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                    p. 1394 Architect and Engineer
                    p. 1396 Engineer and Architect   author Schlaich, Jörg
                    p. 1400 Understanding More About Nature - An Interview with Frei Otto  author Otto Frei
                    p. 1404 Music as the Fount of Inspiration - An interview with Cecil Balmond  author Balmond, Cecil
                    p. 1412 Complexity Simplified - an Interview with Hanif Kara  author Kara, Hanif
                    p. 1416 Integrated Planning - An Interview with Werner Sobek  author Sobek, Werner
                    p. 1430 Bridge over the Traversinertobel
                    p. 1434 Dwelling Block in Zurich  architect Kerez, Christian
                    p. 1438 Factory in Niederstetten   architect Nagler, Florian
                    p. 1444 Call Centre in Galway      architect Buchholz McEvoy
                    p. 1449 Lehrter Main Station in Berlin  architect Gerkan, Meinhard von gmp von Gerkan Marg und Partner Hillmer, Jürgen
                    p. 1456 Airport Terminal in Madrid  architect Estudio Lamela Richard Rogers Partnership
                    p. 1466 Integrated Planning of The Zollverein School of Management and Design architect Böll, Heinrich SANAA Kazuyo Sejima, Ryue Nishizawa author Bollinger, Klaus Grohmann, Manfred Techen, Holger

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                    Each issue of the review includes a summary in Italian, French and Spanish.

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                    p. 896 Stadium Construction: ''Direction of the Masses and Their Experience of Themselves'' author Marg, Volkwin
                    p. 900 ''...Our Stadiums Are Perceptual Mechanisms Between Spectators and the Playing Field''  architect Herzog & de Meuron  author Kaltenbach, Frank Schittich, Christian
                    p. 916 The Composition of Stadiums - Between Multifunctionality and Reduction  author Nixdorf, Stefan
                    p. 926 RhineEnergy Stadium in Cologne  architect von Gerkan, Marg + Partner
                    p. 928 Sapporo Dome  architect Hiroshi Hara und Atelier Phi
                    p. 932 Olympic Stadium in Berlin architect Nienhoff, Hubert von Gerkan, Marg + Partner author Göppert, Knut Nienhoff, Hubert Schäche, Wolfgang Zopfy, Hans-Wolf
                    p. 950 The Allianz Arena in Munich architect Herzog & de Meuron author Dürr, Alfred Findeiß, Rudolf Kaltenbach, Frank Moritz, Karsten Parrish, Jay Pravida, Johann Roll, Karl-Fritz Schenk, Florian Stephan, Kurt Zettlitzer, Walter

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                    Editorial :

                    Countless custom-made parts are still hauled to building sites, where - unprotected from the weather - they are installed in a time-consuming manner. Why have these construction systems had so little impact? Is it rekated to the desire, expressed time and again (justified or unjustified), for uniqueness in architecture?

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                    p. 756 Lightweight construction and systems author Bock, Thomas
                    p. 776 Modifiable Pavillion in Bonn architect Kalhöfer - Korschildgen Architekten
                    p. 780 Prefabricated house from Denmark architect ONV architects
                    p. 784 Demonstration House in Tosu-City architect Yamamoto, Riken
                    p. 790 Camp in Passail architect Holzbox ZT GmbH
                    p. 796 Temporary House in Paris architect Gaëlle Hamonic + Jean-Christophe Masson
                    p. 800 House in Tokyo architect Atelier Tekuto
                    p. 804 Prefabricated House in Lower Austria architect Steixner, Gerhard
                    p. 807 Mobile House in England architect mae LLP Architects
                    p. 810 Passenger Terminal Complex Suvarnabhumi International Airport Bangkok architect Murphy/Jahn Architects
                    p. 818 Survarnabhumi International Airport Bangkok - Structure and form-finding author Sobek, Werner
                    p. 820 Suvarnabhumi International Airport Bangkok - Innovative Climate Concept author Holst, Stefan
                    p. 824 Suvarnabhumi International Airport Bangkok - Engineering, Manufacturing and Installing the Membrane roof author Heeg, Manfred
                    p. 826 Building with Light Steel Frame Construction (LSF) author Tichelmann, Karsten Ulrich Volkwein, Jürgen

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                    Editorial
                    La Grande Nation has once again shown us the strength of a grand gesture: at a cost of just under 80 million euros, the French state has refurbished the east wing of the Palais de Chaillot on the Trocadéro in Paris and created a national centre for architecture.

