Glatt! From Suburb to City?

This new book offers an exciting new vision of urbanism that can be inspirational for architects and city planners worldwide.

 

 

Titelinformation

Edited by Architects Group Krokodil

1st edition

, 2013

Text in English only

Paperback

126 pages, 49 color and 230 b/w illustrations and diagrams

19 x 26 cm

ISBN 978-3-906027-22-7

Inhalt

In 2012 the Architects Group Krokodil published the book Glatt! Manifest für eine Stadt im Werden, a manifesto for urban planning that offered a bold vision of the future development of the Glatt valley, a booming suburban region northeast of Zurich. In association with this new approach to urban development, Architects Group Krokodil and ETH Zurich put together the 2012 International Summer Academy Zurich, in which participants came together to focus their work on the revitalization of the Glatt valley. Glatt! From Suburb to City? presents the results of this meeting through text and images. The first section of the book is an overview of the lecture series, while further sections document the studio work created during the course. Although focused on the challenges of designing for the Zurich suburbs, this volume offers an exciting new vision of urbanism that can be inspirational for architects and city planners worldwide.

With texts by Architects Gruop Krokodil; Marc Angélil; Emanuel Christ and Christop Gantenbein; Angelus Eisinger; Andreas Ruby; André Bideau; Markus Schaefer.

 

Architects Group Krokodil
EM2N Architekten: Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli, Fabian Hörmann
Frank Zierau Architekt
pool Architekten: Andreas Sonderegger, Mischa Spoerri, Raphael Frei
Boltshauser Architekten: Roger Boltshauser
Schweingruber Zulauf Landschaftsarchitekten: Lukas Schweingruber

 

Also available on the topic «Glatt!»:

Glatt! Manifest für eine Stadt im Werden (text in German only)

Glatt Projekte für eine Stadt im Werden (text in German only)

Autoren & Herausgeber

Architects Group Krokodil

 is an informal association of Zürich-based architects aiming to create ideas and visions for the urbanistic development of Switzerland and central Europe, and to participate actively in public discussions in this subject field.