Getting Things Done - Volume 2
The Exhibition

  • Location
  • Year
  • Client
    Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs and the State of Vorarlberg
  • Brief
    Publication series
  • Team
    Denizhan and Wolfgang Fiel, Series concept, concept development, editors and authors
  • Collaborators
    Greg Bond and Simon Cowper, Translation and copy-editing/English text; Boris Bonev, Pre-print production; Lucas Breuer, Additional architectural photography; Thomas Hindelang, Communication and drawings; Gerhard Klocker, Video and audio recording, set photography and magazine photo essay; Claudia Mazanek, Copy-editing/German text; Clemens Theobert Schedler, Visual design of exhibition and magazines
  • Status
    Published by De Gruyter
  • Partner
    Vorarlberg Museum, Werkraum Bregenzerwald, Vorarlberg Travel

Vorarlberg is the most westerly and smallest of all the federal states in Austria. It has borders with southern Germany, Switzerland, and the Principality of Liechtenstein and has a population of little over 375,000. Its capital, Bregenz, is situated on Lake Constance. The region has seen its building culture develop at the hands of a movement that dates back to the late 1950s, early 1960s and has been labelled the Vorarlberger Bauschule (Vorarlberg School of Building), a name that long since resonates far beyond local and national borders and is used synonymously for the quality of its architecture.

The exhibitions´ inaugural showcase was held at Werkraum Bregenzerwald in September and October 2014. The publication is a comprehensive documentation of the curatorial research and the exhibition in its final form.


Getting Things Done - Volume 2
The Exhibition

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