O.M. Ungers Works in Progress 1976–1980 / IAUS 6

IAUS 6: O.M. Ungers Works in Progress 1976–1980 (eds. Kenneth Frampton and Silvia Kolbowski, Rizzoli 1981) is an exhibition catalogue produced by the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (1967–1984).

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O.M. Ungers Works in Progress 1976–1980 (eds. Kenneth Frampton and Silvia Kolbowski, Rizzoli 1981) is an exhibition catalogue no 6 issued by the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (1967–1984). The book opens with Kenneth Frampton’s preface and continues with an essay by Gerardo Brown-Manrique on O.M. Ungers’ morphologies. The book also contains excerpts from a dialogue between Heinrich Klotz and O.M. Ungers. The presented projects include, for example, Hotel Berlin, Architecture Museum, Schillerstrasse, Lutzowplatz and many others.

The book has English text and it has been richly illustrated with black-and-white photographs and O.M. Ungers’ architectural drawings.

For more information about Oswald Mathias Ungers (1926–2007), please visit Ungers Archiv for Architekturwissenshaft at www.ungersarchiv.de.

Our copy in stock is in good condition. The pages are clean except for the slight yellowing on their upper edges. The covers show some minor shelf wear. The glued binding appears to be a bit fragile but okay.

Weight 377 g
Dimensions 25.0 × 21.4 × 0.7 cm
Editor(s)

Kenneth Frampton, Silvia Kolbowski

Publisher

Rizzoli

Publishing year

1981

Language

Images

 architectural drawings, b&w photos

Binding

Softcover

Condition

Number of pages

110

ISBN

0-8478-0378-3