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Publisher’s Note The question I’m invariably asked these days when I tell somebody I work in book publishing is how electronic books are affecting our business—often, I suspect, with the expectation that I’m going to say that ebooks are killing the printed book. On the heels of our best year ever in our thirty-year history, I can report that this is simply not the case. But while it might be tempting to conclude, based on this recent success, that some books, like ours, are still best suited to ink and paper, this would be a shortsighted, if convenient, conclusion. In fact, as I begin to see our books emerge on various electronic devices, whether the Kindle, Nook, or iPad, it’s a dramatic illustration that this brave new world of electronic publishing is both/and, not either/or. As somebody who cherishes a beautifully designed and made book and prefers vinyl LPs to MP3 downloads, I was initially skeptical that electronic versions of our books could hold the same excitement we all feel when the first copies of a new title arrive in our office. But there was giddy excitement when we all passed around the electronic version of our bestselling The Toaster Project, which, with its high-resolution images of a model toaster disassembled into its component pieces, actually offers more detail than the print edition, as well as some additional content from the author describing his labor of love. Whether these features, along with the gratification of downloading the book to your e-reader immediately, trump the compact paperback with its silver metallic cover is debatable, but at least the choice is yours. My sister complained to me that many electronic books are almost the same price as their printed counterparts; leaving aside a discussion about a culture in which most digital creative output is thought to be cheap or free, I explained to her that an ebook is not necessarily so much cheaper to make than a printed-and-bound one. In fact, the “ppb” cost (paper, printing, and binding) is only a fraction of the cost of making a book. Whether printed or electronic, we still need to develop and edit the book, acquire the art, design and lay out the pages, market and publicize it, and pay the author’s royalty. None of these costs go down when making a digital publication and, in fact, some go up. We could, of course, cut corners in the editing and design of our ebooks, but we don’t want to create inferior versions of our beloved books, the “nice” ones with the editing and thoughtful design and the “quick and dirty” electronic versions with typos and low-fidelity images all at the same size. Whether you buy our books for your e-reader (and you can find the growing library of our digital titles at www.papress.com/ebooks) or as traditionally bound hardcovers and paperbacks, you should know that the same care and attention—love, really—has been lavished on them regardless of platform or binding. You need glance only once at the tremendous array of fantastic new books in this catalog to see the depth and breadth of virtuosity, talent, and pride that go into a Princeton Architectural Press title, hardcover, paperback, or ebook; I’m confident they will delight you regardless of how you read them.

Kevin Lippert Publisher New York, February 2012


Fall 2012 Princeton Architectural Press

10 Brooklyn Makers 12 Instant 14 Sign Painters 16 Breakthrough! 18 Elegantissima 20 The Lost Christmas Gift 22 The Architect Says 24 The Complete Engraver 26 Balthazar Korab 28 Le Corbusier Redrawn 30 Contemporary Classical 32 Generative Design 34 The Disappearance of Darkness 36 Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis: Intensities 38 R. Buckminster Fuller 39 Toyo Ito 40 Everything All at Once 41 Tadao Ando 42 Lawrence Halprin’s Skyline Park 43 A Guide to Archigram 1961–74 44 From the Ground Up 45 Formerly Urban 46 The Complete Etchings of Rome 47 Classic Reprints 48 Alvar Aalto Houses 49 Eladio Dieste 50 Bee 51 Large Scale 52 The FORuM Project Series Balcony Press

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Perennial Bestsellers

The books on these pages reflect the remarkable diversity found in our backlist. From ways to think with type and visualize data to sculptures made from swirling sticks and fantastical maps with handpainted type, there is something to instruct and inspire the creative side of us all.

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Graphic Design Thinking Beyond Brainstorming Ellen Lupton 978-1-56898-979-2 Paperback $24.95 / £16.99

Visual Complexity Mapping Patterns of Information Manuel Lima 978-1-56898-936-5 Hardcover $50.00 / £35.00

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Menus for Chez Panisse The Art and Letterpress of Patricia Curtan Patricia Curtan 978-1-61689-029-2 Hardcover $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Pulled A Catalog of Screen Printing Mike Perry 978-1-56898-943-3 Paperback $35.00 / £22.50

Reveal Studio Gang Architects Jeanne Gang 978-1-56898-993-8 Paperback $45.00 / £30.00

Tom Kundig Houses 2 Tom Kundig 978-1-61689-040-7 Hardcover $55.00 / £35.00

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The Toaster Project Or a Heroic Attempt to Build a Simple Electric Appliance from Scratch Thomas Thwaites 978-1-56898-997-6 Paperback $19.95 / £12.99 Rights: W

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Publish Your Photography Book Darius D. Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson 978-1-56898-883-2 Paperback $29.95 / £18.99

The Business of Design Balancing Creativity and Profitability Keith Granet 978-1-61689-018-6 Hardcover $40.00 / £25.00

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Thinking with Type A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students, second edition, revised and expanded Ellen Lupton 978-1-56898-969-3 Paperback $24.95 / £14.99

Graphic Design The New Basics Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips 978-1-56898-702-6 Paperback $35.00 / £20.00

Alvar Aalto Houses Jari Jetsonen and Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen 978-1-56898-982-2 Hardcover $50.00 / £35.00 Rights: WXS

Stickwork Patrick Dougherty 978-1-56898-862-7 Hardcover $50.00 / £32.00 978-1-56898-976-1 Paperback $34.95 / £20.00 Rights: W

Inside the Painter’s Studio Joe Fig 978-1-56898-852-8 Paperback $35.00 / £22.50

The Guerilla Art Kit Keri Smith 978-1-56898-688-3 Hardcover $19.95 / £11.99

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How to Be a Graphic Designer without Losing Your Soul, new edition Adrian Shaughnessy 978-1-56898-983-9 Paperback $24.95

Pinhole Cameras A Do-It-Yourself Guide Chris Keeney 978-1-56898-989-1 Hardcover $19.95 / £12.00

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Cartographies of Time A History of the Timeline Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton Hardcover $50.00 / £30.00 978-1-56898-763-7 Paperback $35.00 / £22.50 978-1-61689-058-2

The Map as Art Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography Katharine Harmon and Gayle Clemans 978-1-56898-972-3 Paperback $29.95 / £10.99

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A pencil sketch translated by hand into wax like a small-scale sculpture. Odette jewelry from Brooklyn Makers, p. 10


Good old-fashioned brushwork. From Sign Painters, p. 14


Warhol and Polaroid. Made for each other. From Instant, p. 12


A classic French entryway in a San Francisco pied-Ă -terre. From Contemporary Classical, p. 30


Bright, bold, and smooth. From Elegantissima, p. 18


A winter landscape alive with mysterious encounters and life-changing gifts. From The Lost Christmas Gift, p. 20


The Ceramicist

Greenpoint upstate New York since 2006

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Location From Years in Brooklyn

CLAM LAB

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How has Brooklyn influenced your work? A feeling of entrepreneurship, curiosity, playfulness, intellect, and endless possibility. How do you get to work? I walk across the hallway, I was lucky enough to get an apartment in the building a year after we got the studio. Describe a typical day at work. There is no typical day. I work in cycles, design cycle, sample-making cycle, dye cycle, paperwork cycle. Days involve testing dye techniques. Garment district runs from time to time. Lots of email and computer. Big dye projects. Always planning and making spreadsheets and calendars, the dye process is time intensive and everything needs to be calculated to the last detail if I want to find time to do the rest of my design work.

Describe your toolkit in detail. Excel. Buckets. Measuring cups and spoons. Whisks, funnels, spice jars, bottles, it looks like a kitchen with no food. What is the most satisfying part of your

Clair Catillaz is the woman behind Clam Lab, a ceramics studio based in Greenpoint. Clair first became interested in ceramics when she was twelve while taking classes with her mom, and has been playing with clay ever since. Clam Lab produces bowls, mugs, teapots, kitchen tools, and ovenware, all handcrafted on a manual kick wheel by Clair herself. Working with stoneware and porcelain clays, Clair finishes each piece with hand-mixed,

food-safe glazes, making pieces that can last generations. She enjoys working with her hands, knowing the results of a day’s work are tangible and that the objects she produces are useful as well as beautiful. She believes that eating or drinking from a handmade item “feels good, and makes everything taste better.” Clair shares a studio with over a dozen other ceramic artists. She has created a cozy nook for Clam Lab, taking advantage of the

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making process, and why? The reveal! I love the juxtapositions in dying, all of the planning and projecting, and then letting go and being surprised by the results. I also love finding all of the little details that make each piece special. You can do the same thing ten times and have ten totally unique pieces. Who taught you how to sew? Do you remember the first piece you made? I found my mom’s machine in a closet when I was in middle school and just started figuring it out. The first thing I made was a tutu for my kitten Darcy. Where do you find inspiration for your color palette? Texture everywhere: dirty sand with

jellyfish bits in it, grass, moss, mold, rust, lichen,

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The Coffee Connoisseurs

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BLUE BOTTLE COFFEE Location From Years in Brooklyn

Blue Bottle Coffee was founded by James Freeman in 2002 in Oakland, California. Only a few years after setting up his first coffee cart at a farmers’ market, James expanded Blue Bottle to several San Francisco locations—and now to Brooklyn. James decided to open his first roastery/coffee bar outside of California following a trip to New York with his wife (and Blue Bottle’s pastry chef) in 2007. He opened up shop on Berry Street in Williamsburg in 2010. Prior to James’s success as a coffee connoisseur, he played the clarinet professionally. When his passion faded, he looked to coffee. A believer in “making things up as you go along,”

Williamsburg Humboldt County, California since 2008

James taught himself how to roast coffee beans at home on a perforated baking sheet. Striving for only the highest quality coffee, Blue Bottle still roasts all their own beans in house, on vintage roasters, with a tight forty-eight-hour turnaround from roasting to customer. This allows for total control of the freshness and flavor profiles of the beans. The roasting remains a hands-on process; the roaster carefully monitors the temperature and listens for the first “crack” to ensure a proper degree of roast. James also prides himself on using only the finest organic and pesticide-free, shade-grown, single-origin beans.

