Through the connectivity of different cultures, technologies and living environments, the retail sector is increasingly varied and experimental. At the same time, the uncertainties of the last two years have shown that free international trade between nations and continents is a fragile asset. Retail chains have been severed and the availability of energy and raw materials is limited. Creative stopgaps, as well as analogue and digital elements that appeal to all our senses, give new impulses for urban retailing. On the way to a retail metaverse,
.Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect and industrial designer. After work with Sir Norman Foster in London and in Berlin, he completed his doctorate at the Bauhaus University Weimar on the subject of Corporate Architecture. He teaches the Construction and Space module at HAWK Hildesheim and is a jury member in architecture and design competitions.Search inside on ISSUU.com
What’s next? The question of whether future retail design will be analogue, digital or hybrid has long since been answered. Especially the mature inner cities are facing enormous innovation pressure. Smart alliances are being formed and daring retail concepts are being tried out that add value in the urban space. The new yearbook shows solutions that accompany us worldwide into the "new normal".Dr. Jons Messedat studied architecture and industrial design in Aachen, Stuttgart and London. He has been teaching the building and space module at the HAWK in Hildesheim with a focus on corporate interior. In 2018, he was appointed onto the jury of the state prize for architecture by the chamber of architects for the federal state of Lower Saxony.Search inside on ISSUU.com
How do you actually build a popular theatre? It should be as simple as necessary to prevent any threshold fears among the public, and as chic as possible because at the theatre the spotlight is cast not only on the stage. This is the answer given by the architecture firm Lederer, Ragnarsdóttir, Oei (Stuttgart) and the construction firm Resch (Bad Saulgau). Their Münchner Volkstheater presents itself as a powerfully poetic brick building, which gives the quarter an important cultural impulse in a dialogue with the old buildings of the former Munich stockyard.LRO Lederer, Ragnarsdóttir, Oei Architekten was founded in 1979 and currently has around 50 employees. Jürgen Tietz is a freelance architecture critic and publicist.Search inside on ISSUU.com
Lighting Design for ArchitectureLicht Kunst Licht is an international lighting design office with locations in Bonn, Berlin, Barcelona and Bangalore. More than 30 employees work on a diverse portfolio of projects, including mixed-use, office buildings, museums, governmental buildings, traffic and transportation projects, retail and hospitality projects as well as exterior and landscape masterplans. With over 800 completed projects, many of which have been honoured with the most prestigious awards and appreciations, Licht Kunst Licht is one of the world's most successful specialists in lighting design.The publication is a display of their expertise through a select compilation of projects such as the Oscar Niemeyer Sphere in Leipzig, the National Museum of Qatar, or the Baden-Württemberg State Parliament in Stuttgart.
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Plants change working environments, adding a touch of nature and style and improving the indoor climate. Through their form, colour and type of growth, they represent a living design material. Whether it is in an open-plan office, co-working space or employee lounge, their positive effect on people is visible and tangible.This book is targeted towards all those who want to integrate plants into their spatial concepts. With current examples of biophilic design, artistic plant constellations and insights into the design of plant pots, along with background knowledge from exemplary projects and interior architecture with botany.The qualified carpenter and certified product designer Miriam Köpf is specialised in spatial installations. She has worked at various design agencies in Stuttgart and in 2015 founded the botanical design studio Phyllis. Her focus is on the integration of indoor plant installations, especially in working environments. She has coined the term greenterior design and conveys her approach through conceptual plant pop-up shops, constructive cooperations with architects and inspiring workshops for students.#designbooks: Miriam Köpf about her book on YouTube (German only)Search inside on ISSUU.com
The mayhaus in Frankfurt's Römerstadt is the only residential building in the style of the Neues Frankfurt of the 1920s that has been completely restored. The book explains the functions of the model house using current photographs and historical plans. Via the text level, which zooms from the city via the housing estate and then the street into the building, the mayhaus, including the famous Frankfurt kitchen, is classified in terms of architectural history and socio-cultural aspects. Philipp Sturm and Christina Treutlein are the managing
directors of ernst-may-gesellschaft e.V. Sturm is a political scientist and since 2008 a freelance curator and author at the Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt/Main. Treutlein is an art historian and is currently working on her dissertation on Carl-Hermann Rudloff, an architect of the Neues Frankfurt, who was responsible for the Römerstadt and especially for the mayhaus.Search inside on ISSUU.com
The book explains the development history of experimenta in the context of the educational institutions Science Center, Planetarium and Schülerlabore (Educational Laboratories). In addition, the contentual and methodological-didactic concept is conveyed clearly. The volume is rounded off with further information about the architectural design concepts of the two experimenta buildings: the repurposed historical Hagenbucher warehouse and the spectacular glass and steel new building by Sauerbruch Hutton.Wolfgang Hansch, Dr. rer. nat. habil., studied geology, was responsible from 2005 for the concept and structure of experimenta that opened in 2009 in Heilbronn, and has been its Managing Director since 2007. He is the author and editor of numerous publications about earth history and cultural history topics. He has a seat on various educational committees and chairmanship of the Regional Association for Natural Science-Technical Youth Education in Baden-Württemberg.Search inside on ISSUU.com
The processes of change throughout the retail sector have rapidly gained dynamism through the COVID-19 pandemic. In an unprecedented situation, social distancing has fuelled the integration of digital shopping functions and at the same time the yearning for real places of encounter. "Retail Design International" addresses these shifts and presents over 40 brave concepts that drive the retail shift forwards.The editor Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise in the building of corporate identity is in demand among global companies, as a jury member in architecture and design competitions, as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.Search inside on ISSUU.com
"Idea (sketch), concept (presentation drawing), execution (photograph)": structured by these three aspects, Axel Müller Schöll presents in his book "House building and the Like" a variety of different projects that have to do with an interior or structural architect’s classical portfolio in varying degrees. They are, however, all developed on the basis of the classical toolkit that is part of every architect’s training and then of their professional work. It is still the idea that makes all the difference and that serves as a basis for a draft in the following step.
