"Which style should we choose for our plans?" Today, a definitive
answer to this question can no longer be given: the architect has
to find new solutions each time. The work of the Basel
architectural office Burgin Nissen Wentzlaff is characterized by a
search for an unbiased approach to architecture that incorporates
sources from completely different fields of interest to which the
first monograph of Burgin Nissen Wentzlaff owes its unusual concept
to this statement by the three architects. Whereas the buildings
and projects of the past twelve years are precisely documented on
the right pages in the book, the left pages with texts,
illustrations, pictures and the infringing questions demonstrate
the tasks and challenges characteristic for the work of the office.
The frictions and contradictions between these 'two sides' of the
practice are not oppressed or censored but are consciously
unfolded. The resultant book oscillates between idea and building,
reality and concept, offering a stimulating insight into the
workshop of this unique architectural office.
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