100 Copenhagen Typologies
|Martin Marker ed.
|The Danish Architectural Press
'100 Copenhagen Typologies' presents 100 examples of re-use, adaptation and mixed-use architecture. In this book, Martin Marker and his students from The Royal Danish Academy - Architecture, Design, Conservation at the Institute of Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape - BA Programme investigate Copenhagen as a Wunderkammer of architectural typologies. Leaving the focus on materiality and visual aesthetics aside, the book explores how programmatic complexities and existing structures can form foundations for future urbanism in a rapidly changing world with a growing population, climate changes, and limited resources. This book extends a welcoming invitation to explore and examine our urban structures, sparking a vital conversation that encourage a fresh perspective on our existing typologies, ensuring their continued relevance for the people who inhabit them.
|230 p, ills bw, 21 x 16 cm, pb, English
The Danish Architectural Press