Publications

PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

– Brinkmann, Jens: Thomas Florschuetz: Doppelter Boden, in: der architekt, Bund Deutscher Architekten BDA, Nr. 3, 2019, S.80-81.
– Brinkmann, Jens: Der neue Bürgersinn – Brasiliens Gesellschaft als Modell?, in: STADTBAUWELT 200. Brasilien gehört uns!, Bauverlag, 2013, S.34-39.
– Brinkmann, Jens: Meyer-Köring Law firm Berlin, A+D, Nr. 33, 2009.
– Brinkmann, Jens: São Paulo. Urban scales – Architecture as symbiosis of landscape and cityscape, ARCH+, Nr.190, 2008.

CONFERENCES

– Brinkmann, Jens: A Multidisciplinary Space for the Evolution of Brazilian Culture – The Centro Cultural São Paulo. In: Großmann, Ulrich & Krutisch, Petra: The Challenge of the Object / Die Herausforderung des Objekts, Congress Proceedings, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, 2013.
– Brinkmann, Jens; Ferroni, Eduardo; Huckriede, Bernd: Architecture and Identity. Berlin in São Paulo / Arquitetura e Identidade. Berlim em São Paulo. Goethe Institut São Paulo, German Ecademic Exchange Service, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus, 2009.

BOOKS

– Brinkmann, Jens: The Avenida Paulista As A Place For Culture In The 21st Century. In: Roland Grätz. MINHASP, edition esefeld & traub, 2013, S.17-20.
– Brinkmann, Jens; Huckriede, Bernd: From Arved Jürgensohn to the summerhouse Eckart Muthesius: Seasonal Living. Hiddensee. Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus, 2012.
– Brinkmann, Jens; Huckriede, Bernd; Schwartze, Frank: Metropolis and Landscapes. Luanda. Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus, 2011.
– Brinkmann, Jens; Huckriede, Bernd: São Paulo: urban scales. Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus, 2010.
– Brinkmann, Jens; Huckriede, Bernd: The close-by and the elsewhere: Seasonal Living, Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus, 2008.
– Brinkmann, Jens: Urbane Landschaften – Flamengo Park (1962-65), Technische Universität Braunschweig, 2001.

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The new Civic Spirit – Brazilian Society as model?

What do the protests of 2013, families on bicycles in the centre of São Paulo, Indigenous people in the Brazilian Parliament, the São Paulo Architecture Biennale’s motto “City – How to make, how to use“, the billionaire Philip Yang and a new museum in Vitória have in common? What do we know about Brazil – the rising country on the search for identity? How did the positive economic growth in the past years impact Brazil’s society and the global perception of Brazil? The theory of a new public spirit and Brazil’s society as model for other societies strike me as interesting concepts which I will explore.

Brinkmann, Jens: Der neue Bürgersinn – Brasiliens Gesellschaft als Modell? In: Stadtbauwelt 200. Brasilien gehört uns!, Bauverlag, 2013, p. 34-39.

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The Avenida Paulista As A Place For Culture In The 21st Century

This article is about the history of Avenida Paulista, a Brazilian myth, the economic center of South America and a reflection of the complex urbanity of São Paulo. Fifty years after the construction of the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP), the new building of the Instituto Moreira Salles/SP represents ,in a special way, the transition between public and architectural space. It proves that cultural institutions can initiate processes as a catalyst of social developments that have far-reaching urban and social effects.

Brinkmann, Jens: The Avenida Paulista As A Place For Culture In The 21st Century. In: Roland Grätz. MINHASP, edition esefeld & traub, Stuttgart 2013, p. 17-20.


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From Arved Jürgensohn to the summerhouse Eckart Muthesius: Seasonal Living. Hiddensee

The history of the property at number 3 Kirchweg, Kloster on the island of Hiddensee, is also the story of two personalities, whose life and work is especially connected with the island. In a fascinating manner, the story is a reflection of German history in the twentieth century, from the Weimar Republic to the reunification of a divided Germany. Arved Jürgensohn (1862-1927) and Eckart Muthesius (1904-1989) belonged to the German avantgarde artists, writers, architects and intellectuals, who at the beginning of the twentieth century found naturality, leisure and spiritual inspiration in the unique local landscape.

Brinkmann, Jens. Huckriede, Bernd: From Arved Jürgensohn to the summerhouse Eckart Muthesius: Seasonal Living. Hiddensee. Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus 2012.

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The close-by and the elsewhere: Seasonal Living

Seasonal living is an urban phenomenon in the countryside. The city dweller wants to leave the overregulated civilisation from time to time. A yearning for the primal, the simple, lures him into nature. With the periodical adjustment of the centre of life, a form of living has developed here that should be called >seasonal<. Seasonal living puts the period of utilisation and its influence on architecture in the centre of consideration. Dualism, connection to nature, flexibility and reduction are major features of seasonal architecture.

Brinkmann, Jens. Huckriede, Bernd: The close-by and the elsewhere: Seasonal Living. Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus 2008.

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Urban scales – Architecture as symbiosis of landscape and cityscape

This article is a study on São Paulo, a city that is still in the process of emancipation in terms of its architectural output and cultural self-confidence. São Paulo‘s cityscape represents a unique symbiosis of original geography and urbanized area. The natural topography had and still has an enormous impact on the urban fingerprint and the architecture particular to this new landscape. The objective is to examine this process of successive urban overlays and a series of carefully calibrated architectures it has created.

Brinkmann, Jens: Urban scales – Architecture as symbiosis of landscape and cityscape, ARCH+, Stadtarchitektur São Paulo – Ausblick auf ein soziales Raumkonzept, Nr. 190, 2008, p. 46-49