House in Barcelona

The strict external cubic form of the house in facing bricks (see Detail 1996/7) is reflected in the clear, logical design of the interior.

House in Halifax, Canada

The closed north wall, with its enormous bookshelf element, forms the secure back of the house.

House in Biel-Benken, Switzerland

Built into the slope of the site, the house was designed according to a principle of layering and jointing elements.

House in Hamburg

This five-storey house is a piece of urban infill that closes a gap in the street block.

Office Building in Karlsruhe

Designed as a low-energy building, the structure is divided by a double-skin wall into two parts: a northern tract with a high degree of thermal insulation, and...

Aubineau, Behse, Delbrel: Trends in Staircase Construction from 1850 to 1900

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Staircase Spaces in Art Nouveau

House in Dazaifu, Japan

The house, which consists of two discrete volumes, is located in a quiet part of town near a Shinto shrine.