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  1. Q&A with Alison Gwilt, author of ‘Fashion Design for Living’

    Check out our exclusive interview with Alison Gwilt, author of Fashion Design for Living.

  2. Architecture New and Key Titles 2015

    We are pleased to present our latest books, covering a wide range of key areas within Architecture for students, instructors, researchers, and professors.  View the catalog online here or download the PDF here

  3. Architecture’s Appeal Launch and Panel

    Parsons School of Constructed Environments will be hosting a panel discussion and book-launch for Architecture’s Appeal edited by Marc J. Neveu and Negin Djavaherian.

  4. A Quiet Room of One’s Own

    Chris Steel, co-author of Architectural Acoustics, explores the noise problems experienced and documented by three well-known writers and the relevance to modern building acoustics.

  5. Twenty-Five Buildings Every Architect Should Understand: An essential guide to architecture

    Routledge introduces an inspiring new book detailing some of the most important architectural accomplishments across the globe.

  6. An ‘Imaginary’ Conversation with Authors Steven A. Moore and Barbara B. Wilson

    Steven A. Moore and Barbara B. Wilson, authors of Questioning Architectural Judgmentgive us a fun and insightful look into their book and the controversies surrounding it.

  7. Recommended by CHOICE Reviews - City Halls and Civic Materialism

    "Contributors offer valuable discussion of the post–WW II German Rathaus as an attempt to deal with an "uncertain" national identity and provide a good examination of architecture in the service of Mussolini’s Fascist state. A welcome global approach that features material on Bombay, Jakarta, Mexico, and Korea is revealing, especially on the influence of colonialism; however, more could have been said about sources of indigenous, pre-European civic engagement. Endnotes and numerous, adequate, black-and-white illustrations are provided but no bibliography. Although this volume shows the inevitable fragmentation typical of such an enterprise, the attention to unfamiliar themes and innovative approaches means that this book will interest serious students of civic architecture.Summing Up: Recommended" --W. S. Rodner, Tidewater Community Colleg, CHOICE Reviews, January 2015 

    Order your copy of City Halls and Civic Materialism here

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  8. Simon Unwin on his Approach to Writing About Architecture

    Simon Unwin’s Twenty-Five Buildings Every Architect Should Understand is just published, and now he is analyzing the The Ten Most Influential Buildings in History.  Learn more about Simon and his work at http://simonunwin.com/

  9. Q&A with Victor Deupi, author of ‘Architectural Temperance’

    Victor Deupi, author of Architectural Temperance, discusses his book and what lead him to explore why a powerful nation like Spain would temper its own building traditions with the more cosmopolitan trends associated with Rome; oftentimes at the expense of its own national and regional traditions.

  10. Recommended by CHOICE - Collage and Architecture by Jennifer A.E. Shields

    "Architect Shields (UNC Charlotte) explores the idea of collage as an artistic strategy and an inspiration for architectural exploration. This volume is a thoughtful, well-researched, carefully constructed, and thoroughly illustrated effort to find meaningful relationships between the ideas of collage as employed in quite different forms of artistic endeavor… Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-level undergraduates and above." - D. Sachs, Kansas State University, CHOICE September 2014

    To read more about Collage and Architecture click here
     

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