Eckhard Gerber is one of the most significant architects of our time. Over a number of decades he was able to realize many public and private buildings that meet the highest of architectural standards. Signature Buildings in European, Asian and Arabic countries have cemented his reputation as a creative, internationally renowned architect and his works have been awarded national and international prizes. The scope of his realized projects ranges from landscape planning and urban redevelopment to high-rises, from administrative buildings to train stations, from residential buildings to university buildings and cultural venues.
Eckhard Gerber Baukunst 2 follows up the monograph about Eckhard Gerber published by JOVIS in 2013 and presents the most significant projects of recent years. The accompanying texts explain the relevance of the building projects with regard to contemporary history and architecture theory. Projects that have not been built and an index of his œuvre round off the volume edited by the architecture historian Frank R. Werner.