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Stockhammer, Daniel (Hrsg.) : Upcycling

Wiederverwendung und Weiterverwendung als Gestaltungsprinzip in der Architektur / Reuse and Repurposing as a Design Principle in Architecture
Exploitation and destruction of the environment call for an inevitable paradigm shift as regards our resource consumption: "innovative" building will have to break away from the dogma of new build. We need to reconsider the existing building stock as a wealth of resources and ideas, just as we should understand recycling and upcycling building stock as architectonic potential. New approaches in architecture reveal a trend towards concepts of the frequently used but theoretically and historically rarely defined term upcycling. In that context, one often forgets that the history of building has also always been a history of, firstly, recycled and upcycled building materials and components, and secondly, of building knowledge and building styles. Comprehending buildings as a part of a social change process poses a challenge to our current habits and modern concept of unambiguity, seclusion and authorship of architecture. This publication explores the potential of historical concepts of upcycling - the qualitative recycling of buildings and building components - and confronts them with new developments in architectural and building practice. Importantly, the authors look into the question of whether and how new solutions could be found for future architecture. "Recycling and upcycling" should not be a matter of idealism, but rather present an argument for economy and the quality of structure and design. With contributions by: Alberto Alessi, Barbara Buser, Jürg Conzett, Elisabeth Crettaz-Stürzel, Anja Diener, Philipp Entner, Hanna Kuzniatsova, Silke Langenberg, Hans Rudolf Meier, Lisa Ochsenbein, Johannes Rederer, Nicholas Ransome, Fetanete Rashiti and Daniel Stockhammer
Autor Stockhammer, Daniel (Hrsg.) / Universität Liechtenstein (Hrsg.)
Verlag Triest Verlag
Einband Kartonierter Einband (Kt)
Erscheinungsjahr 2021
Seitenangabe 204 S.
Meldetext Lieferbar in 24 Stunden
Ausgabekennzeichen EnglischDeutsch
Masse H21.0 cm x B14.5 cm x D2.5 cm 492 g
Auflage 2. A.
Exploitation and destruction of the environment call for an inevitable paradigm shift as regards our resource consumption: "innovative" building will have to break away from the dogma of new build. We need to reconsider the existing building stock as a wealth of resources and ideas, just as we should understand recycling and upcycling building stock as architectonic potential. New approaches in architecture reveal a trend towards concepts of the frequently used but theoretically and historically rarely defined term upcycling. In that context, one often forgets that the history of building has also always been a history of, firstly, recycled and upcycled building materials and components, and secondly, of building knowledge and building styles. Comprehending buildings as a part of a social change process poses a challenge to our current habits and modern concept of unambiguity, seclusion and authorship of architecture. This publication explores the potential of historical concepts of upcycling - the qualitative recycling of buildings and building components - and confronts them with new developments in architectural and building practice. Importantly, the authors look into the question of whether and how new solutions could be found for future architecture. "Recycling and upcycling" should not be a matter of idealism, but rather present an argument for economy and the quality of structure and design. With contributions by: Alberto Alessi, Barbara Buser, Jürg Conzett, Elisabeth Crettaz-Stürzel, Anja Diener, Philipp Entner, Hanna Kuzniatsova, Silke Langenberg, Hans Rudolf Meier, Lisa Ochsenbein, Johannes Rederer, Nicholas Ransome, Fetanete Rashiti and Daniel Stockhammer
Fr. 41.00
Verfügbarkeit: Am Lager
ISBN: 978-3-03863-046-3
Verfügbarkeit: Lieferbar in 24 Stunden

Über den Autor Stockhammer, Daniel (Hrsg.)

Daniel Stockhammer, Dr. sc. ETH / Architekt ETH FH SIA, forscht seit 2018 am Institut fu?r Architektur und Raumentwicklung der Universität Liechtenstein zu Fragen der Wieder- und Weiterverwendung in der Architektur. Zuvor dozierte er an der Architekturschule St.Gallen. Zu den von ihm herausgegebenen Publikationen zählen u.a. Schweizer Holzbautradition (ETH Zu?rich, 2015) und Weiterbauen in Stahl (mit Astrid Staufer und Daniel Meyer, 2017). Er studierte und diplomierte an den Architekturschulen von Wien, Zu?rich und Winterthur. Nach dem Studium in den Meisterklassen von Wolf D. Prix und Zaha Hadid (Universität fu?r Angewandte Kunst Wien) arbeitete er bei Jacques Herzog und Pierre de Meuron in Basel. Von 2012 bis 2015 lehrte und promovierte er am ETH-Institut fu?r Denkmalpflege und Bauforschung bei Uta Hassler (ETH Zu?rich) und Manfred Schuller (TU Mu?nchen).

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