover

256 pages, num. col. ill.

16 × 22 cm

Print 978-3-86859-758-5

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 28.00 (UK)

06.2022

English/German/Slovenian

GÜNTHER DOMENIG: IN RESONANZ

DIMENSIONAL IN RESONANCE

V RESONANCI

ANNA BAAR

GERHARD MAURER

IN RESO

GÜNTHER DOMENIG:

DIMENSIONAL

NANZ

ANNA BAAR

GERHARD MAURER

IN

RESO

NANCE

V

RESO

NANCI

© Gerhard Maurer


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Günther Domenig:

Dimensional

In Reflection

Raffaela Lackner / Ina Sattlegger / Viktoria

Pontoni / Andreas Krištof (eds.)

Both academic and artistic, In Reflection is a companion

volume to In Resonance, which will appear earlier

in the year. Six prominent and up-and-coming writers

offer a contemporary view of the works and impact

of the Carinthia-born architect Günther Domenig,

who died in 2012. The (architectural-)theoretical,

artistic, and feminist discussion serves to reconsider

and provide new perspectives on familiar aspects of

Domenig’s work. Beyond this, furthermore, it provides

an opportunity to rediscover forgotten and overlooked

elements.

With contributions by Matthias Böckl, Simone Egger

und Lukas Vejnik, Doris Lippitsch, Valerie Messini, and

Hans Ulrich Reck

GÜNTHER DOMENIG:

IN REFLEKTION

DIMENSIONAL

IN REFLECTION

V REFLEKSIJI

GÜNTHER DOMENIG:

DIMENSIONAL

IN

REFLEX

ION

I

REFLEC

TION

V

N

RE

FLEKSIJI

Softcover

256 pages, num. col. ill.

16 × 22 cm

Print 978-3-86859-759-2

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 28.00 (UK)

11.2022

English/German/Slovenian

© Gerhard Maurer

• The two volumes accompany the “Günther

Domenig: DIMENSIONAL” exhibition project

taking place from 12 June–16 October 2022

in the MMKK Carinthian Museum of Modern

Art, the Architektur Haus Kärnten, the Domenig

Steinhaus, and the Heft open-air museum in

Hüttenberg

• Opens new lines of inquiry into the works by

Günther Domenig (1934–2012)

• New photographs of 30 of the architect’s

buildings

• An interdisciplinary approach to Domenig and

his works


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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.

Falk Schneemann

Christiane Fülscher

Das Hochhaus als

Gewebe von Gestaltung

und Technik

Deutsche Botschaften

Bauten und Projekte in

Westdeutschland zwischen

1945 und 1980

Zwischen Anpassung

und Abgrenzung

research 1

research 2

Print 978-3-86859-655-7

E-Book 978-3-86859-945-9

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

Print 978-3-86859-652-6

E-Book 978-3-86859-964-0

€ 55.00 (DE) | $ 63.99 (US) | £ 50.00 (UK)

Judith M. Lehner

Katharina J. Neubauer

Die urbane Leere

Datenspeichergebäude

Neue disziplinäre Perspektiven

auf Transformationsprozesse

in Europa und Lateinamerika

Im Spannungsfeld zwischen

gesellschaftlicher Bedeutung

und räumlicher Präsenzlosigkeit

research 3

research 4

Print 978-3-86859-660-1

E-Book 978-3-86859-971-8

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

Print 978-3-86859-737-0

E-Book 978-3-86859-998-5

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)


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jovis research 5

Städtische Wohnquartiere

in Venedig (1918—1939)

Urbane Gestalt zwischen modernen Anforderungen und

lokaler Bautradition

Alexander Fichte

Venice presents particular challenges for the construction of new residential

neighborhoods. When additional living space was required between

the First and Second World Wars, the needs of a modern city expansion

project were confronted with the lagoon city’s unique urban landscape. To

accommodate the unusual geography, small, independent neighborhoods

were developed in Venice’s inner periphery, each of which had to work

around local idiosyncrasies. This volume explores the creation of eight of

these neighborhoods, which were established during a period in which

construction was becoming increasingly industrialized. The ways in which

their traditional, craft-focused design was harmonized with the requirements

of modern residential building is still relevant to contemporary

professional discourse within the discipline.

Softcover

192 pages, 100 col. ill.

16.5 × 22 cm

Print 978-3-86859-752-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-797-4

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 30.50 (UK)

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• Venetian examples demonstrating the

influence of local building traditions on

the development of modern housing

• A treasure trove for everyone interested

in Venice’s architectural history

• Architectural-historical introduction to

current debates on regional architecture

San Girolamo, Fondamenta Carlo Coletti, neighborhood entrance © J. Fichte

Urbane Gestalt: Development, block, facade © A. Fichte


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Drei Zimmer,

Küche, Diele, Bad

Eine Wohnung mit Optionen

Verena von Beckerath / Barbara Schönig (eds.)

The inter- and transdisciplinary research project Drei Zimmer, Küche, Diele, Bad used

a vacant home to formulate and consider questions about the future of housing.

The residence, a listed building ensemble in Weimar dating from the 1920s, initially

served as a work, discussion, and exhibition space for students of architecture and

urbanism. A small number of significant interventions transformed it into a space that

enabled not just alternative dwelling options, but also neighborhood-focused activities.

The new residents were selected through a concept proposal process, and the

researchers analyzed their usage of the dwelling over the course of two years. Lasting

five years in total (2017–2021), the project began as a cooperation between the

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, the Thüringer Aufbaubank funding and development

agency, and the Weimarer Wohnstätte municipal housing company under the aegis

of the Thuringian Ministry for Infrastructure and Agriculture.

Softcover

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

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-705-9

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

07.2022

German

• An important contribution to

current topics in housing, such

as the redevelopment of existing

stock, the conservation of

resources, and the relationship

between private and public

spheres

• A comprehensively documented

architecture and

urban planning research

project aimed at students,

instructors, and practicing

architects and city planners,

as well as at housing organizations

and other housing

stakeholders

• Written contributions with

accompanying illustrations are

supported by a picture series

by architectural photographer

Andrew Alberts

Related titles:

Activism at Home

Isabelle Doucet /

Janina Gosseye (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-633-5

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) |

£ 36.50 (UK)

© Andrew Alberts


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Theorien des Wohnens

Eine kommentierte Anthologie

Kirsten Wagner (ed.)

The anthology Theorien des Wohnens

systematically collates the twentieth

century’s central theories of dwelling for

the first time. The key philosophical and

sociological texts presented here provide

an overview of the various approaches to

understanding dwelling as an anthropological

reality, as a social practice, and as a

cultural form. The philosophical and architectural-historical

contexts of the individual

contributions are provided by the

editor’s commentary, which demonstrates

that each theoretical concept of dwelling

refers directly or indirectly to spaces

of dwelling that were being designed or

already extant during the same period. The

texts collected in this stimulating inventory

of knowledge remain as relevant as

ever, and offer a basis for engagement

both with current crises in dwelling and

with transformations of its temporary and

collective forms.

