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Staab Architekten : kindred objects

Author: Florian Heilmeyer; Staab Architekten,; Kennedy-Unglaub Translation,
Publisher: Berlin, Germany : Hatje Cantz, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since founding their office in 1991, Staab Architekten have devoted themselves to a broad spectrum of construction projects that range from new buildings in sensitive urban spaces and landscapes to conversions and reinterpretations of landmarked buildings. The office's signature cannot be identified based on formal similarities but rather in the methodical approach behind the individual development of each project.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Florian Heilmeyer; Staab Architekten,; Kennedy-Unglaub Translation,
ISBN: 9783775742054 3775742050 3775742042 9783775742047
OCLC Number: 967148733
Language Note: Translated from German.
Notes: Also available in a German edition.
Description: 327 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans, portraits ; 26 x 30 cm
Contents: Inventing the task : Albertinum Dresden ; C10 highrise building ; LWL-Museum fü̈r Kunst und Kultur --
Autonomy and connection : Museum Georg Schäfer ; Richard Wagner Museum --
Radically cautious : Nya Nordiska Headquarters ; Neue Galerie Kassel --
Transforming the familiar : Kunstmuseum Ahrenshoop ; Office building at Schinkelplatz ; Columbarium Liebfrauenkirche --
Complex simplicity : Neues Museum Nuremberg : Service Center on the Theresienwiese --
Search for the specific : Visitor center Herkules ; Virtual Engineering Center of Excellence ; Museum der Bayerischen Könige --
Hedgehog, fox, chameleon: essay / Florian Heilmeyer --
Crystallizing ideas into buildings: Florian Heilmeyer in conversation with Volker Staab, Alfred Nieuwenhuizen, Per Pedersen, and Hanns Ziegler.
Other Titles: Kindred objects
Staab
Responsibility: edited by Stabb Architekten, Florian Heilmeyer ; translations, Kennedy Unglaub Translation.

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Since founding their office in 1991, Staab Architekten have devoted themselves to a broad spectrum of construction projects that range from new buildings in sensitive urban spaces and landscapes to conversions and reinterpretations of landmarked buildings. The office's signature cannot be identified based on formal similarities but rather in the methodical approach behind the individual development of each project. Many points of reference points are determined by the complex parameters of each construction project from which the form, function, and materiality of the structures are developed. Based on overarching themes and a selection of projects, light is cast on Staab Architekten's approach from the perspective of the office itself as well as that of the architectural critic Florian Heilmeyer.

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