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Something Fantastic: A Manifesto by Three Young Architects on Worlds, People, Cities, and Houses.
Schubert, Julian, Elena Schutz, and Leonard Strech, eds.
Something Fantastic: A Manifesto by Three Young Architects on Worlds, People, Cities, and Houses.
Something Fantastic is the multifaceted manifesto of three young architects - Julian Schubert, Elena Schutz and Leonard Streich. It is also the name of their new Berlin-based studio; both book and studio derive from a diploma thesis at the University of the Arts, Berlin. Something Fantastic calls for increased consciousness in architectural thought and action, particularly in relation to the environment, energy and contemporary politics. Excerpts from thinkers and theorists - from Thomas Hobbes to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe - and interviews, including with Markus Miessen and Werner Sobek, inform a publication determined to call for change, and offer hope for the future.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 216 pp
Publisher: Ruby Press.
Year: 2010
Publication Place: Berlin.
ISBN: 9783981343618
Book Id: 86978

Price: $34.50
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