Edition Bauhaus 49
Regina Bittner & Elke Krasny (Eds.)
“How are we to live in a way that is healthy and economical?” Ernst Jahn’s 1928 film of the same name provided one answer in the kitchen of the Gropius House completely equipped with the latest domestic appliances.
Simon Battisti, Leah Whitman-Salkin & Åbäke (Eds.)
The Albanian Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale takes up the timely topic of migration by creating a space for collective listening.
it is not future that always comes after
Nataša Bodrožic & Saša Šimpraga (Eds.)
Opening a long-closed window into the 1960s Communist Eastern Bloc, Motel Trogir explores the history and planning culture that produced a modernist utopian architecture in Yugoslavia.
Benjamin Deboosere & Wouter de Raeve (Eds.)
When Berlin-Tempelhof, one of Germany’s oldest commercial airports and the largest open space in Berlin, was closed in 2008, it began to be used as a park by local Berliners.