Making Architecture

Edited by Andrea Deplazes

Making Architecture
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Edited by Andrea Deplazes

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256 pages | 187 color plates, 66 halftones | 8 x 5 1/2 | © 2010
Paper $29.00 ISBN: 9783856762780 Published December 2011 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe

This highly illustrated volume captures the dramatic, unbridled creativity that lies at the heart of great architecture. Presenting dozens of wildly innovative designs from the very young architects in training at the ETH Zurich, Making Architecture reveals all the energy of students working at the height of their powers, recognizing the incredible untapped potential of common materials, the power of subtle objects, and the ways that architecture can utterly transform ordinary urban spaces. An exquisite book, Making Architecture is sure to inspire both new and experienced architects, as well as general readers drawn to the unlimited potential and breathtaking beauty of contemporary architecture.



Making Architecture
      Andrea Deplazes
On the Use of Useless Things
      Christoph Wieser
The First Time
      Christoph Elsener
List of Submissions for First-Year Course
   Winter semester 1997–2003
   Winter semester 2004–2007
   Summer semester 1997–2007
Submission Instructions

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