Places

About
Foundation
Partner Schools
Places Wire
Print Archive
Peer Review
Submissions
Donate
Contact


Departments

Critique
Essays
Gallery
Interviews
Multimedia
Partner News
Peer Reviewed
Poetry & Fiction
Projects


Topics

Architecture
Art
Books
Cities / Places
Community
Culture
Design History
Design Practice
Development
Ecology
Economy
Education
Energy
Environment
Film / Video
Food/Agriculture
Geography
Health / Safety
History
Housing
Ideas
Infrastructure
Landscape
Literature
Photography
Planning
Politics / Policy
Preservation
Public / Private
Reputations
Sustainability
Technology
Transportation
Urbanism
Water



Design Observer

About
Books
Job Board
Newsletters
Archive
Contact



SLIDESHOW: Image 1/11
Previous Next
Posted 10.31.12 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Bernheimer Architecture with Kate Bernheimer: Fairy Tale Architecture: Halloween Edition



Night Collage [click image to enlarge]

At first we weren’t quite sure what to make of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale. We sketched and drew site-less interpretations of the spaces of the story’s happenings.

— Andrew Bernheimer and Vera Leung

SLIDESHOW: Image 1/11
Previous Next

|
Share This Story



ABOUT THE ESSAY

Fairy Tale Architecture: Halloween Edition
On Places, a design by Bernheimer Architecture for the Brothers Grimm fairy tale “The Boy Who Set Forth to Learn What Fear Was,” in this special Halloween edition of our ongoing series of architectural fairy tales.
Read Essay >>

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kate Bernheimer is a fairy-tale author and editor. She teaches in the MFA Program at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
More Bio >>

Andrew Bernheimer is the principal of Bernheimer Architecture. He teaches at Parsons The New School for Design.
More Bio >>

Vera Kai Xin Leung is a Master of Architecture student at Parsons The New School for Design.
More Bio >>

DESIGN OBSERVER JOBS