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Aux Losagnes (AIT 5.2020)

Architect Michael Ragaller from Stuttgart visited the small village of Tschiertschen in Switzerland for us, the most beautiful vil …

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Yooth rooms (AIT 5.2020)

An unusual initiative started by the Hanover Protestant regional church is to increase the awareness for youth work and assist in …

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Nymphengarten (AIT 4.2020)

These days, the topic of eating divides society unlike any other. Apart from all the diverse trends, however, the communal, cosy t …

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Villa Benkemoun (AIT 4.2020)

Feeling like James Bond just for once and reside in a futuristic-looking, extravagant villa with a pool not far from the French Me …

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Palm Springs (AIT 3.2019)

The Coachella Valley in the Los Angeles hinterland is one of the world’s most popular hotspots. Not only does the festival of the …

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Hostess (AIT 3.2020)

The dream of owning one’s own hotel, café or restaurant is an idea many architects and interior designers dally with. The desire t …

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Market Halls (AIT 1.2/2020)

Merely selling off food was yesterday! Today, market halls actively contribute to public life by offering art exhibitions, event v …

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Urbino (AIT 1/2.2019)

The Italian region of the Marches is considered the better Tuscany. The latter is much better known, but therefore much more touri …

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Ca’ Romanino (AIT 12 | 2019)

In 1968, the Italian architect Giancarlo de Carlo (1919-2005) built a weekend home on a vineyard near Urbino for a friendly couple …

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Writing about Architecture (AIT 12 | 2019)

Every summer, the Institute of Public Buildings and Design of Stuttgart University organizes a one-week seminar with the title Wri …

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Lawyer (AIT 12 | 2019)

Aleksandra Gleich is a lawyer and an architect at the same time and therefore has an extraordinary profile. She is versed in the l …

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Koko Architects (AIT 11 | 2019)

It happened almost 20 years ago: Koko Architects became self-employed when they were commissioned for designing the Estonian pavil …

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Pharmacies (AIT 11 | 2019)

Normally, going to a pharmacy is one of those activities one would really prefer to do without. Long queues, expensive medication …

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Conversion spaces (AIT 11 | 2019)

The Jugendandachtspreis 2019 by the Evangelical-Lutheran Church of Hanover awarded four parishes with a cash prize for the redesig …

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Cinemas (AIT 10 | 2019)

Urban, individual, sensual – after the great decline in the number of cinemas, many arthouse cinemas reinvent themselves and rise …

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Villa Garbald (AIT 10 | 2019)

This summer, Dr. Uwe Bresan accompanied architecture students from the University of Stuttgart to a writing seminar taking place a …

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Volvo XC40 (AIT 10 | 2019)

The Volvo XC40 test-driven by Dr Wolfgang Voigt had to prove its worth in narrow alleys and car parks, on ferries and forest paths …

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Spatial impressions (AIT 10 | 2019)

Designing spaces was not the only concern of the architecture students Philipp Vögele and Ender Cicek, they also wanted to fundame …

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Le Havre (AIT 10 | 2019)

On September 5 and 6, 1944, allied pilots razed the French Atlantic city of Le Havre to the ground. Their aim was to destroy the p …

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Airport-Lounges (AIT 09 | 2019)

In times of Ryanair, easyJet and others, travelling by air has lost some of the glamour and charm of days gone by. In order to nev …

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Chinas red (AIT 09 | 2019)

Exhibition concepts freely created by students frequently show very fancy approaches – and this is definitely a good thing! Someti …

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Sao Paulo (AIT 09 | 2019)

Brazil, a country known for its multiculturalism, stands for pure joie de vivre. São Paulo is the cultural centre where this feeli …

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Visual artist (AIT 09 | 2019)

With his works, Karl-Heinz Bogner deliberately places himself at the interface of art and architecture. The freelance artist had o …

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Silent places (AIT 07/08 | 2019)

A place that everyone knows but nobody talks about: the public toilet hardly receives any attention as a building task, although i …

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Sea Ranch (AIT 07/08 | 2019)

The Sea Ranch is an icon of American architecture! The residential complex on the Californian Pacific coast is associated with the …

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A shadow roof (AIT 07/08 | 2019)

Under the project management of Sarah Pallischeck, 13 bachelor students of TH Köln travelled to the Omomas Care Center, a home for …

