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  1. Julien-David Leroy and the Making of Architectural History

    By Christopher Drew Armstrong

    Series: The Classical Tradition in Architecture

    This book examines the career and publications of the French architect Julien-David Leroy (1724–1803) and his impact on architectural theory and pedagogy. Despite not leaving any built work, Leroy is a major international figure of eighteenth-century architectural theory and culture. Considering...

    Published August 22nd 2011 by Routledge

  2. Richard Rogers: The Pompidou Centre

    SuperCrit #3

    By Kester Rattenbury, Samantha Hardingham

    Series: Supercrit

    The Supercrit series revisits some of the most influential architectural projects of the recent past and examines their impact on the way we think and design today. Based on live studio debates between protagonists and critics, the books describe, explore and criticise these major projects. &...

    Published July 29th 2011 by Routledge

  3. Glorious Visions

    John Soane's Spectacular Theater

    By Helene Furján

    Focusing on the house and museum and its considerable collections of architectural fragments, models, drawings folios and publications, this book is about thirteen Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London, England, built in the early 1800s by the renowned eighteenth-century architect Sir John Soane. The...

    Published April 27th 2011 by Routledge

  4. Around and About Stock Orchard Street

    Edited by Sarah Wigglesworth

    9/10 Stock Orchard Street, colloquially known as the Straw House, is a house and an office designed by two architects for their own use. Completed in 2000, the buildings were experimental in design, execution and inhabitation, and have resisted categorization, challenged received wisdom and...

    Published March 16th 2011 by Routledge

  5. Will Alsop

    The Noise

    By Tom Porter

    The design process of Will Alsop acts as a conduit for the dreams and aspirations of others. Moving from public consultation to the privacy of his painting studio – here ideas are born in the liquidity of paint, the serendipity of collage and the flourish of line, resulting in the avant-garde and...

    Published September 28th 2010 by Routledge

  6. Le Corbusier and Britain

    An Anthology

    Edited by Irena Murray, Julian Osley

    Le Corbusier (1887-1965) is arguably the most influential architect of the twentieth century. Despite the fact that he designed no permanent buildings in the United Kingdom, more than any other individual he was responsible for shaping British post-war architecture. Le Corbusier and Britain traces...

    Published August 2nd 2010 by Routledge

  7. Towards a New Architect

    By Yasmin Shariff, Jane Tankard

    After three years of education, architecture students have to start out on their first year of practical training as the initial step in a career in the professional world – all too often without enough clear advice to make sure that their first step is in the right direction.Towards a New...

    Published June 22nd 2010 by Routledge

  8. James Stirling

    Early Unpublished Writings on Architecture

    Edited by Mark Crinson

    James Stirling (1924-1992) was, arguably, the most influential and controversial post-war British architect. Stirling’s reputation is based primarily on such seminal buildings as the Leicester University Engineering Building (1959-63, with James Gowan), at one end of his career, and the Neue...

    Published September 4th 2009 by Routledge

  9. P.V. Jensen-Klint

    By Thomas Bo Jensen

    Peder Vilhelm Jensen-Klint (1853-1930) is one of the most important background figures for twentieth century Danish architecture and design. His serious and profoundly reflective approach to his work instilled courage in a new generation of architects that wanted to work in an idiom for their...

    Published May 26th 2009 by Routledge

  10. Rem Koolhaas / OMA

    By Roberto Gargiani

    In this book, the projects, buildings and theories of Koolhaas, as well as the other members of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, are examined in chronological and thematic sequence, beginning with the period of Koolhaas’ education at the Architectural Association School of Architecture of...

    Published July 18th 2008 by Routledge