Axel Müller-Schöll, architect and interior architect, since 1994 professor for Interior Architecture and Interior Fittings at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle. He founded the idea ...Institute (Institute of Interior Design, Environment and Architecture), which serves as a basis for research, projects, supporting graduates and issuing subject-specific publications.
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Hybrid systems not only revolutionise our mobility but also provide a fresh breath of air in retailing with the layering of various functions. Large-format building structures such as department stores and shopping centres are revitalised in line with climate optimisation and supplemented with small-scale mixed uses. Shared spaces for young start-ups and established brands offer greater variety and the opportunity to liven up too extensive spaces with new experiences and inspirations. Retail sharing has developed into an effective recipe against decreasing frequenting.
The fifth edition of “Retail Design International” pursues the phenomenon of hybrid spaces between new work, leisure and retail worlds. It presents collaborative concepts from the European, Asian and Pacific regions that reveal opportunities for the transformation from a point of sale to a point of experience.
The editor Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, industrial designer and author. His expertise regarding the built identity of companies and brands – from design to management and realisation – is in demand among global companies, as a jury member in architecture and design competitions, as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.Search inside on ISSUU.com
What do the Parisian chocolatier and sculptor Patrick Roger, the makers of the trendy Oslo fashion label Norwegian Rain, T-Michael and Alexander Helle have in common with the Stuttgart optician Andreas Kraft? They all believe in the magic and allure of well-designed shops. And that is not all – as entrepreneurs, they must make their shops the ambassadors of their brand, philosophy and products.The book is an exploratory tour of offbeat retail hotspots worldwide. The focus is on interesting personalities who make a relevant contribution to the topic of shop design and product presentation.Marc Heikaus is the owner of Heikaus Group, a Swabian family enterprise with around 50 employees, is active throughout Europe as a general contractor and supplier for turnkey ready shop design, combining design and innovation of the highest quality.Search inside on ISSUU.com
On the occasion of the forthcoming renovation of the Paulskirche in Frankfurt am Main, the book recounts the history of its construction, reconstruction and renovation in accordance with the respective social currents. In addition, the role of the Paulskirche as a seat of the nationwide debate culture is traced, which it has held since the postwar period in its function as a festival hall. The editors: Maximilian Liesner, urbanist, and Philipp Sturm, political scientist, are working as freelance curators and authors at the German Architecture Museum (DAM) in Frankfurt/Main; Peter Cachola Schmal, architect, is the director of the DAM.Search inside on ISSUU.com
Computational design is a post-disciplinary pursuit that operates at the intersection of science, engineering, architecture, and design. What new strategies, tools, methods, and workflows for conceptualising, generating and producing the built environment do and can computational designers use? Do new opportunities to enhance design agency and realise more sustainable and resilient built environment design outcomes exist when thinking through technology? How can the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry overcome technical, economic, social, cultural, and regulatory barriers to implement new systems and processes?"Computational Design – From Promise to Practice" argues that to realise the full potential of computational design necessitates an approach that brings theory and research inquiry into closer dialogue with the realities and conditions of the design, delivery, and production of the built and urban environment as well as its lived experiences. This book documents an action-research approach that underpins the Computational Design Education and Research program at the University of New South Wales, Australia and that simultaneously combines theory and practice, researchers and industry practioners, and action and reflection. The innovative range of theoretical positions and projects presented here demonstrate how a synergistic approach to transforming real-world industry challenges into academic research inquiries and learning opportunities can in turn positively transform the AEC industry and 21st century cities.The editors:Dr Nicole Gardner is a Lecturer in the Bachelor of Computational Design, in the Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales, Sydney. She is an Australian Registered Architect with architecture practice experience in Adelaide, London, and Sydney. Her research and teaching engages an interdisciplinary range of ideas to investigate the changing relationships between digital and computational technologies and the design, delivery and production of the built environment.Associate Professor M. Hank Haeusler is the founder and Discipline Director of the Bachelor of Computational Design – the world’s first undergraduate degree in Computational Design – at the Built Environment Faculty at the University of New South Wales. He is also Professor at the Central Academy of Fine Arts Beijing and Vice President of the Media Architecture Institute.Dr. Yannis Zavoleas is an Architect Engineer licenced in Greece. He is Senior Lecturer in Computational Design at the Faculty of Built Environment, University of New South Wales, where he focuses on the influences of computing and digital and analogue tools as "tools for thought" in design creativity.Theory and practice of a groundbreaking and emergent technology, including case studies by leading researchers: BIM modeling, digital fabrication, smart cities, responsive enviroment, gaming.