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Brooklyn Makers Food, Design, Craft, and Other Scenes from the Tactile Life Jennifer Causey FOOD, DESIGN, CRAFT and Other Scenes from the Tactile Life

A creative renaissance blooms in Brooklyn. At its heart is a thriving community of artisans producing a remarkable variety of handmade goods. In Brooklyn Makers, photographer Jennifer Causey captures the spirit of this homegrown movement by documenting thirty of the borough’s most celebrated craftsmen. This eclectic mix of established and up-and-coming makers includes bakers, ceramic artists, clothing designers, florists, distillers, and more. With an eye for small details, Causey’s charming photographs reveal each artisan at work in their own space. Her lively interviews reveal what inspires them, keeps them motivated, and their thoughts on the city where they live and work.

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• Features an introduction by Eric Demby, cofounder of the Brooklyn Flea—where many makers get their start • Includes a makers index with useful information on local markets and other favorite Brooklyn spots • Featured makers include Lotta Jansdotter (textile designer), Lena Corwin (printer), Mast Brothers Chocolate (craft chocolate makers), Clam Lab (ceramic artist), Shabd (clothing designer), and Morris Kitchen (mixologists)

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Instant The Story of Polaroid Christopher Bonanos “Instant photography at the push of a button!” During the 1960s and ‘70s, Polaroid was the coolest technology company on earth. Like Apple, it was an innovation machine that cranked out one must-have product after another. Led by its own visionary genius founder, Edwin Land, Polaroid grew from a 1937 garage startup into a billion-dollar pop-culture phenomenon. Instant tells the remarkable tale of Land’s one-of-a-kind invention—from Polaroid’s first instant camera to hit the market in 1948, to its meteoric rise in popularity and adoption by artists such as Ansel Adams, Andy Warhol, and Chuck Close, to the company’s dramatic decline into bankruptcy in the late ‘90s and its unlikely resurrection in the digital age. Instant is both an inspiring tale of American ingenuity and a cautionary business tale about the perils of companies that lose their creative edge. • The first book-length history of Polaroid • Written by a New York magazine senior editor in a breezy, accessible tone • Features colorful illustrations from Polaroid’s history, including the company’s iconic branding and marketing efforts • Polaroid inventor and CEO Edwin Land was the Steve Jobs of his day and pioneered Jobs’s trademark dramatic product unveilings

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• Will appeal to photography buffs, tech geeks, pop culture nostalgists, and business readers

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Sign Painters Faythe Levine and Sam Macon There was a time—as recently as the 1980s—when storefronts, murals, banners, barn signs, billboards, and even street signs were all hand-lettered with brush and paint. But, like many skilled trades, the sign industry has been overrun by the techno-fueled promise of quicker and cheaper. The resulting proliferation of computer-designed, die-cut vinyl lettering and inkjet printers has ushered a creeping sameness into our visual landscape. Fortunately, there is a growing trend to seek out traditional sign painters and a renaissance in the trade. In 2010 filmmakers Faythe Levine, coauthor of Handmade Nation, and Sam Macon began documenting these dedicated practitioners, their timehonored methods, and their appreciation for quality and craftsmanship. Sign Painters, the first anecdotal history of the craft, features stories and photographs of more than two dozen sign painters working in cities throughout the United States. • Foreword by the legendary painter Ed Ruscha (a former sign painter) • Features sign painters young and old, including the new vanguard working solo or in shops such as San Francisco’s New Bohemia Signs and New York’s Colossal Media’s Sky High Murals • Tied to the Sign Painters documentary, screenings in Fall 2012 and Winter 2013 • Second book by Faythe Levine, coauthor of our best-selling Handmade Nation

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Felix Ng

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They say an elephant never forgets. Well, you are not an elephant. Take notes, constantly. Save interesting thoughts, quotations, films, technologies...the medium doesn’t matter, so long as it inspires you. When you’re stumped, go to your notes like a wizard to his spellbook. Mash those thoughts together. Extend them in every direction until they meet. Your notebook is feeling thin? Then seek assistance and find yourself a genius. Geniuses come in many shapes and colors, and they often run in packs; if you can find one, it may lead you to others. Collaborate with geniuses. Send them your spells. Look carefully at theirs. What could you do together? Combination is creation. Beware addictive medicines. Everything in moderation. This applies particularly to the Internet and your sofa. The physical world is ultimately the source of all inspiration. Which is to say, if all else falls: take a bike ride.

Nothing clears the head in an instant or makes a grown man cry like spicy food. My personal recommendations are Tom Yum Goong (a Thai sour and spicy clear-broth soup, usually cooked with seafood or chicken), Pepper Crabs (the legendary Singaporean dish—the burn is so good, even your fingers hurt), and Curry Fish Head (often cooked with a generous amount of vegetables, like okra and eggplants, and is great paired with a bowl of rice). When you’re done with the tears and the sweating, everything seems insignificant compared to what you’ve just endured.

Paula Scher

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When you’re in a creative rut, the most important thing is to get a fresh perspective. Going for a walk or doing the dishes often helps my mind relax, wander, and eventually generate the good ideas I’m looking for. If that doesn’t work, or I don’t have time to leave the studio, then I try one of these: Multiply Instead of coming up one ideal solution, come up with twenty.

That way you’re not obsessively trying to find the perfect solution. When you have to come up with twenty, you’re forced to remove all your filters and let all the ideas come out. Pretend Stop thinking like a designer or writer or whatever you are for a Shorten the deadline You have five days to complete your screenplay/logo/

artwork/whatever. Give yourself ten minutes. GO. You’d be surprised how quickly you can come up with something when you’re under the gun. Step away from the goddamn internet That’s right, put away the laptop, the

tablet, the smartphone. Access to too much information and too many digital tools and resources can take you off track too easily. Which brings me to...

minute. Pretend you’re a pastry chef. Pretend you’re an elevator repair contractor. A pilot. A hot dog vendor. How do these people look at the world? Many of these suggestions sound like nonsense. The point is to snap out of your current state and get a fresh perspective. If you need to stand on your head and pretend you’re an opossum for a couple of minutes in order to come up with a killer idea/solution/genius work of art, then so be it. Brilliance is inside all of us. We just need to find a way to shake it out.

Change your materials Try pen and paper. It forces you to focus on the

basics, on simple solutions. Use crayons. Use chalk. Write on your hand. Take that paper cup from the coffee shop, cut it open, lay it out flat and draw on that. Attack it like a wild animal.

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Here are things I do, in no particular order, to get over creative block:

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Running out of ideas sucks. Sadly, I don’t believe there is any way to avoid this unfortunate fate. When my creative well runs dry, I don’t subscribe to any meditative step-by-step formula for striking water again. On the contrary, I prefer a self-inflicted method of torture—that is, sitting at the desk all night and day, gnarled pencil in hand, suffering mental and emotional anguish for as many hours as it takes to get through the loads of mud to find a gem. It’s an incredibly uncomfortable process, which may even last a couple of days. I recall one spell, about a year ago, that went on for a whole week. Seven days! I truly didn’t think I would make it. This struggle can affect hygiene, sleep habits, eyesight, basic decision-making skills, and maybe even your ability to distinguish good from evil. However, once you get through it and find that incredible flow of genius content you are so used to having, it’s pure euphoria—the biggest rush. You win, you’ve conquered the challenge, this is the BEST IDEA EVER, and...oh wait, they needed two separate proposals?

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Go to the movies Go to museums and galleries Watch trashy television Go shopping Read junky magazines Watch junky TV Take a long walk, usually down Fifth Avenue

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⎕ Clean out my closet ⎕ Buy cooking supplies or art materials (same thing) ⎕ Buy new make-up ⎕ Get a haircut ⎕ Buy a new pair of shoes or boots Activities in Part A help me get outside myself, may inspire me and help me to see and think in a new way. Activities in Part B are all self-improvement projects. When I feel good about myself I am ready for the next thing.

Michael C. Place

The solution to a problem

⎕ Slice and chop two medium onions into small pieces. ⎕ Put a medium-sized pan on a medium heat with a few glugs of olive oil. ⎕ Add the onions to the pan, and a pinch of salt and pepper. ⎕ Chop finely three varieties of fresh chilies (bird’s eye, Scotch bonnet, green, and red). ⎕ Add the chilies to the pan, stir together and cook for eight minutes. ⎕ Add about 500g of extra-lean beef mince to the pan. ⎕ Stir in so that the beef is coated and lightly browned (should take approx. two minutes). ⎕ Add salt and pepper.

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⎕ Add red kidney beans and tinned chopped tomatoes.

⎕ Plate up the rice (on the side), add the chilies.