• The most important twentieth -

century theories of dwelling

collected in one volume

• A valuable resource for all

those who are interested

in the practices, forms, and

concepts of dwelling

• Contributions by Michel de

Certeau and Luce Giard, Paul-

Henry Chombart de Lauwe,

Henri Lefebvre, Georges-

Hubert de Radkowski, and

Amos Rapoport presented in

German for the first time

BLOCH

HEIDEGGER

CHOMBART

DE LAUWE

BACHELARD

LEFEBVRE

THEORIEN

DE

DES WOHNENS

RADKOWSKI

BOURDIEU

EINE KOMMENTIERTE

Kirsten Wagner (Hg.)

SCHMITZ

DE CERTEAU

ANTHOLOGIE

RAPOPORT

RAUM HAUS MENSCH ORT LEBEN WELT ZEIT WOHNEN ERDE WOHNUNG • Kirsten Wagner (Hg.) • THEORIEN DES WOHNENS • EINE KOMMENTIERTE ANTHOLOGIE • 2022 • WOHNEN ALS ANTHROPOLOGISCHE TATSACHE, SOZIALE PRAXIS, KOLLEKTIVE VORSTELLUNG

With contributions by Gaston Bachelard,

Ernst Bloch, Pierre Bourdieu, Michel de

Certeau, Paul-Henry Chombart de Lauwe,

Luce Giard, Martin Heidegger, Henri Lefebvre,

Georges-Hubert de Radkowski, Amos

Rapoport, and Hermann Schmitz

Softcover

448 pages, 60 b/w ill.

17 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-724-0

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 36.50 (UK)

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architektur + analyse 9

Gelebte Utopie

Weit hinten, hinter den Wortbergen,

fern der Länder Vokalien und

Konsonantien leben die Blindtexte.

Abgeschieden wohnen Sie in

Buchstabhausen an der Küste des

Semantik, eines großen Sprachozeans.

Ein kleines Bächlein namens Duden

fließt durch ihren Ort und versorgt

sie mit den nötigen Regelialien. Es ist

ein paradiesmatisches Land, in dem

einem gebratene Satzteile in den

Mund fliegen. Nicht einmal von der

allmächtigen Interpunktion werden die

Blindtexte beherrscht – ein geradezu

unorthographisches Leben.

Eines Tages aber beschloß eine kleine

Zeile Blindtext, ihr Name war Lorem

Ipsum, hinaus zu gehen in die weite

Grammatik. Der große Oxmox riet

ihr davon ab, da es dort wimmele von

bösen Kommata, wilden Fragezeichen

und hinterhältigen Semikoli, doch das

Blindtextchen ließ sich nicht beirren.

Es packte seine sieben Versalien, schob

sich sein Initial in den Gürtel und

machte sich auf den Weg.

Die Terrassenhaussiedlung der Werkgruppe Graz

Eugen Gross / Andrea Jany (eds.)

The Werkgruppe Graz designed the terraced housing estate

in Graz-St. Peter in 1965 during a period of societal upheaval.

The complex was eventually built between 1972 and 1978. The

planning group—members of the avant-garde artists’ association

Forum Stadtpark—took a stand against the established system of

residential construction, which was characterized by monotone

design and the urban sprawl of single-family homes. Instead, they

championed the utopian approach of involving residents in the

planning process, which is reflected in the development’s basic

structuralist framework with adaptable living units. Comprised of

four terraced housing blocks in exposed concrete at the edge of

Graz, the estate’s sculptural, brutalist appearance received international

acclaim.

Gelebte Utopie is the first book to provide a collection of texts

offering architectural commentary and context on the settlement.

It additionally offers insights into the inhabitants’ living spaces and

is enriched with artistic projects.

Softcover

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

16.5 × 22.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-740-0

E-Book 978-3-86859-804-9

€ 30.00 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 26.00 (UK)

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Gelebte Utopie

Eugen Gross, Andrea Jany archi tek tur + analyse

DieTerrassenhaussiedlung

der Werkgruppe Graz

Gelebte

Utopie

Eugen Gross | Andrea Jany [Hg.]

• Graz’s famous terraced housing

estate as a model for contemporary

forms of living and architectural

engagement

• Insights into the planning process,

which remains visionary to this

day, and into the inhabitants’

living spaces

jovis

© Werkgruppe Graz

© Werkgruppe Graz

© Andrea Singer


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26

Lifelines

Politics, Ethics, and the Affective

Economy of Inhabiting

Lifelines

Lifelines

Camillo Boano / Cristina Bianchetti (eds.)

In the face of the radical convergence of a health

crisis and an ecological crisis, it is not possible to

return to the investigative trajectories on inhabitation

and dwelling that yielded good results in the past.

What is it that now defines inhabitation within the

plurality of conditions, geographies, and politics that

connote it? Lifelines is a work of collective research

on the spaces where life intertwines, mingles, and

twists in constant resistance to the mechanisms that

capture, exploit, and create the social and environmental

precariousness that characterizes the violent

techno-capitalist present.

The book investigates the roles and challenges of

design in uncertain spaces and brings together empirical

explorations from Italy, Ecuador, the US, Lebanon,

Germany, and the UK.

Softcover

272 pages, 70 col. and b/w ill.

16.5 × 24 cm

Print 978-3-86859-753-0

E-Book 978-3-86859-800-1

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

08.2022

English

Camillo Boano,

Cristina Bianchetti

(eds.)

Politics, ethics,

and the affective economy

of inhabiting

Camillo Boano,

Cristina Bianchetti

(eds.)

• A rich, transnational work of spatial research considering the

relationships between life, the protection of life, and its exposure

to death, destruction, and precariousness

• Includes cartographies of the territories discussed, reading

them in terms of morphology, history, and the institutional

processes that regulate them

Related titles:

Bodies

Cristina Bianchetti

Print 978-3-86859-630-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-949-7

€ 22.00 (DE) | $ 25.99 (US) | £ 19.00 (UK)

Territories in Crisis

Cristina Bianchetti / Elena Cogato Lanza /

Agim Enver Kercuku / Angelo Sampieri /

Angioletta Voghera (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-383-9

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 43.99 (US) | £ 33.00 (UK)

Yaza Halwani’s mural of the Lebanese singer and actress Sabah © Amhad Samhan


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Social-Ecological

Cooperative Housing

Community-based, Transformative Building and Living

id22: Institute for Creative Sustainability (eds.)

From land speculation and exploding rents to climate change and social

inequality, we find ourselves in an age of overlapping crises. As such, it

is more important than ever that we rethink the ways we live and share,

as well as our systems of land and property ownership. Social-Ecological

Cooperative Housing presents pioneering cooperative housing projects in

Basel, Berlin, Vienna, and Zurich. The initiatives and alternative ownership

models showcased demonstrate the potential of cooperative practices for

the necessary social-ecological transformation of building and living. This

interactive e-book enables and encourages the reader to dive more deeply

into individual topics and take action themselves.

ePDF/ePUB

350 pages, 100 col. ill.

