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  • Almost Nothing

    Art works inspired by Mies van der Rohe by international artists such as Rita Ernst, Daniel Libeskind, Sarah Morris, Erwin Wurm, Rem Koolhaas, Konstantin Grcic, Kurt Schwitters, Carl Andre, Peter Eisenman, Isa Genzken, Alexander Calder, Thomas Ruff, Ed Ruscha, Thomas Schütte, Yves Klein, Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Dan Graham, and others.

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    • Nov 2018 CHF 49.00 | eur 48.00
  • Baku – Oil and Urbanism

    The first-ever comprehensive study on the close interplay of oil industry and urbanism.

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    • Oct 2018 CHF 49.00 | eur 48.00
  • City Lust

    Charlie Koolhaas looks at the traces of constantly changing global economy: intercontinental markets; the chiffres of pop culture and of merchandizing; the brokers trading goods around the planet; and male and female role models in context with business-driven relationships.

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    • Nov 2018 CHF 59.00 | eur 58.00
  • Close-up—Ruch & Partner Architects 1996–2018

    The definitive monograph on the work of Ruch & Partner Architects, whose restorations of and contemporary interventions in historic houses in the Engadine have gained much international recognition

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    • Sep 2018 CHF 150.00 | eur 140.00
  • Crafting the Façade

    A handbook of innovative concepts for design and construction of building façades

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    • Oct 2018 CHF 39.00 | eur 38.00
  • Dry Stone Walls

    A uniquely comprehensive source of knowledge, combining cultural history with a guide to plants and animals finding their habitat in dry stone walls and a practical step-by-step building manual

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    • Nov 2018 CHF 110.00 | eur 97.00
  • Essays on Architecture and City Planning

    “Architecture is not life. Architecture is background. Everything else is not architecture.”—Hermann Czech, 1971

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    • Mar 2019 CHF 29.00 | eur 29.00
  • The Giedion World

    The Giedion Universe: Work, significance and impact, and the estate of two of modernism's most distinguished scholars

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    • Oct 2018 CHF 99.00 | eur 97.00
  • A Glass Labyrinth in Venice

    A captivating exhibition desgin by Dhaka-based architect Kashef Chowdhury, winner of the 2016 Aga Khan Architecture Award.

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    • Oct 2018 CHF 39.00 | eur 38.00
  • The Horizontal Metropolis

    The horizontal metropolis: an urban design concept for the future?

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    • Feb 2019 CHF 39.00 | eur 38.00
  • Poolology of Housing

    A compendium of images and typologies, complied by Zurich-based pool Architekten and drawing on twenty years' experience in housing design.

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    • Nov 2018 CHF 75.00 | eur 68.00
  • Portugal Lessons

    How does architecture confront its environment? With whom we live, to whom we open our house and how permeable should its boundary be?

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    • Jan 2019 CHF 49.00 | eur 48.00
  • Staging Space

    How do interactive and new media change spaces and affect our movements?

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    • Mar 2019 CHF 49.00 | eur 48.00
  • Tiergarten, Landscape of Transgression

    “I see the living quality of a city directly in proportion to the possibility of [...] ‘gaps in the planning’.” – Wim Wenders in an interview with Hans Kollhoff, 1988

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    • Oct 2018 CHF 29.00 | eur 29.00
  • Your Guide to Downtown Denise Scott Brown

    Acknowledged fully in her own right for the first time: Denise Scott Brown, a key contributor to international architectural discourse over five decades

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    • Nov 2018 CHF 39.00 | eur 36.00