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  • SPRING 2013

    ArchitectureLandscape ArchitectureDesignArt

  • Scale: Support and Materialize Helmut Jahn The Mobility of the Line Material Revolution 2Page 2 Page 6 Page 10 Page 13

    CONTENTS

    BIRKHUSER Construction | Materials2 Scale: Support and Materialize3 Product Development and Architecture4 Flexible Composite Materials in Architecture, Construction and Interiors

    Architects | Buildings 5 Sacred Concrete: The Churches of Le Corbusier6 Helmut Jahn: Process Progress7 Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects8 Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

    Architectural Design9 Parametric Design in Architecture10 The Mobility of the Line: Art Architecture Design

    Studies | Professional Practice11 Fundamental Concepts of Architecture12 Basics Architectural Design12 Manuscript

    Design | Interior Architecture13 Material Revolution 214 Designing Interior Architecture16 Gute Gestaltung / Good Design 2013

    Landscape Architecture | Urbanism17 Designing Cities18 Landscape Infrastructure18 scape

  • Designing Interior ArchitecturePage 14

    Designing Cities Page 17

    Designing circulation areasPage 19

    Allgemeines KnstlerlexikonPage 30

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    Edition DETAIL19 Designing circulation areas20 Signage 21 Pedestrian Bridges22 Best High Rises 2012/201322 The Future of Building: Perspectives23 Net zero energy buildings24 Energy effi ciency refurbishments25 Holistic Housing25 A green home for Sophie and Henry26 DETAIL engineering 3: Bollinger + Grohmann27 DETAIL engineering 2: Arup Building Design28 best of BRO / best of OFFICE

    Art 29 Constructing the Image of Muhammad in Europe30 Allgemeines Knstlerlexikon

    Backlist31 Backlist Birkhuser36 Backlist DETAIL

  • 2 | BIRKHUSER | CONSTRUCTION | MATERIALS

    Covers the development of constructional solutions from first design idea to call for bids

    Provides the necessary information for design, construction, and implementation

    Detail drawings highlight constructional solutions for design ideas

    International project examples illustrate practical implementation

    Wall, support, ceiling, and roof make up the skeleton of nearly every building. This fourth volume in the series SCALE, Support and Materialize, takes an in-depth look at these load-bearing structures, covering the devel-opment and realization of appropriate con-structions from idea and design intention all the way to constructional implementation. Following the traditional building methods of massive, cross-wall, and skeleton con-struction, it points the way toward a material-appropriate constructional approach to these defi ning structural elements wall, support, ceiling, and roof. Special attention is given to how constructional and tech-nical considerations can be harmonized with

    spatial and formal commitments. The load-bearing elements are organized, described, and explored in detail from a material as well as a formal and constructional perspec-tive. Their practical implementation is illus-trated by a series of international examples.

    Designing and constructing load-bearing building elements

    PAGES approx. 160ILLS. approx. 150 in color, 25 b/w, 200 DrawingsFORMAT 22.0 28.0 cm. Softcover

    PRINT EUR 44.95 / USD 63.00ISBN 978-3-0346-0040-8 English

    EBOOK EUR 44.95 / USD 63.00ISBN 978-3-0346-1577-8 English

    PRINT+EBOOK EUR 69.95 / USD 98.00ISBN 978-3-0346-1578-5 English

    Available May 2013

    Henning Baurmann, Jan Dilling, Claudia Euler, Julius Niederwhrmeier

    Scale: Support andMaterializeWall, Column, Slab, Roof

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  • PAGES 176 ILLS. approx. 200 in color, 50 b/w, 150 drawingsFORMAT 22.0 28.0 cm. Softcover

