The British architect David Chipperfield in conversation with FSB over 25 years of work on Berlin's Museum Island, about Mies van der Rohe's planning errors and why he became an architect in the first place.
Good architecture is also the sum of perfect details. We give little thought to many of them in day-to-day use. How about the doorknob. There is hardly a component that we pick up that often. If you want to know more about it, you should go to FSB in Brakel. A factory visit.
She belongs to a very talented generation of Mexican architects. And is part of a widespread family of architects. Tatiana Bilbao from Mexico City will hold this year's “Architecture Speech” at the invitation of FSB. On Friday, July 21, 2017, she will present her work in the Marta Herford Museum. A portrait of the architect.
Today Jasper Morrison is one of the greats in design. But his career began in Berlin - and at FSB. The door handle 1144 was one of his first works and is also in the exhibition “Jasper Morrison. Thingness ”, which the Berlin Bauhaus Archive will be showing from March 22, 2017. A conversation about Berlin, Brakel and Tokyo.
A British cliché: understatement. Proof of how true this cliché is: John Pawson. The architect is not only known for his quiet, concentrated buildings. He himself also relies on the discreet appearance in the background. A conversation about concrete, passion and his new door handle 1242 for FSB.