Vibrations narrates from within and around buildings. Through works by the Danish drawing office Lundgaard & Tranberg Architects, the architecture editor of the newspaper Politiken, Karsten R.S. Ifversen, examines the art of making architecture vibrate on the spot, in human beings and with its time. With a philosophical gaze and in clear language, he answers the question: What makes good architecture?
To examine this, Ifversen attempts to grasp what it is about Lundgaard & Tranberg that makes them the most influential Danish drawing office of our time. In the foreword, Karsten R.S. Ifversen writes: “They take their point of departure in a Nordic tradition and the conditions of the place, but their will to renew architecture transcends the merely local and places them in a class with some of the world’s leading drawing offices.”
Photos by Jens Lindhe
The rights of this book belongs to Hatje Cantz.