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AIT 5.2024 Public buildings – extraordinary and independent

Children, culture and churches are the focus of the current AIT 5.2024 on public buildings. We have selected exceptional and independent projects and show very well-designed facilities for children in Baden-Baden, Egg and Zurich; as well as schools and universities in Cologne, Ludwigsburg, Baden and Weil am Rhein; libraries and media libraries in Waldshut, Mittweida, Lima and Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, and churches in Neumarkt and Tenerife. The product focus is on the topic of children’s furniture and in the series “Change of perspective”, the qualified architect and children’s book author Annette Roeder has her say. Marie Wettach, a Master’s graduate from the PBSA in Düsseldorf, presents her Kulturschopp design in the “Students design” series. At the HFT in Stuttgart, Ukrainian and German students have jointly developed, exhibited and discussed designs for an unusual housing project in Kiev – a very successful initiative with a highly topical relevance. In his essay, Benjamin Reding almost got carried away with his criticism (see AIT 5.2019) of the Berlin Rütli School by Schulz und Schulz Architekten. In the end, however, he decided to bring back memories of his own school days and a jacket-and-sweater teacher and takes the reader on an emotional journey through a Beatles LP – Strawberry Fields forever!

Architects, interior designers, designers, interior designers and lighting planners from almost 30 countries around the world read AIT. Almost 25 percent of the circulation is delivered abroad, which is why the ten editions of AIT are bilingual – German/English. AIT is the official organ of the BDIA (Bund Deutscher Innenarchitekten).

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