ArchXchange: Berlin and Moscow, cultural identity through architecture

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Jovis, Oct 1, 2006 - Architecture - 128 pages
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The publication presents the results of the archxchange workshop, six teams of German and Russian architects (Blauraum, magma architecture, Philip Pishik, Team05, Team Russia and TransStructuraExpress) developed design proposals for transforming a factory area in Moscow into an interdisciplinary cultural centre. It will be accompanied by statements by well-known architects, urban planners and critics from both countries which add to the spectrum.

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