    PRINT EUR 44.95 / USD 63.00ISBN 978-3-0346-0841-1 English

    EBOOK EUR 44.95 / USD 63.00ISBN 978-3-0346-0882-4 English

    PRINT+EBOOK EUR 69.95 / USD 98.00ISBN 978-3-0346-0883-1 English

    Available March 2013

    From idea to product

    In the construction sector, demand is steadi-ly increasing for innovative products. Product Development and Architecture presents se-lected examples that illustrate how the plan-ning disciplines can contribute to such inno-vations in building. Introductory essays comprehensively explain the thematic and methodological framework. Case studies ex-emplify the transformation of ideas into pro-totypes or products.Creating dynamics, shifting boundaries, building and expanding networks, conserving resources, developing and optimizing plan-ning tools, as well as implementing use-addi-tive processes all these processes are discussed in order to clarify the necessary collaboration between various actors in the construction industry. Groundbreaking solu-

    tions clearly explain the role applied sciences play in the active collaboration between uni-versity and industry, as well as the interdisci-plinary integration of disciplines and experts.This publication presents interdisciplinary collaborative projects such as the Seaweed Facade, which resulted in the realization of a building with a bioreactor facade at the Inter-national Building Exhibition in Hamburg in 2012, or the "Printed Envelope, the result of a collaborative research project in which free forms for the facade design were generated from 3D computer-generated processes.

    Documentation of groundbreaking interdisciplinary collaboration

    Presents case studies and research results from current practice

    Uta Pottgiesser, Holger Strau (Ed.)

    Product Development and ArchitectureVisions, Methods, Innovations

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    New uses for a protean building material

    properties; the second chapter deals with its uses in the areas of architecture, textile fa-cades, solar protection, and interior design, with special attention to fi nishing techniques and construction principles. The third chap-ter illustrates the various fi elds of application with a selection of some twenty-four interna-tional built projects.

    Textile architecture has been captivating hu-manity for many centuries. In recent years and decades, the emergence of innovative materials has created new opportunities to utilize this fascinating material in the fi elds of architecture, interior design, and design. Textiles derive their fascination from the spe-cial forms these fabric structures make pos-sible and from their unusual character as soft materials. Together with their functional and structural properties, they possess a range of capabilities equally suitable for spectacular and everyday building tasks.This book deals with technical textiles in three sections: in the fi rst chapter, the mate-rial is introduced together with its specifi c

    A comprehensive and detailed presentation of what technical textiles can do

    Systematically presented, with many international examples

    Ren Motro

    Flexible Composite MaterialsIn Architecture, Construction and Interiors

    PAGES approx. 240ILLS. approx. 300 in color, 200 DrawingsFORMAT 22.0 28.0 cm. Hardcover

    PRINT EUR 49.95 / USD 70.00ISBN 978-3-7643-8972-7 English 978-3-0346-0709-4French

    EBOOK EUR 49.95 / USD 70.00ISBN 978-3-0346-1350-7 English 978-3-0346-1339-2 French

    PRINT+EBOOK EUR 79.95 / USD 112.00ISBN 978-3-0346-1381-1 English 978-3-0346-1396-5 French

    Available March 2013

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    The first comprehensive presentation of Le Corbusiers church architecture

    Sets Le Corbusiers religious architecture in relationship to recent exemplary church buildings

    Makes detailed use of the latest research

    Le Corbusier not only designed and built churches; he was also intensely interested in religion and faith. His work deeply infl uenced church architecture in the twentieth century. This book examines Le Corbusiers relation-ship with religion in two introductory chap-ters, presents his four designs for La Sainte-Baume, the Chapel of Notre Dame du Haut de Ronchamp, the Cloister of La Tourette, and the Church of St. Pierre, and, in the fi nal chapter, examines his infl uence on church architecture in Europe in the twentieth cen-tury. Examples include the Jubilee Church near Rome by Richard Meier, the Chapel of Saint Ignatius in Seattle by Steven Holl, the Santa Maria Church in Porto by lvaro Siza,

    Tadao Andos Meditation Space in Paris, as well as the Kapelle der Vershnung (Church of Reconciliation) in Berlin by Reitermann & Sassenroth.Flora Samuel holds a PhD in architecture and teaches design and architecture history at the University of Bath, UK, and is the author of numerous publications. Inge Linder-Gal-liard also holds a PhD in architecture and has researched and written about Le Corbusiers work in numerous essays.

    Architectural space and religious ritual

    PAGES approx. 224ILLS. approx. 70 in color, 120 b/w, 50 DrawingsFORMAT 21.0 27.0 cm. Hardcover

    PRINT EUR 59.95 / USD 84.00 ISBN 978-3-0346-0823-7 English

    Available March 2013

    Flora Samuel, Inge Linder-Gaillard

    Sacred Concrete:The Churches of Le Corbusier

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