⎕ Stir well.

⎕ Large glass of red wine (preferably from Australia or New Zealand).

⎕ Add a pinch of cinnamon. ⎕ Cook on a low heat for approximately twenty minutes. ⎕ Measure a cup and a half of basmati rice into a medium pan. ⎕ Add two and a quarter cups (the same cup you measured the rice in) of cold water to the pan with the rice. ⎕ Boil on a high heat until the lid rattles. ⎕ Turn down the heat to about half way and cook for eight minutes. ⎕ After eight minutes turn the heat off the rice, leave for four minutes (with the lid on).

Now the important problem-solving part—

⎕ Take the plates and pans to the sink. ⎕ Run a mixture of hot (not too hot) and cold water. ⎕ Add a smidgeon of washing-up liquid (preferably for sensitive skin). ⎕ Start washing up, the mundane kicks in. ⎕ The mind clears and new thoughts and ideas appear. ⎕ Enjoy a second glass of wine to savor the moment.

Prem Krishnamurthy + Rob Giampietro Designers

In a moment of mild exasperation, a frequent collaborator of ours remarked that our motto ought to be, “Why do it twice when you can do it thrice?” In some ways, this phrase might come as close as possible to encapsulating our working method and approach: the strongly held belief that the labor of design is, at its core, about more than glib inspirations and momentary insights. Rather, the best design is about hard work, considering problems deeply, iteratively pushing solutions further, and creating things with the utmost craft until they seem to burst with invested meaning and visual refinement. Sometimes those same solutions, having been so thoroughly investigated, can shed the weight of the multiple meanings they may have accrued and become light in their touch, returning to a purer state but nonetheless transformed through their many rounds, versions, and stages. Designs that seem simple yet resonate vibrantly often do so because they are not the first solutions: instead they are just the most recent stop on a long and thorough course of exploration. Whenever someone claims to have a foolproof, patented methodology for making great design, we are skeptical: in our experience, design happens mostly through long discussion, constant inquiry, ongoing experimentation, formal rigor, periodic happenstance, a deadline, and many long nights. Seen this way, the actual products of design fade to the background, giving way to the way things are made and the focused passion that goes into them. Perhaps the corollary to our unofficial motto from earlier would be this famous line by Samuel Beckett: “Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”

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⎕ Kippenberger Die Gesamten Plakate 1977–97 Preface by Bice Curiger Offizin Verlag Zürich, Zürich CH, Verlag Walther König, Köln D, Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich CH, 1998 ⎕ Jan Tschichold Die neue Typography Verlag des Bildungsverbandes der Deutschen Buchdrucker, D, 1928 ⎕ Victor Zimmermann Praktische Winke Für den Umgang mit Satz und Schrift D. Stempel AG Frankfurt a.M. D, 1962 ⎕ Rudolf Hostettler The printers terms Termes techniques des industries graphiques fgm books, St. Gallen CH and London GB, 1949 ⎕ A. Stork mm didot pica inch Conversion tables for the printing industry Edition Terra, Zutphen NL DATE

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⎕ Robert C. Solomon MATHEMATICS Illustrations by Kenneth Ody The Hamly Publishing Group Ltd., London GB, 1969

⎕ Robert Hobbs Mark Lombardi :Global Networks New York: Independent curators International, 2003

⎕ Neil F. Michelsen The American Book of Tables: Placidus Tables of Houses, Time Tables, Interpolation Tables, How to Cast a Natal Horoscope San Diego, CA: Astro Computing Services, 1982

⎕ Erwin Raisz General Cartography New York, Toronto, and London: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1948

⎕ Henry Lysing (John L. Nanovic) Secret Writing: An Introduction to Cryptograms, Ciphers, and Codes New York: Dover Publications, 1974 ⎕ Compiled by Wolfgang Richter Rekorde Einmaligkeiten Kuriositäten in der DDR Verlag Neues Deutschland, D, April 1989 ⎕ Taryn Simon An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar Foreword by Salman Rushdie London: Steidl & Partners, March 2008

⎕ Airborne Spionage Alkenreeks No. 180 B. van der Klaauw Uitgeverij De Alk nv., Alkmaar NL DATE ⎕ William Green, with silhouettes by Dennis Punnett The Observer’s book of Aircraft: Describing 140 Aircraft with 247 Illustrations Frederick Warne & Co LTD, Lodon GB, 1980

⎕ Robert F. Scott, ed. Shooters Bible No. 70 1979 edition, The World’s Standard Firearms Reference Book South Hackensack, NJ: Stoeger Publishing, 1978 ⎕ Foxfire 2 & 4 ghost stories, spring wild plant foods, spinning and weaving, midwifing, burial customs, corn shuckin’s, wagon making, fiddle making, springhouses, horse trading, sassafras tea, berry buckets, gardening and more afairs of plain living. edited with an introduction by Elliot Wigginton Anchor books, Garden City NY USA, 1973/1974

⎕ Harold A. Murtz, ed. Exploded Firearms Drawings 470 Isometric Views of Modern and Collector’s Handguns and Long Guns, each with fully identified components Northbrook IL: DBI Books, 1982

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Breakthrough! 90 Proven Strategies to Overcome Creative Block and Spark Your Imagination Alex Cornell All of us struggle at one time or another with creative block. Always striking at the worst moment, it can leave you feeling completely paralyzed. Take solace in knowing that you are not alone. It happens to everyone and is actually an inevitable part of the creative process. Breakthrough! is a lively compilation of strategies for combating creative block offered by a who’s who of leading graphic designers, typographers, cartoonists, photographers, illustrators, musicians, writers, and other creative professionals. Because every block is different, they offer a wide variety of solutions—from cleaning the house and eating spicy food to making a plaster cast of your hands and feet—that are surprising, amusing, at times weird, but always inspiring. Breakthrough! is rocket fuel for any creative individual in need of a catalyst to get ideas flowing again.

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Elegantissima The Design and Typography of Louise Fili Louise Fili Louise Fili has been an inspiration for designers around the world since the 1980s, when she raised the bar on book cover design, creating close to two thousand jackets as art director for Pantheon Books. In 1989 Fili founded her own graphic design studio, Louise Fili Ltd, and branched out into the fields of restaurant and food packaging design. Her lavish and elegant typography, often hand drawn, helps advertise and market such well-known brands as Sarabeth’s, Bella Cucina, Jean-Georges, and Good Housekeeping, among many others. Known for her intense attention to detail, her fresh reinterpretation of vintage sources, and her passion for all things Italian, Fili has won numerous awards. Elegantissima, the first monograph on her work, covers the breadth of her nearly forty-year design career and is a must-have for graphic design students and professionals, as well as anyone interested in advertising, food, restaurants, Italy, and books. • Eclectic selection of design and typography, from logos to books, from menus to packaging • Includes case studies showing sketches, references, inspiration, and design process • Fili, inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame in 2004, has received three James Beard award nominations

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The Lost Christmas Gift Andrew Beckham Sixty years after his father left to be a mapmaker in the war in Europe, Emerson Johansson received a package that had been lost in the mail for decades. An exquisite book, lovingly handmade by his father, details an extraordinary adventure they shared together just months before his departure. Setting out into the mountains on Christmas Eve to cut a tree, they find themselves in a dangerous blizzard. Lost in the snow, they are helped by a mysterious silvery man who does not speak but leaves them a series of gifts that help them find their way home. The enigmatic man’s image is not captured in the photographs the boy took with his new camera, pictures he believed, until now, were long lost. Little did he know that his father had taken the photographs with him to the battlefield, and drawing on vellum overlays, meticulously reconstructed, mapped, and narrated their adventure, revealing that the curious man in the woods was, in fact, no stranger, but somebody well known to us all. This book, destined to become a Christmas classic, is a faithful facsimile of the magnificent hand-crafted present Johansson’s father sent him, and a poignant reminder that the best gifts, of memory, family, and the kindness of strangers, transcend time but never our understanding. • Beautifully illustrated artist’s book transformed into a holiday trade title

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T H E A R C H I T E C T S AYS

T H E A R C H I T E C T S AYS

I know when I was a kid we used to throw the football out of a firstfloor window. We never went to a play space; the play space began immediately. Play was inspired, not organized.

I myself am installed in a windowless air-conditioned office, a kind of cell. My visitors are conscious of this fact, which makes them speak concisely and to the point.

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Less is more. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

LESS IS A BORE. Robert Venturi

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i am able to do a project without the use of a pencil. i can imagine the location and i can imagine the project that i want to make. i think of all the solutions.

To me the drawn language is a very revealing language: one can see in a few lines whether a man is really an architect.

Oscar Niemeyer

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The Architect Says Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom compiled and edited by Laura S. Dushkes If there’s anything architects like doing more than designing buildings, it’s talking about architecture. Whether musing about their inspirations (a blank sheet of paper, the sun hitting the side of a building), expanding on each other’s thoughts (on materials, collaboration, clients, and constraints), or dishing out a clever quip, architects make good copy. The Architect Says is a colorful compendium of quotations from more than one hundred of history’s most opinionated design minds. Paired on page spreads like guests at a dinner party—an architect of today might sit next to a contemporary or someone from the eighteenth century—these sets of quotes convey  a remarkable depth and diversity of thinking. Alternately wise and amusing, this elegant gem of a book makes the perfect gift for architects, students, and anyone curious about the ideas and personalities that have helped shape our built world.

