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How do we beat climate change? What’s the plan? We know about the problem. What are the solutions? How can you make a real difference? What’s proven, and what will make a big impact? A new book seeks to help...
Architecture is a field that cannot be described into words, frozen music a legendary man called it. Architecture, more often than not, can be more expressive through a photography, an image, a sketch or metaphor, we have gathered in...
We shape our buildings and afterwards our buildings shape us.” Winston Churchill’s famous phrase was uttered after the House of Commons was destroyed in the Blitz
Adrienne Brown’s forthcoming book The Black Skyscraper teaches us how early “sky-scrapers” shifted our perception of race in America
Architect Matthias Hollwich's book New Aging offers a radical blueprint for rethinking and redesigning old age
The existing city is created by a continuous researching, experimenting and building. It is a continuous unknown or HIDDEN action of fixing and adding to the existing
How the shining architectural optimism of the 1960s and 70s has ultimately produced buildings such as supermarkets, open-plan offices and other spaces of control
The new book ‘100 Contemporary Wood Buildings’ showcases today’s most innovative uses of the material
Is the end of brick and mortar near? How could nanotechnology change buildings and cities in the future?
Toronto-based architectural firm superkül announced the launch of the firm’s first book, Rain, Gravity, Heat, Cold
A new two-volume set, ‘100 Contemporary Concrete Buildings,’ looks at the different ways architects are using the material
Drawing from Practice by J. Michael Welton explores and illuminates the ways that 26 diverse and reputable architects use freehand drawing to shape the built environment. In this generously illustrated book, Welton traces the tactile sketch, from initial parti...
In 1947, on the hills above Brentwood, the newly formed Mutual Housing Assn. broke ground on an ambitious 800-acre neighborhood development named Crestwood Hills. Now the little-known story behind the enclave that epitomizes Midcentury Modern architecture is detailed by...
A refreshing book looking at the social, cultural and philosophical qualities of leftover spaces in one of the world's densest cities.
In “Modern Man,” Anthony Flint attempts to liberate Le Corbusier from the indictments that have plagued his legacy.
Rowan Moore picks 2014’s best architecture books, from a study of Latin American cities to a dictionary of Duchamp
When we talk about architecture, we’re usually talking about buildings that serve some practical purpose
The book’s release follows, by two months, a major exhibition with the same title at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, N.C.

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