DEUTSCHE ARCHITEKTUR JAHRBUCH 2012/13. German Architecture Annual 2012/13
a cura di Peter Cachola Schmal - Christina Gräwe
This yearbook brings together the year’s most exciting and innovative projects by German architects in their own country and abroad.
Since 1981 the German Architecture Museum has been recognizing the best architecture its country has to offer. Opening with the DAM-prizewinning project — the reconstruction and new building of Hambach Castle by Max Dudler — this yearbook also features a number of stunning buildings in the fields of residential, commercial, institutional, and public works. Essays examine recent trends, such as the rise of neoconservative buildings and the surge in lavish, prestigious sports arenas which, after only a few years of existence, are often on the verge of being torn down as the country is not able to maintain the buildings any longer.
> Peter Cachola Schmal is an architect and Director of the DAM (German Architecture Museum), Frankfurt/Main.
> Christina Gräwe is a freelance curator and Partner of kuratorenwerkstatt Förster Gräwe Winkelmann
Veste editoriale: Brossura con Sovraccoperta Formato: 22x28 Pagine: 216 Immagini a colori: 220 Immagini b/n: 40 Lingua: D-GB Anno: 2012