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Frankfurt_2099: Wettbewerb und Rahmenprogramm

12. March12. October
Private:
Moritzburger Weg 68
Dresden, 01109

DAM On Tour in der Türkei: Kadin Mimar / Frauen im Architektenberuf in der Türkei und in Deutschland

© Andre Rival
4. May31. December
Goethe-Institut Ankara
Atatürk Bulvarı No: 131
Bakanlıklar-Ankara,
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DAM on Tour at Innsbruck: Fahr Rad! Die Rückeroberung der Stadt

Mayer/Reed; ZGF Architects: Max Orange Line, Stadtbahn von Portland nach Milwaukie, 2015 I © C.  Bruce Forster
9. June25. August
Stadtbibibliothek Innsbruck
Amraser Str. 2
Innsbruck, Tirol 6020 Österreich
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DIE SALONS DER REPUBLIK – Räume für Debatten

Blick auf die Republikanische Treppe und die Paulskirche I © Sandra Voss/Holger Kleine/HSRM
17. June29. August
DAM Deutsches Architekturmuseum
Schaumainkai 43
Frankfurt am Main, Hessen 60594 Deutschland
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DAM on Tour in Dresden: Joyful Architecture Europäischer Architekturfotografie-Preis architekturbild 2019

EAP 2019, 1. Preis, Foto: Dirk Haerle
24. June27. August
Deutsche Werkstätten (Unternehmensneubau)
Moritzburger Weg 68
Dresden, 01109
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RADICAL ANTIQUITY

Heinz Bienefeld's Villas and Churches

June 26 – September 26, 2021

Above all in the Rhineland in Central Germany, Krefeld native Heinz Bienefeld (1926–1995) designed and realized numerous ecclesiastical buildings and residential buildings over a period spanning some 40 years.

It is not easy to categorize the style of his architecture, which alternates between the classicism of a Palladio and the contemporary modern. Bienefeld, who trained at the Cologne Art and Crafts Schools (Kölner Werkschulen) under Dominikus Böhm and later worked for the latter’s son Gottfried Böhm as well as Emil Steffann placed a special focus on details and materiality in his work.

His buildings stand out for the precise profiling of their lines, exact connections between windows and brickwork and the harmonious laying of bricks. Bienefeld relied on models made of Plasticine as a means of arriving at the right shape and would create a large number of architecture sculptures that helped him develop his ideas for buildings.The exhibition presents selected buildings and projects in the form of a series of drawings, photographs and original models.

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Radical Antiquity – Heinz Bienefeld’s Villas and Churches

The publication in German and English accompanying the exhibition focuses on the new photographs of the models and buildings, supplemented by examples of the planning materials on show. Two essays explore Bienefeld’s architecture. Architect Alfred Bremm, who for his doctorate examined Bienefeld’s estate intensively, discusses the early buildings and churches. In particular, he describes Bienefeld’s structural principles. In her essay, architect Katleen Nagel considers the aging and patina of Bienefeld’s masonry brickwork.

Edited by Philipp Sturm and Peter Cachola Schmal
Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM)
Frankfurt am Main, 2021

74 pages, German/English
ISBN 978-3-939114-09-3

Available at the museum shop for EUR 15,-

a+u: Heinz Bienefeld Drawing Collection

Architect Heinz Bienefeld is the focus of this issue, which is guest edited by Wilfried Wang. As director of the Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Wang curated an exhibition dedicated to the German architect in 1999. Bienefelds work is mostly limited to small houses and churches, and his practice to the suburbs of Cologne. This issue presents five buildings two churches and three houses selected from amongst his 180 projects, and also includes 164 drawings, together with extensive descriptions by Wang that assist in the understanding of Bienefelds working method. With essays by Norbert Heinze and Hansjörg Göritz, plus a chronological list of projects by Bienefeld.

ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07TMRSBFS
Herausgeber ‏ : ‎ Shinkenchiku-sha
Sprache ‏ : ‎ Englisch/Japanisch
Taschenbuch ‏ : ‎ 224 Seiten

Im Museumsshop erhältlich für EUR 29,95

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DIE SALONS DER REPUBLIK – Räume für Debatten

17. June29. August
Schwindende Dialogfähigkeit prägt das politische Klima dieser Jahre in einem Maße, dass demokrati...

Radical Antiquity Heinz Bienefeld’s Villas and Churches

26. June26. September
Above all in the Rhineland in Central Germany, Krefeld native Heinz Bienefeld (1926–1995) designed...

The Urban in the Periphery EAP architekturbild 2021

17. July26. September
The European Architectural Photography Prize architekturbild has been awarded every two years since ...

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Schaumainkai 43
Frankfurt am Main, Hessen 60594 Deutschland
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Frankfurt_2099: Wettbewerb und Rahmenprogramm

12. March12. October
Private:
Moritzburger Weg 68
Dresden, 01109

DAM On Tour in der Türkei: Kadin Mimar / Frauen im Architektenberuf in der Türkei und in Deutschland

© Andre Rival
4. May31. December
Goethe-Institut Ankara
Atatürk Bulvarı No: 131
Bakanlıklar-Ankara,
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DAM on Tour at Innsbruck: Fahr Rad! Die Rückeroberung der Stadt

Mayer/Reed; ZGF Architects: Max Orange Line, Stadtbahn von Portland nach Milwaukie, 2015 I © C.  Bruce Forster
9. June25. August
Stadtbibibliothek Innsbruck
Amraser Str. 2
Innsbruck, Tirol 6020 Österreich
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DIE SALONS DER REPUBLIK – Räume für Debatten

Blick auf die Republikanische Treppe und die Paulskirche I © Sandra Voss/Holger Kleine/HSRM
17. June29. August
DAM Deutsches Architekturmuseum
Schaumainkai 43
Frankfurt am Main, Hessen 60594 Deutschland
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DAM on Tour in Dresden: Joyful Architecture Europäischer Architekturfotografie-Preis architekturbild 2019

EAP 2019, 1. Preis, Foto: Dirk Haerle
24. June27. August
Deutsche Werkstätten (Unternehmensneubau)
Moritzburger Weg 68
Dresden, 01109
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