After studying architecture at the Technical University of Munich and the University of Tokyo, Claudia Hildner interned with Baumeister magazine in 2006. She later worked as a freelance editor, among others, for the Metamorphose – Bauen im Bestand. From 2009 to 2011, she was based in Tokyo, and in the following years, her books “Kleine Häuser” and “Future Living” were published by Birkhäuser Verlag. Hildner was an editor from 2019 to 2022 for the online encyclopedia “Baunetz Wissen”. In August 2022, she joined the Detail editorial team, where she focuses on product-related topics.
Foto: Jakob Schoof
Dynamic wooden roofs
Sports Facilities near Paris by Explorations Architecture
In Vanves near Paris, the roofs of two sports facilities by Explorations Architecture demonstrate how dynamic constructions can be realised in wood.
A mixed-use urban mansion
Residential and Office Building in Bregenz by Dietrich Untertrifaller
The residential and office building planned by Dietrich Untertrifaller’s architecture studio occupies an eye-catching corner in diverse surroundings at the centre of Bregenz.
Walls and layers
Casa 905 Detached House near Barcelona by Harquitectes
Harquitectes studio planned the family residence in Igualada, near Barcelona as an introverted core complemented by a flexible zone of living and work quarters.
A landmark in the périphérie
Sports Hall by Bohuon Bertic Architectes near Nantes
With its curved facade of rhombic aluminum shingles, the gymnasium at the La Chesnaie recreational centre located in the suburbs of Nantes resembles a metallic sculpture.
An artificial boulder
The Chapel of Sound Concert Hall near Beijing
The Chapel of Sound concert hall, located in a mountainous national park northeast of Beijing, is a half-open, monolithic concrete construction that makes it possible to directly experience both weather and landscape.