THE ARCHITECT SAYS Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom

compiled and edited by Laura S. Dushkes

Featuring quotations from: • First book to focus solely on quotations about architects and architecture • Eye-catching typographic treatment features one quotation per page

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• Alvar Aalto • Tadao Ando • Shigeru Ban • Denise Scott Brown • Santiago Calatrava • Leonardo da Vinci • Elizabeth Diller • Charles Eames • Peter Eisenman • Buckminster Fuller • Antoni Gaudí • Frank Gehry • Michael Graves • Zaha Hadid • Steven Holl • Philip Johnson • Louis Kahn

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components and etiquet te of socia l stationery

the w r it in g of a p e r s on a l no t e o r l e t t e r 1. prepare a place in which to write. it is very important that this be a quiet place, one where you will temporarily be left alone. romantics like high, vaulted ceilings; pragmatics like low-slung huts. some people require big gothic windows filled with sunlight; others require candlelight and bed. 2. preferably, your place should be away from electronic media: no phones, blackberrys, radios, stereos (although some quiet classical music is okay). especially this means getting away from televisions, dvd players, and computers of any kind. 3. if the place is not a designated writing area and used only intermittently for this purpose, be sure to clear a space at least as wide as your arm span.

Fig. 11, opposite, top: Engraved bridal cipher for the author’s mother on Crane & Co. paper (Detroit, 1951). The cipher is ribbon style, created by engraving multiple lines contouring in the same direction. Estate of Charlotte Kaufman Feldman. The original plate was lost in the early 1980s.

Fig. 12, opposite, bottom left: Replica of original cipher engraved on Pineider note sheets. Engraved for the author, New York, early 1980s.

Fig. 13, opposite, bottom right: Replica of original cipher engraved in the ribbon style. Note that the engraving is not as delicate as the original. Bold ink and paper color choices were used to compensate for the lack of refinement.

Fig. 14, above: Press proof of replicated plate for Charlotte Kaufman Feldman cipher. Note that the delicate interior lines are no longer present.

clean the surface. select a comfortable chair. arrange your writing supplies. (the right environment will put you in the proper frame of mind. just as a great novel or excellent play or restaurant

Engraved for the author, New York, early 1980s.

Engraved for the author, New York, early 1980s.

meal transforms, you will immediately be able to focus on your own thoughts.) 4. wash your hands. return to the writing space and sit down in the chair. align your feet directly beneath your knees, your feet facing relatively forward. let

Fig. 16 : Onionskin letter sheets, folded, with matching, hand-converted, fully lined onionskin envelope. The sheet quarter-folds.

your hands fall naturally to your sides. relax your head, neck, and shoulders, inhale deeply, and let gravity gently pull your head forward. take five to ten deliberate breaths while looking downward at

Commissioned by the author, New York, 2001.

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What are the necessary pieces in a contemporary stationery wardrobe? answer

note cards, letter sheets, m o na r c h s h e e t s , a nd no t e s he e t s .

mon a rch s h e e ts a re p e rfe ct for writin g a p ol ite Fig. 9: While investing in a complete set of engraved stationery may be a stretch for many, ordering a monogram or cipher to be used by both bride

and groom after marriage is a charming idea for newlyweds. This wedding suite includes an A7 note card engraved with the couple’s marital cipher.

in qu iry to th e n e igh bor a bou t wh y th e n e w dog, or n a n n y , a cts s o s tra n ge l y .

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ciphers and monogr ams, family crests and sea ls

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Fig. 35, above: Several examples showing a wide variety of papers, and weights of paper, upon which the same lettering style has been engraved. Artscroll Printing, New York, and Hart Engraving, Milwaukee, commissioned by the author, 1997 to 2008.

Fig. 26, above: Single page showing various seals and emblems, engraved and embossed. Lincoln Seal and Monogram Album. Collection of Joel Mason. Photo by Eli Neugeboren.

Commissioned by the author, New York, 1997 and 2008.

Fig. 27, opposite: Engraved crests with motto. Lincoln Crest and Monogram Album.

Fig. 37, oposite, bottom: Vintage 9# Tuscon (orange) manifold paper and black, four-ply museum board, Legion Paper. One piece of this museum board is as thick as a stack of approximately thirty-four sheets of onionskin or manifold copy paper. Manifold, a type of onionskin paper, was once used in offices for making duplicate copies with carbon paper—the different colors served as a color coding system for filing correspondence.

Collection of Joel Mason. Photo by Eli Neugeboren.

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Fig. 36, opposite, top: Line Block lettering style engraved on ultra-thin, vintage #9, cockle finish, 25 percent cotton onionskin paper and four-ply, 100 percent cotton museum board ( 1 16 -inch thick).

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The Complete Engraver Monograms, Crests, Ciphers, Seals, and the Etiquette of Social Stationery Nancy Sharon Collins In this age of emails, texts, and instant messages, receiving a letter has become a rare treat. Engraved stationery can make a piece of correspondence, whether a short note, formal letter, or business card, even more special. Once an integral part of social life, the use of engraved stationery has become a lost art. In The Complete Engraver, author Nancy Sharon Collins brings this venerable craft to life—from the history and etiquette of engraved social stationery in America to its revival and promise of new visual possibilities. Illustrated with gorgeous, original specimens of social stationery, calling cards, and monograms, The Complete Engraver also includes an instructional section that walks the reader through the engraving process and the steps required to commission engraving work today. • The first book to focus on the history of engraving and how it relates to etiquette and social stationery • Filled with beautiful specimens of engraved stationery, calling cards, monograms, and crests • Includes tips on letter writing and the etiquette of social stationery • Two digital fonts based on engraver’s style typefaces are available for free for readers of the book (via a web link) • Nancy Sharon Collins is a well-known designer and stationer for clients such as Clinique, Revlon, Curve Fragrance, Williams-Sonoma, Martha Stewart Wedding, the Metropolitan Opera Shop, and the Museum of Modern Art

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Balthazar Korab Architect of Photography John Comazzi

Balthazar Korab Architect of Photography John Comazzi

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. In this riveting illustrated biography— the first dedicated solely to his life and career—author John Comazzi traces Korab’s circuitous path to a career in photography. He paints a vivid picture of a young man forced to flee his native Hungary, who goes on to study architecture at the famed École des Beaux-Arts in Paris before emigrating to the United States and launching his career as Eero Saarinen’s on-staff photographer. The book includes a portfolio of more than one hundred images from Korab’s professionally commissioned architecture photography as well as close examinations of Saarinen’s TWA Terminal and the Miller House in Columbus, Indiana. • Photographed buildings include Mies van der Rohe’s S. R. Crown Hall, Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University, Louis Kahn’s Kimbell Art Museum and Salk Institute, Minoru Yamasaki’s World Trade Center, Richard Meier’s Douglas House, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, and Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House, among many others

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LE CORBUSIER REDRAWN THE HOUSES STEVEN PARK

Steven Park Le Corbusier (1887–1965) was the most significant architect of the twentieth century. Every architecture student examines the Swiss master’s work. Yet, all too frequently, they rely on reproductions of faded drawings of uneven size and quality. Le Corbusier Redrawn presents the only collection of consistently rendered original drawings (at 1:200 scale) of all twenty-six of Le Corbusier’s residential works. Using the original drawings from the Le Corbusier Foundation’s digital archives, architect Steven Park has beautifully redrawn 130 perspectival sections, as well as plans, sections, and elevations of exterior forms and interior spaces. These remarkable new drawings—which combine the conceptual clarity of the section with the spatial qualities of the perspective—not only provide information about the buildings, they also help students experience specific works spatially as they learn to critically examine Le Corbusier’s works. • Presents all of the self-sufficient and detached singleand double-family houses designed by Le Corbusier since 1920 • Includes Maison-Atelier Ozenfant, Villas La RocheJeanneret, Villa Savoye, Maison Curutchet, Maisons Jaoul, and Maison de l’Homme • Shows students how to develop and refine their own visualization and drawing-analysis tools

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Contemporary Classical The Architecture of Andrew Skurman Andrew Skurman Architect Andrew Skurman is an unabashed classicist. His award-winning San Francisco–based firm, Andrew Skurman Architects, specializes in designing superbly crafted custom residences inspired by the building traditions of French châteaux, Mediterranean villas, and Georgian country houses. Skurman draws on an extensive architectural library of European and American design with the precision of an eminent art historian, skillfully adapting timeless design elements to suit today’s lifestyles. Collaborating with well-respected contractors, interior and landscape designers, lighting and audiovisual experts, and other consultants, Skurman blends modern comfort and conveniences into traditional settings. Featuring gorgeous photography and exquisite watercolor studies, Contemporary Classical showcases an exceptional range of residential work, including the new Pelican Hill Resort on the Newport Coast of California. • Includes plans, elevations, and details of more than twenty built houses • Features projects in San Francisco (Nob Hill, Pacific Heights), the Newport Beach coast, and Northern California • Homes designed by Andrew Skurman Architects have been appeared in numerous publications, such as Architectural Digest, House & Garden, and the New York Times Magazine

