Scheidegger und Spiess AG, Verlag
A collection of 17 conversations of Swiss architect Peter Zumthor with philosophers, curators, historians, composers, writers, photographers, collectors, and craftsmen, in a set of 18 beautifully designed booklets in an exquisitely manufactured box.
This book documents the genesis and the architecture of David Chipperfield's extension of the Kunsthaus Zurich from proposal through political debates about the entire project to completed structure.
Hans Danuser is among the foremost contemporary Swiss photographic artists. His photographs of buildings by the Swiss architect Peter Zumthor ignited a debate on buildings, images and history when they were first shown. This work presents a selection of Danuser's Zumthor-pictures.
An exploration of the friendship between Italian artist Costatino Nivola and Franco-Swiss architect Le Corbusier, and of the evolution of Le Corbusier's visual art.
Peter Zumthor ranks among the most important contemporary architects, this is the authoritative monograph on his entire work.
Peter Zumthor in dialogue with Mari Lending explores how history, time and temporalities reverberates across his oeuvre, a feeling of history has informed his continuous attempts of emotional reconstruction by means of building.
An entirely new photographic approach to Le Corbusier's iconic chapel Notre-Dame-du-Haut in Ronchamp by Austrian artist Siegrun Appelt, highlighting the place's spatial structure and lines, Le Corbusier's ingenious direction of light, as well as surfaces and passages. Text in English and German.