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Tre Cime (AIT 06 | 2019)

In 1929, Drei Zinnen Hotel was built in Sexten, South Tyrol, at an altitude of 1,345 metres and surrounded by the peaks of the Dol …

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Airport Hotel (AIT 06 | 2019)

Almost a case study: In this project, 13 interior design students are all dealing with the same real hotel room layout of the Glob …

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Bielefeld (AIT 06 | 2019)

Many might know the city from the conspiracy theory propagated in 1993. It says that Bielefeld doesn’t even exist. In his report, …

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Kultur aufgelegt (AIT 05 | 2019)

The project task of “Ministry of Sound Dreispitz” included a fictitious usage concept and a spatial implementation idea for the fo …

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Valetta (AIT 05 | 2019)

Whoever may attempt to describe the city of Valletta easily runs into danger of having to elaborate: This is because in the capita …

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Wine shops (AIT 04 | 2019)

Whether full-bodied, dry or fruity – the market offers wines in any price category and flavour. For triggering an impulse to buy, …

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Ceramics factory (AIT 04 | 2019)

Sina Pauline Riedlinger and Franziska Käuferle, Master’s students at TU Berlin, have intensively dealt with the subject of ceramic …

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Tel Aviv (AIT 04 | 2019)

Tel Aviv is not only a pulsating metropolis by the Mediterranean Sea but also the location of more than 4,000 buildings which have …

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Jewelry designer (AIT 04 | 2019)

Felicitas Seidler studied architecture and afterwards – right, in that order! – completed an apprenticeship to become a goldsmith. …

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Thomas-Mann-House (AIT 03 | 2019)

The red carpet was rolled out last summer when the Thomas-Mann-House was reopened in Los Angeles as a residence for intellectuals …

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Landlabor Wiehe (AIT 03 | 2019)

In this real-life student project, the task was to design in Wiehe Castle in Thuringia, which is badly in need of renovation, an a …

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Rom (AIT 03 | 2019)

An Erasmus Scholarship made it possible for Lorena Stephan to spend a semester abroad at Sapienza Università di Roma. She studied …

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Studio Fuskas (AIT 01/02 | 2019)

Whenever the name Studio Fuksas is mentioned, striking major international projects pop up in the mind’s eye: Shenzhen Bao’an Inte …

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Volvo XC60 (AIT 01/02 | 2019)

The chic speedster corresponds exactly to Katja Neumann’s automotive preferences – she was curious to see whether the car could fu …

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Work To Go (AIT 01/02 | 2019)

Which are the demands the young generation makes on the work of the future? This question was the origin of the idea to focus toge …

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Coop Himmelb(l)au (AIT 12 | 2018)

“When we talk about black panthers, other people think of predators. But we of the untamed dangerous nature of architecture. When …

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Can Lis – House (AIT 12 | 2018)

For a week, Uwe Bresan followed students from the University of Stuttgart during their “Über Architektur schreiben” summer course. …

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Can Lis – Texts (AIT 12 | 2018)

To convince clients, critics and juries, architects cannot exclusively rely on their images and drawings but also have to resort t …

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Old Guest House (AIT 11 | 2018)

Demographic change presents rural regions with major challenges. Classical family structures, with several generations living and …

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Lunuganga (AIT 11 | 2018)

Architectural journalist Katharina Matzig from Munich has followed the traces of Geoffrey Bawa in Sri Lanka. He is regarded as the …

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Vienna (AIT 11 | 2018)

The Austrian capital Vienna offers everything the heart desires and only the best of it. This is the opinion of architect Armin Eb …

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Flooring Lab (AIT 10|2018)

Interior designers-to-be at Hannover University of Applied Sciences developed innovative floor coverings as part of the “Innovativ …

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Bauhaus Dessau (AIT 10 | 2018)

The Staatliches Bauhaus was founded in Weimar on 1st April 1919. Headed by Walter Gropius, the school set out to give the 20th cen …

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Tesla X 100D (AIT 10 | 2018)

Norbert Berghof is an enthusiastic Citroën DS driver and a car connoisseur – no wonder the Tesla X 100D has quite a fascination fo …

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Bakeries (AIT 10 | 2018)

