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Caramel: Forget Architecture / Caramel Architekten

Caramel: Forget Architecture / Caramel Architekten

We recently received a book from Caramel Architekten. We previously featured four of their projects if you would like a taste of their work (click here). The book is presented in both German and English and offers a wonderful insight into their inspiration and range of work. Project Description: Caramel architectural office was founded by the architects Gunter Katherl (1965), Martin Haller (1966), and Ulrich Aspetsberger (1967) in 2002. The office s motto is: For each project anew! Most construction contracts result from successful bids for both national and international competitions. Some projects were also awarded with prizes, e.g. reklameburo , Einfamilienhaus h , the Kaps farm extension, or the temporary info shop for European Capital of Culture Linz 09. As one of the major offices and no longer as a young architectural office but with a noticeable number of high scale buildings Caramel Architects coin the Austrian architectural landscape.

Contents

verganglich / transient

abgehoben / uplifted

schwarzbauten / in the grey zone

bodenstandig / down-to-earth

luftschlosser / castles in the air

mobil / mobile

abspann / end titles

Hardcover: 400 pages Publisher: Springer Vienna Architecture; 1st Edition. edition (October 1, 2011) Language: English, German ISBN-10: 3709105110 ISBN-13: 978-3709105115 Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 8.5 x 1.8 inches

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Cite: Christopher Henry. "Caramel: Forget Architecture / Caramel Architekten" 06 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/181462/caramel-forget-architecture-caramel-architekten/> ISSN 0719-8884
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