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Typology. Hong Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Review No. II | Emanuel Christ, Christoph Gantenbein | 9783906027012

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TYPOLOGY

Hong Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Review No. II

Author:Emanuel Christ, Christoph Gantenbein

Publisher:Park Books

ISBN: 978-3-906027-01-2

  • Hardcover
  • English, German
  • 208 Pages
  • Apr 13, 2012

The book 'Typology' presents around 160 buildings in Hong Kong, Rome, New York, and Buenos Aires that have been analyzed by the chair of Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. This selective and subjective inventory of metropolitan and essentially anonymous 20th century building production provides a basis for urban project creation.

In this book, each building is documented with layout and floor plan, axonometric projection, photograph, and key information. The essays by Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein and four texts by other authors explain the interactions between the contexts, especially the governing urban rule sets and the buildings, and show the potential for the design of a contemporary urban architecture.

With essays by Emanuel Christ, Christoph Gantenbein, Fernando Diez, Francesco Garofalo, Carol Gerselle Krinsky, and Hendrik Tieben.

The book 'Typology' presents around 160 buildings in Hong Kong, Rome, New York, and Buenos Aires that have been analyzed by the chair of Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. This selective and subjective inventory of metropolitan and essentially anonymous 20th century building production provides a basis for urban project creation.

In this book, each building is documented with layout and floor plan, axonometric projection, photograph, and key information. The essays by Emanuel Christ and Christoph Gantenbein and four texts by other authors explain the interactions between the contexts, especially the governing urban rule sets and the buildings, and show the potential for the design of a contemporary urban architecture.

With essays by Emanuel Christ, Christoph Gantenbein, Fernando Diez, Francesco Garofalo, Carol Gerselle Krinsky, and Hendrik Tieben.

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