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 SPRING  2015 

Architecture 

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  Landscape Architecture 



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  Design 

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CoNteNts

 

Construction | Materials

Ceramic Material Systems



Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel 

SCALE: Enclose | Build 



Sustainable Construction Techniques 

Building from Waste 



 

types | Functions 

Wine and Space 



Int | AR Interventions and Adaptive Reuse:  

 

The Experience Economy



Residential Buildings

best of DETAIL: Single family homes 



Bathrooms and Sanitation



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Architects | buildings 

The Colours of ...



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Vienna Main Station

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Free and Detached - Architects of the    



 

Master Class Wilhelm Holzbauer 

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be baumschlager eberle 2226 



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DETAIL engineering 4: SOM 

 

study | Professional Practice

13 


Basics Building Construction 

 

Basics Steel Construction 



 

Basics Concrete Construction 

 

Cities | regions 

14 


Research – Observe – Make

14 


The Story Thus Far 

 

 



 

sCAle: 

enclose | build 

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residential buildings 

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sustainable  

Construction techniques 

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the Colours of ... 

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Contents

theory | History

15 


Ways to Modernism 

16 


Symbolizing Existence

16 


GAM 11 Archiscripts

17 


Urbanism and Dictatorship 

17 


Urban Commons

 

Landscape | Architecture

18 

5 + 2 Landscapes  



 

Lützow 7 

18 ’scape

19 


Beauty Redeemed 

20 


Why is Landscape Beautiful? 

20 nextland

 

Design

21 Design

 

 

Art



22 

Religious Painting 

22 

The Grand Documentation



23 

Ahmet Oran

23 

Astrid Esslinger



24 

Karl Neubacher

24 

Art, Agency and Living Presence 



25 

Photo Archives and the Idea of Nation

25 

The Child With the Big Face



 

Backlist

26 


Selected backlist titles 

Beauty Redeemed

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Design

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Ahmet oran

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2 | ConstRUCtIon | MAteRIALs

Cost-effective advanced steel design 

examples from advanced contemporary  

architecture, all visited and photographed  

by the author, among which figure buildings 

like the Amgen Helix Bridge in Seattle, the 

Shard Observation Level in London, the New 

York Times Building and the Arganquela 

Footbridge.



Best Practice in international steel 

architecture 

High-quality, cost-effective solutions 

A compendium of detailed solutions

Terri Meyer Boake

Architecturally exposed 

structural steel

Specifications, Connections, 

Details

PAGes 

184 


ILLs. 

 320 color illustrations,  

50 color drawings

FoRMAt 

28.0 × 22.0 cm, Softcover



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978-3-03821-517-2 English

 

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Far beyond its long-standing decorative and 

protective use, architectural ceramics has 

matured into a material system of great  

potential. Triggered by material research,  

design computation and digital fabrication 

methods, the innovations in ceramic technol-

ogy are enabling expanded applications for 

ceramics as a multi-functional, performative 

material system. 

Ceramic material systems comprise the full 

ecosystem from material extraction and  

processing to the assembly of construction 

elements and their eventual reuse and recy-

cling. This book establishes the state of the 

art of this quickly emerging field, with a  

particular interest in presenting the knowl-

edge needed for developing project-specific 

solutions that often involve custom ceramic 

elements. The authors provide a rigorous 

background of the materials and associated 

technologies as well as inspiration from the 

very best contemporary buildings using  

ceramic systems, along with an overview of 

emerging ceramic technologies and research. 

The main section of the book is supplement-

ed with a descriptive and critically comment-

ed listing of the most interesting and innova-

tive ceramic products on the market today, 

ranging from interior tile products to complex 

active façade systems and roof products. 

Innovative building materials

Ceramic building materials for advanced 

architecture

Innovative applications of a traditional 

material 

Material research for building practice

Martin Bechthold, Anthony Kane, Nathan King

Ceramic Material systems

in Architecture  

and Interior Design

PAGes 

approx. 224 



ILLs. 

 300 color illustrations,  

100 drawings

FoRMAt 

28.0 × 22.0 cm, Hardcover



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M. Bechthold, Prof. of Architectural Technology;  

A. Kane and n. King, Design Robotics Group;  

Harvard University GSD

This book provides the means for a better 

control and purposeful consideration of the 

design of Architecturally Exposed Structural 

Steel (AESS). It deploys a detailed categori-

zation of AESS and its uses according to  

design context, building typology and visual  

exposure. In a rare combination, this ap-

proach makes high quality benchmarks com-

patible with economies in terms of material 

use, fabrication methods, workforce and 

cost. 

Building with exposed steel has become 



more and more popular worldwide, also as 

advances in fire safety technology have  

permitted its use for building tasks under 

stringent fire regulations. On her background 

of long standing as a teacher in architectural 

steel design affiliated with many institutions, 

the author ranks among the world‘s best 

scholars on this topic.