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Generative Design Visualize, Program, and Create with Processing Hartmut Bohnacker, Benedikt Gross, Julia Laub, and Claudius Lazzeroni, editor Generative design is a revolutionary new method of creating artwork, models, and animations from sets of rules, or algorithms. By using accessible programming languages such as Processing, artists and designers are producing extravagant, crystalline structures that can form the basis of anything from patterned textiles and typography to lighting, scientific diagrams, sculptures, films, and even fantastical buildings. Opening with a gallery of thirty-five illustrated case studies, Generative Design takes users through specific, practical instructions on how to create their own visual experiments by combining simple-to-use programming codes with basic design principles. A detailed handbook of advanced strategies provides visual artists with all the tools to achieve proficiency. Both a how-to manual and a showcase for recent work in this exciting new field, Generative Design is the definitive study and reference book that designers have been waiting for. • Examples are drawn from the work of graphic designers, sculptors, architects, and other visual artists, including Stefan Sagmeister, THEVERYMANY, Eno Henze, Janne Kyttänen, Golan Levin, Jonathan Puckey, and Marius Watz • Features detailed cross-references to a companion website where source codes for examples can be downloaded and users can share their own artwork, code, and techniques

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The Disappearance of Darkness Photography at the End of the Analog Era Robert Burley Over the past decade, photographer Robert Burley has traveled the world documenting the abandonment and destruction of film-based photography, namely, the factories where film was produced and the labs that developed it. Burley’s atmospheric large-format photographs transport viewers to rarely seen sites where the alchemy of the photographic process was practiced over the last century—from the Polaroid plant in Waltham, Massachusetts to the Kodak-Pathé plant in Chalon-sur-Saône, France, the birthplace in 1827 of photography itself. As both fine art and documentary, The Disappearance of Darkness is an elegiac reflection on the resilience of traditional art forms in the digital era and a vital commemoration of a century-old industry that seems to have disappeared overnight. • Traveling exhibition of the photographs planned 2012 • Features 71 full-color plates of large-format photographs • Essay contributors include curators at the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto, the Eastman House in Rochester, and the Musée Nicéphore Niépce in Chalon-sur-Saône

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Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Intensities Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurumaki, and David J. Lewis Since the release of their best-selling monograph Opportunistic Architecture in 2007, New York City–based Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis has picked up a National Design Award from the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum while continuing to produce work featuring their unique combination of programmatic wit, material fabrication, and construction. Lewis. Tsurumaki.Lewis: Intensities presents twenty new built and speculative projects ranging from small installations to interior home and office transformations to large cultural institutions and urban renewal plans. The firm’s signature drawings and process shots reveal the methods behind their remarkably diverse works. • The Heinz Architectural Center at Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh will host an exhibition of the firm’s work in 2013 • Includes projects in New York City; Austin, Texas; Claremont, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Laramie, Wyoming • Firm principals are well known in architecture schools, teaching at Princeton University, Columbia University, and Parsons, and lecture nationwide • Work appeals to students and practitioners in architecture, interior design, lighting design, and exhibition design

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Kassler Lecture Series

R. Buckminster Fuller World Man Daniel López-Pérez, editor Buckminster Fuller (1895–1983) was one of the most innovative and influential thinkers of the twentieth century. Best known as the inventor of the geodesic dome, Fuller sought out long-term, technology-led solutions to the world’s most pressing social and environmental problems. His prodigious creative output—from visionary architectural works and experimental structures to expressive drawings and poetic musings—foreshadowed today’s green design and prefab housing movements. R.Buckminster Fuller: World Man documents his never-before-published 1966 Kassler lecture at Princeton University School of Architecture. Delivered at the height of his career (Fuller had appeared on the cover of Time magazine in 1964), he used the lecture to reflect on and synthesize his most significant concepts. In addition to a faithful facsimile of the lecture’s typewritten transcript, the book includes an introductory essay on Fuller’s work, a glossary of key terms and phrases, and an interview with Robert Geddes, the dean responsible for bringing Fuller to teach and lecture at the school.

R.BUCKMINSTER FULLER WORLD MAN

KASSLER LECTURE SERIES OCT 05 1966

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• Appeals to designers, students, environmentalists, and Fuller scholars • Sheds new light on Fuller’s extensive body of work • Offers a rare opportunity to read an original facsimile of a lecture by Fuller

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Kassler Lecture Series

Toyo Ito Force of Nature

R.BUCKMINSTER Jessie A. Turnbull, editor

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The work of Japanese architect Toyo Ito explores the dynamic relationship between buildings and their WORLD environments. His principal MAN focus is on developing an architecture free of the grid system, which he believes homogenizes people and their lives. Toyo Ito: Force of Nature documents the architect’s 2009 Kassler lecture at Princeton University School of Architecture. Told primarily in Ito’s own voice, the book features the edited lecture transcript, as well as an interview with the architect by Julian Worrall and a new translation of Ito’s 1980 essay “The Projection of the ‘Profane’ World onto the ‘Sacred.’” Bringing together different strands of a long and fruitful career, the book concludes with an afterword by Ito that addresses the exhibition Home for All, a response to Japan’s earthquake and tsunami disasters in March 2011.

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• Bookends Ito’s work by examining his very early experimental projects and his most recent buildings • Projects illustrated in the publication include: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (unbuilt), Taichung Opera House, Tama Art University Library, and Kakamigahara Crematorium • One of the central members of the Metabolist group in the 1960s, Ito received the RIBA Gold Metal in 2006

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Everything All at Once The Software, Film, and Architecture of MOS Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample In less than a decade, Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample have emerged as two of architecture’s most  daring experimenters. Their New York City-based studio MOS is home to an unusually eclectic band of collaborators for whom new media technologies offer not simply better means of presentation, but rather become the radical tools necessary to create groundbreaking architecture. By exchanging plans and sections for software and film, MOS eschews the static forms of traditional architecture in favor of a working technique that is inventive and playful. Everything All at Once showcases over twenty-five projects on screen and in built form, including the acclaimed thatchcovered structures from the 2009 PS1 After Party and the mylar weather balloon installation at the 2010 Venice Biennale. As aesthetically experimental as the projects it contains, Everything All at Once is a window on the architectural vanguard of today and a vision of the architectural studio of tomorrow. • This is the first published book focused on the work of MOS • Includes an essay by architecture critic Sylvia Lavin, chair of the PhD architecture program at UCLA • In addition to architecture, MOS crosses over into genres of gaming, new media, design, and programming • A colorful visual manifesto that will be a muchcoveted design object

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Conversations with Students

Tadao Ando Conversations with Students

TADAO ANDO Conversations with Students

Matthew Hunter

Matthew Hunter, translator and editor The newest volume in our popular Conversations series features Japanese architect Tadao Ando. One of the most celebrated living architects, Ando is best known for crafting serenely austere structures that fuse Japanese building traditions with Western modernism. His minimalist masterworks—geometric forms clad in silky-smooth exposed concrete—are suffused with natural light and set in perfect harmony with the landscape. In these highlights from lectures delivered at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Architecture, Ando candidly describes his experiences as a largely self-taught practitioner, tracing his development from an early interest in the traditional building craft of his native Japan through his political awakening in the turbulent 1960s to his current stature as one of the world’s foremost architects. In addition to exploring his aesthetic influences and working process, Ando offers students a road map not only for maintaining professional integrity, but also for becoming effective agents of change in the world. • This is the first of Ando’s writings to be translated into English • Includes a foreword by Ando written specifically for this publication • Ando is the only architect to have won the discipline’s four most prestigious prizes: the Pritzker, Carlsberg, Praemium Imperiale, and Kyoto Prizes

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• Ando’s Tokyo Sky Tree tower, the tallest in the world, is set to open in March 2012

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Modern Landscapes: Transition and Transformation

Lawrence Halprin’s Skyline Park Ann Komara The first volume in our new Modern Landscapes: Transition and Transformation series, Lawrence Halprin’s Skyline Park showcases the acclaimed landscape designer’s urban renewal effort for downtown Denver in the 1970s. Drawing on the rugged beauty of the city’s natural surroundings for inspiration, Halprin created a signature landmark of sunken fountains, walls, and berms that served as an urban promenade and an oasis from the surrounding streets. This monograph honors the legacy of Halprin’s original work by presenting the most complete documentation available of the park’s conception, construction, and use before its total redesign in 2003. • The first book on a highly influential designer’s important modern landscape project • Appeals to architects, urban planners, and urban historians • Features new photography, archival drawings, and original documentation • Provides a cautionary tale and a best practices model for landscape architects

Lawrence Halprin’s Skyline Ann Komara Park

With a foreword by Charles A. Birnbaum and an essay by Laurie D. Olin Epilogue by Lawrence Halprin

Modern Landscapes tr ansition & tr ansformation

Modern Landscapes: Transition and Transformation is a Princeton Architectural Press series produced in concert with the Cultural Landscape Foundation that focuses on historically significant midcentury works that have been demolished or have undergone a significant transformation. Each publication in the series will chronicle the planning and design motivations behind the work, illuminate its history, and place it within its historic design context.

