GD #5 30 Projects addresses the five keys to interpreting contemporary architecture namely Learning, Education, Playing, Caring and Dwelling. The book highlights the importance of a social human-oriented architectural design focus throughout various building typologies ranging from public buildings and schools to social housing projects. The projects chosen provide an understanding of how a contemporary social and functional intention is expressed within modern architecture and how the architectural design, tradition, and functional dimensions presently take form in new buildings and projects. The projects featured in the book have been designed by architectural studios such as HVIDT ARKITEKTER, RUBOW arkitekter, Exners Tegnestue, Arkitema Architects, and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects.
* • Edited and written by Marianne Ibler • Essays by Niels Ole Lund • Essays by Peter B. MacKeith