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Just a few years ago customers at the point of sale would have been turned away politely but firmly if they had brought their coffee to go or even something edible with them. Now the situation has completely changed: a variety of forms of gastronomy have established themselves as communicative gathering places and enjoyable anchor points in retail design.
From the gourmet restaurant in the supermarket to the cooking school in the shopping centre, or the food experience with a bar and hotel in the metropolis: Retail Design International with a focus on retail & food provides a first overview of worldwide ideas and projects at the interface of retail and food worlds. Around 60 worldwide projects invite one to embark on architectural, scenographical and culinary excursions that literally spur an "appetite" to find out more about brands, products and spaces, as well as the interdisciplinary "makers" behind them.
Editor Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise in the field of built corporate identity is in demand from global operations, as a panel member in architecture and design competitions, as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.This book is no longer available.
How art can make a contribution to the "healing environment" is shown by the Robert Bosch Hospital in Stuttgart with a Germany-wide unique and pioneering art concept. Whether it is seriously ill patients in the intensive care unit, visitors in the public corridors or employees in sterile functional areas: each is stimulated in their own way by the total of 48 artistic interventions.
The description of the many approaches and possible effects of the art projects realised at the Robert Bosch Hospital during the period 1998–2018 is supplemented by specialist contributions from the fields of art, design and corporate philosophy. They open the topic of an interdisciplinary approach and offer a view towards the future potential of healing art in an international context.
Isabel Grüner (born 1963), art historian and cultural manager, after professional positions in the gallery and museum sector, has been the art officer at the Robert Bosch Hospital since 2001.Search inside on ISSUU.com
architekturbild, the European Architectural Photography Prize, has been awarded on a two-yearly basis since 1995. Since 2003, the prize has been awarded by architekturbild e.V., a non-profit organisation and since 2008 in cooperation with the Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt, and since 2016 with the Bundesstiftung Baukultur, Potsdam/Berlin. The theme for 2019 is "Joyful Architecture". We rarely think of architecture as comforting, fun and playful. The book therefore presents examples of architecture that playfully and positively impact the built environment and its inhabitants. These examples can be understated or clichéd, autonomous or in dialogue with their surroundings, hidden or obvious.
High quality catalogue on the international trevelling exhibition, starting in the German Architecture Museum (DAM) on May 3rd 2019.Search inside on ISSUU.com
We already have the ability to create buildings that are both sustainable and breathtakingly beautiful today – if only we can summon the will do to so. Designed by Werner Sobek with Dirk E. Hebel and Felix Heisel, the "Urban Mining & Recycling" Experimental Unit (UMAR) uses the example of serially manufactured housing to demonstrate the first fully comprehensive application of recyclable materials. All of the elements required to construct the Unit had to be 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable. In order to achieve this goal, every single detail, every product and every structure involved in the project was scrutinised with a critical eye.
Prof. Werner Sobek is the founder of an international group of engineering and design consultancies, offering premium consultancy services for architecture, structures, façades and sustainability. By means of award-winning experimental buildings such as R128, H16, F87, B10 and (most recently) UMAR he studies how new materials, structures and technologies can bring about a radical change of our built environment.
