As innovation and new developments in technology now follow each other faster and faster, making yesterday’s architectural fantasies today’s construction realities, there’s already a movement to return to the essential things in life: be it a quest for sustainability, which implies basic principles such as incorporating a region’s typologies and materials, or for reasons of expense, which often prompt a search for efficient designs or manufacturing technology, or even aesthetic requirements that allow people to step out of our increasingly noisy and heterogeneous environment.
Achieving simplicity in design belies the enormous amount of effort required to plan and realise these types of architectural designs. That’s why the publication “Building Simply Two” – just as volume one – aims to look behind the facade. Well-known authors who are experts in their fields investigate the particular solutions used in a construction project in terms of design and construction, including material selection, cost efficiency and sustainability.
008 Building Simply – a mater of attitude or necessity / Christian Schittich 012 Simply constructed / Christian Sauer 024 Simply complex / Fabian Scheurer 034 Simply reasonable / Ansgar und Benedikt Schulz 042 Simply sustainable / Andrea Georgi-Tomas, Martin Zeumer 050 Simply local / Anna Heringer 056 Summary of projects 058 Restaurant on Teshima / Architects Atelier Ryo Abe, Tokyo 061 Schools in Mozambique / Ziegert ½ Roswag ½ Seiler Architekten Ingenieure, Berlin
066 “Slumtube” pallet house near Johannesburg / Andreas Claus Schnetzer & Gregor Pils, Viena 072 Museum and community centre in Johannesburg’s Alexandra township / Peter Rich Architects, Johannesburg 078 Hospital in Rwanda / MASS Design Group, Boston-Kigali 084 Accomodation for orphans in Noh Bo / TYIN tegnestue, Trodheim 088 Social housing in Iquique / Alejandro Aravena, Santiago de Chile 092 Social housing in Ceuta / MGM, Morales-Giles-Mariscal Architects, Sevilla 096 House in Oderbruch / HEIDE & VON BECKERATH, Berlin 100 Summer house near Saiki / Takao Shiotsuka Atelier, Oita 104 Summer cabin near Gothenburg / Johannes Norlander Arkitektur, Stockholm 108 Single-family home in Stuttgart / lohrmannarchiteckt, Stuttgart
112 Dwelling in Andalue / Pezo von Ellrichshausen Architects, Concepción 117 Oyster farmer’s house in Brittany / RAUM, Nantes 120 Cowshed in Thankirchen / Florian Nagler Architekten, Munich 124 Open-air pool in Eichstätt / Kauffmann Theilig & Partner, Ostildern-Kemnat 128 Commercial Complex in Munich / bogevischs Buero, Munich 132 Print and media house in Augsburg / OTT ARCHITEKTEN, Augsburg 136 Mobile showroom / Jürke Architekten, Berlin 140 Joiner’s Workshops near Freising / Deppisch Architekten, Freising 145 School cafeteria in Berlin / ludolff + ludolff Architekten, Berlin 150 School in Berlin / AFF Architekten, Berlin 154 Day-care centre in Unterföhring / hirner & riehl architekten und stadtplaner, Munich 159 Day-care centres in Munich / schulz & schulz, Leipzig 164 Kids’ activity centre near Melbourne / PHOOEY Architects, Melbourne 168 Project data-architects 175 Authors 176 Illustration credits
Publisher: DETAIL Editor: Christian Schittich Pages: 176 Format: 23 x 29.7 cm ISBN: 978-3-920034-67-6