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  1. Edifices de Rome Moderne

    Edifices de Rome Moderne Princeton Architectural Press

    By Paul Letarouilly

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    Paul Letarouilly's masterpiece, Edifices de Rome Moderne, has been hailed as the most beautiful book on Renaissance architecture ever published.


  2. Design/Build with Jersey Devil

    Design/Build with Jersey Devil A Handbook for Education and PracticePrinceton Architectural Press

    By Charlie Hailey

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    Steve Badanes, Jim Adamson, and John Ringel believe an architect's job does not stop at designing a building, but that it extends to constructing it as well. Now working into their fifth decade, Jersey Devil, the loose-knit group they founded in 1972, bands together under this design/build ethos that an architect's place is just as much on the job site as it is at the drawing board.


  3. Interactive Architecture

    Interactive Architecture Adaptive WorldPrinceton Architectural Press

    By Michael Fox

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    Recent technological developments in biology, computation, cybernetics, engineering, industrial design, materials, and robotics allow architecture to evolve beyond static functionality and become an active participant—with the capacity to perceive, react to, and connect—with humans and the natural world.


  4. Gates of Harvard Yard

    Gates of Harvard Yard Princeton Architectural Press

    By Blair Kamin

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    Offering the complete, never-before-told story of the twenty-five gates that form portals to Harvard Yard, this beautiful gift book recounts the aesthetic vision for America's preeminent university, developed by renowned architecture firm McKim, Mead & White.The book discusses


  5. Local Code

    Local Code 3659 Proposals About Data, Design, and the Nature of Cities

    By Nicholas de Monchaux, Introduction by Easterling Keller

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    With three billion more humans projected to be living in cities by 2050, all design is increasingly urban design. And with as much data now produced every day as was produced in all of human history to the year 2007, all architecture is increasingly information architecture. Praised i


  6. Fantastic Structures

    Fantastic Structures A Coloring Book of Amazing Buildings Real and Imagined

    Illustrated by Steve McDonald

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    In this eagerly awaited follow-up to the international bestseller Fantastic Cities, artist Steve McDonald uses his unique large-format approach working from actual photographs to create beautifully detailed line drawings of amazing buildings and other structures from around the world.


  7. MOS: Selected Works

    MOS: Selected Works Princeton Architectural Press

    By Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample

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    Their work has been described as experimental, willfully strange, and generally off-kilter, qualities front-and-center in their recent collection Everything All at Once. In just ten years Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample have established MOS as one of the leading young architecture practices in the country.


  8. Research Methods for Architecture

    Research Methods for Architecture Laurence King Publishing

    By Raymond Lucas

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    While fundamentally a design discipline, architectural education requires an element of history and theory, grouped under the term "research." However, many students struggle with this part of their course. This practical handbook provides the necessary grounding in this subject.


  9. Generative Design

    Generative Design Form-finding Techniques in ArchitectureLaurence King Publishing

    By Asterios Agkathidis

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    Generating form is one of the most fundamental aspects of architectural education and practice. While new computational tools are enabling ever more unpredictable forms, critics argue that this leads to a disconnection between architectural output and its context. This attract


  10. James Stirling

    James Stirling Inspiration And Process In ArchitectureMoleskine®

    By Moleskine

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    Drawing on original documentation - sketches, photographs and the iconic axonometrics - the book explores the creative process of James Stirling: from the early inspirations of Liverpool's docks to his devotion to Le Corbusier, acknowledging the fundamental role of the partnerships with James Gowan and Michael Wilford. Described by his mentor Colin Rowe as an architectural connoisseur, Stirling analyses the past through relentless observational skills and elaborates it as a source of creativity and as a context to respect. The most eccentric British architect leaves a legacy that is not confined to history alone, but it continues to be paradigmatic for generations of architects to come.


  11. Daniel Libeskind

    Daniel Libeskind Inspiration And Process In ArchitectureMoleskine®

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    Influenced by a deep commitment to music, philosophy, and literature, the world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind chooses drawing to put his ideas and thoughts into practice, stating that architectural drawing is in itself a creative work. Drawings which constitute "architectural explorations" – fromMicromegas to Chamber Works and Sonnets in Babylon – are presented in this book along with those on "real" architecture, documenting the creative process of prestigious projects such as the Jewish Museum in Berlin and the World Trade Center redevelopment in New York.


  12. Bruno Munari: Circle, Square, Triangle

    Bruno Munari: Square, Circle, Triangle

    By Bruno Munari

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    In the early 1960s Italian design legend Bruno Munari published his visual case studies on shapes: Circle, Square, and, a decade later, Triangle.


  13. The City That Never Was

    The City That Never Was Princeton Architectural Press

    By Christopher Marcinkoski

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    One of the most troubling consequences of the 2008 global financial collapse was the midstream abandonment of several large-scale speculative urban and suburban projects.


  14. Scaling Infrastructure

    Scaling Infrastructure Princeton Architectural Press

    By Alan Berger, By MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism

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    Scaling Infrastructure presents the proceedings of the second and final conference of MIT's Center for Advanced Urbanism biennial theme of infrastructure. The conference brought together political leaders, engineers, designers, and academics to investigate how critical the is


  15. Infrastructure Monument

    Infrastructure Monument Princeton Architectural Press

    By MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism, By Alenxander D'Hooghe

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    Infrastructural Monument presents the proceedings of the first of two conferences organized by MIT's new Center for Advanced Urbanism around the biennial theme of infrastructure. Held in the spring of 2013, the "Infrastructural Monument" conference gathered designers, develop


  16. Michael Graves

    Michael Graves Images of a Grand TourPrinceton Architectural Press

    Art by Michael Graves, With Brian Ambrosiak

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    In 1960, before his skyscrapers and teapots made him a household name, Michael Graves set out on a journey once considered obligatory for a young architect: a grand tour of the great monuments of Europe. Recipient of the prestigious Prix de Rome, Graves traveled through Italy, Greece,


  17. Invisible Architecture

    Invisible Architecture, Atelier Ten

    By Patrick Bellew et al.

