Synopses & Reviews
In NiVo the tradition of Eternit AG's own architecture journals continues to live. The new journal for architecture and cement composite, under the direction of an international editorial enterprise acting independently of the firm, creates the opportunity for an unconventional view of fascinating topics from architecture, design and art. At its centre are the projects, views, actions and thoughts of extraordinary people, and of these, in particular, lesser known, dedicated individuals from within the architecture scene are to be provided with a platform. Regular columns, a dossier on a changing central theme and a panorama from the multifacetted world of cement composite will be condensed into an internal journal unique in its design, using high-quality texts written internally and by guest writers as well as photographic reportages or exclusive photographic essays, often published now for the first time.
Keeping alive the tradition of Eternit AG's architectural journals, this book presents new directions in architecture, design and art: a panorama sweeping the multifaceted world of cement composite, illustrated with photographic essays.
11 fiber cement houses in detail and reportages as well as interviews: the new journal of Eternit
About the Author
Manuela Hötzl (MaHo), b. 1972, has been writing as an architecture critic and journalist for international architecture and art magazines since 1992 and has edited various book and magazine productions for publishers, firms of architects and other enterprises. She studied architecture in Graz and Pretoria and graduated MA in Research Architecture at the Goldsmiths University of London in 2011. Manuela Hötzl lives and works in Vienna. www.redaktionsbuero-architektur.at Kornel Ringli (KoRi), b. 1972, graduated with a diploma in architecture under Prof. Hans Kollhoff at the ETH Zurich in 2001. In addition to working as an architecture critic he also works as communications officer and project developer for the Zurich Immobilienstiftung PWG. At present he is near graduation at the ETH Zurich with a dissertation on Eero Saarinens Terminal für die TWA in New York, supervised by Prof. Dr. Laurent Stalder. Kornel Ringli lives and works in Zurich.
Table of Contents
contact .- moment .- r.s.v.p .- first time .- dossier .- site .- report .- revue .- insight .- details .- mood board .- contributors.