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                    p. 1252 Conversion - Balancing Cost Effectiveness and Historic Preservation author Hoffmann-Axthelm, Dieter
                    p. 1257 Alvéole 14 - Transforming a Submarine Bunker into a Cultural Centre in Saint-Nazaire author Pawlitschko, Roland
                    p. 1278 Flat Renovation in Berlin architect Behles & Jochimsen
                    p. 1282 Conference Centre in Rome architect Durante, Daniele
                    p. 1286 Centre for Visual Arts in Coimbra architect João Mendes Ribeiro
                    p. 1290 Church Appendage in Jerez architect Martínez Garcia, Antonio Trillo de Leyva, Juan Luis
                    p. 1294 Royal Festival Hall in London architect Allies + Morrison
                    p. 1301 Renovation and Extension of a Modular School in Schulzendorf architect zanderroth architekten
                    p. 1306 Theater 11 in Zurich architect EM2N Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli
                    p. 1311 Refurbishment and Renovation of Dresden's Central Station architect Foster and Partners
                    p. 1320 Planning Methods for Renovation and Refurbishment author Giebeler, Georg

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                    Building for children, whether in the form of a crèche, a nursery school or a day-care centre, certainly presents a special challenge. What architectural language is suitable? How can one lend appropriate spatial form to a pedagogic concept that seeks to impart certain values and abilities? In an environment where young people come to experience and comprehend the world around them, every aspect plays a crucial role.

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                    p. 132 Nurseries and Child-Care Centres in England author Feiersinger, Elise
                    p. 135 Child-Care Facilities in Finland author Nurmi, Tarja
                    p. 138 Building for Young Children in France author Wilson, Ariane
                    p. 160 Day Nurseries Between Social Welfare and Self-Determination author Susanne Hofmann
                    p. 168 Conversion of ''Tree of Dreams'' Nursery School in Berlin architect Baupiloten
                    p. 170 Company Day Nursery in Verona architect Antonio Citterio and Partners
                    p. 172 Kindergarten in Egg architect Dietrich Untertrifaller Architekten
                    p. 174 Crèche and Nursery School in Bicesse, Estoril architect Atelier Central
                    p. 176 Crèche and Nursery School in Covolo architect C + S Associati
                    p. 178 Day-Care Centre for Children in Darmstadt architect zimmermann.leber architekten
                    p. 180 Kindergarten in St. Martin/Eppan architect Lunz & Zöschg
                    p. 182 Nursery School in Marmoutier architect Coulon, Dominique
                    p. 188 Kindergarten in Tokio architect Tezuka Architects
                    p. 200 Kindergarten in Innsbruck architect Froetscher Lichtenwagner

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                    Architecture in motion: Between Spectacular Performance and Efficient Construction
                    p. 1298 discussion | author: Oliver Schaeffer | Practice Reloaded - A Revolution of Choice
                    p. 1304 discussion | author: Frank Barkow | Adaptable Roof Terrace in Cologne
                    p. 1330 documentation | architect: Kalhöfer-Korschildgen | Temporary Pavilion in Seoul
                    p. 1333 documentation | architect: OMA | Mobile Action Space p. 1336
                    documentation | architect: raumlabor berlin | Office Building in Madrid
                    p. 1338 documentation | architect: Selgas Cano | Floating House on Lake Huron, Canada
                    p. 1343 documentation | architect: MOS | Flagship Store in São Paulo
                    p. 1348 documentation | architect: Triptyque | Sliding House in Suffolk
                    p. 1352 documentation | architect: dRMM | »House before House« in Utsunomiya
                    p. 1356 documentation | architect: Sou Fujimoto Architects | Housing Development in Tokyo
                    p. 1360 documentation | architect: Hiroshi Nakamura | NAP Architects | Folded-Plate Principles
                    p. 1368 technologie | author: Martin Trautz

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                    Building costs are usually a topic in the media ­only when they explode and some spectacular or prestigious object is involved, as was the case with the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. Rightly or wrongly, it is usually the architects who are blamed for this; and in this respect, they are not entirely unimpeachable for the public image they have. For far too long, architects have presented themselves as design artists for whom mundane tasks like cost control and adhering to deadlines are tiresome obligations.

