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Self-Made City.
Ring, Kristien.
Self-Made City.
Architecturally, Berlin is a city where anything can happen: disused spaces can be easily transformed, and classic buildings readily engage with new architects. Self-Made City looks at the evolving condition of architecture in Berlin, including over 40 best-practice case studies from architects such as Gruentuch-Ernst, BAR Architects, Zanderroth Architects, Ludloff + Ludloff Architects, Zoomarchitects and more.

Category: Urban Planning, Urban Planning
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 224 pp
Publisher: Jovis
Year: 2013.
ISBN: 9783868591675
Book Id: 93809

Price: $35.00
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