DAM ドイツ建築年鑑 2005
The newest volume of this important annual survey explores the recent growth in museum construction in Germany and the trends this development has inspired. Six new museums, designed by some of the worlds leading architects, are profiled and critiqued. In addition, the book features an essay explaining this architectural typology and tracing its urban and societal roots as well as a text by architect David Chipperfield about the differences between building public and private institutions. The book also includes a comprehensive section on projects, offering an overview of the most important new buildings in Germany by Herzog & de Meuron, Peter Eisenman, Zaha Hadid, Sauerbruch Hutton Architects, and others. The index of architects in the appendix covers every DAM yearbook published since 1992, making this issue a comprehensive reference on modern architecture in Germany.
220 x 280 mm