In times of industrial production of baked goods as well as pastry departments in supermarkets and discounters, bakeries have a ha …

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Utrecht (AIT 10 | 2018)

Actually, Uwe Bresan only wanted to have a quick look at Haus Schröder and then quickly drive on. In the end, he stayed almost a w …

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Exhibition concept (AIT 09|2018)

As part of the “Pop-Up Luxury” projects, ten students from the bachelor course of studies in interior design at Coburg University …

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Baltic health spa (AIT 09 | 2018)

Near south beach of Fehmarn stands one of the latest works by the exceptional Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen. The con …

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Libraries (AIT 09 | 2018)

Whether literary classics, light fiction or specialist journals – despite the growing significance of the digital media, the print …

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Photo artist (AIT 09 | 2018)

She studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich. For the last four years, however, Laura Zalenga’s medium of expres …

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Young Talent 2018

“The Heart of the City – Shaping Social Diversity” is the motto of the Hugo Haring Young Talent Award 2018, which the BDA State As …

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Münster (AIT 07/08 | 2018)

Between farms, studs, and fattening farms, Münster is an unexpectedly urban variation to the agricultural flatlands of Westphalia. …

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Atelier Pro (AIT 10 | 2018)

Non-bureaucratic, open, citizen-centred and service-oriented: We had presented the town hall in Deventer in the Netherlands in AIT …

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Kubota & Bachmann (AIT 06 | 2018)

Kubota & Bachmann Architects – that means Toshihiro Kubota, Yves Bachmann and Francisco Martinez. A Japanese, a Swiss and a Spania …

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Lärchenhof (AIT 06 | 2018)

As a professor at the technical university in Stuttgart, Paul Schmitthenner (1884–1972) was among the most influential personaliti …

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Sports halls (AIT 06 | 2018)

In times when a healthy lifestyle and sportive leisure activities are getting more and more popular, shabby-stuffy gyms are no lon …

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Presenter (AIT 06 | 2018)

For 13 years, Eva Brenner has been hosting the “Zuhause im Glück” television series and there regularly brings a smile to the face …

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Poetry of light (AIT 05 | 2018)

Students at the Swiss Academy of Art and Design in Basel developed prototypes for future lighting concepts and luminaires with the …

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Granada (AIT 05 | 2018)

Granada in the south of Spain has a special appeal: Every year, the city attracts millions of visitors and those who have fallen u …

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CaraTwo 390 (AIT 04 | 2018)

On a camping holiday with a caravan? “No, thanks – I am not that old yet!” was the first reaction from our colleague Henriette Sof …

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Modular Working (AIT 04 | 2018)

Students of architecture at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences and trainee carpenters developed and realized their idea of …

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Children’s author (AIT 04 | 2018)

They have titles such as „Kleines Afrika“, „Regenwurmtage“, „Ist 7 viel“ or „Frag mich!“ … The architect Antje Damm has written ov …

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Wine shops (AIT 03 | 2018)

Everyone is likely to have done it sometimes: Choosing a wine for its label without knowing anything about its taste. The way out …

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Bathhouse (AIT 03 | 2018)

Graduate from Cologne University of Applied Sciences Hannah Tholen designed as part of her master’s thesis a bath completely in li …

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Van de Velde (AIT 01/02 | 2018)

Closely experiencing architecture icons and actually living in them – this is now possible in Schloss Lauterbach designed by Henry …

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Citroën C4 Cactus (AIT 01/02 | 2018)

An unusual test team: Stuttgart-based interior designer Alexander Fehre takes a close look at “The Pioneer”. The concept car based …

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Bakery projects (AIT 01/02 | 2018)

Put baked goods in the display counter and they will sell automatically? As if! If you want to convince customers of your products …

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Fahrradbauer (AIT 01/02 | 2018)

In Berlin, the architect Daniel Pleikies has his own bicycle manufacture called wheeldan. Bespoke bicycles are exclusively built t …

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pool Architekten (AIT 12 | 2017)

pool Architekten in Zurich stand for more than 30 years of competition-, architectural-, office- and discussion culture. The archi …

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Manifantatsisch (AIT 12 | 2017)

The analysis of the newly built residential- and commercial district in Stuttgart caused Lena Engelfried and Tara Hariri to draw u …

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Rooms for mourning (AIT 12 | 2017)

