Tom Avermaete is associate professor of architecture at the TU Delft with a special research interest in the post-war public realm and the architecture of the city in Western and non-Western contexts. His PhD focused on the work of the French contributors to the Team 10 group: Candilis-Josic-Woods. He was an external lecturer at Copenhagen University (1996-2005), researcher at the Catholic University Leuven (1997-2003) and coordinator of the Centre for Flemish Architectural Archives (2003-2006). He is an editor of OASE Architectural Journal, The Nordic Journal of Architecture and one of the initiators of the research and exhibition project „In the Desert of Modernity: Colonial Planning and After“ (Berlin 2008, Casablanca 2009, Marseille 2013). He currently prepares the following publications: Making a New World? Re-Forming and Designing Modern Communities (with Rajesh Heyninck, Leuven University Press, 2012) and Hotel Lobbies: Anonymous Domesticity and Public Discretion (with Anne Massey, Routledge, 2012).
- Structuralism Reloaded: Rule-Based Design in Architecture and Urbanism. With Tomas Valena and Georg Vrachliotis. Stuttgart/London 2011.
- Colonial Modern: Aesthetics of the Past, Rebellions for the Future. with Serhat Karakayali and Marion von Osten. London 2010.
- Architectural Positions: On Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere. With Klaske Havik and Hans Teerds. Amsterdam 2009.
- Another Modern: The Post-war Architecture of Candilis-Josic-Woods. Rotterdam 2005.
Stephen Bates is an architect and professor of urbanism and housing at the TU Munich. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1989. In 1996, together with Jonathan Sergison, he established Sergison Bates architects, whose work has been published and exhibited widely. In 2006 they won international recognition with the Heinrich Tessenow Gold Medal for Architecture 2006 and the Erich Schelling Medal for Architecture 2006 and in 2008 work by the practice was selected for the British Pavilion at the Architecture Biennale in Venice. Stephen Bates has taught at schools of architecture in the UK and abroad, including the Architectural Association in London, the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura (ESARQ) at the Universidad Internacional de Catalunya (UIC), Barcelona, the ETH Zurich and the EPF Lausanne. In addition to his academic commitments, Stephen Bates lectures and writes regularly on architecture. He has been a member of a number of prestigious international juries, among them the Premis FAD 2008 for Spanish and Portuguese architecture and the RIBA Stirling Prize 2009.
- Papers 2. A collection of illustrated papers by Jonathan Sergison and Stephen Bates written between 2002 and 2007. Barcelona 2007.
- Brick-work: thinking and making. Zürich 2005.
- 2G N. 34: Sergison Bates. Barcelona 2005.
- Papers. A collection of illustrated papers by Jonathan Sergison and Stephen Bates written between 1996 and 2001. Barcelona 2001.
Beatriz Colomina is professor of architecture and founding director of the program in Media and Modernity at Princeton University. She has been working on questions of architecture and media and has been on the editorial boards of magazines such as Daidalos and Grey Room. For her work she has received many grants and fellowships including the Graham Foundation, The Chicago Institute for Architecture and Fondation Le Corbusier. Beatriz Colomina is the author of Privacy and Publicity: Modern Architecture as Mass Media, which was awarded the 1995 International Book Award by the American Institute of Architects and has been published in eight languages, Sexuality and Space which was awarded the 1993 International Book Award by the American Institute of Architects and Domesticity at War. Recently she curated the exhibition “Clip/Stamp/Fold: The Radical Architecture of Little Magazines 196X-197X”, which opened at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York and traveled to the CCA in Montreal, Documenta 12, the Architectural Association in London, Norsk Form in Oslo, the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver, the Disseny Hub Barcelona, the Colegio de Arquitectos de Murcia and the NAI Maastricht/Bureau Europe in Maastricht. Her next research project is X-Ray Architecture: Illness as Metaphor.
- Unverbrauchte Luft. Alison und Peter Smithson´s House of the Future. In Arch+ 198/199. Berlin 2010.
- Clip/Stamp/Fold: The Radical Architecture of Little Magazines 196X – 197X. With Craig Buckley. Barcelona, Basel, New York 2010.
- Domesticity at War. Cambridge, MA 2007.
- Privacy and Publicity: Modern Architecture as Mass Media. Cambridge, MA 1996.
