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  1. The Construction of Drawings and Movies (September 2012)

    "Combining Alberti’s theory with examples of experimental film making is a brilliant way to continue the traditions of linear perspective construction in the digital age, and to establish greater rigor and knowledge in the application of movement and time to architectural representations."  Brian McGrath, associate professor, Parsons The New School for Design, New York, USA
     

  2. 5 minutes with Matthew Cousins - September 2012

    The new edition of Matthew Cousins' book, The Architect's Legal Pocket Book is now available

    Watch this space, this handy and indispensible guide could well usurp its coveted predecessors and emerge as the essential guide for the next generation of architects and students. –Ike Ijeh, Building.co.uk
     

  3. October 2012 Newsletter Related Titles

    With so many great titles publishing this quarter it has been impossible to give them all the justice they deserve in our October Newsletter, so to be sure you don't miss out you can find them all below. Those of you who received our October update will have a discount code for 20% off when you buy online. If you are not already registered you can sign up for future newsletters here.

  4. Analysing Architecture, 4e

    The Simon Unwin Trilogy - a must for any architecture student

    Simon Unwin has helped students learn to think as architects for over three decades. He is Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Dundee, Scotland. Previously he taught architectural design and analysis at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff University. He has lived in Great Britain and Australia, and taught or lectured on his work in China, Israel, India, Sweden, Turkey, Canada and the United States as well as at other schools in the UK and Europe. Simon Unwin’s books are used in schools of architecture around the world. Analysing Architecture has been translated into Persian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and Korean and is currently being translated into Portuguese, Russian and Arabic. He continues to teach at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff.
     

    Simon Unwin's five textbooks are aimed at those who wish to understand the workings of architecture. Visit his website here

  5. Celebrate the Olympics with Routledge

    What better way to get in the mood for the Olympics than to celebrate with Routledge.


    For the duration of the Olympics and Paralympics we will be showcasing some of our new and key books and journals related to the Games.

  6. Latin American Modern Architectures (August 2012)

    Latin American Modern Architectures: Ambiguous Territories has thirteen new essays from a range of distinguished architectural historians to help you understand the region’s rich and varied architecture.

  7. Future Practice (September 2012)

    Whether the "civic entrepreneur," the "double agent," or the "strategic designer," this Future Practice offers a diverse spectrum of approaches to design, each offering a potential future for architectural practice.

    The author, Rory Hyde has set up a Facebook page specially for Future Practice which contains more about the book, Views and comments - to visit the page click here
     

  8. Spon’s Architects’ and Builders’ Price Book 2013 ( August 2012)

    Conflicting signals! Public sector cutbacks, soaring input costs, and a mixed picture all round. You need SPON’S ARCHITECTS’ AND BUILDERS’ PRICE BOOK 2013 to get the detail right.

  9. Material Strategies in Digital Fabrication (August 2012)

  10. Designing to Avoid Disaters (August 2012)

    In Designing to Avoid Disaster, the author discusses the context and cultural assumptions that have led to a number of disasters worldwide, describing the nature of fracture-critical design and why it has become so prevalent.

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