• Includes a foreword by series editor Charles Birnbaum, president of the Cultural Landscape Foundation; an essay by Laurie Olin; and an epilogue by Lawrence Halprin

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A Guide to Archigram 1961–74 Archigram Archives In the decade of the Beatles and the moon landing, cybernetics and megacities, an ambitious group of young British architects burst on the scene with a bold manifesto for urban building. The Archigram group pioneered a playful brand of architecture that was visionary, utopian, and grounded in social need. Through a provocative series of publications and exhibitions, the avant-garde cooperative challenged an architectural establishment they felt had become reactionary and self-serving. They advocated a complete rethinking of the relationships between technology, society, and architecture, rightly predicting today’s information revolution decades before it came to pass. A Guide to Archigram 1961–74 is a compact history showcasing the group’s most interesting and influential schemes, from walking cities and plug-in universities to inflatable dwellings and free time nodes. This book, the most comprehensive guide to Archigram’s voluminous output, collects the critical responses of the period, in addition to hundreds of drawings and photographs. • Our 1999 book on Archigram (which is different in content) is a strong backlist seller • In recognition of the group’s substantial contribution to international architecture, Archigram was awarded the RIBA Gold Medal in 2002 on the strength of its conceptual ideas

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From the Ground Up Innovative Green Homes Peggy Tully, editor It is said that the history of modern architecture can be observed through the evolution of the single-family home. Over generations, each has hoped to improve on the last, rethinking and reinventing this seemingly simple building type. At certain historic moments in the discourse, new ideas about domesticity have given form to radically different configurations of home and community. Current emphasis on sustainability presents a unique opportunity to design affordable houses that respond to specific economic, social, and environmental challenges. In From the Ground Up editor Peggy Tully presents the results of an international competition to create new models for affordable high-performance green homes in urban residential neighborhoods. Developed for a vacant infill site in Syracuse’s Near Westside, these ambitious projects offer an array of innovative designs that provide a new vision for once-vital urban residential neighborhoods and well-designed energy-efficient homes throughout the United States. • Features experimental new work by young firms implementing novel technologies and building strategies • Includes topical essays by series editor Mark Robbins, architect Michael Sorkin, and architectural historian Susan Henderson • Features amazing photography of the winning proposals by renowned photographer Richard Barnes

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Formerly Urban Projecting Rust Belt Futures Julia Czerniak, editor Formerly Urban is a collection of essays grounded in the belief that design, in all its manifestations, must play a central role in the revitalization of shrinking cities in America. The essays—by notable architects, landscape architects, and urban planners—argue that designers need to seize the opportunity to be the link between universities, local government, and private foundations. Only by participating from an urban project’s inception can designers help shape design policy and the design of public works. Formerly Urban is for practitioners, urban thinkers, and anyone participating in the renewal and revitalization of our formerly urban centers. • Recharacterizes the dying Rust Belt city, promoting the need to redesign cities to be smaller and smarter • Offers a diverse collection of opinions from leading architects, landscape architects, planners, and experts in the field of affordable housing • Features practical essays and case studies by Mark Robbins, McLain Clutter, Hunter Morrison, Don Mitchell, Roger Sherman, Edward Mitchell, Julia Czerniak, Charles Waldheim, and Marc Norman • Landscape architect Julia Czerniak is the editor of the very successful essay collection Large Parks

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Classic Reprints

The Complete Etchings of Rome G.B. Piranesi Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720–78) is unquestionably the most celebrated architectural engraver in history: his prints of Rome, in particular, have thrilled architects, illustrators, archeologists, historians, and collectors for centuries. The prints, more than two thousand, most drawn directly on copper plates, coming from his workshop on the Via del Corso, made him a celebrity in his day and cemented his place in our collective mental image of ancient Rome, from its best-known ruins to his imaginary prison spaces (the “carceri”). Piranesi’s two volumes, the Views of Rome (Vedute di Roma) of 1745 and the Antiquities of Rome (Antichità Romanae) of 1748 are gathered together here for the first time in a single high-quality volume to form a definitive collection of all of Piranesi’s etchings of built Rome. Widely but often badly copied, Piranesi’s engravings are reproduced here to the exacting standards of our Classic Reprints series and in a large (9 x 12 inches) format to ensure the highest-quality facsimile, drawing on originals from the archives of the Classical Institute of Architecture and Art’s Ross Collection. This is an essential addition to the library of anyone who studies or is enamored of the splendor of ancient Rome. • Only large-format high-quality edition of Piranesi’s etchings in print (numerous books reproduce Piranesi’s images at small size or on inferior paper) • Acid-free paper, Smyth-sewn binding, and cloth hardcover binding match the other volumes in the highly regarded Classic Reprints series.

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Princeton Architectural Press’s Classic Reprints Series was established in 1981 to make rare volumes on architecture available to a wider audience. The books’ beautiful reproductions and finest quality printing and binding match those of the originals. These critically acclaimed books are an essential addition to any library.

The Antiquities of Athens Measured and Delineated by James Stuart and Nicholas Revett, Painters and Architects James Stuart, Nicholas Revett 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 496 pp / 400 b+w Hardcover 978-1-56898-723-1 $125.00 / £70.00

Edifices de Rome Moderne Paul Letarouilly 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 368 pp / 354 b+w Hardcover 978-0-910413-00-8 $85.00 / £60.00

L’Architecture Claude-Nicolas Ledoux 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 328 pp / 300 b+w Hardcover 978-0-910413-03-9 $85.00 / £60.00

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Pencil Points Reader A Journal for the Drafting Room, 1920-1943 Jan Cigliano, George E. Hartman 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 680 pp / 400 b+w Hardcover 978-1-56898-352-3 $85.00 / £60.00

Plan of Chicago Daniel H. Burnham, Edward H. Bennett 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 268 pp / 48 col / 94 b+w Hardcover 978-1-878271-41-9 $85.00 / £60.00 Rights: W

The Vatican and Saint Peter’s Basilica of Rome Paul Letarouilly 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 320 pp / 24 col / 243 b+w Hardcover 978-1-56898-875-7 $125.00 / £80.00

Sammlung Architektonischer Entwurfe Karl Friedrich Schinkel 11 x 8.5 in / 28 x 22 cm 268 pp / 207 b+w Hardcover 978-0-910413-56-5 $85.00 / £60.00

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Alvar Aalto Houses Jari Jetsonen and Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen During the course of a career spanning more than fifty years, Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto (1898–1976) designed nearly one hundred singlefamily houses. Aalto, also known for his furniture and glassware, worked in a distinctive style that blended modernism and traditional vernacular architecture. Now available in paperback, Alvar Aalto Houses presents twenty-six of Aalto’s innovative residences— from small summer homes and postwar standardized housing to large housing complexes for industrial commissions—built between the 1920s and the 1960s. • Alvar Aalto is universally acknowledged as one of the most important figures of twentieth century architecture • Beautifully illustrated with newly commissioned photographs as well as Aalto’s archival drawings • Includes houses built for some of the most famous personalities of the time, including art collectors, composers, and writers

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The Houses of William Wurster 978-1-61689-028-5 $50.00 / £35.00

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Eladio Dieste Innovation in Structural Art Stanford Anderson In an industry so often enamored by mediacoddled superstars with trendy clients, Eladio Dieste stands out as a refreshing and inspiring figure. Dieste spent most of his long and productive career creating industrial and agrarian works, public infrastructure, commercial buildings, and small churches in his native Uruguay. His unique method of design, a melding of architecture and engineering, elevated these often humble buildings to masterworks of structural art. Capitalizing on his revolutionary approach to building with reinforced masonry, Dieste built aesthetically stunning structures economically. Today, those familiar with his work consider him the equal of such structural innovators as Pier Luigi Nervi and Eduardo Torroja. With Dieste’s death in 2000, this book is both a tribute and the definitive reference to his extraordinary work.

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• This is the first comprehensive analysis of Dieste’s work to be published in English • Examines in detail both the beauty and technical innovation of Dieste’s projects • Includes three essays by Dieste on art, culture, and technology • Dieste is one of the pillars of Latin-American architecture

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Bee Rose-Lynn Fisher Of the ten million or so different species of insects on our planet, none is more fascinating than the honeybee. Magnified hundreds to thousands of times with a highresolution scanning electron microscope, honeybees become architectural masterpieces—an elegant fusion of form and function. Now available in paperback, Bee presents sixty astonishing photographs of honeybee anatomy in magnifications ranging from 10x to 5000x. Rendered in stunning detail, these photographs uncover the strange beauty of the honeybee’s pattern, form, and structure. Comprising 6,900 hexagonal lenses, their eyes resemble the structure of a honeycomb. The bee’s six-legged exoskeleton is fuzzy with hairs that build up a static charge as it flies in order to electrically attract pollen. Wings clasp together with tiny hooks, and a double-edged stinger resembles a serrated hypodermic needle. These visual discoveries, made otherworldly through photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher’s lens, expand the boundaries of our thinking about the natural world and stimulate our imaginations.

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• Features a foreword by nature writer and New York Times editorial board member Verlyn Klinkenborg • Six chapters correspond to the different parts of bee anatomy, with images of the antenna, body, eye, leg, proboscis, and wing • Bees are kept by a quarter-million beekeepers in the United States alone, and millions more around the world

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Large Scale Fabricating Sculpture in the 1960s and 1970s Jonathan D. Lippincott An important lost chapter in the history of modern art is now available in paperback. Prior to 1966, if artists wanted to create works larger than their studios or metalworking abilities allowed, they had to turn to industrial manufacturers, who were often unable to accommodate the creative process of making art. Large Scale tells the story of Lippincott, Inc., which, from 1966 to 1994, put the tools of industrial fabrication in the hands of artists, allowing them to produce at a scale they had previously only dreamed of on paper. Lippincott worked with artists from the conception of a project to the completed sculpture, displaying pieces in the field adjoining the shop before installing them all over the country and the world. Drawing on the vast collection of images in the Lippincott archive, Large Scale presents more than three hundred photographs of these artists and their iconic works.