- Sexuality and Space. Princeton Papers on Architecture. New York 1996
Werner Durth is professor of architectural theory and history at the TU Darmstadt. He studied architecture and urban planning at the TU Darmstadt and sociology and philosophy at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University in Frankfurt / Main. After his dissertation he was scientific assistant at the Institute for Sociology at the TU Darmstadt. In 1981 he was professor of environmental design at the Johannes-Gutenberg University Mainz and in 1993 professor of basics of modern architecture and design at the University Stuttgart. In 1992 he was awarded the Erich-Schelling-Price for Architectural Theory and in 2004 the Fritz-Schumacher Price for Urban Research. He is fellow of various foundations and associations, as the German Academy for Urban and Regional Spatial Planning (1978), the Academy of Arts, Berlin (1989), the Saxon Academy of the Arts, Dresden (2001) and since 2005 of the Ukranian Academy for Architecture, Kiev. Werner Durth works as an architect and urban planner and was co-editor of the magazines Arch+ and Stadtbauwelt.
- Baukultur. Spiegel gesellschaftlichen Wandels. (mit Paul Sigel). Berlin 2009.
- Deutsche Architekten. Biographische Verflechtungen 1900-1970. Braunschweig / Wiesbaden 1986, 2001.
- Ostkreuz/Aufbau. Architektur und Stadtplanung der DDR, 1998 (mit Niels Gutschow und Jörn Düwel). Frankfurt / New York 1998.
- Träume in Trümmern. Planungen zum Wiederaufbau im Westen Europas 1940-1960. (mit Niels Gutschow). Braunschweig / Wiesbaden 1988.
- Die Inszenierung der Alltagswelt. Zur Kritik der Stadtgestaltung. Darmstadt 1976.
Kenneth Frampton is an architect, architectural historian and critic. He is professor emeritus of architectural history and theory at the Columbia University in New York. He studied at the Guildford School of Art and at the Architectural Association in London (1950 – 56). From 1960 to 1963 he worked as an editor of the magazine Architectural Design in London. From 1964 to 1972, Kenneth Frampton taught at the Princeton University, as well as at the Columbia University (1972 – 74) and at the Royal College of Arts in London (1974 – 77). He held various guest professorships at international renowned universities as the ETH Zurich, the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam, the EPF Lausanne and the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio. He is a member of the Institute for Architectural and Urban Studies in New York as well as he was co-editor of the architectural periodical Oppositions. Kenneth Frampton published some important standard works in the context of architectural history of the 20th Century. Amongst others he gained international recognition with his essay „Towards a Critical Regionalism“ in 1983.
- Modern Architecture: A Critical History (World of Art). London 2007.
- Team 10 and the Challenge of the Megalopolis: between counterform and infrastructure 1952 – 73. In: Team 10. In Search of a Utopia of the Present 1953 – 81. Max Risselada & Dirk van den Heuvel (Hg.). Rotterdam 2006.
- Labour, Work and Architecture. London 2002.
- Grundlagen der Architektur. Studien zur Kultur des Tektonischen. Grabenstätt 1993.
- "Towards a Critical Regionalism: Six Points for an Architecture of Resistance". In The Anti-Aesthetic: Essays on Postmodern Culture. Port Townsen. 1983.
Jörg H. Gleiter is an architect and professor of aesthetics at the Faculty of Design and Arts of Free University of Bolzano. He studied architecture at the TU Berlin, at the VIU Venice and at the Columbia University New York. He worked as an architect from 1989 to 1992 in New York (Eisenman Architects and Lesser Architecture) and from 1992 to 1995 in Frankfurt / Main and in Berlin. Since 1995 he has been teaching theory of architecture and aesthetics at various universities in Germany and abroad. In 2002 he received his doctoral degree from the Bauhaus-University Weimar and in 2007 also defended his professorial thesis at Bauhaus-University Weimar. Jörg Gleiter was a visiting professor of philosophy of architecture at the VIU in Venice (2003) and at the Waseda University in Tokyo (2003-05), he was guest professor of architectural theory and design at the Bauhaus-University from 2005 to 2007 and visiting professor of aesthetics at the Free University of Bolzano (2005-08). Jörg Gleiter is the founder and editor of the book series ArchitekturDenken (Transcript Verlag Bielefeld).
