On bea’s sustainable architecture
In recent years, Baumschlager Eberle architectural practice has successfully continued its international trajectory. Between 2010 and 2020, around 600 buildings, projects and competitions have been completed, including housing projects, hospitals, company headquarters, university campuses, and the 2226 building: an office building without heating system.
The book documents in chronological order in the form of an annotated and commented catalogue of works all projects, competitions, and studies of these years. Over 50 completed buildings are comprehensively presented. 14 of the most important projects have an in-depth presentation: with images, plans, and other material as well as a detailed text. In addition, three essays and three interviews deal with the central issues of density, resources and open building.
‧On bea’s sustainable architecture
‧An account of the firm’s international output: residential, commercial, education, and hospital buildings
‧With contributions by Elisabeth Endres, N. John Habraken, Gerhard Hausladen, and many more