Since the early 1980s, Peter Märkli has been one of the most striking protagonists of German Swiss architecture from the earliest period of its emergence. However his impressive buildings cannot be easily classified in the scheme of this architectural movement, since the individual buildings are intensely developed individuals that follow the continuous movement of seeking. They always open up connections with the history of architecture in an independent, powerful way and express the impetus of timeless validity.
This volume presents 17 buildings in detail from the last 15 years with texts, plans and images. The remarkable presentation of works is complemented by enlightening essays by Florian Beigel & Philip Christou, Franz Wanner and Ellis Woodman. An exciting interview with Peter Märkli by Elena Markus and individual statements by the architects round off the impressive collection.
Edited by: Pamela Johnston
Articles by: Florian Beigel & Philip Christou, Pamela Johnston,
Peter Märkli, Elena Markus, Franz Wanner, Ellis Woodman
* with an enclosed booklet containing the essays in German
* with an enclosed booklet containing the project texts in Japanese