Architecture Monographs

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Written by Heatherwick, Thomas
Revised and expanded edition How do you turn a paper mill into a gin distillery? Let every country in the Olympic Games take part in making and lighting the Olympic Cauldron? Design a building using an electron microscope? Produce a new bus for London that uses less fuel? Make someone eat your business card? Develop a new kind of mosque? Turn the back door of a hospital into its front door?
July 7, 2015 | Hardcover | Monacelli Press |
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Written by Jetsonen, Sirkkaliisa
They are architecture's most famous father-son duo: Eero, the younger Saarinen, designer of such masterpieces as the TWA Terminal Building at Kennedy Airport, and his father Eliel, celebrated for triumphs such as the art nouveau railway station in Helsinki. Lesser known, but no less impressive, are their houses, which, regardless of style, share a belief in architecture as a total work of art.
October 14, 2014 | Hardcover | Princeton Architectural Press |
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Written by Comazzi, John
No one captured the midcentury modernism of the Mad Men era better than Balthazar Korab. As one of the period's most prolific and celebrated architecture photographers, Korab captured images as graceful and elegant as his subjects. His iconic photographs for master architects immortalized their finest works, while leaving his own indelible impact on twentieth century visual culture.
August 1, 2012 | Hardcover | Princeton Architectural Press |
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Written by Kundig, Tom
Our 2006 monograph Tom Kundig: Houses was an instant critical and commercial success. Over the past five years, Seattle-based Kundig has continued his meteoric rise, collecting numerous awards, including the 2008 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Architecture Design.
September 7, 2011 | Hardcover | Princeton Architectural Press |
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Written by Lewis, David J
What if the constraints and limitations of architecture became the catalyst for design invention?
August 30, 2007 | Paperback | Princeton Architectural Press |
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Written by Foscari, Antonio
After the successful conclusion of the centenary celebrations of Andrea Palladio's birth, there are still many unanswered questions about his work. Antonio Foscari retraces Andrea Palladio's life and offers new perspectives on the architects built and unbuilt work.
November 15, 2010 | Hardcover | Lars Muller Publishers |


Written by Frederic Migayrou
Featuring fifty of Frank Gehry's most important projects, this lavish monograph presents the full range of the architect's work from the past six decades. Arranged chronologically, this book follows the arc of Gehry's career, from his early residential projects through the public and cultural facilities his studio is currently focused on.
March 5, 2015 | Hardcover | Prestel Publishing |
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Written by Balmond, Cecil
In this long-awaited follow-up to the enormously popular informal, designer, writer, and engineer Cecil Balmond invites readers into his creative process as he documents his most innovative projects in art, architecture, and bridge design.
October 25, 2013 | Hardcover | Prestel Publishing |


Written by Curtis, William J R
An expanded edition on the master of Modernism, Le Corbusier, by award‐winning architectural historian William J. R. Curtis.
April 20, 2015 | Hardcover | Phaidon Press |
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"The definitive monograph on a celebrated Italian architect, Carlo Scarpa includes more than 350 photographs, sketches, and architectural plans, along with in‐depth 'walk throughs' of over 15 key projects such as the Central Pavilion in the Giardini of the Venice Bienniale, the Olivetti Showroom in St. Mark's Square, the Canova Museum, and the Brion Cemetery.
September 30, 2013 | Hardcover | Phaidon Press | 288 Pages |

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