Price: € 4,80
Over its 40 pages, this attractive, quality pocket guide gives an overview of the Museum and the Marli Hoppe-Ritter Collection. It also contains several pages on the Museum’s architecture and its wide programme of activities. Useful service information round off this guide. Whether as a keepsake from a visit to the Museum or as a tip to give to an art lover friend – the little square book is just the thing!
Publisher: Museum Ritter/ Dr. Barbara Willert, 2nd edition, 2014
Price: € 19,90
Swiss architect Max Dudler has designed a cubic building for the Marli Hoppe-Ritter Collection. Situated on the fringe of the picturesque village of Waldenbuch close to Stuttgart, this new building creates a striking cube in the middle of the countryside. It is a striking boundary mark for the village, and may be read as a three-dimensional break between town and country, art and nature. Max Dudler has a reputation for highly idiosyncratic buildings that draw on the tradition of modern Rationalism and the Renaissance, and form something like a counter-programme to the Deconstructionists and the present biomorphic currents in architecture. The richly illustrated architecture book presents the building’s architectural concept in a number of substantial texts.
With contributions by Marli Hoppe-Ritter, Gerda Ridler, Dieter Bartetzko, and Max Dudler.
Publisher: Museum Ritter, Niggli Verlag, 2005
Price: € 2,50
This handy pocket guide to the architecture of Museum Ritter written by Christian Schönwetter introduces the reader to the most important aspects of the Museum building designed by Swiss architect Max Dudler, which opened in 2005.
Stadtwandelverlag Berlin, 2006