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Touch Me: The Mystery of the Surface

Editat de Gregor Eichinger, Eberhard Troeger
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en Limba Engleză Hardback – October 2011

Gregor Eichinger argues that since the beginning of modernity the concept of surface has been neglected by architecture. A tendency for simplification, for a reduction to the abstract space and the material are the reason that today the topic is given such short shrift. Based on his research as a professor at the ETH Zürich, Eichinger calls for a serious discussion about the architectural user interface. In an intensive conversation, he and architect Eberhard Tröger discuss what alchemy has to do with architecture, why a good bar has to be a sketch, how one reads ornament, why we no longer look up at the ceiling, why cleanliness gets in the way of everything, how architecture is created from the inside, and much, much more. The text of this conversation is interwoven with a variety of related quotations and complemented by a series of images that deal with the relationship between architectural surfaces and people.

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ISBN-13: 9783037782293
ISBN-10: 3037782293
Pagini: 180
Ilustrații: 21 Abbildungen
Dimensiuni: 184 x 244 x 21 mm
Greutate: 0.58 kg
Editura: Lars Muller Publishers
Locul publicării: Switzerland

Notă biografică

Prof. Gregor Eichinger ist Architekt und war von 2004 bis 2010 Professor für Architektur und Entwurf an der ETH Zürich.
Eberhard Tröger ist Architekt und unterrichtet bis 2010 am Lehrstuhl von Gregor Eichinger an der ETH Zürich.



Surface and Depth; Weaving and Time; Parts andWhole; Generalist Aspirations and Mastery; TheCraft, Machines, and Personality; Skin, Wounds,and Age; Nerves, Cleanliness, and Atmosphere;Pants, Code, and Ornament; Light, Shadow, andFlânerie; Benutzeroberfläche, Streets, and theCity; Ornament and Society; Heaven, Chicken, andEgg; Architect and Client; Brain and Intestines,Bar and Sketch; Architecture and Love; Comfort,Stature, and Inspiration; Interior and Exterior