Limited edition collector’s box, containing three different, innovative and contemporary views on the work of architect Álvaro Siza Vieira through photography, text and illustration.
Ben Jacks’ book The Architect’s Tour: Notes for the Design Traveler, by Culicidae Architectural Press: this publication records a lovely project, a wander through some of the most important European buildings of the last century.
Author: Marco Casagrande, architect
Urban Acupuncture is a biourban theory, which combines sociology and urban design with the traditional Chinese medical theory of acupuncture.
This is Frank Lloyd Wright by Ian Volner and Michael Kirkham and published by Laurence King in August 2016 brings the projects and persona of this world-famous architect into vivid focus through witty narrative and specially commissioned contemporary illustrations.
Buildings Are for People addresses the broad spectrum of architects, planners, policy makers, engineers and developers – the practitioners, educators, students and researchers who will envision, enable and create tomorrow’s built environment.
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Introduction: Willem Jan Neutelings
This stunning coffee table book showcases striking photography of iconic museum buildings worldwide, from the crystal glass structures of Lyon’s Musée de Confluences, to Beijing’s 700-year-old Palace Museum.
Architecture book for MKPL Architects, Singapore, by ORO Editions, San Francisco, CA: the complexities of working in a densely urbanised, highly regulated environment with an extreme tropical climate…
A new “fly on the wall” book traces the trajectory of architect Frank Gehry’s first Australian project, from concept to completion. Gehry in Sydney: The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, is edited by Dr Liisa Naar and Professor Stewart Clegg of UTS Business School, which moved into the building in Ultimo, on the southern edge of the Sydney CBD, a year ago.
Author: Despina Stratigakos
This provocative book exposes the dictator’s preoccupation with his private persona, which was shaped by the aesthetic and ideological management of his domestic architecture.