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Paulskirche: A Political Story of Architecture

Author/EditorLiesner, Maximilian (Author)
Sturm, Philipp (Author)
Cachola, Peter (Author)
Publisher: AVEdition
ISBN: 9783899863154
Pub Date09/12/2019
BindingHardback
Pages160
Dimensions (mm)270(h) * 195(w)
The building history of an important German architecture monument, the Paulskirche in Frankfurt. Text in English and German.
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On the occasion of the forthcoming renovation of the Paulskirche in Frankfurt am Main, the book recounts the history of its construction, reconstruction and renovation in accordance with the respective social currents. In addition, the role of the Paulskirche as a seat of the nationwide debate culture is traced, which it has held since the postwar period in its function as a festival hall.

Text in English and German.

On the occasion of the forthcoming renovation of the Paulskirche in Frankfurt am Main, the book recounts the history of its construction, reconstruction and renovation in accordance with the respective social currents. In addition, the role of the Paulskirche as a seat of the nationwide debate culture is traced, which it has held since the postwar period in its function as a festival hall.

Text in English and German.

Maximilian Liesner, urbanist, and Philipp Sturm, political scientist, are working as freelance curators and authors at the German Architecture Museum (DAM) in Frankfurt / Main. Peter Cachola Schmal, architect, is the director of the DAM.

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