In addition to design manuals and architectural guides, DOM also publish monographs. These encompass case studies on well-known architectural practices, biographies of renowned architects or individual topics relating to specialised architectural themes. Well-defined theories, carefully focused theses and high-quality illustrations are the hallmarks of these titles.
A special edition marking 90th birthday of the Russian architect Galina Balashova, presenting a unique collection of designs for Soviet cosmonautics. Written in English, German, and Russian.
Affordable housing is an enduring political challenge. This building catalogue documents over 130 residential buildings dedicated to affordable housing. It presents floor plans, large photos, key data, and clear diagrams, providing a comprehensive overview of the solutions being tested today.
Volume 1: 100 Years of Urban Planning for Greater Berlin
Volume 2: International Urban Planning Competition for Berlin-Brandenburg 2070
In the writing of urban design history of the twentieth century, functionalist and avant-garde models of the dissolution of the city are dominating. In contrast this book presents projects whose goal is the ideal of a dense and urbane city. Drawing on plans, built examples and theories of dense and urban cities and city districts in the twentieth c
The Akademie der Kunste (Academy of Arts) in Berlin has carried out its task of promoting the arts in Germany since the year it was founded in 1696. From the outset, master builders have been eligible to become members. The architect Hans Scharoun laid the groundwork for establishing the architectural archive.