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Peter Zumthor – Architecture & the Essentialist of the Sensual

Posted by the editors on Sunday, 13 March 2011



Bruder Klaus, a chapel in western Germany design by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, sits on a ridge outside a forest

image: Julian Faulhaber for The New York Times

Michael Kimmelman has written a long, fascinating article entitled “The Ascension of Peter Zumthor” in the Magazine section of The New York Times on the Pritzker Prize-winning Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, his views, manner of reflection, and, of course, his work.

Very nice slideshow, here.

Previous designalog posts on Peter Zumthor (Peter Zumthor – Discretion, Beauty & the 2009 Pritzker Prize for Architecture), here.

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