HIRSCH, Nikolaus

Recent Work

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Date: Thursday 31 January 2002
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Running time: 94 mins

The work of Nikolaus Hirsch explores the impact of temporal phenomena on architectural and urban conditions through textual and material investigations. The latter testing field involves work widely differing in scale, including urban landscape projects like the monument Track 17 in Berlin and a master plan for a disused railway station in Munich, as well as a recently completed synagogue in Dresden.



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