Architecture. Landscape. Architecture Yearbook Graz Styria 2013 | Nathalie de Vries, Eva Guttmann, Haus der Architektur Graz | 9783990436332

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Architecture. Landscape - Architektur. Landschaft

Architecture Yearbook Graz Styria 2013 - Architekturjahrbuch Graz Steiermark 2013

Auteur:Nathalie de Vries, Eva Guttmann, Haus der Architektur Graz

Uitgever:AMBRA

ISBN: 978-3-99043-633-2

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Duits
  • 160 pagina's
  • 13 jan. 2014

This 2013 edition of the Architecture Yearbook Graz Styria is published on occasion of the Styrian Architecture Award, which is awarded for the sixteenth time. For the third time, the winner was selected by a curator, who is also responsible for the design of the corresponding publication, instead of a jury.

What these buildings in different regions of Styria have in common is their great awareness for the individual urban and suburban contexts as well the intensive, discursive process that characterized their planning and completion. This publication describes the projects and features commentaries by the architects, users and clients that accompany the expressive images both in context and detail.

This 2013 edition of the Architecture Yearbook Graz Styria is published on occasion of the Styrian Architecture Award, which is awarded for the sixteenth time. For the third time, the winner was selected by a curator, who is also responsible for the design of the corresponding publication, instead of a jury. Nathalie de Vries, of the MVRDV architecture office in The Netherlands was chosen to be the curator of this year’s award. Her choice includes six projects of varying typologies and sizes.

What these buildings in different regions of Styria have in common is their great awareness for the individual urban and suburban contexts as well the intensive, discursive process that characterized their planning and completion. This publication describes the projects and features commentaries by the architects, users and clients that accompany the expressive images both in context and detail.

Includes an essay by Werner Schandor and photographs by Michael Goldgruber

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