Andri Gerber

Andri Gerber (PhD), born in 1974, is Professor for the History of Urban Design at the ZHAW in Winterthur. He is an expert of metaphors in the context of architecture and urban design. His research interests turn around the concept of space, from a phenomenological, a political and more recently from a cognitive perspective.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Architecture, Architecture and Design

Publications in the Series: Architecture

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Architectonics of Games Spaces
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Architectonics of Games Spaces

The Spatial Logic of the Virtual and Its Meaning for the Real

If reality is a construction and architecture is part of it, then the virtual spaces of games can teach us a lot about architecture and the role it plays in and for society.
Metaphors in Architecture and Urbanism
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Release date: 2013-07-15

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Metaphors in Architecture and Urbanism

An Introduction

This book discusses the nature of metaphors in architecture and urbanism. Through a multidisciplinary approach, it provides an overview as well as an in-depth investigation of the subject.

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