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• Lippincott’s four decades in business correspond quite neatly with perhaps the most active period of public sculpture in art history • Never-before-seen images reveal the working processes of some of the most important American artists of the twentieth century, including Claes Oldenburg, Louise Nevelson, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Indiana, and Barnett Newman • An introduction by curator Patterson Sims places the evolution of Lippincott, Inc. in the context of the history of American art

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The FORuM Project series is published in association with the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture at Columbia University

Studio and Cube On the Relationship Between Where Art is Made and Where Art Is Displayed Brian O’Doherty When does an artist’s creation become art, and where? Does it occur in the solitary confines of an artist’s studio, or does it require the context of an art gallery’s white cube? Studio and Cube is author Brian O’Doherty’s long-awaited follow-up to his seminal 1976 essays for Artforum, republished in 1999 as Inside the White Cube: The Ideology of the Gallery Space. In Studio and Cube he expands his interpretation to include the artist’s studio, tracking the relationship between the artwork and the artist from Vermeer through late modernism. Shipping November 2012 — 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 21.6 cm 80 pp / 43 color Paperback / 978-1-61689-099-5 $21.95 / £13.99

Architecture of the Off-Modern Svetlana Boym Svetlana Boym’s Architecture of the Off-Modern is an imaginative tour through the history and afterlife of Vladimir Tatlin’s legendary but unbuilt Monument to the Third International of 1920. Boym traces the vicissitudes of Tatlin’s tower, from its reception in the 1920s to its privileged recall in “the reservoir of unofficial utopian dreams” of the Soviet era. Boym offers an alternative history of modernism, postulating the “architecture of adventure” as a poetic model for “third-route” thinking about technology, history, and aesthetic culture. Shipping November 2012 — 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 21.6 cm 80 pp / 20 color / 22 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-103-9 $21.95 / £13.99 Rights: W 52195

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50 Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International McKenzie Wark From Occupy Wall Street activists and corporate adbusters to online hackers and guerilla street artists, the influence of the Situationist International (SI) is written large across our contemporary cultural landscape. Formed in 1957 as a merger of four European avantgarde groups with backgrounds in Marxism and Lettrism, the SI would over the next decade introduce many key intellectual and artistic concepts to us. In 50 Years of Recuperation, critically acclaimed author McKenzie Wark explores how our contemporary understanding of art, politics, and even reality itself has been shaped by these original culture jammers. Shipping November 2012 — 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 21.6 cm 80 pp / 26 color / 18 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-108-4 $21.95 / £13.99 Rights: W

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The Project of Autonomy Politics and Architecture within and against Capitalism

Biopolitics and the Emergence of Modern Architecture

Donogoo-Tonka or the Miracles of Science

Pier Vittorio Aureli

Sven-Olov Wallenstein

Jules Romains

The Project of Autonomy radically readdresses the concept of autonomy in politics and architecture by tracing a concise and polemical argument about its history in Italy in the 1960s and early 1970s. Architect and educator Pier Vittorio Aureli analyzes the position of the Operaism movement and its intersections with two of the most radical architectural-urban theories of the day: Aldo Rossi’s redefinition of the architecture of the city and Archizoom’s No-stop City. The book draws on significant new source material, including recent interviews by the author and untranslated documents.

Biopolitics and the Emergence of Modern Architecture concerns the dissolution of the classical paradigm of architecture as imitative form in the context of the French Enlightenment, and analyzes the emergence of a new logic of architecture based on a biopolitical process of subject formation. Published shortly after the release of the first English translation of Foucault’s The Birth of Biopolitics, this is the first volume that specifically relates the biopolitical concept to architecture.

Donogoo-Tonka or the Miracles of Science: A Cinematographic Tale is a mock film scenario written by the French novelist Jules Romains. It was first published in book form in 1920 and has never been translated into English. The satirical plot concerns a famous geographer whose academic career is about to be derailed by the revelation that he has invented a city in South America. Through a hilarious sequence of events, a suicidal young man finds a new mission in life by undertaking to found the fictional city, thereby redeeming the error and reputation of the absentminded professor.

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Balcony Press

Design for Education Gensler Gensler is the world’s largest architectural firm in the areas of educational and governmental building. Part of the Gensler Monograph series, Design for Education is a compelling overview of modern learning environments—from primary schools to universities. Introduced by Andrew Blum, a contributing editor at Urban Omnibus, the book focuses on education’s need for facilities that not only support learning but also accommodate growth and change. Case studies of seventeen projects document how Gensler works with education clients to explore a range of issues and arrive at innovative design solutions. Shipping October 2012 — 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 200 pp / 230 color Paperback 978-1-890449-59-9 $25.00 / £15.99 Rights: W 52500

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Design for Government Gensler Part of the Gensler Monograph series, Design for Government is a thorough overview of contemporary civic architecture. In his introduction, Architect magazine editor-at-large Vernon Mays reviews the goals and issues behind public sector development. Fifteen case studies—national headquarters, city halls, courthouses, and memorials—document how Gensler works with government clients to explore these issues and deliver high-performance design solutions with creativity and economy of means. Shipping October 2012 — 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 200 pp / 230 color Paperback 978-1-890449-60-5 $25.00 / £15.99 Rights: W 52500

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Autonomy The cover designs of Anarchy 1961–1970 Daniel Poyner, editor Anarchy was a journal of ideas published in London through the 1960s. Its 118 issues provide a remarkable sample of dissenting and libertarian discussion in the English-speaking world, as it developed through those years. Prominent among the themes of the journal were education, the urban environment, work, workers’ self-organization, crime, and psychology, as well as anarchist traditions and history; attention was given to literature, theater, and cinema. Although its contributors were many and diverse, Anarchy was essentially the creation of one person, Colin Ward (1924–2010). With this journal, and throughout his work as a writer, editor, and activist, Ward proposed the idea that anarchist principles of mutual aid and autonomous organization outside a centralized state can be achieved here and now—and are already at work all around us. The title of this book—Autonomy—takes up a defining idea of anarchism, as well as using again the word that Ward had intended to be the title of his journal. • Autonomy writes a new chapter in graphic design history, based in a rich and unexpected source • Rich documentation of British social history • The author-subject index to the journal is a valuable tool in its own right

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Backlist

58 Architects & Monographs 64 Young Architects Series 64 Architecture Briefs 65 Buildings 67 Source Books in Architecture 67 Campus Guides 69 Classic Reprints 69 Construction & Reference 71 General Architecture 76 Guide Books 77 Landscape Architecture 78  Source Books in Landscape Architecture 78 Urbanism 80 Writings & Theory 83 Conversations with Students 84 Pamphlet Architecture 86 Arts & Photography 92 Book Arts 92 Graphic & Industrial Design 96 Design Briefs 97 Dot Dot Dot 98 Fresh Dialogue 98 Typography 100 Visual & Popular Culture


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Adalberto Libera Francesco Garofalo and Luca Veresani 6 x 9.5 in / 15 x 24 cm 208 pp / 300 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-344-8 $24.95 / £17.95

Anchoring Steven Holl 8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm 172 pp / 205 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-87827-151-8 $40.00 / £28.00

Animate Form Greg Lynn 6.6 x 8.8 in / 17 x 22 cm 204 pp / 1472 col / 135 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-083-6 $40.00 / £28.00

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The Architecture of the Ozarks The Works of Marlon Blackwell Marlon Blackwell 9.8 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm 192 pp / 284 col / 51 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-488-9 $40.00 / £28.00

Art Deco San Francisco The Architecture of Timothy Pflueger Therese Poletti and Tom Paiva 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 256 pp / 210 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-756-9 $55.00 / £35.00

AT-INdex Winka Dubbeldam 7.8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 224 pp / 250 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-535-0 $40.00 / £28.00

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The Big Idea Scott Johnson 6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm 120 pp / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-890449-38-4 $35.00 / £20.00

Bing Thom Works Bing Thom Architects 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 208 pp / 100 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-959-4 $65.00 / £37.50

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Bioreboot The Architecture of R&Sie(n) Giovanni Corbellini et al. 9.5 x 6.5 in / 24 x 17 cm 224 pp / 132 col / 105 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-869-6 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W NA, Canada, Australia, Philippines only

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Charles Rose, Architect Charles B. Rose 8.6 x 9.6 in / 22 x 24 cm 176 pp / 265 col / 40 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-537-4 $40.00 / £28.00

Condemned Building Douglas Darden 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 160 pp / 208 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-63-3 $45.00 / £30.00

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Dean/Wolf Architects Constructive Continum Kathryn Dean 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 224 pp / 303 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-829-0 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Devil’s Workshop 25 Years of Jersey Devil Architecture Susan Piedmont-Palladino and Mark Alden Branch 8 x 10.8 in / 20 x 27 cm 144 pp / 120 col / 45 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-113-0 $29.95 / £21.95 Rights: W

Eero Saarinen An Architecture of Multiplicity Antonio Roman 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 240 pp / 180 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-340-0 $60.00 / £45.00

Erwin Hauer Continua Architectural Screens and Walls Erwin Hauer 10.3 x 10.8 in / 26 x 27 cm 108 pp / 155 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-727-9 $34.95 / £23.50

