by Wilfried WangFrom the birth of Bauhaus long ago to the rebuilding of Berlin today, there isn't an aspect of contemporary architecture that doesn't have a connection to events past and present in German design. Architecture in Germany takes stock of this fact and puts it into a contemporary design perspective in a stunningly illustrated edition.For those who follow the international architecture scene, but do not speak German or have limited access to German design journals, this is a must-have annual publication. Produced in cooperation with the Deutsches Architektur Museum (DAM) in Frankfurt, no other compilation offers the same kind of insider's view into what world-renowned architects abroad are building in Germany, and what German architects, in turn, are offering the world.
The 1998 Architecture in Germany features essays on various topics of international interest, as well as brilliant color photographs and concise descriptions documenting outstanding current building projects. These range from movie theaters to museums, with a special focus on renovation and reconstruction.
|Title||Architektur Jahrbuch 1998/Architecture In Germany 1998|
|eBook format||eBook, (torrent)|
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