At the end, what counts is a neutral venue which provides space for any form of mourning: Death is a sensitive issue and is often …

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Esrawe (AIT 10 | 2017)

Mexico City will be the World Design Capital in 2018. For the duration of a year, lectures, events and exhibitions in the Mexican …

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Tunnel Airplane (AIT 11 | 2017)

The “Tunnel Airplane” project is a cooperation of the Mainz University Medical Center and students of the discipline Communication …

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Mobil-Home (AIT 10 | 2017)

Since 2015, the start of massive refugee immigration into Germany, the situation for homeless people in the major cities has been …

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Athos (AIT 10 | 2017)

On the eastern “leg” of the Greek Chalkidikí peninsula, the architecture journalist Oliver Herwig immersed himself in a different …

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Rotterdam (AIT 07/08 | 2017)

Since the largest European seaport has been relocated from the city centre of Rotterdam in the 1980s, the look of the Dutch city h …

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Spreeblick (AIT 07/08 | 2017)

There is no doubt that it is a choice piece of property in a prime location beside the water in the midst of Berlin! The site meas …

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Optometrists (AIT 09 | 2017)

From the hipster to the average user — glasses are totally trendy and they are one thing above all: a fashionable accessory. Wheth …

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Community houses (AIT 07/08 | 2017)

It is no secret: church communities are shrinking. As a consequence of dwindling memberships, the need for large rooms for praying …

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Schenker Salvi Weber (AIT 03 | 2017)

Schenker Salvi Weber – founded in 2009 – is a still young, highly ambitious architectural office. In their branches in Vienna and …

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VOLVO XC90 (AIT 11 | 2017)

Uta Beißert and Hendrik Gruß confirm that their Volvo XC90 test vehicle has shapely lines and well-balanced proportions. Outside a …

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Marco Polo (AIT 09 | 2017)

Modern looks and high-quality processing – this was the impression when test driver Andreas Witte from Scope Architekten first saw …

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Meijs Motorman (AIT 06 | 2017)

“Leaving out the things that aren’t necessary” is how Ronald Meijs describes his design philosophy. The industrial designer from M …

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Ford S-Max 2.01 (AIT 04 | 2017)

Volker Vogel would have actually loved to grab the keys of the blue Ford Mustang – but the test car was the red S-Max. After quite …

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Lexus NX 300h (AIT 01/02 | 2017)

A pleasant museum visit combined with a test drive? Not a bad solution for a rainy Sunday, as Claus Zimmermann from Next – space I …

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Audi TT (AIT 10 | 2016)

„So ein Auto wollte ich immer schon mal haben“, ging es Ekkehard Schröer, Innenarchitektur und Möbeldesign, aus Essen durch den Ko …

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Schlachthof (AIT 06 | 2017)

The “cheap is cool” attitude towards food appears to be changing. This is at least what the Gesellschaft für Konsumforschung found …

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Brenzkirche (AIT 05 | 2017)

Since 1933, the church building of the Nordgemeinde at Killesberg has been standing between the Weissenhof and the Kochenhof Estat …

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Adolf Loos (AIT 04 | 2017)

Can students of interior design still learn from the work by Adolf Loos today? In her master thesis at HfT Stuttgart, Theresia Mar …

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The Loft (AIT 03 | 2017)

At Hochschule Kaiserslautern and supervised by Professor Jens Wendland, students were given the task of converting an already exis …

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Community houses (AIT 06 | 2017)

Whether whimsical or momentous – museums and collections are the stores of knowledge in our society but this alone does not per se …

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Fire station (AIT 04 | 2017)

Every second counts! Planning fire stations is a complex construction task with particularly high requirements as to logistics. Th …

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Residential high-rises (AIT 03 | 2017)

Residential high-rises are currently experiencing a revival – densification being the actual magic word. But whereas, in the 1960s …

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Hairdresser’s (AIT 01/02 | 2017)

Cutting and dying as well as lifestyle and creativity are required when it comes to hairdressing. Those who want to successfully d …

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Bus stations (AIT 12 | 2016)

Unlike a train station or an airport, a bus station is an very often neglected construction task. Centrally situated, it usually h …

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Kirchen (AIT 09 | 2016)