Among the fields covered by the extensive 

approach of this book are the characteristics 

of the various categories of AESS, the inter-

relatedness of design, fabrication and erec-

tion of the steel structures, issues of coating 

and protection (including corrosion and fire 

protection), special materials like weathering 

steel and stainless steel, the member  

choices and a connection design checklist.  

The description draws on many international  

 

terri Meyer Boake, Professor at the University of  

Waterloo, Canada; Former President of the Building  

Technology Educators’ Society, cooperation with the 

Steel Institutes of Canada, the USA, Australia and  

New Zealand


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ConstRUCtIon | MAteRIALs | 3 

Eva Maria Herrmann, Martin Krammer, Jörg Sturm 

Susanne Wartzeck;  

Alexander Reichel, Kerstin Schultz (Eds.) 

sCALe:  

enclose | Build

Walls, Facade, Roof

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PAGes 

approx. 176 



ILLs. 

 25  b/w-illustrations,   

150 color illustrations,  

100 monochrome graphics



FoRMAt 

28.0 × 22.0 cm, Softcover



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The building shell – functional, efficient and aesthetic

The building shell is the interface with the 

outside world, it offers protection and at the 

same time represents its owners or occu-

pants. But what are the criteria for choosing 

a specific shell? Why is a particular material 

used on a particular undercoat? The fifth  

volume of the SCALE series, Enclose | Build,  

is not about the curtain, the dressing of the 

facade that surrounds a building, but rather 

on a causal level about the exterior termina-

tion of a building, the wall, the facade, which 

can be made of various materials, surfaces, 

and achieves different design effects.  

It shows the conditions under which certain 

constructions can be employed and why; 

what criteria such as construction costs, 

issues of sustainability, of energy efficiency,  

of assembly or of insulation or protection 

against moisture can also influence the 

choice of a system. In addition to classical 

constructions, Enclose | Build offers a look at 

future developments. How will the facade 

evolve as an interface for information? What 

do viable concepts for environmentally  

active, energy-efficient building shells look 

like? Enclose | Build is an indispensable tool 

for every architect and planner.

Editors: 

Prof. Alexander Reichel, Reichel Architekten 

BDA, Kassel; 



Prof. Kerstin schultz, liquid architekten, 

Reichelsheim



A guide through the complex world of 

building shells 

this comprehensive, detailed presentation 

sheds light on constructive solutions and 

how to develop them 

Enclose | Build shows what building  

shells can do

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4 | ConstRUCtIon | MAteRIALs

Sebastian El khouli, Viola John, Martin Zeumer

sustainable Construction 

techniques

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From structural design to  

material selection:  

Assessing and improving  

the environmental impact  

of buildings 

[DETAIL Green Books]

PAGes 

152 


ILLs. 

 approx. 400 drawings



FoRMAt 

29.7 × 21.0 cm, Hardcover



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Building for the future today

What makes building materials sustainable? 

How to reduce the amount of embodied ener-

gy in building construction and how does a 

Life Cycle Analysis work? These are ques-

tions which are becoming increasingly more 

common in the context of sustainable con-

struction.  

The DETAIL Green Book Sustainable Con-

struction Techniques offers a thorough guide 

to ecological building design and sustain-

able construction methods, which will be 

particularly valuable for architects. The au-

thors provide an overview of the most rele-

vant databases and certification standards 

for building products and illustrate how a  

Life Cycle Analysis is conducted. They also  

identify key ways of optimising the planning 

process in line with ecological criteria, while  

offering advice for the selection of building 

materials and elements.  

Detailed documentation from five buildings 

constructed in Europe and North America 

serve to illustrate the associated assess-

ment processes in this book.



sebastian el khouli, Bob Gysin + Partner BGP  

Architekten, Zürich; 



Viola John, ETH Zürich; 

Martin Zeumer, ee concept, Darmstadt.

Life Cycle Analysis for buildings

embodied energy and recycling-friendly 

construction

Key certification standards and databases

Design optimisation during the 

planning process

Comprehensive documentation of building 

projects

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PAGes 

200 


ILLs. 

 265 color illustrations,  

70 drawings, 15 b/w illustrations

FoRMAt 

28.0 × 22.0 cm, Hardcover



PRInt 

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Dirk E. Hebel, Marta H. Wisniewska, Felix Heisel

Building from Waste

Recovered Materials  

in Architecture and  

Construction



A key issue of sustainable design 

“Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Recover” is the 

sustainable guideline that has replaced the 

“Take, Make, Waste” attitude of the industrial 

age. Based on their background at the ETH 

Zurich and the Future Cities Laboratory in 

Singapore, the authors provide both a con-

ceptual and practical look into materials and 

products which use waste as a renewable  

resource.  

