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a+u 617. 2022:02 Bernardo Bader

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ISBN: 978-4-9002-1274-9

  • Paperback
  • Engels, Japans
  • 174 pagina's
  • 28 jan. 2022

The Austrian practice of Bernardo Bader comes into focus in this edition of a+u magazine, illuminated in essays by Arno Ritter and Florian Sauter. Featured are projects for sporting events and activities, such as Reichshof Stadium, Ski Lodge Wolf, and the Alpine Sports Centre, as well as profiles of renovations and new works, encompassing several houses, the Susi Weigel Kindergarten, Salgenreute Chapel, Klostergasse Studio, and an Islamic cemetery. Also in this issue, the winning entries of the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2021 are presented and the awarded British architect Richard Rogers (1933–2021) is remembered.

Since establishing his studio in 2003, Bernardo Bader has rapidly accumulated a stunning oeuvre in the villages and valleys of the Bregenzerwald. Each of the 60 felled spruces, firs, and elm trees used in the House by the Fens was accounted for in its entirety – becoming the building’s structure, walls, and furniture. Clay excavated on-site was pressed and air-dried into bricks. This act of “doing,” a stringency and devotion, expresses the character of the region. While his buildings may look ordinary at first sight, as though they have belonged exactly where they are since time immemorial, they exude contemporaneity, lightness, and youth. The experience of being in and around Bader’s buildings is to feel its “dialogue with the history of the area, response to the individual stories of the clients,” and “reaction to the landscape and architectural context,” as described in the opening essay by Arno Ritter. Florian Sauter further observes in his essay that it is “not an aesthetic aim,” but “the consequence of this progressive peeling off of the excessive and unimportant to gradually reveal the indispensable and important” that creates the “resolute calmness, clarity,” and perhaps, “anonymity” in Bader’s architecture. Sixteen projects are presented alongside contextual photographs and detail drawings to capture the placeness and character of each building.

Content

Essay: Poetry of Everyday Life., Arno Ritter

House by the Fens
Islamic Cemetery
House in the Field
House at Kaltschmieden
Susi Weigel Kindergarten
House on Schopfacker
Ski Lodge Wolf
Dorfhaus Steinberg
Children’s House at the Duck Creek
Salgenreute Chapel
House in Stürcherwald
Klostergasse Studio
Alpine Sports Center
House Iglasee
Reichshof Stadium
Rhine Bridge Au-Lustenau

Essay: Critical Clarity, Florian Sauter

Winning Entries of the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2021

In memoriam: Richard Rogers (1933–2021)

The Austrian practice of Bernardo Bader comes into focus in this edition of a+u magazine, illuminated in essays by Arno Ritter and Florian Sauter. Featured are projects for sporting events and activities, such as Reichshof Stadium, Ski Lodge Wolf, and the Alpine Sports Centre, as well as profiles of renovations and new works, encompassing several houses, the Susi Weigel Kindergarten, Salgenreute Chapel, Klostergasse Studio, and an Islamic cemetery. Also in this issue, the winning entries of the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2021 are presented and the awarded British architect Richard Rogers (1933–2021) is remembered.

Since establishing his studio in 2003, Bernardo Bader has rapidly accumulated a stunning oeuvre in the villages and valleys of the Bregenzerwald. Each of the 60 felled spruces, firs, and elm trees used in the House by the Fens was accounted for in its entirety – becoming the building’s structure, walls, and furniture. Clay excavated on-site was pressed and air-dried into bricks. This act of “doing,” a stringency and devotion, expresses the character of the region. While his buildings may look ordinary at first sight, as though they have belonged exactly where they are since time immemorial, they exude contemporaneity, lightness, and youth. The experience of being in and around Bader’s buildings is to feel its “dialogue with the history of the area, response to the individual stories of the clients,” and “reaction to the landscape and architectural context,” as described in the opening essay by Arno Ritter. Florian Sauter further observes in his essay that it is “not an aesthetic aim,” but “the consequence of this progressive peeling off of the excessive and unimportant to gradually reveal the indispensable and important” that creates the “resolute calmness, clarity,” and perhaps, “anonymity” in Bader’s architecture. Sixteen projects are presented alongside contextual photographs and detail drawings to capture the placeness and character of each building.

Content

Essay: Poetry of Everyday Life., Arno Ritter

House by the Fens
Islamic Cemetery
House in the Field
House at Kaltschmieden
Susi Weigel Kindergarten
House on Schopfacker
Ski Lodge Wolf
Dorfhaus Steinberg
Children’s House at the Duck Creek
Salgenreute Chapel
House in Stürcherwald
Klostergasse Studio
Alpine Sports Center
House Iglasee
Reichshof Stadium
Rhine Bridge Au-Lustenau

Essay: Critical Clarity, Florian Sauter

Winning Entries of the Central Glass International Architectural Design Competition 2021

In memoriam: Richard Rogers (1933–2021)

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