Kirchen sind prägende Bauten – nicht nur für das Ortsbild, sondern ebenso in ihrer identitätsstiftenden Funktion für eine Gemeinde …

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Stundentenwohnungen (AIT 07/08 | 2016)

Winziges Zimmer, Gestaltung egal, Hauptsache günstig? Studentenwohnheime dieser Art gehören glücklicherweise immer mehr der Vergan …

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Sporthallen (AIT 06 | 2016)

Dass der Sportunterricht an vielen Schulen zu kurz kommt, liegt nicht nur an fehlenden Fachlehrern, sondern oft genug auch am frag …

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Public toilets (AIT 05 | 2016)

They are public buildings – but not the type we usually present in this issue: we mean public toilets. For the majority, this topi …

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Memorials (AIT 03 | 2016)

Memorial sites are places to remember the victims of wars and regimes of tyranny. They are not only to serve the survivors as a pl …

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Wine Estates (AIT 01/02 | 2016)

In the area of what is today Austria, wine growing has been rooted for millennia and this has left its definite mark on the countr …

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Forschungsbauten (AIT 11 | 2015)

Gesundheit ist ein wertvolles Gut, und dementsprechend wichtig ist die Gesundheitsforschung. Es gibt kaum einen anderen Bereich, i …

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Bibliotheken (AIT 10 | 2015)

Die Bauaufgabe ist die gleiche – und doch könnten die Gebäude oft nicht unterschiedlicher sein. Wir präsentieren Ihnen eine Auswah …

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Laufstege (AIT 09 | 2015)

Einfach eine Gasse zwischen Stuhlreihen bilden und fertig ist der Laufsteg? Vielleicht würde das sogar schon wieder Aufmerksamkeit …

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Buildings for horses (AIT 07/08 | 2015)

Again and again, we come across fascinating projects regarding a building task not covered by the usual topics in our editions. Bu …

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Hostels (AIT 06 | 2015)

Die Bauaufgabe ist dieselbe, doch die Ausführung oft ganz unterschiedlich: In der Serie Drei präsentieren wir Ihnen immer drei Pro …

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Sakralbauten (AIT 05 | 2015)

In der Serie Drei… zeigen wir stets ausgewählte Projekte zu einer gemeinsamen Bauaufgabe – passend zum Heftthema sind es diesmal …

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Holiday homes (AIT 04 | 2015)

We frequently come across exciting projects which do not quite fit the topics in our editions. But neither do we want you to miss …

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Beauty salons (AIT 03 | 2015)

We frequently come across exciting projects which do not quite fit the topics in our editions. But neither do we want you to miss …

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Bahnhöfe (AIT 01/02 | 2015)

Seit einem Jahr zeigen wir Ihnen nun auch spannende Projekte, die nicht in unsere üblichen Heftthemen passen. Mit der Serie Drei.. …

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Bremen (AIT 05 | 2016)

Hansestadt ohne Hafen, Fischköppe ohne Fischmarkt oder gar PISASchlusslicht sind Klischees, denen die Stadt immer wieder ins Auge …

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Tiflis (AIT 04 | 2016)

Seit Peter Sägesser während seines Architekturstudiums an der ETH Zürich ein Praktikum im damals noch kommunistisch regierten Unga …

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Essen (AIT 03 | 2016)

Essen liegt mitten in Deutschlands größter Industrieregion, dem Ruhrgebiet. In der einstigen Bergbaustadt, in der die Kumpel noch …

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Reykjavík (AIT 12| 2015)

Der Inselstaat Island auf der größten Vulkaninsel der Erde hat einiges zu bieten: Aktive Vulkane, Wasserfälle, Gletscher, Fjorde u …

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Amsterdam (AIT 11 | 2015)

„Komm, wir fahren nach Amsterdam“, sang Cora 1984 und schuf damit eines der traurigsten Liebeslieder der deutschen Popgeschichte. …

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Zürich (AIT 10 | 2015)

Rechtzeitig zur 15. Wohn- und Möbelausstellung „neue räume“ vom 18. bis 22. November in Zürich-Oerlikon, hat der en Initiator Stef …

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Frankfurt (AIT 9 | 2015)

Frankfurt – auch „Mainhattan“ genannt – ist allgemein als Finanzhauptstadt mit faszinierender Skyline bekannt. Tatsächlich ist die …