- Urgeschichte der Moderne. Zur Theorie der Geschchite der Architektur. Bielefeld. 2010.
- Der philosophische Flaneur – Nietzsche und die Architektur. Würzburg. 2009.
- Architekturtheorie Heute. Bielefeld. 2008.
- Einfühlung und phänomenologische Reduktion. Grundlagentexte zu Architektur, Design und Kunst. With Thomas Friedrich, Münster. 2007.
- Rückkehr des Verdrängten. Zur kritischen Theorie des Ornaments in der architektonischen Moderne. Weimar. 2002.
Liane Lefaivre is professor of architectural history and theory at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Her work is devoted to architectural culture and architectural criticism in the framework of cognitive history, architectural history, creativity, the cognitive/conceptual aspects of the modern in Western culture. Her work relates to two periods: early modern (Renaissance to the end of the 18th century), and post-World War II. She has been a fellow at MIT in Cambridge and at the National University of Singapore. Amongst others, she has lectured at Columbia University, MIT, Princeton University, the National Gallery in Washington, DC, The University of California at Berkeley and the Politecnico of Milan. Liane Lefaivre introduced the notion of „Dirty Realism“ (1989) into the field of architecture, together with Alex Tzonis she introduced the concept of „Populism“ (1976) and „Critical Regionalism“ (1981). Liane Lefaivre has been on the boards of Design Book Review, Archithese and Architecture Magazine and is currently on the board of The Journal of Architecture in London and that of The Architect’s Newspaper (New York). She curated the exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam on Aldo van Eyck’s playgrounds and edited the catalogue Aldo Van Eyck, The Playgrounds and the City (2002).
- Architecture of Regionalism in the Global Age. Hills and Valleys in the Flat World. With Alexander Tzonis. London 2011.
- Ground-Up City: Play as a Design Tool. In Cooperation with Dollab. Rotterdam 2006.
- Critical Regionalism. Architecture and Identity in a Globalizing World. With Alexander Tzonis. München 2004.
- The Emergence of Modern Architecture, London 2004
- Leon Battista Alberti's Hypnerotomachia Poliphili. Re-Configuring the Architectural Body in the Early Italian Renaissance. Cambridge, MA 1997
Luca Molinari is an architectural historian and critic. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan and received his doctoral degree in theory and history of architecture at the TU Delft. Since 2003 he is associate professor of history of contemporary architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, Naples „Luigi Vanvitelli“. Before he was guest professor at the Academy of Fine Art of Guangzhou (China). Luca Molinari curated several exhibitions in the architectural and contemporary art field, such as: “Santiago Calatrava. Work in Progress“ (Triennale, Milano), „Environments, Counterenvironments: Experimental Media in Italy“ and „The New Domestic Landscape“ at MoMA 1972. From 2000 to 2004 he was the curator for architecture and urbanism of the Triennale of Milan and member of the Scientific Comitee of the Triennale. During this period he conceived, produced and organized a series of public events such as the the first edition of the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture and the Festival of Architecture. In 2010 he was the curator of the Italian pavilion at the 12th international architecture exhibition, Biennale Venice. He has been awarded as best Italian architectural critic (2006) by the X. Venice Biennale with “Ernesto N. Rogers prize” and with the UIA Jean Tschumi Prize for architectural criticism (2008).
- Casa van den Broek, Rotterdam, Paesi Bassi, 1948 – 1952. In: Seven Avant-Garde Houses. p. 56-81. Maurizio Coen. Bruxelles 2008.
- Continuità: a response to identity crisis. Ernesto Nathan Rogers and Italian architectural culture after 1945. Delft. 2008.
- Massimiliano Fuksas. Works and Projects 1970 – 2005. Mailand / Genf 2006.
- The spirits of architecture – Team 10 and the case of Urbino. In: Team 10. In search of a Utopia of the present. Dirk van den Heuvel, Max Risselada. Rotterdam 2006.
- Atlas. North American Architecture Trends 1990 – 2000. Mailand / Genf 2001.
Joan Ockman is an architectural historian and critic. She directed the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University from 1994 to 2008 and taught at the Columbia University´s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in New York for over two decades. She has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Yale, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and the Berlage Institute. Her edited volume Architecture School: Three Centuries of Educating Architects in North America will be published in 2012. Her essays and reviews have appeared widely in journals and anthologies and she has served as a keynote speaker at many international conferences and events. She began her career at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in New York in the 1970s, where she was an editor of Oppositions journal and executive editor of Oppositions Books. Joan Ockman is currently completing a book on architecture and the Cold War.
