Junge deutsche Architekten und Architektinnen

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Birkhäuser Verlag, May 30, 1998 - Architecture - 159 pages
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Does contemporary German architecture have anything to offer to the larger architectural community? Can architects born in the 50s and 60s produce, so soon in their careers, buildings taht deserve international acclaim? Klaus-Dieter Weiss, a leading expert and critic on current architectural practice in Germany, has confronted these questions. This survey of architectural practice in Germany is a aresult of extensive research and critical selection and exemplifies the new and remarkable tendencies re-emerging in German architecture. The following offices are represented with their recent and important work: -Albers, Berlin -Allmann, Sattler, Wappner, Munich -Augustin, Frank, Berlin -Cheret, Bozic, Stuttgart -Goritz, Hanover -Hild, Kaltwasser, Munich -Mensing, Sedler, Darmstadt -Roth, Hamburg -Scheuring, Hannibal -Scheuring, Cologne -Schneider, Stuttgart -Spengler, Wiescholek, Hamburg -Turkali, Frankfurt

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Markus Allmann Amandus Sattler Ludwig Wappner
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