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Single-Family Houses: Contemporary Homes in Germany

Chris van Uffelen

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Braun Publishing AG
15 February 2020
Architectural structure & design
An extraordinary variety of well-designed middle-class family dwellings in Germany For many people home ownership is one of the most important goals in life and the biggest private investment. In Germany about two thirds of the residential building stock consists of single-family homes. With 80.000 to 90.000 new residences built every year it is by far the most important construction task for architects in this country.

For this volume, the author has selected outstanding con-temporary concepts and designs that deserve to be noticed and appreciated much more. Neither luxury villa nor mass housing, all homes are within a middle-class budget. Apart from ground plans and elevations, key figures on square meters, building price and construction duration, facts on ecological aspects, materials used and, last but not least, the respective architects offer the potential builder exeedingly practical benefits.
By:   Chris van Uffelen
Imprint:   Braun Publishing AG
Country of Publication:   Switzerland
Dimensions:   Height: 280mm,  Width: 220mm, 
Weight:   1.600kg
ISBN:   9783037682531
ISBN 10:   3037682531
Pages:   368
Publication Date:   15 February 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Core topic for Chris van Uffelen is the transfer of knowledge about design in all its manifestations. For more than twenty years the Dutch-German art historian has been publishing books as well as countless essays and articels on art, architecture, interior design and urban planning from antiquity to the present. He is particular interested in the effects of architecture on public spaces. In his editorial office he provides a wide range of services for the publishing industry. He also runs his own small publishing house.

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