The main characteristic of Max Dudler s architecture is a combination of strict Swiss minimalism and classical rationalism that is found in both historical and contemporary architecture. This volume retraces Dudler s original approach to composition, developed over thirty years, through his most renowned projects, as documented with a selection of drawings and photographs of great visual impact. The renewed interest in rational design in the contemporary architecture community is highlighted by the growing number of publications that analyse this expressive style. The work of Max Dudler is a symbol and a reinterpretation of this unique expression of architecture in modern cities.
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Max Dudler is a leading architect in Berlin, where he lives and works, and he often collaborates with studios around the world. Among his most recent projects are the Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum in Berlin and The Europaallee in Zurich. Simone Boldrin is an architect and tutor in Berlin at the Kunstakademie Dusseldorf. Stefan Muller is an architecture photographer who has documented the works of Max Dudler, Ortner and Ortner, Kleihues + Kleihues and Schulz und Schulz.