Leading the way for the use of recyclates in serial houses Construction. Plea for sustainable and at the same time breathtakingly beautiful building.Werner Sobek on YouTubeSearch inside on ISSUU.com
A book not only about a love of design and the designers at DREIMETA, their inspiring and sometimes curious projects, but also a look behind the scenes at the creation of adventurous ideas – the soul and the driver of creation – as well as hunters and collectors, artists and artisans who live their passion. Potterers, farmers, weavers, each an artist in their field, driven by the idea of creating something quite special, right down to the last detail. Pictures, sketches and collages with side notes – an extract from 15 years of hotel design that has had a lasting effect on the sector, along with interesting anecdotes and memories from many of those involved – including "greats" from the hotel industry such as Claus Sendlinger, Kai Hollmann, Christoph Hoffmann and Remo Masala.
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The interactive book presents a curated collection of more than 60 uniquely designed boutique homes, brought by the founders and authors of the eponymous brand.
The composition of excellent architecture and design staged with stunning photography showcases an international "best of the best" selection, divided into the chapters: beach and cliff houses; architectural gems; chic and cheap; updated history; urban retreat; country living; emotional luxury; unplugged; cabins; and spaces for family and friends.
The book and complementary app is not only an exciting and glamorous source of inspiration. Each of the shown houses and apartments is also available for rent and can be experienced in all its glory.Search inside on ISSUU.com
European Architectural Photography Prize 2017 architekturbild, the European Architectural Photography Prize, has been awarded on a two-yearly basis since 1995. This time the subject is "Borders".Whether in the sense of opening or closing, of including or excluding or as definitions of geographical or (urban) spatial areas, borders are physically present and clearly recognizable or subtly noticeable, but always perceived as either protecting or deterring. In the context of the European Architectural Potography Prize 2017 we by no means focus on the negative interpretations of this term but rather on the photographic-aristic involvment with our built environment.
The increasing trend towards digitisation seems to be spurring on bricks-and-mortar retailers. Hybrid spaces communicate with the customers as a matter of course on all levels: online, offline and on-site. Beyond conventional retail formats, this has spawned surprising concepts which combine aspects from different areas of life with each other. Clever hospitality offerings, curated showrooms as well as flexible co-working and event spaces complement established retail locations. At the same time, many malls and shopping centres have seen better days and have been completely refurbished.The new standard work about the sector presents the most recent developments in worldwide retail design with articles from experts working in interdisciplinary teams and innovative reference projects.Editor Dr. Jons Messedat is architect, designer and author. His expertise in the field of built Corporate Identity is in demand from global operations, as panel member in architecture and design competitions as well as at universities in Germany, Switzerland and the USA.Search inside on ISSUU.com
Present-day retail worlds must keep up with digitisation through
online retailing, augmented or virtual reality. However, human components and analog-real spaces have never quite lost their appeal. This new standard work about the retail sector shows what new retail formats and new forms of spatial expression can be created to appeal to all the senses.
It provides a current overview of innovations in multi-channel and omni-channel commerce, from pioneering in-store technology to new products. Around 50 current best-practice examples, from temporary pop-up stores to avant-garde brand worlds and hybrid retail centers offer an inspiring cross section from around the world.
Dr. Jons Messedat is an architect, designer and author. His expertise
regarding architectural corporate identity is in demand at companies, conferences and universities in Germany. Switzerland and the USA.
A change of paradigm is taking place in Korea. The previous system of area rehabilitation, which involved the demolition of entire urban districts, is no longer considered appropriate. New concepts for careful urban regeneration are being developed.The book documents the results of Seoul Living Lab, which was held in the Sangdo-Sa-Dong district in Seoul. It was set up as a cooperation between KIT (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), Seoul
National University (SNU), bw-i Baden-Württemberg International and ISA Internationales Stadtbauatelier, as part of the research project URBAN VOIDS.The editors directed the project: Philipp Dechow (partner in the office ISA), Kerstin Gothe (Professor at KIT), Seogjeong Lee (Professor at SNU).Search inside on ISSUU.com
Around 100 buildings are presented that were erected between 1917 and 2017 and are already considered as part of architectural history. With informative texts, many photos, plans, archive material and the
most important facts (planners, construction period, addresses, access).
With buildings by: Theodor Fischer, Martin Elsaesser, Paul Bonatz,
Paul Schmitthenner, Rolf Gutbrod, Paul Stohrer, Günther Behnisch,
Hans Kammerer, Fritz Leonhardt, Frei Otto, Hans Scharoun, James
Stirling, Schlaich und Partner, LRO, UN Studio, Auer und Weber,
Atelier 5, Hascher Jehle, Wulf und Partner etc.
Prof. Dr. Klaus Jan Philipp directs the Institute for Architectural History
at Stuttgart University, where Christiane Fülscher works as an academic associate. They both teach, research and publish on the subject of architecture and urban planning.Search inside on ISSUU.com