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Moritz Henning / Eduard Kögel (eds.)
German-trained Indonesian Architects from the 1960s
In 1960 and 1961, a group of young Indonesians completed their studies in Berlin and Hanover with a degree in architecture (in Indonesian: Dipl.-Ing. Arsitek). Using the diploma projects of ten of those former students as a starting point, the Basics title Dipl.-Ing. Arsitek: German-trained Indonesian Architects from the 1960s provides multifaceted insights into this little-known aspect of GermanIndonesian architectural relations.
Architectural Guide Moscow
This book guides you through Moscow’s history, from the fifteenth century to the present day, taking you to well-known landmarks, industrial areas and residential districts. It includes more than 550 buildings, structures, parks and squares. Well-researched descriptions provide in-depth information on the built environment, while detailed maps and QR codes make it easy to find all the featured projects.
Urban Block Cities
10 Design Principles for Contemporary Planning
What could the ideal city look like? The ideal city is social, healthy and sustainable. Such a city is laid out by Karsten Pålsson in his new book Urban Block Cities. In it, the Copenhagen-based architect and urban planner illustrates why urban blocks are the structure best suited to promoting sustainable building developments.
Yorck Förster, Christina Gräwe, Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds.)
German Architecture Annual 2023
That the DAM Prize for Architecture in Germany 2023 has been awarded to the extension of an existing building illustrates the significance of the topic on the current architectural discourse: it is the Landratsamt in Starnberg / District Building in Starnberg, a "wonderful example for the ever so wise, but rarely practiced principle of continuing a pre-existing build", as jury chairman Martin Haas puts it. The German Architecture Annual 2023 presents the winning project and the finalists together with the shortlisted entries from Germany and by German architects.