Architecture

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RAGE IN HARLEM: JUNE JORDAN AND ARCHITECTURE

Written by Saval, Nikil
Pennsylvania State Senator Nikil Saval tells the story of an unlikely partnership between June Jordan and R.
November 8, 2022 | Paperback | Sternberg Press |
$18.00
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SOME REASONS FOR TRAVELING TO ITALY

Written by Wilson, Peter
An idiosyncratic guidebook to architectural (and other) wonders of Italy, accompanied by the author's own witty illustrations. In Some Reasons for Traveling to Italy, architect Peter Wilson offers a Grand Tour of Grand Tours, providing an idiosyncratic guidebook to architectural (and other) wonders of Italy, illustrated by his own witty watercolors and sketches.
October 11, 2022 | Hardcover | MIT Press |
$32.95
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IMAGINING THE FUTURE MUSEUM: 24 DIALOGUES WITH ARCHITECTS

Written by Szanto, Andras
The author of The Future of the Museum talks with architects from TK to TK about the future of museum architecture
January 24, 2023 | Paperback | Hatje Cantz | 272 Pages |
$28.00
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IDEAL COMMUNIST CITY: THE I PRESS SERIES ON THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT

Written by Zadovskij, Stanislav
A visionary tract of 1960s Soviet urbanism in a handsome facsimile edition
August 30, 2022 | PB | Weiss Berlin |
$25.00
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WORLD OF VARIATION: THE I PRESS SERIES ON THE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT

Written by McNulty, Thomas
An imaginative reenvisioning of spatial and social relations from America's 1960s urbanist movement
August 30, 2022 | Paperback | Weiss Berlin | 208 Pages |
$25.00
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DRAWING FROM THE GEOFFREY BAWA ARCHIVES

Beautifully executed architectural drawings from the great Sri Lankan architect
December 6, 2022 | Hardcover | Lars Muller Publishers | 240 Pages |
$55.00
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MOSCOW MONUMENTAL: SOVIET SKYSCRAPERS AND URBAN LIFE IN STALIN'S CAPITAL

Written by Zubovich, Katherine
An in-depth history of the Stalinist skyscraper In the early years of the Cold War, the skyline of Moscow was forever transformed by a citywide skyscraper building project. As the steel girders of the monumental towers went up, the centuries-old metropolis was reinvented to embody the greatness of Stalinist society.
January 31, 2023 | Paperback | Princeton University Press | 288 Pages |
$32.00
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EVERYDAY LIFE OF MEMORIALS

Written by Shanken, Andrew M
A timely study, erudite and exciting, about the ordinary--and oftentimes unseen--lives of memorials Memorials are commonly studied as part of the commemorative infrastructure of modern society. Just as often, they are understood as sites of political contestation, where people battle over the meaning of events. But most of the time, they are neither.
September 20, 2022 | Hardcover | Zone Books | 432 Pages |
$38.00
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UNDERCURRENTS: A STORY OF BERLIN

Written by Bell, Kirsty
Humane, thought provoking, and moving, this hybrid literary portrait of a place makes the case for radical close readings: of ourselves, our cities, and our histories. The Undercurrents is a dazzling work of biography, memoir, and cultural criticism told from a precise vantage point: a stately nineteenth-century house on Berlin's Landwehr Canal, a site at the center of gre
September 6, 2022 | Paperback | Other Press (NY) | 400 Pages |
$18.99
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BOLD VENTURES: THIRTEEN TALES OF ARCHITECTURAL TRAGEDY

Written by Van Den Broeck, Charlotte
A prize-winning Belgian poet explores the nature of creative endeavor--the godlike ambition, the crushing defeat of failure--through the stories of thirteen tragic architects. In thirteen fascinating chapters, Charlotte Van den Broeck goes in search of buildings that were fatal to their architects--architects who either killed themselves or are rumored to have done so.
September 20, 2022 | Hardcover | Other Press (NY) | 304 Pages |
$27.99

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