- Paperback: 400 pages
- Publisher: Springer Vienna Architecture; 1st Edition. edition (September 15, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 3709103282
- ISBN-13: 978-3709103289
- Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 0.8 x 6 inches
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About the Author
<body> Die Walverwandtschaften MÃ¼nchen ZÃ¼rich - Boston is a collective consisting of Cordula Rau, Eberhard TrÃ¶ger, and Ole W. Fischer. Cordula Rau, born in 1961, is an architect and freelance journalist in Munich. She publishes in numerous print media such as DETAIL, Bauwelt, Deutsches Architektenblatt, archplus, NZZ, zeno, industrieBAU, and H.O.M.E. The book Why Do Architects Wear Black? edited by her and published by Springer has recently appeared. Eberhard TrÃ¶ger, born in 1969, studied architecture at Berlin University of Applied Sciences and, as postgraduate studies, Theory and History of Architecture at the gta Institute of ETH ZÃ¼rich. Besides numerous lectureships and conferences, he has been scientific assistant of the chair of Professor Gregor Eichinger at ETH ZÃ¼rich since 2006. Ole W. Fischer, (1974) is an architect, theoretician, curator and educator in Boston. He studied architecture at the Bauhaus University Weimar and the ETH Zurich. He taught theory of architecture at the Institut gta of ETH from 2002-08 where he also obtained his PhD. He was awarded with several international fellowships and research grants. Since 2009 he is a research fellow at Harvard Graduate School of Design and since 2010 visiting professor for history, theory, criticism of architecture at MIT, USA.</body>
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