17 × 24 cm

E-Book 978-3-86859-835-3

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 28.00 (UK)

10.2022

English/German

• An interactive e-book that invites

readers to discover the socialecological

aspects of cooperative

housing projects

• An indispensable resource for

anyone interested in housing

cooperatives

• Connects to online resources

and first-hand background

information from long-standing

cooperative and common good

experts


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Emscher 20 | 21+:

Die neue Emscher kommt

Sozial-ökologischer Umbau einer regionalen

Stadtlandschaft

Die neue Em s c h e r

ko m m t _

Sozial-ökolog i s c h e r

Umbau e i n e r

regio n a l e n

Stadtlan d s c h a f t

Uli Paetzel / Dieter Nellen / Stefan Siedentop /

Emschergenossenschaft (eds.)

For a long time, the Emscher was Germany’s dirtiest river. Now, however, it

runs clear again. This volume documents the social and ecological restoration

of the Emscher, which flows through the northern Ruhr area for 81 km.

Used as a mining wastewater system during the industrial period, it has now

been transformed into a new regional river landscape for the twenty-first

century. Numerous opportunities for upgrading the overall region find their

source in the renaturing of the river and its many backwaters: the restoration

has created opportunities for renaturing and conversion, and provides

a strong development axis for sustainable city and landscape planning. The

overall strategy, key projects, accompanying materials, and regional political

discussion around this comprehensive transformation are presented here

with texts, plans, and images for the first time.

Stiff softcover

328 pages, 300 col. ill.

24 × 32 cm

Print 978-3-86859-748-6

€ 55.00 (DE) | $ 63.99 (US) | £ 48.00 (UK)

08.2022

German

Bochum

Recklinghausen

Castrop-Rauxel

Waltrop

Witten

Uli Paetzel

Dieter Nellen

Stefan Siedentop

Kläranlage

Dortmund-

Deusen

Dortmund

Schwerte

Holzwickede

Emscher

20 21 +

• A stunning volume on a unique social

and ecological transformation project

• Comprehensively documents 30 years

of strategies and outcomes in the restoration

of the Emscher river

• Sustainable city and landscape planning

as an impetus for regional development

Related titles:

Düsseldorf. Metropolis on

the Rhine

Thomas Geisel / Dieter

Nellen / Cornelia Zuschke /

Stadt Düsseldorf (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-629-8

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) |

£ 32.00 (UK)

Vom Ruhrgebiet zur Metropole

Ruhr

Karola Geiß-Netthöfel /

Dieter Nellen / Wolfgang

Sonne (eds.)

for the Regionalverband Ruhr

(RVR)

Print 978-3-86859-584-0

€ 45.00 (DE) | $ 51.99 (US) |

£ 41.00 (UK)


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Reden wir über Baukultur!

Was in Zukunft wichtig wird

IG Architektur (ed.)

As a collective cultural achievement, building culture is not a private

matter: rather, it is a physical expression of our society. It defines not

only the character of our living environment, but also the processes of its

creation, adoption, use, and preservation. Our building culture is tightly

interwoven with people’s daily lives and influences their coexistence and

wellbeing. The question of how we wish to shape this coexistence is relevant

not only to those in the fields of architecture and urban planning, but

also to large sections of wider society. To mark its twentieth anniversary,

IG Architektur is turning its attention to the future. In this volume, it seeks

to identify and discuss the topics that will be important to building culture

over the coming twenty years.

IG Architektur (Hg.)

Reden wir

über

Baukultur!

Was in Zukunft

wichtig wird

With contributions by Wojciech Czaja, Jens S. Dangschat, Franz Denk,

Matthias Finkentey, Daniel Fügenschuh, Gabu Heindl, Nikolaus Hellmayr,

Angelika Hinterbrandner, Kurt Hofstetter, Susanne Helene Höhndorf,

Thomas Kain, Wolfgang Kil, Elke Krasny, Ramona Kraxner, Christian Kühn,

Isabella Marboe, Karoline Mayer, Maik Novotny, Paul Ott, Katharina Ritter,

Reinhard Seiß, Bernhard Sommer, Lukas Vejnik, and Kai Vöckler

Softcover

184 pages, num. col. ill.

19 × 25.5 cm

Print 978-3-86859-760-8

E-Book 978-3-86859-802-5

€ 32.00 (DE) | $ 36.99 (US) | £ 28.00 (UK)

05.2022

German

• Thoughtful analyses exploring

the contributions building culture

can make to the great societal

challenges of our time

• Supported by photos that demonstrate

the occasionally dystopian

nature of the more recent built

environment, illustrating the

urgency of addressing construction

conditions and requirements

Related titles:

Architectural Policy in Finland

Turit Fröbe

Print 978-3-86859-616-8

E-Book 978-3-86859-938-1

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

Baukultur - Studienausgabe

Werner Durth / Paul Sigel

Print 978-3-86859-427-0

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

The Baukultur exhibition of IG Architektur. Photo by Paul Ott


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Europan 16: Living Cities

Results

EUROPAN Deutschland e. V. / Vesta Nele Zareh /

Lola Meyer (eds.)

Europan 16

Living Cities

Lebendige

Städte

Ergebnisse

Results

How can we use innovative projects and planning processes in

the urbanized spaces of our cities to counter social, economic,

and cultural inequalities and climate change? How can we turn

neglected, unused, empty, stigmatized, and monofunctional

city spaces into lively, integrated, and diverse ones? In the

context of the E16 competition, projects demonstrating local

opportunities and transformative processes were developed for

five German locations. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic acted

as a catalyst for many of the questions considered, identifying

lively cities as desirable locations and as necessary models for

the future. This catalog collects the competition entries for the

German sites as well as the winning entries for European sites

from German competitors.

With contributions by Andrea Benze, Kaye Geipel, Saskia Hebert,

Timo Munzinger, Iris Reuter, Ali Saad, Anne Schmedding, Marika

Schmidt, and Tatjana Schneider

Softcover with flaps

128 pages, num. col. ill.

21 × 28 cm

Print 978-3-86859-761-5

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) | £ 30.50 (UK)

10.2022

English/German

Europan Deutschland

• The most important competition for

up-and-coming architects in Europe

• Showcases the competition entries for

Europan 16’s sites in Germany

• Offers new concepts for neglected,

unused, empty, stigmatized, or monofunctional

sites

Related title:

Europan 15: The Productive City 2

EUROPAN Deutschland e. V. /

Vesta Nele Zareh (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-642-7

€ 35.00 (DE) | $ 40.99 (US) |

£ 30.50 (UK)

MEDIEVAL EXPERIMENTARIUM © Aleksa Bekić / Anđela Karabašević / Marija Matijević / Ana Petrović / Vladislav Sudžum


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jovis

Open Access

Freely available, thoughtfully

designed, and directly produced

and maintained by us: together

with our partners, we are making

selected publications available as

open access and sharing knowledge

with everyone who wants to

contribute to the transformation

of cities. Suitable for both scientific

research and sharing information

across networks.