                    Everyday construction has been subject to cost constraints not just since the present economic crisis, however. Now that the time of squanderous architectural icons would seem to be past, a radical rethinking process is called for. Architects must bring their competence in the many different fields of construction to the awareness of clients and the public at large. If they succeed in establishing themselves as indispensable experts for economic and sustainable building - alongside their undeniably important role as designers - a new opportunity will present itself: the chance to recover ground that has long been lost to engineers and project managers.

                    Content in Issue 4/2009:

                    p. 288 Cost-Efficient Building Means Sustainable Building discussion - author Dietmar Eberle
                    p. 310 Children's Activity Centre in Melbourne documentation - architect Phooey Architects
                    p. 314 House in Oporto documentation - architect Ezzo Arquitectura
                    p. 318 House in Montbert documentation - architect Berranger & Vincent architectes
                    p. 322 Housing Block in Neu Ulm documentation - architect Wallner, Christoph
                    p. 327 Commercial Estate in Valbonne documentation - architect Comte & Vollenweider
                    p. 332 Rehabilitation of Police Station in Chemnitz documentation - architect schulz & schulz architekten
                    p. 336 Cow Stall in Thankirchen documentation - architect Florian Nagler Architekten
                    p. 341 Durance Theatre in Château-Arnoux documentation - architect Philippe Gazeau
                    p. 346 Sludge Towers of Munich 1 Sewage Works documentation - architect Ackermann und Partner
                    p. 354 Cost-Planning Strategies technologie - author schulz & schulz
                    p. 360 Life-Cycle Costs - Optimizing Forms of Building Construction technologie - author Wolfdietrich Kalusche

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                    Editorial:

                    Concrete Construction is various in the building's utilisation, it's surface design, or the technology which it is built with. The buildings in the new magazine mirror this diversity, e. g. the childrens' playhouse near Paris with green coloured, structured exposed concrete by ECDM. Further examples are the system building constructions by Claus en Kaan Architecten, who are at the beginning of rising a new quarter in Amsterdam, and the concrete bearing structure for a administration building in London by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.<strong>

                    Content:

                    Contemporary concrete building in Switzerland
                    p. 6 discussion | author: Hubertus Adam |
                    Children's Playhouse in Bonneuil-sur-Marne
                    p. 24 documentation | architect: LAN Architecture |
                    Boarding School for Handicapped ­Children in Kramsach
                    p. 27 documentation | architect: Marte.Marte Architekten |
                    Office Building in Ijburg, Amsterdam
                    p. 32 documentation | architect: Claus en Kaan Architecten |
                    Administration Building and Bus Operation Centre in Thias, France
                    p. 36 documentation | architect: ECDM |
                    Museum in Herning
                    p. 42 documentation | architect: Steven Holl Architects |
                    Headquarters in London
                    p. 48 documentation | architect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris |
                    MAXXI Museum in Rome
                    p. 55 documentation | architect: Zaha Hadid Architects |
                    Strong, long-lasting, energy-efficient - sustainable construction with concrete
                    p. 66 technology | author: Martin Peck |
                    Concrete in skyscrapers: Burj Dubai, Trump Tower and Infinity Tower
                    p. 74 technology | author: William F. Baker |

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                    Editorial:

                    In interior spaces in particular, the usage of light plays a very important role, far beyond the basic concept of guaranteeing adequate brightness. How light and space concepts come together in impressive ways is shown in the sanctuary byAndreas Meck in the parish centre of St. Nikolaus in Neuried near Munich. Its sculptured room extends to two colossal openings, through which diffused daylight streams in. It is as if the borders of the white room dissolve and a mysterious effect becomes a dominant element of the room's experience.
                    Francisco José Mangado Beloqui follows another integrated concept with the design of the archeological museum in Vitoria. Roof lighting that captures light shoots translucent blocks at an angle through the normally dark exhibition space.

