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Exhibition Halls

Construction and Design Manual

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An exhibition centre is a central focus of a city’s economic life, and in many cases a unique expression of its image. For this reason, as well as offering adequate space and infrastructure, it must make a strong, clearly recognizable architectural statement. Over the past couple of decades, new technology and globalization have transformed trade fairs: today they are not so much markets as forums for the exchange of information and contacts. This new volume in the Construction and Design Manual series spotlights twenty-two exemplary European buildings that have overcome the resulting architectural challenges. It also includes an overview of the cultural history of European trade fairs, and an interview on successful exhibition-centre design with Volkwin Marg of gmp Architekten, one of the world’s leading specialists in this area of architecture.

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Titel: Exhibition Halls
Autoren/Herausgeber: Clemens F. Kusch
Weitere Mitwirkende: Volkwin Marg, Anabel Gelhaar
Ausgabe: 1. Neuausgabe

ISBN/EAN: 9783869221847
Originaltitel: Messebauten. Handbuch und Planungshilfe
Originalsprache: Deutsch

Seitenzahl: 304
Format: 28 x 22,5 cm
Produktform: Hardcover/Gebunden
Gewicht: 1,724 g
Sprache: Englisch

Clemens F. Kusch, born in Rome in 1963. He studied architecture at the University of Venice, where he gained his doctorate in 1993 and has subsequently been a visiting professor. Kusch has been closely involved in relations between German and Italian architects, for example as a contact architect for German firms such as gmp von Gerkan, Marg und Partner (Hamburg), for the curators of the Venice Biennale and as a correspondent for German newspapers. Since 2009, he has coordinated the joint German-Italian project for the reconstruction of the Berliner Schloss.

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