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We, the City

Plurality and Resistance in Berlin and Istanbul

Tuba İnal-Çekiç / Urszula Ewa Woźniak (eds.)

In the face of uninhibited neoliberal restructuring, Berlin and

Istanbul have for the past decade been subject to various forms

of political polarization and social injustice. As a result, the

struggles for affordable housing, access to public space, fair

labor, ecological justice, and the right to live differently have

intensified. Various forms of grassroots resistance have put the

relationship between local governments and social movements

to the test, provoking questions about where and how the

city’s political issues emerge. Blending dialogues, essays, and

critical reflections, the book investigates the ways in which the

residents of Berlin and Istanbul experience, express, and resist

the physical, political, and normative reordering of their cities,

and asks: Who are We, the City?

We,

the City

Plurality and

Resistance in

Berlin and Istanbul

Tuba İnal-Çekiç / Urszula Ewa Woźniak (eds.)

In the face of uninhibited neoliberal restructuring, Berlin and Istanbul

have for the past decade been subject to various forms of political

polarization and social injustice. As a result, the struggles for

affordable housing, access to public space, fair labor, ecological

justice, and the right to live differently have intensified. Various

forms of resistance “from below” have put the relationship between

local governments and social movements to the test, provoking

questions about where and how the city’s political issues emerge.

Blending dialogues, essays, and critical reflections, the book

investigates the ways in which the residents of Berlin and Istanbul

experience, express, and resist the physical, political, and normative

reordering of their cities, and asks: Who are We, the City?

With contributions by Hilal Alkan, Kristen Biehl, Ayşe Çavdar,

Matthias Coers, Özge Ertem, Kathryn Hamilton, Tuba İnal-

Çekiç, Aslı Odman, İlayda Ece Ova, Anna Steigemann, Banu

Çiçek Tülü, and Urszula Ewa Woźniak

ePDF

144 pages, 40 col. and b/w ill.

17 × 22 cm

E-Book 978-3-86859-832-2

Open Access

11.2022

English

Gardens of Hewsel Diyarbakır © Kathryn Hamilton

• Interrelation of urban resistance

between both cities

• Critical voices from theory and practice

• An interdisciplinary endeavor between

Berlin and Istanbul

An off-season holiday camp was the venue for a week-long workshop organized by the Izmir Academics for Peace

Solidarity Academy © Kathryn Hamilton


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Circular Design

Towards Regenerative Territories

Jörg Schröder / Riccarda Cappeller / Alissa Diesch /

Federica Scaffidi

When it comes to climate change, circularity has become a major

topic. Closed loops, reuse, recycling, and renewable materials are

already fashionable ideas in architecture and product design. In order

to establish the new paradigm of circular design, this book introduces

a territorial dimension to the goal of transforming living spaces for

resilience and sustainability—and to the use of design-led research and

design-thinking as effective forces for analysis, developing concepts

and strategies, and cooperative processes of transformation. Featuring

case studies from all over Europe that merge creative narratives

in urbanism with social innovation and creative industries, Circular

Design aims to activate dynamic fields and networks of ideas, people,

and space oriented to circular principles.

Softcover

240 pages, 170 col. and b/w ill.

15 × 22 cm

Print 978-3-86859-745-5

E-Book 978-3-86859-836-0

€ 36.00 (DE) | $ 41.99 (US) | £ 31.50 (UK)

12.2022

English

Jörg Schröder

Riccarda Cappeller

Alissa Diesch

Federica Scaffidi

Circular

Design

Towards Regenerative Territories

When it comes to climate change, circularity has become a major topic.

Closed loops, reuse, recycling, and renewable materials are already

fashionable ideas in architecture and product design. In order to

establish the new paradigm of circular design, this book introduces

a territorial dimension to the goal of transforming living spaces for

resilience and sustainability—and to the use of design-led research and

design-thinking as effective forces for analysis, developing concepts and

strategies, and cooperative processes of transformation. Featuring case

studies from all over Europe that merge creative narratives in urbanism

with social innovation and creative industries, Circular Design aims to

activate dynamic fields and networks of ideas, people, and space

oriented to circular principles.

• Reuse and recycling are

currently much-discussed

topics in architecture and product

design. This book offers an

urban and territorial dimension

to these topics and highlights

the innovation that results from

linking design and research

• Features case studies from all

over Europe

Related title:

Cosmopolitan Habitat

Jörg Schröder / Maurizio Carta /

Federica Scaffidi / Annalisa Contato (eds.)

Print 978-3-86859-690-8

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

€ 36.00 (DE) | $ 41.99 (US) | £ 31.50 (UK)

Potentials for circular economy around Mount Etna

© Gülce Erincik / Sarah Pens for Regionales Bauen und Siedlungsplanung LUH


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Black Turtleneck,

Round Glasses

Expanding Planning Culture Perspectives

Karin Hartmann

According to a recent American study, sexism and racism are so widespread in

architecture that there is a distaste for these topics within the branch itself. What

are the reasons for this exclusionary working culture? Even in Germany, most

architecture graduates since the turn of the millennium have been female—but

a large number of conventions and assumptions within the discipline make it

difficult for women to remain in the profession. As a result, a great deal of highly

trained talent is lost. Black Turtleneck, Round Glasses uses an intersectional feminist

perspective to examine the structural causes that push women—and anyone

else who isn’t a white cis man—out of the branch. How can architectural teaching

and discourse, as well as the industry’s self-image, become more diverse? Where

are the experiences of a pluralistic society missing from the built environment?

How can we bring about cultural change in planning and architecture?

Featuring an interview with the Dutch architect Afaina de Jong

Softcover with flaps

160 pages, 20 col. and b/w ill.

13 × 20.2 cm

Print 978-3-86859-730-1

E-Book 978-3-86859-989-3

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

09.2022

English

• Overview of structural

discrimination in architecture

• First intersectional feminist

perspective on the working

culture of the field

• Background information for

planning offices, institutions,

and students

Where Jane Jacobs and Janis Joplin perform together: In the Seestadt Aspern, streets are named after women

© Karin Hartmann

Also available in German:

Schwarzer Rolli, Hornbrille

Karin Hartmann

Print 978-3-86859-698-4

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

€ 24.00 (DE) | $ 27.99 (US) |

£ 22.00 (UK)


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Konrad Mühe - Projektion zwischen Körper und Leib

62

63

Andreas Mühe - Lorem Mischpoche Ipsum Deutschlandmärchen

242 243

242 243


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Vertauschte

Köpfe

Konrad Mühe, Andreas Mühe

Pit Stenkhoff (ed.)

Vertauschte Köpfe is being published

in conjunction with the first joint

exhibition by the brothers Andreas

and Konrad Mühe at KUNSTWERK

Sammlung Klein. How can these

siblings—who could hardly be less

alike—collaborate on an equal footing

and harmonize their respective

artworks? What unites them is an

VER-

TAUSCHTE

KÖPFE

KONRAD

MÜHE

ANDREAS

MÜHE

intensive preoccupation with their family’s history. And their differences are mutually

complementary: while the first is concerned with the way in which the family

history is interwoven with German history, the second addresses the relationship

between human and technological bodies, as well as their political subtexts in the

contemporary world.