                    In the new Alice Tully Hall in New York by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the covering brings the room to light. The veneer of the softly curved wood enclosure is partly punctuated by synthetic resin panels, lighting it from behind; the hall can, before an event »glow«.
                    Further project documentation presents similar noteworthy interior spaces - from play and bedroom furniture for children in Paris to Tirol's timber system house or the central cascading staircase in a Basel administration building through to the intentionally stylish capsule hotel in Kyoto. The contribution to Sauerbruch Hutton's Museum Brandhorst displays a particularly technical lighting element. In this section, the lighting designer Andrew Sedgwick (Arup) compares the light concept of the Munich museum with Renzo Piano's new museum, the modern wing of the Art Institute of Chicago.
                    Also in the Discussion section is a closer look at how a basic concept is implemented into an interior. Architects and operators demonstrate the development process of a hotel in Munich, on which Hild und K created the interior including different furniture and light concepts.

                    Content:
                    A Homogeneous Place of Habitation, Not a Trendy Designer Hotel
                    p. 172 discussion | author: Christian Schittich | Madlener, Thomas |
                    Furnishing Unit for Sleep and Play
                    p. 296 documentation | architect: h2o architectes |
                    Semi-Detached Houses in Sistrans
                    p. 299 documentation | architect: maaars architecture |
                    Alice Tully Hall and Juilliard School in New York
                    p. 303 documentation | architect: Diller Scofidio + Renfro |
                    Capsule Hotel in Kyoto
                    p. 311 documentation | architect: Sigma Architectural Design |
                    Parish Centre in Neuried
                    p. 316 documentation | architect: meck architekten |
                    Archaeological Museum in Vitoria
                    p. 322 documentation | architect: Beloqui, Francisco Mangado |
                    Office Building in Basle
                    p. 329 documentation | architect: Lampugnani, Vittorio Magnano |
                    Brandhorst Museum in Munich
                    p. 334 documentation | architect: Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten |
                    Lighting Two Museums
                    p. 344 technology | author: Andrew Sedgwick |

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                    Editorial:
                    Today, a world without digital technologies is unimaginable, with the idea of somebody founding an institute for analogue studies almost as hard to entertain. That is exactly what Otl Aicher did in 1984. In his definitive work 'Analogue and Digital', published in 1991, he discusses what he sees as the danger of neglecting analogue practices in favour of an abstract concept and logical precision. While the editorial team addressed the topic of digital construction in DETAIL 12/2007, under the title 'Digital Details', for the current edition the title 'Analogue and Digital' seems more appropriate to us. Why?

                    The questioning of the balance between analogue and digital has become a key topic in any sensible approach to computers. What Aicher describes as ''the school of making'' is being increasingly combined with the most advanced digital equipment in schools. A primary task of new academic centres, with names such as 'Institute for computer-based design' or 'digital design', is to feed their digital 3D models with material parameters to ensure that only projects that can be realised with the materials and technology available are then developed further.
                    In his introductory article, Achim Menges draws a critical comparison between the double cambered wooden lattice framework of the Multihalle Mannheim, from 1975, and the wooden lattice roofing of the Centre Pompidou-Metz from Shigeru Ban that will be unveiled in May 2010.
                    In practice, just as in schools and colleges, there are also different approaches to digital and analogue. Cristiano Ceccato, co-founder of Gehry Technologies and associate at Zaha Hadid Architects, shows how the team led by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher are coming ever nearer to their goal of one continuous digital workflow, from design to actual construction. Herzog & de Meuron present the facade development of the Elbphilharmonie building and Matias del Campo, from SPAN, shows the development of his Austrian pavilion for the EXPO Shanghai 2010, which was executed completely digitally.
                    In contrast to such digital projects, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, from the Japanese architectural firm SANAA, developed their design for the Rolex Learning Center, in Lausanne, with analogue models. Structural planners Bollinger and Grohmann report on how precise plans have been developed from these studies, where even the individual reinforcing steel elements had to be programmed as 3D models. Lastly, we hear from the companies that act as consultants for the architectural offices. Not every architect has the expertise and the resources to deal with complex, parametric 3D models, but this could soon change with the coming generation of architects.

