Current issue: 5 – 2019

Joining in Wood

Two people meet each other: under favourable circumstances this can result in a relationship that changes both of them. Or: two vehicles meet; they come too close to each other, and the result is material damage. To use the language of philosophy: when two objects connect a third object can be created, which in turn exerts an effect on the original two. Here it is irrelevant whether this third object is material or abstract.

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 106th year of publication.