Not unlike a family whose members tell divergent stories about one another, the

catalog picks up various temporal levels and narrative strands. Vertauschte Köpfe

thus encompasses multiple books that refer to and challenge one another. The

works of Andreas and Konrad Mühe engage in an interplay with texts by Valeria

Waibel, Karsten Ehlers, Monika Maron, Kito Nedo, and a comic strip by Gregor

Hinz. How solid is the substrate of their shared foundation?

Softcover with flaps

500 pages, 200 col. ill.

20.5 × 27 cm

Print 978-3-86859-751-6

€ 55.00 (DE) | $ 63.99 (US) | £ 48.00 (UK)

04.2022

English/German

• Elaborately designed catalog

accompanying the first joint

exhibition by the brothers

Andreas and Konrad Mühe at

KUNSTWERK Sammlung Klein

(23 January—1 May 2022)

• Familial rapprochement by

means of art

• Book-in-book concept, developed

by the Berlin-based design

firm Neue Gestaltung

• Using the Konrad Mühe app,

virtual content can be retrieved

directly from the book's pages


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Previously

announced,

out now

Print 978-3-86859-140-8

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

Print 978-3-86859-606-9

E-Book 978-3-86859-833-9

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

Print 978-3-86859-565-9

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


Christine Hannemann

Karin Hauser (Hg.)

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HOUSING

Roofscape Design

Regenerating the City upon the City

Gustavo Ambrosini / Guido Callegari

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

176 pages, 260 col. ill

Print 978-3-86859-665-6

E-Book 978-3-86859-968-8

€ 28.00 (DE) | $ 32.99 (US) | £ 24.50 (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

Das Berliner Zimmer

Geschichte, Typologie, Nutzungsaneignung

Jan Herres

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-707-3

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

€ 29.00 (DE) | $ 33.99 (US) | £ 26.50 (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 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-543-7

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

English

Activism at Home

Architects Dwelling between Politics,

Aesthetics, and Resistance

Isabelle Doucet / Janina Gosseye (eds.)

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-633-5

€ 42.00 (DE) | $ 48.99 (US) | £ 36.50 (UK)

English

WOHNEN INTEGRIERT

ZUSAMMENHALT

BRAUCHT RÄUME

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

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

€ 24.80 (DE) | $ 28.99 (US) | £ 21.50 (UK)

German

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

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

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

GAM 16

gewohnt: un/common

Guest Editors: Andreas Lichtblau /

Sigrid Verhovsek

Softcover, 22.6 × 27.4 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-856-8

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

English/German

Lincoln Revisited

Gebrauchsspuren einer Wohnbebauung

Lorenzen Mayer Architekten (eds.)

With photographs by Till Schuster

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


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URBAN DESIGN

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

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 ill.

Print 978-3-86859-571-0

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

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

English

URBANISM

Performative Urbanism

Generating and Designing Urban Space

Sophie Wolfrum / Nikolai Frhr. v. Brandis (eds.)

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

192 pages, 65 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-304-4

€ 29.80 (DE) | $ 34.99 (US) | £ 26.00 (UK

English

Berlin & Berlin

Stadtplanung und Städtebau nach dem

Mauerfall im Gespräch

Friedemann Kunst / Deutsche Akademie für

Städtebau und Landesplanung, Berlin-

Brandenburg (eds.)

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

208 pages, 24 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-657-1

E-Book 978-3-86859-958-9

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

German

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

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

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

German

Städte für Menschen

Jan Gehl

Hardcover, 17 × 24 cm

304 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-356-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-897-1

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

German

Räume in Veränderung –

Ein visuelles Lesebuch

Ein- und Ausblicke des interdisziplinären Forschungsverbundes

zur Refiguration von Räumen

Johanna Hoerning / Philipp Misselwitz (eds.)

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-721-9

E-Book 978-3-86859-993-0

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

German

Post-pandemic Urbanism

Doris Kleilein / Friederike Meyer (eds.)

Softcover, 14.8 × 21 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-710-3

E-Book 978-3-86859-981-7

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

English

Eventisierung der Stadt

Gabriela Muri / Daniel Späti / Philipp Klaus /

Francis Müller (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 16.5 × 24 cm

408 pages, 20 col. and 20 b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-493-5

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

German

Zukunft: Wohnen

Migration als Impuls für die kooperative Stadt

Jörg Friedrich / Peter Haslinger / Simon

Takasaki / Valentina Forsch (eds.)

Hardcover, 17 × 24 cm

320 pages, 200 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-451-5

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

German


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Die Bodenfrage

Klima, Ökonomie, Gemeinwohl

Stefan Rettich / Sabine Tastel (eds.)

Hardcover, 14 × 21 cm

144 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-669-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-954-1

€ 16.00 (DE) | $ 20.00 (US) | £ 14.50 (UK)

German

LANDSCAPE AND

ECOLOGY

Interstitial Hong Kong

Exploring the Miniature Open Spaces of High-

Density Urbanism

Xiaoxuan Lu / Susanne Trumpf / Ivan Valin

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320 pages, num. col. ill.

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Urban Open Space +

Strategies at the Intersection of Architecture and

Open Space Planning

Carolin Mees (ed.)

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

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

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The Things Around Us: 51N4E and Rural Urban

Framework

Francesco Garutti (ed.)

Softcover, 15 × 21 cm

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

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Landscaping Egypt

From the Aesthetic to the Productive

Cornelia Redeker / Monique Jüttner (eds.)

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

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Inklusionsmaschine STADT

Inklusion im Städtebau, interdisziplinär

diskutiert

Andrea Benze / Dorothee Rummel (eds.)

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208 pages, 30 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-627-4

E-Book 978-3-86859-941-1

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The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture

Heike Rahmann / Jillian Walliss (eds.)

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

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Die fragmentierte Stadt

Exklusion und Teilhabe im öffentlichen Raum

Jürgen Krusche / Aya Domenig /

Thomas Schärer / Julia Weber

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In the Park

Landscape of the Present

geskes.hack Landscape Architects (ed.)

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

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Transformation und Mischung

Städtebau im Wandel

Christa Reicher / Holger Hoffschröer (eds.)

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

352 pages, 300 col. ill.

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Mensch und Landschaftsarchitektur

Juliane Feldhusen / Sebastian Feldhusen (eds.)

Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences,

School of Landscape Architecture, Study

Program Open Space Planning

Softcover, 16 × 24 cm

336 pages, 146 col. and b/w ill.

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Hortitecture

The Power of Architecture and Plants

Almut Grüntuch-Ernst, IDAS Institute for Design

and Architectural Strategies (eds.)

Softcover, 16.5 × 23.5 cm

288 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-547-5

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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.

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Vegetarian Architecture

Case Studies on Building and Nature

Andrea Bocco Guarneri

Softcover, 21 × 25.5 cm

240 pages, 347 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-569-7

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Typisch Posener

Katrin Voermanek

Softcover, 14 × 23 cm

152 pages, 16 unicol. ill.

