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  1. To-Morrow

    A Peaceful Path to Real Reform

    By E. Howard, Sir Peter Hall, Dennis Hardy, Colin Ward

    Ebenezer Howard's To-Morrow is deservedly the most famous publication in the history of town planning. Originally published in 1898 and repeatedly thereafter, it sparked the garden city movement across the world, and fundamentally changed the terms of debate in urban planning. This new...

    Published October 25th 2009 by Routledge

  2. Bauhaus Construct

    Fashioning Identity, Discourse and Modernism

    Edited by Jeffrey Saletnik, Robin Schuldenfrei

    Reconsidering the status and meaning of Bauhaus objects in relation to the multiple re-tellings of the school’s history, this volume positions art objects of the Bauhaus within the theoretical, artistic, historical, and cultural concerns in which they were produced and received. Contributions...

    Published September 16th 2009 by Routledge

  3. 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    Early Unpublished Writings on Architecture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 3rd 2009 by Routledge

  4. Moderns Abroad

    Architecture, Cities and Italian Imperialism

    By Mia Fuller

    Series: Architext

    This volume studies the architecture and urbanism of modern-era Italian colonialism (1869-1943) as it sought to build colonies in North and East Africa and the eastern Mediterranean. Mia Fuller follows, not only the design of the physical architecture, but also the development of colonial design...

    Published August 31st 2009 by Routledge

  5. Landscape Modernism Renounced

    The Career of Christopher Tunnard (1910-1979)

    By David Jacques, Jan Woudstra

    Before the Second World War landscape architect Christopher Tunnard was the first author on Modernism in Landscape in the English language, but later became alarmed by the destructive forces of Post-war reconstruction. Between the 1950s and the 1970s he was in the forefront of the movement to save...

    Published June 25th 2009 by Routledge

  6. Nothingness: Tadao Ando's Christian Sacred Space

    By Jin Baek

    Based around an interview with Tadao Ando, this book explores the influence of the Buddhist concept of nothingness on Ando’s Christian architecture, and sheds new light on the cultural significance of the buildings of one of the world’s leading contemporary architects. Specifically, this book...

    Published June 14th 2009 by Routledge

  7. 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 25th 2009 by Routledge

  8. Architecture, Ethics and Globalization

    Edited by Graham Owen

    Bridging the gap between architectural theory and professional practice studies, this book offers critical inquiry into the shifting ground of ethical thought in the changing climate of the global economy. Looking at issues of contemporary significance to architectural critics, practitioners,...

    Published May 21st 2009 by Routledge

  9. Spatial Recall

    Memory in Architecture and Landscape

    Edited by Marc Treib

    Architecture and designed landscapes serve as grand mnemonic devices that record and transmit vital aspects of culture and history. Spatial Recall casts a broad net over the concept of memory and gives a variety of perspectives from twelve internationally noted scholars, practicing designers, and...

    Published May 10th 2009 by Routledge

  10. The West

    From the Advent of Christendom to the Eve of Reformation

    By Christopher Tadgell

    Series: Architecture in Context

    Christopher Tadgell covers the major architectural traditions of the Middle Ages, from the Romanesque architecture of the ninth and tenth centuries, built on the legacy of ancient Rome and including elements from Carolingian, Ottonian, Byzantine and northern European traditions, through to the...

    Published May 5th 2009 by Routledge