L'étoile Filante, Charles Siclis
L'architecte-mystère du Paris de l'entre-deux-guerres

André Tavares


Éditions B2, Paris

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Das Neue Grab


Jan Böttcher (Textauswahl)
Till Sperrle (Gestaltung)
Achim Valbracht (Foto)

Bierke Verlag, Berlin

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Log 38 Fall 2016

Includes: "Reflections on Brexit"

Anyone Corporation

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Selected Works
Michael Meredith, Hilary Sample

Princeton Architectural Press

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Kleine Eingriffe
Neues Wohnen im Bestand der Nachkriegsmoderne

Ed. by Nägeli, Walter / Kirn Tajeri, Niloufar

Birkhäuser, 2016

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Merkur Oktober 2016

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Artforum October 2016

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Parrot Problems
Helen Marten

Edited by Susanne Pfeffer

Koenig Books, 2016

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Tate Modern
Building a Museum for the 21st Century

Edited by Chris Dercon and Nicholas Serota

Tate, 2016

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Publisher's Note: ["New No's"]

No to racists
No to fascists
No to taxes funding racists and fascists
No mercy for rapists
No pity for bigots
No forgiveness for nativists
No to all those
. . . .

n+1 published responses from editors and contributors
in a series on their webpage ["No President"]

i.e. Mark Greif, Dayna Tortorici, Marco Roth, Nikil Saval, Keith Gessen, Rachel Ossip, Pankaj Mishra, Karla Cornejo Villavicencio

Goethe Institut Norwegen: ["Nationen sind Fiktionen"]

Sara N. Plassnig interviewt Ulrike Guérot.

Farce of Will
Ian Volner on the Venice Architecture Biennale

Artforum September 2016

Piazza, Forum, Agora

Die Ursprungsmythen der europäischen Stadt erweisen sich für heutige Urbanisten als Herausforderung

Brigitte Sölch, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Samstag, 13.August 2016

[Ruhrtriennale]: Carré / Karlsheinz Stockhausen, Bochumer Symphoniker, Chorwerk Ruhr

Karlheinz Stockhausen on 'Carré': "This piece tells no story. Each moment can exist independently. One must take one's time if one wishes to absorb this music; most of the changes happen very gently WITHIN the notes. I wish that this music might provide a little inner calm, breadth and concentration; an awareness that we have a lot of time if we are prepared to take it − that it is better to recover oneself than to be beside oneself; because the things which happen need someone for them to happen to, someone has to gather them." (Karlheinz Stockhausen)


Harry Potter ist nicht populistisch

Ein Skype-Gespräch zwischen Patrick Frey und Christopher Roth ein paar Tage nach den Anschlägen vom 13. November und John Olivers Sendung Paris Attacks vom 15. November 2015

in: Legislating Architecture Schweiz, Arno Brandlhuber, Christopher Roth, Antonia Steger, Edition Patrick Frey

Les Infos du Paradis

Fuck Seth Price:
How the Sausage Gets Made

Claire Lehmann / Parkett / No.98 / 2016

[Next Talk #4]: Jack Self - Home Economics

Can the house ever escape its economic status as an asset? Should our homes still be considered private spaces? How do new types of families and households produce new spatial needs? What are the models of ownership, finance and work that make these conditions possible? In this Next Talk, Jack Self explores the moral, political and economic ramifications of property and ownership in neoliberal debt economies, and asks what role the architect might play in addressing widening social and spatial inequality in the built environment.


Book Launch

[Ruby Press] "Infrastructure Space"

[PUBLIC DEBATE] at ANCB - Aedes Network Campus Berlin

Lectures and panel discussion on the occasion of the book launch of Infrastructure Space, edited by Ilka & Andreas Ruby , with a Visual Atlas by Something Fantastic

Welcome and Introduction by Dunya Bouchi , Ilka Ruby and Edward Schwarz

Lecture by Julia King , Charlotte Malterre-Barthes and Nancy Couling

ANCB - Aedes Network Campus Berlin
Christinenstr. 18-19
10119 Berlin

This Friday, 20 January 2017, 6.30 pm

"Bridge in Berlin"

[Lineatura Magazine] & Books People Places are very pleased
to invite you to the book launch of Ole Pihls new graphic novel
about a bridge in Berlin. Join our conversation with the author

Books People Places
Kulmer Str.20A
10783 Berlin

This Saturday, 17.12.2016, 8 pm

P.S.: You can read the interview with Ole Pihl [here].


[Erika Mayr] erzält von ihrer Arbeit mit Stadtbienen, der Honigernte und stellt die Bücher "Bee Projet" von [Publications for Pleasure] und
"Die Stadtbienen - Eine Grossstadt-Imkerin erzählt" vor.

Freitag, 16.12.2016, 18 Uhr

Books People Places
Kulmer Str. 20A
10783 Berlin

[Drucken Heften Laden] at [Friends With Books] Freitag, 09.12.2016 von 18 bis 20 Uhr
Samstag, 10.12.2016 von 11 bis 19 Uhr
Sonntag, 11.12.2016 von 11 bis 19 Uhr

Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Invalidenstraße 50-51
10557 Berlin

Talk with Erica Owermeer on publishing and architecture

[Index Architecture] is an interdisciplinary research project concerned with publishing in architecture, and publications as an alternative site of spatial experience and experimentation. Index Architecture was founded in 2016 by Tania Garduño Israde and Erica Overmeer in Mexico City. In this talk Erica Overmeer will look at the intrinsic relationship between architecture and publishing, the publications that inform the project of Index Architecture, and the role of publishing and publications in her own work.

[Erica Overmeer] is an artist and photographer living and working in Amsterdam, Berlin and Mexico City. She was educated at the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. Recent exhibitions and publications include the German Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012, and the recent Arch+ Feature on Brandlhuber+ Legislating Architecture. Erica Overmeer is also founder of [O Book Publisher].

Books People Places
Kulmer Str. 20A
10783 Berlin
Thursday, 01.12.2016, 8 pm

Book Launch

[New Geographies 08 // ISLAND]

A Publication of Harvard University's Graduate School of Design Edited by Daniel Daou and Pablo Pérez-Ramos

with a presentation by Daniel Daou

Books People Places
Kulmer Str. 20A, 10783 Berlin
Thursday, 24.11.2016, 7.30 pm

Neue Gesprächsreihe in Berlin: Erfahrungen aus Japan

Erste Veranstaltung:
Die Hamburger Architektin Ellen Kristina Krause (Kawahara Krause Achitects) und der Berliner Architekt Philip Stalbohm mit einem Bericht über ihre Erfahrungen bei Fumihiko Maki, Shigeru Ban und SANAA

Mittwoch, 5. Oktober
19.00 Uhr (Veranstaltung ab 19.30 Uhr)
Bergfriedstraße 17
10969 Berlin

[I Banal de Arquitectura]

La Banal de Arquitectura dará inicio a su programación en Bogotá del 28 de septiembre hasta el 15 de octubre.

Cada semana de nuestra programación, se enfocará en una de las tres preguntas eje de la Banal que tratan sobre la producción, concepción y nuevas formas de lo público. Contaremos con más de 30 participantes nacionales e internacionales que harán parte de las cerca de 20 acciones que componen la Banal entre publicidades (acciones en el espacio público), presentaciones, talleres y una exposición que dará protagonismo al diálogo y al proceso.