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The Botanical City

Matthew Gandy / Sandra Jasper (eds.)

Softcover, 16.8 × 24 cm

324 pages, 100 col. ill.

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Spolien

Phänomene der Wiederverwendung in der

Architektur

Hans-Rudolf Meier

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240 pages, 156 col. ill.

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Designing Parks

Berlin’s Park am Gleisdreieck or the Art of

Creating Lively Places

Leonard Grosch / Constanze A. Petrow

Softcover with flaps, 21 × 25.5 cm

216 pages, 105 col. and 48 b/w ill.

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Hasenheide 13

Sammlung Wemhöner (ed.)

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208 pages, 136 b/w ill.

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ARCHITECTURAL

HISTORY

Bauhaus Dessau

Architecture—Design—Concept

Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau (ed.)

Flexcover, 21 × 27.5 cm

144 pages, 78 col. and 4 b/w ill.

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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.

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100+

Neue Perspektiven auf die Bauhaus-Rezeption

Bauhaus-Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der

Architektur und Planung (ed.)

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

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Archaeology of Modernism

Preservation of the Bauhaus Dessau

Monika Markgraf (ed.) for the Bauhaus Dessau

Foundation

Softcover with flaps, 27 × 20 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-684-7

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English

POSTWAR

MODERNISM

500 Churches, 500 Ideas

New Use for Sacred Spaces

Evangelical Church in Central Germany (EKM),

International Building Exhibition (IBA) Thuringia

Jürgen Willinghöfer / Lars Weitemeier (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 23.5 × 28 cm

200 pages, 259 col. ill.

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English/German

Adaptive Re-Use

Strategies for Post-War Modernist Housing

Maren Harnack / Natalie Heger / Matthias

Brunner (eds.)

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-611-3

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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

Softcover with flaps, 23.5 × 28 cm

196 pages, 150 col. ill.

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German

Transformative Partizipation

Strategien für den Siedlungsbau der

Nachkriegsmoderne

Matthias Brunner / Maren Harnack / Natalie

Heger / Hans Jürgen Schmitz (eds.)

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

160 pages, 65 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-691-5

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German

Fagus

Industriekultur zwischen Werkbund und

Bauhaus

Annemarie Jaeggi

Hardcover, 22 × 28 cm

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

Print 978-3-931321-83-3

€ 38.00 (DE) | $ 41.99 (US) | £ 32.50 (UK)

German

Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin:

Refurbishment of an Architectural Icon

Arne Maibohm (ed.) on behalf of the Federal

Office for Building and Regional Planning

Softcover with dust jacket, 23 × 30 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-687-8

€ 39.00 (DE) | $ 44.99 (US) | £ 35.50 (UK)

English

Bauakademie Berlin

Raumgestaltung und Entwerfen, TU Wien

Wilfried Kuehn / Franz Karner / Julia Nuler / Lisi

Zeininger (eds.)

Softcover with flaps, 14.8 × 21 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-701-1

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

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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

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German

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

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

German

Le Corbusier: Unité d’habitation “Typ Berlin“

Construction and Context

Bärbel Högner (ed.)

Softcover with flaps, 17 × 24 cm

256 pages, 180 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-563-5

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Designing Modernity

Architecture in the Arab World 1945–1973

Philipp Oswalt / George Arbid (eds.) initiated by

Goethe-Institut Palestinian Territories

Softcover, 21 × 28 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-723-3

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English/Arabic

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei 2

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei GmbH & Co KG (ed.)

Clothbound with banderole, 29.7 × 24.5 cm

264 pages, 150 b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-706-6

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BUILDING WITH

WOOD

RFKLX

Ein Architektur-Magazin von und über Knerer

und Lang

Knerer und Lang Architekten GmbH (ed.)

Softcover with flaps, 20.5 × 27.5 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-731-8

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German

GAM.17

Wood. Rethinking Material

Guest Editor: Tom Kaden

Softcover, 22.6 × 27.4 cm

296 pages, num. col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-663-2

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mittendrin und rundherum

Reden, Planen, Bauen am Land und in der Stadt

Ein nonconform-Handbuch

Wojciech Czaja / Barbara Feller

Softcover, 16.5 × 24 cm

208 pages, 194 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-713-4

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Open Architecture

Nachhaltiger Holzbau mit System

Hans Drexler

Softcover, 17 × 24 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-681-6

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German

PHOTOGRAPHY

MONOGRAPHS

The Photobook in Art and Society

Participative Potentials of a Medium

Montag Stiftung Kunst und Gesellschaft (ed.)

in cooperation with The PhotoBookMuseum

Swiss brochure with flaps, 16.7 × 24 cm

468 pages, 220 col. and b/w ill.

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English

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei 1

Lederer Ragnarsdóttir Oei GmbH & Co KG (ed.)

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264 pages, 150 b/w ill.

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English/German

Das gelobte Land der Moderne

Deutsche Reisefotografien zwischen Aleppo

und Alexandria

Karin Berkemann

Hardcover, 17 × 24 cm

256 pages, 170 col. and b/w ill.

Print 978-3-86859-603-8

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All the Queens Houses

An Architectural Portrait of New York’s Largest

and Most Diverse Borough

Rafael Herrin-Ferri

Softcover, 12 × 18 cm

272 pages, 244 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-656-4

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English

RE-USE

Topography of Terror

The Design of a Memorial

Ursula Wilms (ed.)

With Photographs by Friederike von Rauch

Softcover with flaps, 26 × 30 cm

112 pages, 41 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-673-1

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English/German

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

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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

Zollverein

World Heritage Site and Future Workshop

Hermann Marth (ed.) for Stiftung Zollverein

Hardcover, 24 × 32 cm

224 pages, 200 col. ill.

Print 978-3-86859-264-1

€ 39.95 (DE) | $ 45.99 (US) | £ 36.50 (UK)

English

Max Dudler—Räume erzählen

Simone Boldrin (ed.)

Hardcover, 25 × 28 cm

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

Print 978-3-86859-538-3

€ 60.00 (DE) | $ 70.00 (US) | £ 58.00 (UK)

German

Transformationen

Petra Kahlfeldt / 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)

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Authors and Editors

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ICC

Zara Pfeifer is a photographer and architect. Her works reflect her

interest in social and spatial phenomena. Whether documenting

social interactions in the modernist Alterlaa housing project or as a

passenger in a lorry travelling through Europe, Pfeifer inserts herself

into the worlds she documents—not just as an observer, but as an

active participant.

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Nach der Kernkraft

Janke Rentrop is assistant professor at the chair of urban design at

the University of Kassel. Her research is on the re-use of nuclear

power stations and mobility concepts for rural areas.

Stefan Rettich is an architect and professor of urban design at the

University of Kassel. From 2011–2016 he was professor of theory

and design at the School of Architecture in Bremen. Prior to this,

he taught at the Bauhaus Kolleg in Dessau for four years. He is a

founding partner and co-owner of KARO* architects.

