A beautiful slipcased three-volume set on the work of the much-admired Swiss firm of Staufer & Hasler Architects. All of their diverse buildings have in common the continuous search for concise structures of space, and buildings which give an instinctive identity to the construction job and the site. The first volume is devoted to the theoretical research work of principals Astrid Staufer and Thomas Hasler. The second volume concentrates on the teaching activity of the duo, focusing on their approach to the interaction between drawing, designing and discussion. The third, most extensive volume presents the office's design work, arranged in thematic order. With articles by Staufer, Hasler and Gian-Marco Jenatsch.
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Astrid Staufer, born in 1963, studied architecture at the ETH Zurich and worked with Marcel Meili and Markus Peter Architekten in Zurich. In 1994, she founded the office Staufer & Hasler Architekten in Frauenfeld, Switzerland, together with Thomas Hasler. Astrid Staufer also teaches at ETH Zurich and ETH Lausanne. Thomas Hasler, born in 1957, studied architecture at HTL Winterthur and ETH Zurich and worked with architect Bruno Reichlin in Geneva. He taught and teaches at ETH Zurich, Universite de Geneve, and ETH Lausanne. Since 1994, he works together with Astrid Staufer at the Staufer & Hasler office in Frauenfeld, Switzerland.
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Descripción Verlag Niggli, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P113721206614