Arquitectura Viva 222: Sauerbruch Hutton

Since its founding in 1989, the Berlin practice of Matthias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton has successfully combined a scrupulous attention to programs with an artistic bent that translates into an unprejudiced use of colour in large corporate and cultural buildings designed, too, with a strong caring for the environment, as we can see in the three buildings presented in detail in this issue of Arquitectura Viva: The District M9 Museum in Mestre (Venice), the enlarged Experimenta Museum in Heilbronn (Germany), and the student apartments in Hamburg.

Madrid, 2020, 24 x 30cm, 80pp, illustrated, Paperback.

£19.50
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