The work of the German architect Zamp Kelp has become known throughout the world for its radical yet buildable appeal. He was the pivotal founding member of the experimental architect/artist group Haus-Rucker-Co, which tackled the problem of systematics of architecture analytically and empirically. This book is the an account of Zamp Kelp's architectural and written work. It has three main sections - "Identity: The Representational Projection"; "Observations for Culture"; and "Additional Elements", the book includes a series of essays on the subject of "expanding space". Each chapter presents between five and eight projects, accompanied by texts by Zamp Kelp and Schmiedeknecht, expanding on the usual project description by relating the ideas to contemporary issues and debates.Über den Autor:
Torsten Schmiedeknecht, b.1965 in Germany, studied architecture in Darmstadt, Paris and London. He is a registered architect in Germany and has practised in Germany, Greece, France and England (recently with Avanti Architects, London). He is at present working on architectural projects in Germany and conducting research into the Austrian group of architects and artists Haus-Rucker-Co at the School of Architecture, University of Liverpool. He is teaching a degree studio with his wife at the School of Architecture, and Landscape at Kingston University and also in the third year studio at the School of Architecture, University of Liverpool. Torsten Schmiedeknecht is a regular contributor to Architectural Design.
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Buchbeschreibung Chichester, Wiley-Academy Editions, 2000. 128 S., Klappenbroschur, Quart, zahlreiche Abb., ungelesenes Exemplar, Reihe: Architectural Monographs 54. Artikel-Nr. 00732m