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Architectures of Weaving

Ebba Fransén Waldhör is an artist, textile designer, and lecturer

working in spatial installation and design research. She also

develops experimental spatial concepts and scenographies. At

Weißensee School of Art and Design Berlin, she investigates smart

materials in an architectural context.

Maxie Schneider is an architect and design researcher at

Weißensee School of Art and Design Berlin. With a strong interest

in unconventional and adaptive materials systems and hybrid

tectonics, she develops solutions for sustainable material, design,

and building culture.

Christiane Sauer is an architect and professor for material and

design at Weißensee School of Art and Design Berlin. Her focus is

on developing and designing materials systems for the architectural

context based on textile structures, active materials, and functional

surfaces.

Mareike Stoll’s research weaves together literature and space,

images and texts, form and content. Holding a PhD from Princeton

University, she is currently a researcher at the Matters of Activity

Cluster of Excellence, where she facilitates the exchange of

interdisciplinary research.

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Sanfte Stadt

David Sim works as a senior urban expert for Gehl in Copenhagen,

as well as independently through his own consultancy company.

He has developed numerous tools for collaboration and

engagement in the process of rethinking master plans to deliver

denser and more diverse urban places while preserving the human

scale.

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Planung für Morgen

Friedbert Greif is a city planner and urban planning architect. He

has worked at Albert Speer + Partner since 1988, and has been

Managing Partner of AS + P Albert Speer + Partner GmbH since

1991. Beyond this, he is a member of the board of the Professor

Albert Speer Foundation.

Detlef Kurth is an urban planner and was a project manager at

the Planergemeinschaft Hannes Dubach, Urs Kohl brenner, Berlin.

From 1997 to 2003, he was a research assistant at TU Dortmund.

He took up the position of professor of urban planning at HFT

Stuttgart in 2003, and has held the chair of town planning at TU

Kaiserslautern since 2017.

Bernd Scholl has worked at a number of places including Albert

Speer + Partner in Frankfurt am Main. He has been co-owner of

the Scholl+Signer planning firm in Zurich since 1987. He was a

professor at TU Karlsruhe from 1996, and professor for spatial

planning and development at ETH Zürich between 2006 and 2018.

He is on the management board of the Professor Albert Speer

Foundation.

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Mobility Design

Peter Eckart is a product designer, professor of integrative design

at HfG Offenbach University of Art and Design, and a partner at

the design studio unit-design with offices in Frankfurt am Main and

Berne. His research interests are mobility design, system-oriented

design, the mobility revolution, design and complexity, public

design, and sustainability.

Martin Knöll is an architect and professor of urban design and

planning at TU Darmstadt. His research focuses on urban

transformation processes, inclusive and health-focused city

planning, and space syntax.

Martin Lanzendorf is professor of mobility research at the Goethe-

Universität in Frankfurt am Main. His research areas are mobility

in metropolitan areas, changes in travel behaviour, the spatial

aspects of transport development, the mobility revolution, mobility

cultures, municipal transport policies, and public acceptance of

transport policies.

Kai Vöckler is an urbanist and professor of urban design at the HfG

Offenbach University of Art and Design. His research focuses on

mobility design, post-conflict city development, product language,

spatial design, and ecology and design.

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Reallabor Nachkriegsmoderne

Mark Escherich is an architect, buildings historian, and monuments

conservator, as well as head of the Monuments Protection

Authority of Erfurt. He teaches and conducts research on

architecture and modernist urban planning, focusing particularly on

the preservation and maintenance of buildings.

Olaf Gisbertz is a university lecturer in construction history

and monuments conservation. He also leads the Center for

Building Research + Communication + Preservation of Historical

Monuments (iTUBS mbH) at TU Braunschweig. Since 2017 he has

been professor of buildings history, construction research, and

monuments preservation at the University of Applied Sciences and

Arts in Dortmund.

Sebastian Hoyer is an architect and a research assistant at

the Institute of Preservation of Buildings and Structure at

TU Braunschweig. His research and publications focus on

the recording, assessment, and preservation of more recent

architectural-historical structures at the interface between

architecture and engineering.

Andreas Putz is an architect, monuments conservator, and buildings

historian. He completed his PhD at ETH Zürich and was responsible

for the renovation of Erich Mendelsohn’s former Kaufhaus

Schocken department store in Chemnitz for Auer+Weber (Stuttgart)

and knererlang architekten (Dresden). He has been professor of

recent building heritage conservation at TU Munich since 2018.

Christiane Weber is a buildings historian, architect, and art

historian. She teaches in the Architectural History and Monuments

Conservation Department at the University of Innsbruck, where she

has been professor of architectural history since 2022.

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Sakralität im Wandel

Beate Löffler is a senior lecturer at TU Dortmund’s chair of the

History and Theory of Architecture. Among other things, her

research deals with architectural cultural transfer in a global

context, the role of religious spaces in modern societies, and

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Dunja Sharbat Dar is a research associate at the Center for Religious

Studies (CERES) at the Ruhr-Universität in Bochum. Her main

research areas are religion and space, Japanese religion(s), popular

culture, modern religion, and social research methods and theories.

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Handbuch der Stadtbaukunst

Christoph Mäckler is an architect based in Frankfurt am Main,

professor emeritus of urban design at TU Dortmund, and director

of the Deutsches Institut für Stadtbaukunst, which he founded

in 2008. From 1990 until 1997 he held visiting professorships in

Naples, Braunschweig, and Hanover, and was a member of the

Internationale Bauakademie Berlin.

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Innenstadtleben

Christoph Mäckler is an architect based in Frankfurt am Main,

professor emeritus of urban design at TU Dortmund, and director

of the Deutsches Institut für Stadtbaukunst, which he founded

in 2008. From 1990 until 1997 he held visiting professorships in

Naples, Braunschweig, and Hanover, and was a member of the

Internationale Bauakademie Berlin.

Wolfgang Sonne has been professor of architectural history and

theory at TU Dortmund since 2007. He is the head researcher

for the Baukunstarchiv NRW architecture library in North Rhine-

Westphalia as well as acting director and cofounder of the

Deutsches Institut für Stadtbaukunst. He has taught at institutions

including ETH Zürich and the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.

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Bibliothek

Milan Bulaty was director of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin’s

university library from 1992 to 2011. He is the founding director of

the Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum.

Max Dudler founded the Max Dudler firm in 1992, which now has

branches in Berlin, Zurich, Frankfurt am Main, and Munich. In 2004,

Dudler was appointed professor at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf.

He has also taught at the Università Iuav di Venezia, the Alma

Mater Studiorum Università Bologna, the Politecnico di Milano, TU

Dortmund, and TU Munich.

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Günther Domenig: Dimensional

Anna Baar is a writer. Her work has been translated into several

languages and has been published in numerous German-language

and international literary journals and anthologies.

Gerhard Maurer is a photographer. Together with Gudrun

Zacharias, he curates the Raum für Fotografie exhibition space in

Klagenfurt. His work focuses on everyday life, architecture, home,

and identity.