This book introduces an inventory of current 

projects and building elements, ranging from 

marketed products, among them façade 

panels made of straw and self-healing con-

crete, to advanced research and develop-

ment like newspaper, wood or jeans denim 

used as isolating fibres. Going beyond the 

mere recycling aspect of reused materials,  

it looks into innovative concepts of how  

materials usually regarded as waste can be  

processed into new construction elements. 

The products are organized along the manu-

facturing processes: densified, reconfigured, 

transformed, designed and cultivated  

materials.  

A product directory presents all materials 

and projects in this book according to their 

functional uses in construction: load-bear-

ing, self-supporting, insulating, waterproof-

ing and finishing products. 



Dirk e. Hebel, Marta H. Wisniewska and Felix Heisel, 

ETH Zurich and Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore 

ETH Centre

the building practice side of the life cycle 

approach 

Building materials from renewable 

resources 

A systematic overview using specially 

produced drawings

ConstRUCtIon | MAteRIALs | 5 

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Design interventions for the reuse of existing 

structures must face the question of the  

past and the extent to which it should be in-

cluded in the design for the future. This is  

the point of departure of Int | AR, a yearly 

publication on current issues in international 

adaptive reuse.  

Where the creative industries cater to en-

hanced consumption, they are able to  

produce growth even in times of global eco-

nomic decline. Such interventions, therefore, 

raise an immediate interest. The design and 

production of experience has focused on  

unprecedented spatial encounters. From  

innovative tourism to hospitality, retail and 

culture, the creation of such experience  

often originates from inimitable settings.  

This volume of Int | AR presents built and un-

built projects and ideas that uncover the  

hidden potential of existing spaces, buildings 

and structures, empty and unmarked, so  

as to gain new qualitative, and therefore  

economic, value for the production of new 

experience.

Building in existing fabric

new experiences in existing fabric

Creative design as a value proposition 

In-depth analysis of international 

examples

Liliane Wong, Markus Berger, 

Rhode Island School of Design (Eds.)

Int | AR  

Interventions and  

Adaptive Reuse:  

the experience economy

PAGes 

approx. 136 



ILLs. 

150 color illustrations,  

 

50 drawings



FoRMAt 

28.0 × 24.0 cm, Softcover



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This publication takes a look at the rooms 

where wine is tasted and enjoyed. It high-

lights a variety of projects, ranging from win-

emakers’ tasting rooms and salesrooms to 

more unusual shop concepts and successful 

examples taken from the gastronomy sector. 

To provide a glimpse into the development of 

a design, the authors engage intensively with 

the architects and contractors to explore the 

following questions: How did those involved 

contribute and combine their ideas? What 

story is told by the project as it begins to take 

shape? What kind of customers does it ap-

peal to and how should they react to it? Addi-

tional essays illustrate how designs are influ-

enced by functional factors, as well as the 

role played by materials, colour, light, and in-

deed the spatial concept as a whole in the 

process of wine tasting.



Inspiring examples from european metropolises

An overview of the history and evolution  

of wine presentation

Valuable information on appropriate 

planning and about perceiving wine

Inspiring examples from european 

countries and cities

Heinz-Gert Woschek (Ed.), Denis Duhme,  

Katrin Friederichs

Wine and space

Architectural design  

for vinotheques, wine bars  

and shops 

[DETAIL Special]

PAGes 

144 


ILLs. 

 numerous drawings and photos



FoRMAt 

25.0 × 23.5 cm, Softcover



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6 | tyPes | FUnCtIons

Department of Interior Architecture,  

Rhode Island School of Design, USA


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tyPes | FUnCtIons | 7 

Günter Pfeifer, Per Brauneck

Residential Buildings

A Typology

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PAGes 

approx. 440 



ILLs. 

 800  b/w-illustrations



FoRMAt 

28.0 × 23.0 cm, Softcover



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All-in-one compendium:  

the four successful volumes on housing typology

The systematic development of building 

types is an important task in housing con-

struction. A deeper understanding of the  

underlying building types is mandatory, both 

for individual designs and for the wider  

application and variation of tried-and-tested 

structures. The authors have developed an 

innovative, drawing-based approach to un-

folding the potentials of several existing 

building types for the future of urban housing.  

The first part is dedicated to the courtyard 

house, in which the courtyard is used as a 

private outside living space. The second part 

deals with the popular form of the terraced 

house and discusses aspects like corner so-

lutions or terraced developments as an  

urban design element. In the third part, the 

townhouse is discussed with view to variants 

such as single-story and apartment build-

ings, including aspects of privacy and public 

access, as well as living and working. Finally, 

the detached house is considered in its typo-

logical potential to provide all-directional  

orientation of the living space. The array of 

solutions is visualized consistently in floor-

plans and crosssections drawn to scale. In  

a new introduction to this all-in-one compen-

dium, the authors discuss the implication  

of the typological approach to today's hous-

ing design.



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