Current issue: 6 – 2020

More than Nature

Philosophers have recently asserted that “nature as such does not exist.” Certainly, this does not mean that the trees in front of the office window are only imagined or do not exist at all – but rather that the term “nature” is always shaped by human thought and action. Nature only represents a constructed selection of what we humans call “cosmos” or “world”.

Reading architecture

werk, bauen + wohnen presents topical and critical reports about architecture within the international context. The theme-based issues offer in-depth analyses, comparisons and background information. The voice of the BSA (Bund Schweizer Architekten / Federation of Swiss Architects), werk, bauen + wohnen is in its 107th year of publication.