Neubau Forst Catalogue, Lars Müller Publishers (2014)
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    Neubau Forst Catalogue Urban Tree Collection for the Modern Architect & Designer Edited by Neubau (Gandl, Ganz, Grünberger, Cottis, Heys) Published by Lars Müller Publishers — Available October 2014, 240 × 280 × 50 mm, 9.5 × 11 × 1.98 in, 432 pages, 765 full-color illustrations, (315 HD-bitmap tree masks, 327 HD-bitmap tree modules, 40 HD vector trees, 72 illus. of bark, 144 documentary illus.), paperback ISBN 978-3-03778-435-8, English — Like Gandl’s best sellers, Neubau Welt (2005) and Neubau Modul (2007), this new volume, Neubau Forst Catalogue, is a print survey of a digital library of images and vectors. — Neubau Forst Catalogue is the book that architects, designers, graphic designers, and illustrators have only dreamed of until now. — Neubau Forst Catalogue is a collection of detailed silhouettes of urban trees and separate tree sculptures. In years of manual work, using a method developed especially for this project, these details have been digitally removed from their original urban surroundings in Berlin. The materials are distinguished by their extent, outstanding quality of detail, and excellent resolution of the usual autotraced digital tree library. The Berlin trees were selected according to a special matrix. The letters of the name of the design studio, |N|e|u|b|a|u|, were laid over a map of Berlin. The trees that were located at the structural anchor points of the letters were marked to appear in the Neubau Forst Catalogue. Over a period of time, from 2009 to 2014, these trees were systematically photographed, documented, and catalogued in the summer and winter seasons. Neubau’s process of selection and distillation gives the trees a timeless validity, and they can be used universally in future images. Additionally, so-called “tree modules” were removed from existing separate trees. They can be set in front of both dark and light backgrounds of any kind and photographed without any fl ash. There are endless combinations of ready-to-use trees and different modules. Typefaces, geometric patterns, and pictograms are the major building blocks that the Austrian born, Berlin based designer Stefan Gandl has used to construct not only his studio, Neubau, but also an entirely new realm of signs, which he and his international team are constantly expanding.   Stefan’s Neubau Forst Team (2009—14):   Akane Sakai (JP) Bhav Mistry (UK) Benjamin Ganz (CH) Cezanne Noordhoek (NL) Christoph Grünberger (DE) Daniel Cottis (US) David Pope (IR) François Leherissier (FR) Joerg Petri (DE) Lukas Reinhard (DE) Marine Stephane (FR) Margarida Castel-Branco (PT) Marius Hanf (DE) Maximilian Voormann (DE) Miriam Busch (DE) Moritz Otten (DE) Oriol Salles (ES) Paul Heys (UK) Robert Loeber (UK) Thomas Holmes (UK) Will Smith (UK) Read Less
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Neubau Forst Catalogue
Urban Tree Collection for the Modern Architect & Designer
Generated & Designed by Neubau
 
240 × 280 × 50 mm, 9.5 × 11 × 1.98 in
432 pages, 765 full-color illustrations
(315 HD-bitmap tree masks, 327 HD-bitmap tree modules, 40 HD
vector trees, 72 illus. of bark, 144 documentary illus.), paperback
ISBN 978-3-03778-435-8, English
 
From the author & editor of ‘Neubau Welt’, ‘Neubau Modul’ & ‘Neubauism
Stefan Gandl
 

Like Gandl’s bestsellers, Neubau Welt (2005) and Neubau Modul (2007), this new volume, Neubau Forst Catalogue, is a print survey of a digital library of images and vectors.

Neubau Forst Catalogue is a collection of detailed silhouettes of urban trees and separate tree sculptures. In years of manual work, using a method developed especially for this project, these details have been digitally removed from their original urban surroundings in Berlin.

The materials are distinguished by their extent, outstanding quality of detail,
and excellent resolution of the usual autotraced digital tree library.

The Berlin trees were selected according to a special matrix. The letters of the name of the design studio, |N|e|u|b|a|u|, were laid over a map of Berlin. The trees that were located at the structural anchor points of the letters were marked to appear in the Neubau Forst Catalogue. Over a period of time, from 2009 to 2014, these trees were systematically photographed, documented, and catalogued in the summer and winter seasons.
Neubau’s process of selection and distillation gives the trees a timeless validity, and they can be used universally in future visualisations. Additionally, so-called “tree modules” were removed from existing separate trees. They can be set in front of both dark and light backgrounds of any kind and reproduce without any flashes. There are endless combinations of ready-to-use trees and different modules.


Dedicated to all present and future city forests
 
Neubau Forst Catalogue is a sustainable product
 
‘450 kg CO2’ is the product's carbon footprint.
The PCF represents the amount of CO2 produced over the production period from 2009—14,
while developing the catalogues’ archive by digitally removing urban trees from their origins in Berlin
and collecting them for Neubaus’ Forst.
 
The amount of CO2 produced for and distilling details and making the trees available in digital format 
can be saved by future users of Neubaus’ Forst archive 
since the hard and most time consuming part is already done.
 

Spread the seeds and plant these trees where ever you like.
 
(Watch Neubaus’ ‘450 kg CO2‘ abridged promo trailer below)
The Neubau Forst Team (2009—14)

Akane Sakai (JP), Bhav Mistry (UK), Benjamin Ganz (CH), Cezanne Noordhoek (NL)
Christoph Grünberger (DE), Daniel Cottis (US), David Pope (IR)
François Leherissier (FR), Joerg Petri (DE), Lukas Reinhard (DE), Marine Stephane (FR)
Margarida Castel-Branco (PT), Marius Hanf (DE), Maximilian Voormann (DE)
Miriam Busch (DE), Moritz Otten (DE), Oriol Salles (ES)
Paul Heys (UK), Robert Loeber (UK), Stefan Gandl (AT),
Thomas Holmes (UK), Will Smith (UK)
 
With special thanks to Guido Fellhölter
Bezirksamt Neukölln von Berlin
Typeface: NB International™ (Regular)

Typeface: NB International™ (Regular)
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