- Architecture School: Three Centuries of Educating Architects in North America. Cambridge MA 2012.
- Donogoo-Tonka or the Miracles of Science by Jules Romains. Afterword by Joan Ockman. New York 2008.
- Architourism: Authentic, Escapist, Exotic, Spectecular. Munich 2005.
- Out of Ground Zero: Case Studies in Urban Reinvention. Munich 2002.
- The Pragmatist Imagination: Thinking about Things in the Making. New York 2001.
Werner Oechslin is professor emeritus for art history and architectural history at the ETH Zurich and scientific director of the Werner Oechslin Library Foundation in Einsiedeln, which was founded by him. After studies of art history, archaelogy, mathematics and philosophy he received his doctoral degree in 1970 in Zurich. He taught at the MIT in Boston (1975, 1978), at the RISD Providence (1979) and at the Free University Berlin (1979-1980) where he habilitated in 1980. From 1980 to 185 he held a professorship at the University Bonn. From 1985 to 2010 he was professor for art and architectural history at the ETH Zurich and was head of the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta) from 1986 to 2006. Werner Oechslin holds the Innerschweizer Kulturpreis and honory doctorates from the University of Antwerp, the Università della Svizzera Italiana and from the Technical University Munich.
- „To facilitate their acquirement.“ The Elements of Euclid - By Oliver Byrne. Herausgeberschaft und Kommentar Werner Oechslin. Köln 2010.
- Le radici tedesche dell´architettura moderna. Gli escordi del Werkbund e di Mies. Torino 2008.
- Palladianismus. Zürich 2008.
- Moderne entwerfen. Köln 1999.
- Stilhülse und Kern. Otto Wagner, Adolf Loos und der evolutionäre Weg zur modernen Architektur. Zürich / Berlin 1994.
Ingrid Scheurmann is a historian and monument conservator and since march 2008 she holds the interim-professorship for preservation studies and applied building material research at the TU Dresden. Additionally, she is head of the Master´s Program Historic Preservation and Urban Development, at the TU Dresden and lecturer at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts. From 2009 to 2012 she managed the Part-Project “Between History and Historiography – Theoretical Discourses of Historical Building Preservation“ as part of the BMBF-Research Project „Denkmal-Werte-Dialog. Historisch-kritische Analyse und systematisch-praktische Konzeption denkmalpflegerischer Leitwerte“. Ingrid Scheurmannn is a member of the Advisory Board for Historical Monuments, Brandenburg as well as a board member of the reserach group Theory and Teaching of Historical Preservation, a member of the German National Committee for Historical Preservation, of the Dehio-Coalition and of ICOMOS. In 2005 Ingrid Scheurmann was the manager of the exhibition „ZeitSchichten – erkennen und erhalten. Denkmalpflege in Deutschland“ at the Residenzschloss Dresden.
- DenkMal. Bauten des 20. Jahrhunderts – Herausforderung für die Denkmalpflege. Schriftenreihe des Masterstudiengangs Denkmalpflege und Stadtentwicklung. Mit Olav Helbig. Dresden. 2010.
- DENKmalWERT. Beiträge zur Theorie und Aktualität der Denkmalpflege. Georg Mörsch zum 70. Geburtstag. Mit Hans-Rudolf Meier. München, Berlin. 2010.
- Stadtbild in der Denkmalpflege. Begriff – Kontext – Programm. In: Brandt, Sigrid; Meier, Hans-Rudolf (Hg.): Stadtbild und Denkmalpflege. Konstruktion und Rezeption von Bildern der Stadt. Berlin 2008.
- Echt – alt – schön – wahr. Zeitschichten der Denkmalpflege. Mit Hans-Rudolf Meier. München, Berlin. 2006.
- ZeitSchichten – erkennen und erhalten. Denkmalpflege in Deutschland. Katalogbuch zur gleichnamigen Ausstellung im Residenzschloss Dresden. München, Berlin. 2005.
