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Nomos - Geneve/Lisboa/Madrid: De aedibus international 23

Author/EditorNomos: Wirz, Heinz (Author)
Puente, Moises (Author)
Easton, Victoria (Author)
Publisher: Quart Publishers
ISBN: 9783037612477
Pub Date20/01/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages100
Dimensions (mm)290(h) * 225(w)
For over 25 years, the protagonists of Nomos have managed an office partnership at three locations in Switzerland, Portugal and Spain. Above all, they have constructed residential buildings and estates. Text in English and German.
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For over 25 years, the protagonists of Nomos have managed an office partnership at three locations in Switzerland, Portugal and Spain. Above all, they have constructed residential buildings and estates. They are all creatively developed out of the respective task, such as the cooperative housing project Fata in Peseux near Neuenburg, in which 14 duplex-apartments are densely interwoven and stacked.

Text in English and German.

For over 25 years, the protagonists of Nomos have managed an office partnership at three locations in Switzerland, Portugal and Spain. Above all, they have constructed residential buildings and estates. They are all creatively developed out of the respective task, such as the cooperative housing project Fata in Peseux near Neuenburg, in which 14 duplex-apartments are densely interwoven and stacked.

Text in English and German.

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