In 2020, two new books by Christine Nickl-Weller and Hans Nickl will be published by Braun Publishing AG:
Architecture for Health
Christine Nickl-Weller and Hans Nickl have been engaged with questions of hospital construction for 40 years. They consider the hospital on different levels, drawing on their comprehensive wealth of experience in both practical work and academic research. From the context of urban structures and social developments, as a highly specialised building type with its own functional requirements, as a place of work and healing with all of its everyday life dimensions to issues of internal and external design.
This holistic look at hospital construction is enriched by contributions from renowned authors from different disciplines such as healthcare management, psychology, landscape architecture and art history.
Architecture for Health thus makes for informative and inspiring reading for architects and specialist planners, decision makers, building owners and investors in the healthcare sector as well as for all those who take a holistic approach to architecture and healthcare.
Architecture for Science
With the book Architecture for Science, Christine Nickl-Weller and Hans Nickl share their 40-year wealth of experience in the planning of research and science buildings and open the discussion about social importance, workplace requirements and future challenges.
In doing so, the interdisciplinary approach is of decisive importance and architects, urban and specialist planners as well as scientists in various areas of research have their say.
Architecture for Science targets architects and specialist planners, decision makers, building owners and investors in the field of science buildings as well as all those who take a holistic approach to architecture and knowledge creation.
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