In neun kurzen, illustrierten Kapiteln erzählt Peter Zumthor gleichsam in shape einer Selbstbeobachtung was once ihn umtreibt, wenn er die Atmosphäre seiner Häuser zu erschaffen versucht. Dabei sind Bilder von Räumen und Bauten, die ihn berühren, ebenso wichtig wie bestimmte Musikstücke oder Bücher, die ihn inspirieren.

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