Vladimír Šlapeta is a professor for architectural history and theory and the director of the department of architectural history at the TU Brno. From 1965 to 1972 he studied architecture at the Czech Technical University in Prague. From 1973 to 1991 he was head of the Architecture Collection of the National Museum of Technology in Prague. Between 1991 and 2001 he was several times dean of the faculties of architecture at the Czech Technical University Prague and the TU Brno. Vladimir Šlapeta has taught at the Technical Universities in Berlin and Vienna and at the University of Ljubljana. He is a member of the Academy of Arts Berlin, in 1992 he was a fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin and in 2000 he was a research scholar of the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) in Montréal. Vladimir Šlapeta has been awarded several prizes for his works, such as the Medal of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (1993) and the Prize of the city Brno in 2009.
- The Famous Villas of Bohemia and Moravia. With Zatloukal. Prague 2010.
- Baba 1932, plans and models. With Šenberger and Urlich. Prague 2000.
- Adolf Loos and Czech architecture, Prague 1984.
- Bata 1910-1950, architecture and urbanism, Zlín 1991.
- Czech Functionalism 1918-1938, London 1987.
Laurent Stalder is professor of architectural theory at the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture (gta) at the ETH Zurich. After graduating from the ETH Zurich in architecture, he was a scholar of the Swiss Institute for Egyptian Building Material Research and Archaelogy in Cairo, Egypt. From 1997 to 2000 he was an assistant at the Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta) at the ETH Zurich, where he received his doctor´s degree in 2002. From 2002 to 2006 he was assistant professor at the Department for History at the Université Laval de Québec in Canada, and in 2009 he was a Visting Scholar at the Department of Architecture at the MIT in Cambridge. Since 2006 he is professor of architectural theory at the Department for Architecture at the ETH Zurich. His research focuses intensely on the understanding of the profound changes in technology and society over the course of the twentieth century, on the one hand as the new framework for architectural production and on the other as new points of reference for architectural design. His most recent project focuses on the Appliance House.
- Archplus 191/192. Sondernummer: Schwellenatlas, mit Elke Beyer, Kim Förster, Anke Hagemann. Berlin 2009.
- “CIAM X. Mobilität und mobile Architektur in den Architekturdebatten der Nachkriegszeit”, in: Transit 15, S. 40–45. 2009.
- “‹New Brutalism›, ‹topology› and ‹Image›: Some remarks on the architectural debates in England around 1950”, in: Journal of Architecture 13, 3, S. 263–281. 2008.
- Hermann Muthesius – Das Landhaus als kulturgeschichtlicher Entwurf, Zurich, 2008.
- Valerio Olgiati. Köln 2008
Philip Ursprung is a historian of arts and architecture. From 1983 – 1993, he studied art history, history, and German literature in Geneva, Vienna, and Berlin, receiving his PhD from the Free University Berlin in 1993. He taught at the Université de Genève , the University of the Arts Berlin, and the University of Zurich. In 2007 he was visiting professor at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation of Columbia University New York. Since 2011 he is professor of history of art and architecture at Institute for the History and Theory of Architecture (gta) at the ETH Zurich. In 2011 he was a visiting professor at the BiARCH of the Barcelona Institute of Architecture. Philip Ursprung was a visiting curator at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montréal where he curated “Herzog & de Meuron: Archeology of the Mind” (2002). Philip Ursprung is member of the Zentrum Geschichte des Wissens, a competence center founded in 2005 by the ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich.
- Die Kunst der Gegenwart. 1960 bis heute. München 2010.
- Caruso St John: Almost Everything. Barcelona 2008.
- Studio Olafur Eliasson. An Encyclopedia. Köln 2008.
- Pictures of Architecture, Architecture of Pictures. A Conversation between Jacques Herzog and Jeff Wall, moderated by Philip Ursprung. Wien 2004.
- Herzog & de Meuron: Natural History. ed., cat. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal. Baden 2002.
Dirk van den Heuvel is an architect and associate professor at the TU Delft. He studied architecture at the TU Delft from 1986 to 1994. His expertise is in the field of postwar modern architecture. He has worked as an architect for the offices of Neutelings Riedijk Architecten and De Nijl Architecten. Dirk van den Heuvel is an editor of the online journal for architecture theory Footprint and of the bi-annual publication series Delft Architectural Studies on Housing - DASH (NAi Publishers), before, he was an editor of the Dutch journal OASE (1993-1999). He was involved in the internet platform Team 10 Online, the exhibition „Team10 – A Utopia of the Present“ and the accompanieing book published in 2005. From 2008 to 2009 he acted as guest curator to the Maastricht based NAiM/Bureau Europa.
