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Gunther Domenig Structures That Fit My Nature
Gunther Domenig talks about two projects he has worked on: repurposing the Nazi Congress Hall in Nuremberg into a documentation...

Gunther Domenig Structures That Fit My Nature

March 31, 2005 | Video Lecturer:
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Gunther Domenig talks about two projects he has worked on: repurposing the Nazi Congress Hall in Nuremberg into a documentation center, and the ongoing design of his house in Steindorf Austria. In the documentation center in Nuremberg, Domenig penetrated the fragmented existing structure with a spear that serves as a main circulation shaft. Domenig’s “Steinhaus” is a house that emulates the mountains and stone of its landscape. He considers the house his life’s work and uses concrete, steel and glass to produce an explosion of shapes and spaces.

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Eric Owen Moss and Peter Noever introduce Gunther Domenig. Noever argues that Domenig has made significant contributions to...
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Domenig gives a detailed description of his documentation center in the Nazi Congress Hall in Nuremberg. While leaving most of...
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Domenig desribes his house, Steinhaus, in Steindorf, Austria. Inspired by the mountains and stones in the region,...