Viktoria Pontoni, Ina Sattlegger, and Andreas Kristof are members

of the section.a curators’ collective in Vienna. Together with

Raffaela Lackner, the director of the Architektur Haus Kärnten, they

are behind the four-month exhibition project “Günther Domenig:

DIMENSIONAL”.

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jovis research 5: Städtische Wohnquartiere in Venedig

Alexander Fichte is an architect and Baukultur consultant at the

Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs, and

Spatial Development (BBSR) in Bonn. He has worked in business,

administration, and research, and completed his PhD on urban

residential neighborhoods in interwar Venice in 2021.

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Drei Zimmer, Küche, Diele, Bad

chair of Design and Housing at the Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar

since 2016. Her teaching and research focus on the architecture of

dwelling and forms of community.

Barbara Schönig joined the Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar as

professor of urban planning in 2012. From 2013 to 2021 she was

director of the Institute for European Urban Studies in the Faculty

of Architecture and Urbanism. Her research and publications focus

on interdisciplinary housing research as well as urban development

and participation in the context of societal transformation.

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Theorien des Wohnens

Kirsten Wagner is a professor of cultural and communications

sciences in the Design Department at Bielefeld University of

Applied Sciences. Her research focuses include the anthropology

of architecture, theories of space and dwelling, and the spatial

organisation of knowledge.

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architektur + analyse 9: Gelebte Utopie

Eugen Gross is an architect, author, and actor. He was a professor

at the Graz Ortweinschule and a founding member of Werkgruppe

Graz, an architects’ collective that completed almost a hundred

projects both within Austria and elsewhere between 1959 and

1989. The terraced housing estate in Graz-St. Peter is their largest

project.

Andrea Jany is an architect and researcher. Following her training

and studies at the Bauhaus Universität in Weimar, Virginia Tech,

Stanford University, and TU Graz, she gained ten years of project

management experience in planning and held a postdoctoral

research and teaching post at Stanford University. She now teaches

and conducts research in the field of residential construction.

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Lifelines

Cristina Bianchetti is full professor of Urban Design at Politecnico

di Torino, where she was deputy dean at the School of Architecture

from 2007 to 2012. Her studies deal with themes related to critical

theory and urban design. She is president of the Evaluation Board

of the Università Iuav di Venezia.

Camillo Boano is full professor of Urban Design and Critical Theory

at the Bartlett Development Planning Unit at University College

London, full professor of Architecture, Urban Design at Politecnico

di Torino, and co-director of the UCL Urban Laboratory. He worked

in Latin America, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East on urban

infrastructures, habitability, and displacement.

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Social-Ecological Cooperative Housing

The Berlin-based id22: Institute for Creative Sustainability focuses

on transformative social ecology, with an emphasis on selforganized

forms of living, local initiatives, climate justice, and urban

democracy. id22 has been coordinating education, networking,

research, and communication projects since 2003.

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Emscher 20 | 21+: Die neue Emscher kommt

Dieter Nellen is a consultant and writer working in the fields of

urban planning, architecture, and culture.

Uli Paetzel is chairman of the executive board of the

Emschergenossenschaft and Lippeverband (EGLV) water

management partnership, as well as an honorary professor at the

Ruhr-Universität in Bochum.

Stefan Siedentop is the managing director of research for the ILS

Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development in North

Rhine-Westphalia and a professor in the Faculty of Spatial Planning

at TU Dortmund.

Verena von Beckerath is an architect and cofounder of the

architecture firm Heide & von Beckerath in Berlin. She has been


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Reden wir über Baukultur!

IG Architektur is an Austria-wide special interest group for

architecture. It is based in Vienna and has been active for twenty

years. As an advocacy platform, IG Architektur fosters debate on

architectural policy, issues within the profession, and sociopolitical

questions.

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Europan 16: Living Cities

EUROPAN Deutschland is a non-profit organization for the

promotion of architecture, housing, and urban planning founded

in 1988. It aims to promote the exchange of ideas in the field of

innovative housing and urban planning among European countries.

To this end, EUROPAN arranges architecture and planning

competitions throughout Europe.

Lola Meyer is co-managing director of EUROPAN Deutschland e.V.

and researches the future of mobility in rural areas.

Vesta Nele Zareh is managing director of EUROPAN Deutschland

e.V. and professor of urban planning at Anhalt University of Applied

Sciences.

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We, the City

Tuba İnal-Çekiç completed her PhD at the Urban and Regional

Planning Department of Yıldız Technical University (Istanbul). She

is currently working at the Hertie School in Berlin. Her research

focuses on urban movements and urban commons as a struggle

against neoliberal authoritarian urban policy from a participatory

local governance perspective.

Urszula Woźniak holds a PhD in sociology from the Humboldt-

Universität zu Berlin, where she specialized in political sociology

and political anthropology, migration, and transnationalism, urban

studies, and Turkish studies. She works as a research associate at

the Department for Social Sciences at the same university.

Academic Partners

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Circular Design

The authors at the chair for Territorial Design of Leibniz University

Hannover are working on creative cycles in urbanism. Recent

international projects include Medways, Cosmopolitan Habitat, and

Creative Food Cycles.

Riccarda Cappeller’s research interest is in design modes for mixed

urban spaces and art-based approaches linking social, spatial, and

performative aspects.

Alissa Diesch's research includes participatory knowledge

generation, post-colonial spaces, research-to-design concepts, and

urban-rural relations and transformations.

Federica Scaffidi’s research interests address territorial

development, social innovation, and recycling.

Jörg Schröder focuses his research on territorial innovation,

transformation, and resilience, as well as on design research.

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Black Turtleneck, Round Glasses

Karin Hartmann is an architect and an author as well as an

associate member of the Bund Deutscher Architektinnen und

Architekten (BDA). She researches, writes, and speaks on building

culture and intersectional feminism. From 2016 to 2021 she was

a policy officer at the Federal Institute for Research on Building,

Urban Affairs, and Spatial Development (BBSR), and she has worked

as a freelancer and for Baukultur Nordrhein-Westfalen since 2021.

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Vertauschte Köpfe

Konrad Mühe is a sculptor and video artist. In his sculptures,

immaterial projections, physical objects, and video content form

a conceptual unity. Since 2017, he has produced the so-called

“projection beings” that display expressive human qualities while

investigating sociopolitical issues relating to the perception and

impact of images, as well as to the construction of identity.

Andreas Mühe achieved international recognition as an artist

through his preoccupation with the German past and German

identity. Often, there is a certain ambivalence inherent in his

analog photographs, which reference the no-longer-visible but

nonetheless still palpable aftermath of German historiography.

His most recent solo exhibition, “Stories of Conflict”, took place in

2022 at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt am Main.

jovis publishes in collaboration with, among others

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

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Bergische Universität Wuppertal

Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg

Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, Quebec

Chalmers tekniska högskola, Göteborg, Sweden

Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH) Zürich, Switzerland

Fachhochschule Münster

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

German University in Cairo, Egypt

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main

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KIT Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

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