This completely revised and expanded edition of the monograph released in 2012 includes 30 new projects and shows the most important buildings and projects realized by the architect Max Dudler since 1986. The compact overview reveals how consistently Dudler has systematically developed his conceptual approach out of the history of architecture. The son of a Swiss stonemason and a student of Oswald Mathias Ungers, Dudler's continuous engagement with the European city has assured him a standing as one of the most distinctive and independent of the German-speaking architects. His many projects are each illustrated here on two to six pages of images, drawings, historical references, and model views, with accompanying explanatory texts. Among the featured works are the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development, Berlin, Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch, the celebrated Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm Center, Berlin, the visitors' center at Heidelberg Castle, and the conversion of the Hambach Castle.
- Texts by Michael Mönninger, Werner Oechslin, Eberhard Syring
Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta Formato: 20x20 Pagine: 240 Immagini a colori: Immagini b/n: 386 Lingua: GB Anno: 2016 (Revised and expanded Edition)