- Alison and Peter Smithson: A Brutalist History Involving the House, the City and the Everyday (and a Couple of Other Things), dissertation TU Delft, 2012
- 'Le présent de l'utopique: la grille de réidentification urbaine d'Alison et Peter Smithson'. In: Bonillo, Massu, Pinson (eds.), La modernité critique, autour du CIAM 9 d'Aix-en-Provence – 1953. Marseille 2006.
- Team 10 (1953-1981) - In Search of a Utopia of the Present. With Max Risselada. Rotterdam 2005.
- Alison and Peter Smithson - From the House of the Future to a House of Today. With Max Risselada. Rotterdam 2004.
- 'As Found: the Metamorphosis of the Everyday. On the Work of Nigel Henderson, Eduardo Paolozzi, and Alison and Peter Smithson (1953-1956)'. In: OASE, #59, 2002.
- 'Die Diagramme des Team 10'. In: Daidalos, #74, 2000.
Adrian von Buttlar is professor of history of modern art at the TU Berlin. He studied art history, archaelogy and sociology in Munich and London (Courtauld Institute), he was a scholar of the German National Academic Foundation. In 1977 he received his doctor´s degree and in 1984 he habilitated focussing on the work of Leo von Klenze. From 1977 to 1985 he was a scientific assistant and lecturer at the universities of Munich, Trier and Augsburg. From 1985 to 2001 he was professor at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität in Kiel. Since 2005 he is dean of the Faculty of the Humanities at the TU Berlin. Adrian von Buttlar is member of various advisory boards, he was chairman of the Advisory Board for Historical Monumets, Berlin (1996 – 2009), board member of the scientific advisory council of the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (2001 – 2008). Since 2008 he is chairman of the curatorial of the Central Institute of Art History in Munich.
- Denkmalpflege statt Attrappenkult. Gegen die Rekonstruktion von Baudenkmälern - eine Anthologie. Bauwelt Fundamente 146). Mit Gabi Dolff-Bonekämper. Basel 2011.
- Denkmal! Moderne. Architektur der 60er Jahre. Wiederentdeckung einer Epoche. Mit Christoph Heuter. Berlin 2007.
- Leo von Klenze, Leben - Werk - Vision, München 1999.
- Der Englische Landsitz 1715-1760. Symbol eines liberalen Weltentwurfs. Münchner Universitätsschriften. Philosophische Fakultät für Geschichts- und Kunstwissenschaften. Studia Iconologica Bd.6, von Friedrich Piel und Hermann Bauer. Mittenwald 1982.
- Der Landschaftsgarten. Heyne Stilkunde Bd. 22. München 1980.
Stanislaus von Moos is emeritus professor of history of modern art at the University of Zurich. He has taught at a number of American and European universities, including Harvard University, the Technische Hogeschool in Delft, the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and Princeton University, where he was the Jean Labatut visiting professor of architecture in 1997. After spending some time at the Department of Architecture at the ETH Zurich, and getting his Ph.D. from Zurich University, he was editor of the influential architectural quarterly archithese, which was founded in 1970. Parallel to his work on Italian Renaissance architecture, the history of industrial design, and of modern architecture, Stanislaus von Moos has organized and co-organized various exhibitions on art and architecture, and in particular on the work of Le Corbusier and Venturi, Scott Brown & Associates. In 1998 he was awarded the Erich-Schelling prize for architectural theory. He is currently acting as co-curator of a retrospective exhibition on the work of Louis I. Kahn scheduled to be shown in 2012.
- Venturi Scott Brown & Associates. Buildings and Projects 1986 – 1998. New York 2002.
- Le Corbusier: Architectural Studies, Interiors, Painting and Photography. New Haven 2002.
- Fernand Leger: La Ville. Zeitdruck, Grossstadt, Wahrnehmung. Frankfurt am Main 1999.
- Minimal Tradition. Max Bill and Simple Architecture. Zürich 1996.
- Monotonie. In: Werk-Archithese,1. Mit A. Smithson, P. Smithson, W. Oechslin, S. von Moos, H. Lipstadt. 1977.