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Timisoara (AIT 07/08 | 2015)

Ganz im Westen Rumäniens, in der drittgrößten Stadt des Landes, begann 1989 die rumänische Revolution, die schließlich zur Befreiu …

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Ljubljana (AIT 05 | 2015)

Ljubljana, das beschauliche Städtchen mit mediterranem Flair, ist für Architekturinteressierte unbedingt eine Reise wert. Auch heu …

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Düsseldorf (AIT 04 | 2015)

Neben dem MedienHafen und einer der teuersten Einkaufsmeilen des Landes hat die Rheinmetropole Düsseldorf noch einiges mehr zu bie …

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Neu-Delhi (AIT 03 | 2015)

Die gebürtige Inderin Poonam Choudhry lebt und arbeitet in Stuttgart und pendelt regelmäßig zwischen den recht gegensätzlichen Wel …

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Hannover (AIT 01/02 | 2015)

Großstadt im Grünen, Messestadt, Universitätsstadt – die Niedersächsische Hauptstadt Hannover hat viele Bezeichnungen und bietet e …

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Basel (AIT 11 | 2014)

Für den Architekten Matthias Lorenz stellt Basel das Modell der europäischen Stadt schlechthin dar. Er selbst lebt und arbeitet se …

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Istanbul (AIT 10 | 2014)

Istanbul hat neben vielen Zeugnissen seiner bewegten Geschichte eine bunte Mischung an Menschen zu bieten, die alle auf ihre eigen …

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Voralberg (AIT 09 | 2014)

Jürgen Haller führt uns für ein Wochenende durch seine Heimatregion Vorarlberg – die Dichte an guter Architektur könnte nicht höhe …

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Baden-Baden (AIT 07/08 | 2014)

Von römischen Badruinen über Gebäude der Jahrhundertwende, des Jugendstils und der Moderne bis hin zum zeitgenössischen Museumsbau …

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Venedig (AIT 06 | 2014)

Die Biennale von Venedig ist das Architekturereignis dieses Sommers. Von Anfang Juni bis Ende November wird sich die Lagunen stadt …

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Weimar (AIT 05 | 2014)

Große Namen haben Weimar geprägt: Dichter Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Musiker Franz Liszt und Architekt Walter Gropius, der dort 1 …

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Mailand (AIT 04 | 2014)

In keiner anderen Stadt gehen Architektur, Design und Mode so selbstverständlich ineinander über wie in Mailand. Vor allem während …

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Stuttgart (AIT 01/02 | 2014)

Ein Wochenendtrip in eine andere Stadt ist eine willkommene Abwechslung vom Büroalltag, sollte aber auch gut vorbereitet sein. Um …

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Wolfsburg (AIT 07/08 | 2016)

Unsere Redakteurin Christine Schröder ist regelmäßig in Wolfsburg zu Gast und erkundet dabei die facettenreiche Stadt. Die untersc …

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Boston (AIT 01/02 | 2017)

Frequent travels and the time to thoroughly get to know a foreign country: These are the possibilities opening up whenever one’s p …

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filmmaker (AIT 09 | 2017)

The Finnish-Swiss filmmaker Tapio Snellman studied architecture in Stuttgart and London and lives in the British capital. His port …

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Jewelry designer (AIT 05 | 2017)

During their studies and their professional career, architects develop a keen sense of materials, their combination and applicatio …

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Bag label (AIT 01/02 | 2017)

Her own desire to create, the pleasure taken in craftsmanship and high-quality design as well as the good fortune of being able to …

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Leipzig (AIT 05 | 2017)

Leipzig is currently considered to be the most rapidly growing major city in Germany. In addition to countless architectural monum …

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Matteo Thun & Partners (AIT 12 | 2016)

During his architectural studies at Munich technical university, Felix Constantin Graf completed an internship at Matteo Thun & Pa …

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Belgrad (AIT 11 | 2016)

In der serbischen Hauptstadt Belgrad lassen sich Geschichte und Gegenwart besonders eindrucksvoll erleben. Die strategisch günstig …

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MVRDV (AIT 10 | 2016)

Already during adolescence, Jonathan Schuster came into contact with MVRDV. The Dutch pavilion for EXPO 2000 in Hanover had very m …

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