Bauhaus Rehabilitation Scheme

Rehabilitation of the Auerbach House (1924) and the Zuckerkandl House (1927-29) by Walter Gropius in Jena

The "Rehabilitation" of Lhasa - the Destruction of a Holy City

Geometry and Symbol

Shop in Munich

The high space of this jewellery studio forms a neutral container for the sculpture-like display units.

House in Frankenthal

The house, dating from the 1930s, was refurbished and enlarged to meet the needs of a family of five in a flexible manner.

Centre for Choreography and Dance in Montpellier, France

This centre for choreography was accommodated in a former Ursuline convent, which is now a listed structure.

Factory Conversion in Bregenz, Austria

Built in 1923 as a factory for knitwear production, the building now accommodates offices on two floors and in the converted attic space.

Centre for Art and Media Technology (ZKM) in Karlsruhe

The rehabilitated inner-city munitions factory in which the centre is housed is an imposing classicistic structure built in 1918 with a reinforced concrete...