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How can we create the first book about the work of a still budding architecture studio? How can it demonstrate their passion for Bauhaus concepts? How can a book become an object? Even the title, “BORGOS PIEPER Architecture | Vol. 1”, clearly indicates the focus on the essentials, the Rams concept that “good design means as little design as possible”. It is not high gloss, but fine linen printed offset, making the room and the book an experience for the senses. The grey card visible in profile, the tangible connection between materials and the open binding point out what the inside contains; showing the workmanship and mechanics.