                    Content:
                    Bringing about - and materializing - form at the transition from computer-­aided to computational design
                    p. 420 discussion | author: Achim Menges |
                    Constructing Parametric Architecture
                    p. 426 discussion | author: Cristiano Ceccato |
                    AA Membrane Canopy in London
                    p. 454 documentation | architect: Dozenten und Studenten des AA Emergent Technologies and Design Master Program, London |Austrian Pavilion Expo 2010 in Shanghai
                    p. 458 documentation | architect: SPAN & Zeytinoglu |
                    Office Building in London
                    p. 464 documentation | architect: Levete, Amanda |
                    Rolex Learning Center in Lausanne
                    p. 470 documentation |architect: SANAA Kazuyo Sejima, Ryue Nishizawa |
                    File-to-Factory Production and ­Expertise
                    p. 482technology | author: Fabian Scheurer |
                    Digital Processes and the Potential to Individualize Prefabricated Homes p. 488
                    technology | author: Reinhold Hammerer |
                    Building exteriors - digital transformation: generic processes from idea to mounting
                    p. 490 technology | author: Andreas Häusler | Stefan Kloker | Stefan Osterrieter |
                    The Walbrook London - Facade in Glass-fibre-reinforced polymer
                    p. 494 technology | author: Markus Gabler |
                    A Crystal in the Harbour - The Glass Facade of the Elbphilharmonie
                    p. 498 technology | architect: Raupach, Christian |

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                    Building Universities - a Historical Survey
                    p. 844 discussion | author: Anke Köth |
                    A Typology of Research Buildings
                    p. 866 typology | author: Dieter Grömling |
                    Special Laboratories for Leipzig­ University
                    p. 876 typology | architect: Schulz & Schulz | download PDF of this article
                    E-Science Laboratory of the ETH in Zurich
                    p. 878 typology | architect: Baumschlager & Eberle | download PDF of this article
                    Cooper Union in New York
                    p. 880 typology | architect: Morphosis Architects | download PDF of this article
                    Faculty of Architecture Building in Nantes
                    p. 882 typology | architect: Anne Lacaton & Jean Philippe Vassal | download PDF of this article
                    Research Laboratory for Nanotechnology in Delft
                    p. 884 typology | architect: DHV architecten | download PDF of this article
                    University of Applied Sciences in Vienna
                    p. 886 typology | architect: Delugan Meissl Associated Architects | download PDF of this article
                    Fraunhofer Institute in Ilmenau
                    p. 892 process | architect: Staab Architekten |
                    Extension to Bocconi University in Milan
                    p. 908 process | architect: Grafton Architects |

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                    There is no question that climate protection and consideration for resources are among the most important objectives for our future. So there is a crucial need for information for architects, planners and engineers because only those with the necessary knowledge in the various spheres of sustainable building will be able to survive in the future market.
                    This was sufficient reason for DETAIL to expand its portfolio to incorporate two issues of DETAIL Green a year. DETAIL Green sees itself as a specialised journal dealing with all aspects of sustainable planning and building. Its aim is to focus on the current state of technology as well as to help in providing direction in the perplexing variety of concepts and approaches to solutions, materials and products, support services, laws and standards.
                    In this issue - and in those to come - special emphasis is placed on international certificates that are becoming increasingly important, in particular, the new DGNB certification; as well as energy balancing of construction materials, life-cycle costs, and questions of recycling and disposal.
                    The main focus will be on concrete examples of buildings integrating various technologies to develop a holistic concept from the point of view of the participants. In this issue, we show sustainable office buildings ranging from a small wooden company headquarters building to a glass investment bank.
                    In the manifesto ''Reason for the World'' that was signed at the end of March, German architects, engineers and city planners called for: ''A new mindset, new determination, and a new solidarity crossing all borders'' as well as ''ideas, utopias and perspectives, determination, curiosity and daring, in order to limit the threatening changes to the world'' and, at the same time, committed themselves to providing ''a fundamental contribution to the necessary change in the use of our natural resources through sustainable architecture and engineering talent''.
                    DETAIL Green will accompany them along this path.

