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9 (2013)
Walls: Spatial Sequences




Adrian Forty
Ein Leben nach dem Tod
A Life After Death
Bernhard Siegert
Nach der Wand. Interferenzen zwischen Rastern und Schleiern
After the Wall: Interferences among Grids and Veils
Ivica Brnić
Diaphane Wände
Diaphanous Walls
Till Lensing
Abwesende Wände. Zwei Ferienhäuser am Mittelmeer von Silvia Gmür und Livio Vacchini
Absent Walls: Two Mediterranean Holiday Houses by Silvia Gmür and Livia Vacchini
Sabine Zierold
Mediale Schichtungen
Mediatic Stratifications
Georges Teyssot
Architektur als topologischer Operator
Architecture as Topological Operator


Eduardo Meissner
Die bewohne Wand
The Inhabited Wall
Hélène Binet
[photographic works]
Barry Bergdoll
Zwischen Bauhaus und Geologie. Fernando Menis' Iglesia de Santisimo Redentor
Between Bauhaus and Geology: Fernando Menis' Holy Redeemer Church
Joost Meuwissen
Mauern und Träume vom Gefängnis um 1980
Walls and Dreams of Incarceration around 1980
Paolo Rosselli
[photographic works]


Laurent Stalder
Mauer, Maschine, Milieu
Wall, Machine, Milieu
Tim Lüking
Mach's einfach! Zu den Qualitäten einschichtiger Außenwände aus Leichtbeton
Keep It Simple! On the Qualities of Single-Layer Exterior Walls of Lightweight Concrete
Ferdinand Oswald
Wand statt Aggregat. Klimaregulierende Hüllen in subtropischen Wohngebäuden

Rezensionen / Reviews

George Baird
Zur Phänomenologie von Raumfolgen: Frank Gehrys Disney Hall und Hans Scharouns Berliner Philharmonie
On the Phenomenology of Spatial Sequences: Frank Gehry's Disney Hall and Hans Scharoun's Berlin Philharmonic
Erika Petric
Hélène Binet, Composing Space: The Photographs of Hélène Binet
Petra Eckhard
Jürgen Hasse, Atmosphären der Stadt. Aufgespürte Räume
Ana Jeinić
Tom Holert, Distributed Agency, Design's Potentiality
Margareth Otti
Nishat Awan/ Tatjana Schneider/ Jeremy Till, Spatial Agency. Other Ways of Doing Architecture
Uta Gelbke
Lukasz Stanek, Henri Lefebvre on Space: Architecture, Urban Research, and the Production of Theory
Stefan Fink
Ekkehard Drach, Architektur und Geometrie. Zur Historizität formaler Ordnungssysteme
Magnus Griesbeck
Mario Carpo, The Alphabet and the Algorithm
Claudia Wrumnig
Rem Koolhaas/Hans Ulrich Obrist (Hg.), Project Japan: Metabolism Talks…
Antje Senarclens de Grancy
Ita Heinze-Greenberg, Europa in Palästina. Die Architekten des zionistischen Projekts 1902-1923
Ingrid Böck
Katrin Eberhard, Maschinen zuhause. Die Technisierung des Wohnens in der Moderne

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