A+U 644 24:05 Manthey Kula

€ 22,50

Manthey Kula is a Norwegian architecture office founded in 2004 by Beate Hølmebakk and Per Tamsen. This issue is dedicated to their practice and presents thirteen built works and five projects on paper. The buildings result from the encounter between the given programme, sensitivity to the site, and methods of construction, while the architecture overall is based on storytelling, making, and how things are made. Manthey Kula uses words, drawings, and materials to construct a new and potent reality. Targeting the public realm of fiction through intuition and imagination, the projects featured here include a ferry port and hydro power station, plus memorials, a rest area, and houses.

Language English Japanese
Published 2024
Binding PBK
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