Restlicht. Osram München

Das Verwaltungsgebäude der Osram GmbH München dokumentiert zwischen 1965 und 2018 von Heinrich Heidersberger und HGEsch

  • ISBN: 978 3 8030 2217 2
  • Size: 21 x 26 cm, Hardcover
  • Edition: 1st edition, original edition


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  • Weight 0.765 kg
    Preface Gunter Henn
    Text Gunter Henn / Michael Steinbusch, Ursula Baus, Rolf Sachsse, Bernd Rodrian
    Photos Heinrich Heidersberger and HGEsch
    ISBN 978 3 8030 2217 2
    Size 21 x 26 cm, Hardcover
    Number of pages 168 pages
    Illustrations 109 illustrations
    Languages German, English
    Edition 1st edition, original edition
    Release April 2021
  • Walter Henn (1912-2006), professor at the TH Dresden 1947-1953 and at the TH Braunschweig 1953-1981. Office in Braunschweig.

    Gunter Henn (*1947), offices in Munich, Berlin and Beijing. Professor at TU Dresden 2000-2015 and visiting professor at MIT Cambridge.

    Martin Henn (*1979), studied at the TU Stuttgart, ETH Zurich and Columbia University New York. Stations with Zaha Hadid, London, and Asymptote, New York. Since 2008 HENN Office, Head of Design and Managing Director. New York.

    Heinrich Heidersberger, (b. 1906 in Ingolstadt), spent part of his childhood in Denmark, studied architecture in Graz, and in 1928 went to Paris as a painter, where he eventually switched to photography. A first commission in 1937 for the architect Herbert Rimpl established his style. After stations in Salzgitter and Braunschweig, he settled in Wolfsburg in 1961 at the invitation of the city, where he lived and worked until his death in 2006. His oeuvre includes approximately 130,000 images from the fields of architecture, reportage, industry and advertising, as well as experiments, which also include his algorithmic works, the rhythmograms.

    Hans Georg Esch (*1964 in Neuwied), completed a classical training as a photographer and has been self-employed as an architectural photographer and filmmaker since 1989; he lives and works in Hennef / Stadt Blankenberg. Today he is one of the most important interpreters of the latest architecture and avant-garde design worldwide. In addition, he has developed a number of artistic concepts, which are summarized in large image series and books. He also stages panoramas of cities and landscapes as wall-sized paintings or as walk-in rotundas that are set up in public places. In 2010, he documented Walter Henn’s Osram headquarters in Munich for the first time. Since it was decided in 2017 to demolish it, he prepared a comprehensive publication on this monument of modern architecture, which has now appeared with this book. Hans-Georg Esch has already dealt with the oeuvre of older photographers in earlier projects, such as the work of August Sander, Karl-Hugo Schmölz, and Wulf-Diether Graf zu Castell-Rüdenhausen.

    Ursula Baus first studied art history and philosophy in Saarbrücken, then architecture in Stuttgart and Paris. She was an editor at db and founded the partnership frei04 publizistik with like-minded colleagues. As a lecturer in architectural theory, she was also always on the lookout for young talent. Involved in various committees, foundations, boards of trustees, she is particularly interested in border areas: Architecture, city, economy, politics.

    Rolf Sachsse (*1949 in Bonn), trained as an architectural photographer and studied art history, communication research and literature. He was professor of design history and design theory at the Hochschule der Bildenden Künste in Saarbrücken.

    Bernd Rodrian (*1966), founded in 2002 together with Benjamin Heidersberger (*1957), the Institut Heidersberger, which researches and reworks the work of photographer Heinrich Heidersberger and publishes it as a living archive.

    Michael Steinbusch (*1970), Consulting Architecture and Communication, Radebeul near Dresden.



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