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9 x 9 : a method of design : from city to house continued

Author: Dietmar Eberle; Florian Aicher; Franziska Hauser
Publisher: Basel : Birkhäuser, ©2018.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"An ideal design is site-specific, which is the only way architecture can create or connect with a specific sense of identity. This requires addressing the structural and local circumstances. This method handbook offers a playful way in which to systematically ascertain a complex framework and use it for your own design. The '9 x 9 method' takes all relevant factors and their alternate interaction into  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Additional Physical Format: (GyWOH)har185013776
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dietmar Eberle; Florian Aicher; Franziska Hauser
ISBN: 9783035606324 3035606323 9783035606331 3035606331
OCLC Number: 1047890759
Notes: Translation of: 9 x 9 : eine Methode des Entwerfens : von der Stadt zum Haus weitergedacht.
Authors: Florian Aicher, Jia Beisi, Adam Caruso, Dietmar Eberle, Franziska Hauser, Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani, Michele Lanza, Arno Lederer, Silvain Malfroy, Adrian Meyer, Marcello Nasso, Fritz Neumeyer, András Pálffy, Miroslav Šik, Laurent Stalder, Eberhard Tröger.
Description: 541 pages : illustrations (some color), plans ; 29 cm
Contents: Between architecture and architecture education --
Architecture / Eberle, Dietmar --
Practice and teaching / Meyer, Adrian --
A method of design: observations and insights / Nasso, Marcello / Hauser, Franziska --
Place / Lampugnani, Magnago --
Structure / Neumeyer, Fritz --
Place, structure / Pálffy, András --
Envelope / Caruso, Adam --
Place, structure, envelope / Sik, Miroslav --
Program / Malfroy, Silvain --
Place, Structure, Envelope, Program with an essay by / Stalder, Laurent --
Materiality / Tröger, Eberhard --
Place, structure, envelope, program, materiality / Eberle, Dietmar --
Learning behavior in an architectural teaching studio: what to teach and how to learn? / Beisi, Jia --
Architecture and computer science, computer science and architecture / Lanza, Michele / Nasso, Marcello --
On the state of architecture / Lederer, Arno.
Other Titles: 9 x 9.
Nine by nine
Responsibility: Dietmar Eberle ; managing editors, Florian Aicher, Dietmar Eberle ; editorial team, Franziska Hauser [and four others] ; translation from German into English, Word Up!.

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"An ideal design is site-specific, which is the only way architecture can create or connect with a specific sense of identity. This requires addressing the structural and local circumstances. This method handbook offers a playful way in which to systematically ascertain a complex framework and use it for your own design. The '9 x 9 method' takes all relevant factors and their alternate interaction into consideration: location, structure, shell, program, and materiality, all which, in a matrix with various intersections, produce exactly 9 'fields of action' for the design. The individual 'fields' are not only illustrated visually with meaningful and eidetic pictures, but are also discussed in texts by leading specialists. For this book, the '9 x 9 method' was completely re-worked and redesigned. A seemingly light-hearted method handbook for ascertaining complex conditions for the design"--Publisher's website.

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