DIENER & DIENER ARCHITECTS. Housing
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a cura di Alexandre Aviolat - Bruno Marchand - Martin Steinmann
- Architects highlighting the significance of their work in contemporary residential architecture
- Features 30 exemplary designs and unbuilt proposals in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands
- Presents newly taken photographs, floor and site plans as well as previously unpublished material from the firm's archive
- Highlights for the first time the work of the previous studio of Marcus Diener 1942-80
Diener & Diener Architects, based in Basel and Berlin, is one of Switzerland’s leading architecture firms. Over the past forty years, it has maintained a consistent focus on residential architecture. Even before the foundation of Diener & Diener Architects proper, Roger Diener’s father, Marcus Diener, laid the roots for the firm’s specialization on housing, and today, Diener & Diener is known for designs in this field with sparingly used simple patterns, typologies, and materials.
Diener & Diener Architects—Housing discusses thirty designs exemplifying the firm’s philosophy—a philosophy that considers the individual urban contexts for each building structure. The book features photographs, floor and site plans, as well as images and plans from the firm’s archive. Drawing also on Roger Diener’s collected lectures, the texts investigate Diener & Diener’s own typological design process, which serves as the foundation for each project. By so doing, they give insight into Diener & Diener’s long-standing success and their significance in the field of contemporary housing architecture.
> Martin Steinmann is professor emeritus of architecture and architectural theory at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). Bruno Marchand is professor of architectural theory and Alexandre Aviolat is an architect and teaching assistant at EPFL’s Theory and History of Architecture Laboratory 2.
Veste editoriale: Softcover
Immagini a colori: 82
Immagini b/n: 120