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    Atelier Ten is an international engineering practice based in London but with offices all over the world. Founded in 1990 they specialise in sustainable design and have worked on a number of major projects alongside such architects as Grimshaw, Michael Hopkins, Wilkinson Eyre and Robert Stern.


  18. Princeton University: The Campus Guide with Neighboring Institutions

    Princeton University The Campus Guide and Neighboring Institutions An Architectural TourPrinceton Architectural Press

    By Robert Spencer Barnett, With Shirley M. Tilghman, Foreword by Christopher L. Eisgruber, Introduction by Ron McCoy

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    Since the first edition of Princeton University: The Campus Guide in 1999, the investment of more than two billion dollars of capital in more than forty-eight projects has dramatically altered the face of one of America's most beautiful campuses.


  19. Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods Blog

    Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods Blog

    By Lebbeus Woods, Edited by Clare Jacobson

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    In the fall of 2007, Lebbeus Woods (1940–2012), long admired for his visionary architecture and mastery of drawing, began a blog. Part forum and part public journal, the eclectic mix of articles, drawings, anecdotes, poetry, interviews, and photographic essays explored topics ra


  20. Pamphlet Architecture 35: Going Live, From States to Systems

    Pamphlet Architecture 35: Going Live, From States to Systems

    By Pierre Belanger

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    For thirty-seven years, Pamphlet Architecture's forward-thinking authors have challenged architecture's conventional wisdom with bold ideas enhanced by visually provocative design.


  21. The Architectural Heritage of Sri Lanka

    The Architectural Heritage of Sri Lanka Laurence King Publishing

    By Davis Robson, Illustrated by C. Anjalendran, By photographer Dominic Sansoni

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    Architect C. Anjalendran, aided by an army of assistants and students, has been recording Sri Lanka's architectural heritage for almost 30 years.


  22. Art Place Japan

    Art Place Japan The Echigo-Tsumari Triennale and the Vision to Reconnect Art and Nature

    By Fram Kitagawa, Contributions by Lynne Breslin, Contributions by Adrian Favell

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    Every three years, three hundred square miles of land in northwestern Japan are transformed into the most ambitious and largest-scale art installation in the world: the Echigo-Tsumari Art Field.


  23. Constellation

    Constellation

    Art by Melissa McGill, Contributions by Sam Anderson, Tracy Smith, Richard Blanco, Hadrien Coumans, Joe Baker, Edwin Torres and Jeffery Yang

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    Beginning in June 2015, a new constellation will rise nightly above a small island in the middle of the Hudson River, fifty​ miles north of New York City. The book is a visual and literary dialogue between artist Melissa McGill and several celebrated writers and poets, using the artwork as a springboard for inspiration and collaboration.


  24. The Underdome Guide to Energy Reform

    The Underdome Guide to Energy Reform

    By Janette Kim, By Erik Carver

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    The Underdome Guide to Energy Reform is the first book to map the political implications of energy management in architecture.


  25. Archi-Graphic

    Archi-Graphic An Infographic Look at Architecture

    By Frank Jacobus

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    This informative and engaging book uses a variety of inventive infographics to take an unusual look at architecture in a way that would not be possible with words and images alone. Through a variety of different infographics it compares, for example, the range of materials and colour


  26. Deployable Structures

    Deployable Structures Laurence King Publishing

    By Esther Rivas Adrover

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    Deployable structures are structures that can undergo major changes to their configuration through expansion, unfolding, and other means. In architecture, they can be used to create more flexible spaces or building elements that can adapt to changing functions or requirements.


  27. Studio Craft and Technique for Architects

    Studio Craft and Technique for Architects

    By Miriam Delaney, By Anne Gorman

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    Studio Craft & Technique is a one-stop handbook for undergraduate students of architecture. Based on the belief that technology and craft are at the heart of design studies, this book encourages students to think of them as aspects of an integrated whole. The book provides step-by-st


  28. The Dakota

    The Dakota A History of the World's Best-Known Apartment Building

    By Andrew Alpern

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    The Dakota is arguably the best-known residential address in the world, home to dozens of New York City's most famous artists, performers, and successful executives. The rare sale of an apartment there, usually at jaw-dropping prices, is newsworthy, as is the financial and architectural health of the building itself, a landmark in every sense of the word.


  29. Public Natures

    Public Natures Evolutionary Infrastructures

    Edited by Justin Fowler, By Marion Weiss, Foreword by Michael Manfredi

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    As elements of the built landscape, works of infrastructure are a means rather than an end. Our cities' rail lines, bridges, highways, waterways and off-ramps are essential in a practical sense, but dead in a social one because they create boundaries that prevent one metropolis from physically connecting with another.


  30. Air Structures

    Air Structures Laurence King Publishing

    By William McLean, By Pete Silver

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    Air can be used in a variety of ways to make lightweight, flexible structures. It can be used to make inflatable structures, mobile structures, and temporary buildings, it can also activate movable elements and act as a means of constructing buildings that would be impossible with con


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