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Volumes 2009

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  1. DETAIL English 1/2009 - Timber Construction

    DETAIL English 1/2009 - Timber Construction

    What exactly is architecture? Aaron Betsky poses this profound question as curator of this year’s 11th Architecture Biennale in Venice.

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  2. DETAIL English 2/2009 - Roofs

    DETAIL English 2/2009 - Roofs

    In this edition we present a variety of topical roofs, in different forms and materials, ranging from an extravagant, cantilevering concrete slab to the steeply sloped roof of calcareous tufa which gives the overall project a monolithic presence.

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  3. DETAIL English 3/2009 - Concept: Music and Theatre

    DETAIL English 3/2009 - Concept: Music and Theatre

    In contrast to museums, theatres were for a long time designed largely as functional buildings, their appearance determined by the purpose they had to fulfil. Today, they increasingly assume the form of spectacular urban elements.

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  4. DETAIL English 4/2009 - Materials and Finishes

    DETAIL English 4/2009 - Materials and Finishes

    There have never been so many building materials to choose from, nor were so many different ways available to process their surfaces.

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  5. DETAIL English 5/2009 - Glass Construction

    DETAIL English 5/2009 - Glass Construction

    Glass is a fascinating building material with diverse, sometimes contrasting qualities: transparent, reflective or frosted, tough yet fragile.

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  6. DETAIL English 6/2009 - Wallings, Rendering, Coloration

    DETAIL English 6/2009 - Wallings, Rendering, Coloration

    Brickwork is back in trend. Even the most famous architects are starting to rediscover this method of construction. The most well-known examples include the Kolumba Museum by Peter Zumthor or the renovation of the Neues Museum (New Museum) in Berlin by David Chipperfield.

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  7. Green English May 2009

    Green English May 2009

    The journal for all aspects of sustainable planning and construction.

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  8. Green English November 2009

    Green English November 2009

    The journal for all aspects of sustainable planning and construction.

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    €17.00
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