                    Content in Issue 1/2009 :

                    p. 4 DGNB Seal of Quality - Sustainable in every Respect Magazine author Frank Peter Jäger
                    p. 8 Sustainable Sculpture Magazine architect MCA Mario Cucinella Architects
                    p. 8 A lot of lime - little CO2 emission Magazine architect Riches Hawley Mikhail Architects
                    p. 9 form follows energy + light Magazine architect Boesel Benkert Hohberg Architekten
                    p. 10 On the sustainability of ecological model cities Magazine author Hubertus Adam
                    p. 18 The message of the century- The sun won´t send us a bill Background author Franz Alt
                    p. 20 Sustainable Architecture in the US- An Interview with KieranTimberlake Background
                    p. 26 Bank of America Tower Sustainable architecture architect Cook + Fox Architects
                    p. 34 Marché International Support Office Sustainable architecture architect Beat Kämpfen
                    p. 42 European Investment Bank, Luxembourg Sustainable architecture architect Ingenhoven Architekten
                    p. 54 Sustainable Use of Materials - Grey Energy in the Life Circle Research and practice author Joost Hartwig Martin Zeumer Viola John
                    p. 61 Integration of Photovoltaics in Membrane Structures Research and practice author Jan Cremers
                    p. 64 Ultra-Slim Vacuum Glazing for Optimum Thermal Insulation Research and practice author Hans-Peter Ebert Helmut Weinländer Sven Hippeli
                    p. 80 Energy-Efficient Building and Rehabilitation with the KfW Specialist information author Holger Schwabe
                    p. 84 Who's afraid of DIN V 18599? Specialist information author Hans Erhorn
                    p. 88 Market Premises of Sustainable Certification Specialist information author Dr. Roman Wagner-Muschiol Tajo Friedemann

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                    Content in Issue 2/2009

                    Hype or a vision of the future? ''Cradle to Cradle'' in the Netherlands
                    p. 4 Magazine | author: Anneke Bokern | Minergie on the summit
                    p. 6 Magazine | architect: Peak Architekten | Energy efficiency in an extreme climate
                    p. 8 Magazine | architect: Arkitektfirma Helen & Hard | Saving 120 tonnes of CO2
                    p. 9 Magazine | architect: Waugh Thistleton Architects | New start in platinum
                    p. 9 Magazine | architect: Studio 804 | Upmarket green
                    p. 10 Magazine | Building for climate change - Global warming and its consequences
                    p. 14 Background | author: Elke Chmella-Emrich | Peter Werner | Learning from Masdar City? How to plan a zero-carbon city
                    p. 18 Background | architect: Foster and Partners | Paul-Wunderlich-Haus in Eberswalde
                    p. 20 Sustainable architecture | architect: GAP Gesellschaft für Architektur & Projektmanagement | 3-family house in Liebefeld
                    p. 30 Sustainable architecture | architect: Halle 58 Architekten |
                    Zero-energy housing development: solaR2 in Munich
                    p. 38 Sustainable architecture | architect: Joachim Nagel | Solar-thermal air conditioning
                    p. 44 Research and practice | author: Bernhard Lenz | digitalSTROM: Building automation using high-voltage technology
                    p. 49 Research and practice | author: Richard Staub | Improving the energy efficiency of historic buildings
                    p. 52 Research and practice | author: Michaela Hoppe | Sustainable use of materials: wood and wood-based products
                    p. 56 Research and practice | author: Joost Hartwig | Martin Zeumer | Viola John | Sustainable sourcing of construction products
                    p. 71 Specialist information | author: Jo Mundy | Testing green credentials: ''Deutsches Gütesiegel Nachhaltiges Bauen''
                    p. 74 Specialist information | Content in Issue 2/2009

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                    Content in Issue:

                    In ten years to (almost) zero: The new EU Building Directive
                    p. 4 Magazine | author: Jakob Schoof |
                    Veiled beauty
                    p. 6 Magazine |A built change of image
                    p. 7 Magazine |Learning laboratory
                    p. 7 Magazine |
                    A London premiere
                    p. 7 Magazine |Solar Winner
                    p. 8 Magazine |Aspirations and realities of exemplary eco-cities Background information
                    p. 12 Background | author: Christian Werthmann | Limin Hee | Thomas Schröpfer |National Archives in Vaduz
                    p. 16Sustainable architecture |Office building in Gland
                    p. 24 Sustainable architecture |Housing development in Brighton
                    p. 34 Sustainable architecture |Single-family house in Enschede
                    p. 42 Sustainable architecture |Latent thermal storage in buildings
                    p. 46 Research and practice | author: Bernhard Bergjan | Peter Schossig | Thomas Haussmann |Sustainable Lighting Design: LED and beyond
                    p. 52 Research and practice | author: Kevan Shaw |
                    Plastics in sustainable construction
                    p. 58 Research and practice | author: Joost Hartwig | Martin Zeumer

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