Berlin: Jovis Verlag, 2023
German/English, 268 pages, paperback
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Guest Editors: Anne Femmer, Alex Lehnerer, Florian Summa
Whoever builds is inevitably confronted with a jungle of different positions, all with one thing in common: they are all the views of professionals. As a discipline, architecture occupies a special role. It is a profession itself, and one which relates to numerous other professions and integrates them into its practice of planning and building. GAM 19 interrogates the complex constellations and various semantic meanings of professionalism in architecture. How have the professional foundations of the discipline shifted over time due to economic, ecological, or societal changes, and how do today’s architects engage with them? What is there to be learned from all the hybrid forms in which professional procedures are circumvented by unprofessional processes in order to produce hitherto unknown results? GAM 19 takes on the task of analyzing and re-evaluating architecture’s occupational profile, providing a platform for a diverse range of players to reflect on the concept of professionalism in the context of their architectural practice and to identify its contemporary manifestations.
Mit Beiträgen von
Grayson Bailey, Alexander Bartscher, Klara Bindl, Ivica Brnić, Peggy Deamer, Anne Femmer, Andri Gerber, Andreas Lechner, Alex Lehnerer, Yeoryia Manolopoulou, Jan Meier, Julian Müller, Victoria Steiner, Florian Summa, Juergen Teller, and Lena Unger