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Expanded Practice Höweler + Yoon Architecture / MY Studio J. Meejin Yoon and Eric Höweler 7.5 x 9.3 in / 19 x 23 cm 208 pp / 300 col / 45 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-866-5 $40.00 / £25.00

Explorations The Architecture of John Ronan John Ronan 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 192 pp / 350 col / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-876-4 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

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Flesh Architectural Probes Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio 8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm 256 pp / 68 col / 300 b+w Paperback / 978-1-878271-37-2 $39.95 / £28.00

FOBA / Buildings Katsu Umebayashi et al. 6.8 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 224 pp / 300 col / 66 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-527-5 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

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Fougeron Architecture Opposition/Composition Anne Fougeron 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 192 pp / 240 col / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-990-7 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

Frank Furness The Complete Works, Revised Edition George E. Thomas et al. 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 392 pp / 13 col / 655 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-094-2 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

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Ghost Building an Architectural Vision Brian MacKay-Lyons 6.3 x 9 in / 16 x 23 cm 192 pp / 224 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-736-1 $35.00 / £23.00 Rights: W

The Houses of William Wurster Frames for Living Caitlin Lempres Brostrom and Richard C. Peters 9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm 224 pp / 150 col / 150 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-61689-028-5 $50.00 / £32.50

Grand Hotels of the Jazz Age The Architecture of Schultze & Weaver Marianne Lamonaca 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 256 pp / 100 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-555-8 $60.00 / £35.00

Gyroscopic Horizons Prototypical Buildings and Other Works Neil M. Denari 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 224 pp / 250 col / 150 b+w Paperback / 978-1-87827-113-6 $40.00

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Intertwining Steven Holl 8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm 176 pp / 16 col / 270 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-061-4 $40.00 / £28.00

James Carpenter Environmental Refractions Sandro Marpillero 8.7 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 176 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-608-1 $55.00

Jones, Partners: Architecture El Segundo Jones, Partners: Architecture 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 400 pp / 270 col / 305 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-700-2 $60.00 / £38.00

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Kuth/Ranieri Architects Byron Kuth et al. 7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm 192 pp / 220 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-865-8 $40.00 / £28.00

Leven Betts Pattern Recognition David Leven and Stella Betts 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 205 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-782-8 $40.00 / £25.00

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House Black Swan Theory Steven Holl 8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm 176 pp / 176 col / 10 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-587-9 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

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Julie Snow Architects Julie Snow and Janet Abrams 6.8 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 144 pp / 100 col / 40 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-487-2 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

Kesling Modern Structures Popularizing Modern Living in Southern California 1934-1962 Patrick Pascal 11 x 8 in / 28 x 20 cm 96 pp / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-890449-13-1 $24.95 / £17.95

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Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis Opportunistic Architecture Paul Lewis et al. 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 192 pp / 130 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-710-1 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Made to Measure The Architecture of Leers Weinzapfel Associates Andrea Leers et al. 9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm 176 pp / 213 col / 18 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-957-0 $65.00 / £45.00

Maine Cottages Fred L. Savage and the Architecture of Mount Desert John M. Bryan 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 304 pp / 250 col / 75 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-317-2 $50.00 / £35.00

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Marina City Bertrand Goldberg’s Urban Vision Igor Marjanovic and Katerina Rüedi Ray 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 176 pp / 105 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-863-4 $35.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Marmol Radziner + Associates Between Architecture and Construction Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner 8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm 176 pp / 235 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-744-6 $40.00 / £25.00

Mary Colter Architect of the Southwest Arnold Berke 10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm 320 pp / 80 col / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-345-5 $35.00 / £21.99

Material Immaterial The New Work of Kengo Kuma Botond Bognar 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 224 pp / 460 col / 85 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-779-8 $40.00 / £25.00

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The Miller|Hull Partnership Public Works The Miller|Hull Partnership 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 256 pp / 200 col / 25 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-754-5 $50.00 / £30.00

Natural Houses The Residential Architecture of Andersson-Wise Arthur Andersson and Chris Wise 8 x 10.3 in / 20 x 26 cm 176 pp / 225 col / 25 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-879-5 $40.00 / £25.00

Mehrdad Yazdani Joseph Giovannini 9.5 x 11.5 in / 24 x 29 cm 144 pp / 225 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-29-2 $29.95 / £19.99 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Miller|Hull Architects of the Pacific Northwest Sheri Olson 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 244 pp / 200 col / 150 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-231-1 $40.00 / £24.00

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No Nails, No Lumber The Bubble Houses of Wallace Neff Jeffrey Head 7.2 x 7.9 in / 18.3 x 20.1 cm 176 pp / 100 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-61689-024-7 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

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OneFiveFour Lebbeus Woods 7 x 10.5 in / 18 x 27 cm 136 pp / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-80-0 $24.95 / £16.99

Parallax Steven Holl 5.8 x 7.6 in / 15 x 19 cm 384 pp / 110 col / 290 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-261-8 $45.00 / £30.00

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Paul Rudolph The Late Work Roberto de Alba 10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm 224 pp / 250 col / 150 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-401-8 $40.00 / £30.00

Peter Rose Houses Peter Rose 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 160 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-821-4 $40.00 / £28.00

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Plain Modern The Architecture of Brian MacKay-Lyons Malcolm Quantrill 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 224 pp / 200 col / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-477-3 $40.00 / £30.00

Norwegian Wood The Thoughtful Architecture of Wenche Selmer Elisabeth Tostrup 9.5 x 11 in / 24 x 28 cm 208 pp / 150 col / 96 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-593-0 $45.00 / £26.00

O’Donnell + Tuomey Selected Works Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey 9.8 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm 192 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-601-2 $40.00 / £23.00

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Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses Christopher Domin and Joseph King 10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm 248 pp / 150 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-551-0 $40.00 / £25.00

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Proceed and Be Bold Rural Studio After Samuel Mockbee Andrea Oppenheimer Dean and Timothy Hursley 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 176 pp / 130 col / Paperback 978-1-56898-500-8 $30.00 / £19.99 Rights: W / Also available on ebrary.com 62

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Provisional Emerging Modes of Architectural Practice USA Elite Kedan et al. 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 288 pp / 355 col / 65 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-878-8 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Radical Reconstruction Lebbeus Woods 12 x 9 in / 30 x 23 cm 168 pp / 109 col / 103 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-286-1 $39.95 / £24.95 Rights: W

Responsive Architecture Moody Nolan Recent Work Morris Newman 9 x 10 in / 23 x 25 cm 120 pp / 140 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-46-9 $29.95 / £16.99 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Reveal Studio Gang Architects Jeanne Gang 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 256 pp / 300 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-993-8 $45.00 / £30.00

Rick Joy Desert Works Rick Joy 9.8 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm 176 pp / 180 col / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-336-3 $40.00 / £30.00

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Rogers Marvel Architects Rogers Marvel Architects, pllc 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 200 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-999-0 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

Rural Studio Samuel Mockbee and an Architecture of Decency Andrea Oppenheimer Dean and Timothy Hursley 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 132 col / 12 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-292-2 $34.95 / £21.99 Rights: W

The Storm and the Fall Lebbeus Woods 9.6 x 7.3 in / 24 x 18 cm 176 pp / 8 col / 134 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-421-6 $50.00 / £35.00

Weiss/Manfredi Surface/Subsurface Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi 11 x 9 in / 28 x 23 cm 208 pp / 300 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-733-0 $60.00 / £35.00

Think/Make Della Valle Bernheimer Andrew Bernheimer and Jared Della Valle 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 192 pp / 245 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-781-1 $40.00 / £25.00

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Tom Kundig Houses 2 Tom Kundig 9.5 x 11.8 in / 24 x 30 cm 256 pp / 250 col Hardcover / 978-1-61689-040-7 $55.00 / £35.00

True Life Steven Harris Architects Steven Harris 9.5 x 11.8 in / 24 x 30 cm 256 pp / 246 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-971-6 $50.00 / £32.00

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VJAA Vincent James Associates Architects Vincent James and Jennifer Yoos 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 208 pp / 175 col / 125 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-588-6 $40.00 / £23.00

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Tom Kundig Houses Dung Ngo 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 176 pp / 150 col / 25 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-605-0 $40.00 / £23.00 Rights: W

William L. Pereira James Steele 10 x 12 in / 25 x 30 cm 256 pp / 20 col / 260 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-890449-20-9 $59.95 / £40.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Young Architects Series

Yankee Modern The Houses of Estes/Twombly William Morgan 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 168 pp / 150 col / 20 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-817-7 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Young Architects 8 Instability The Architectural League of New York 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-637-1 $24.95 / £15.00

Young Architects 9 Proof The Architectural League of New York 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-743-9 $24.95 / £15.00

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Young Architects 10 Resonance The Architectural League of New York 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-809-2 $24.95 / £14.99

Young Architects 11 Foresight The Architectural League of New York 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-887-0 $24.95 / £16.99

Young Architects 12 ReSource The Architectural League of New York 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-998-3 $24.95 / £16.99

Young Architects 13 It’s Different The Architectural League of New York 5 x 7 in /13 x 18 cm 176 pp / 350 color Paperback / 978-1-61689-057-5 $24.95 / £16.99

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Architects Draw Sue Ferguson Gussow 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 176 pp / 200 col / 40 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-740-8 $24.95 / £15.00

Architectural Lighting Designing with Light and Space Hervé Descottes and Cecilia E. Ramos 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 177 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-938-9 $24.95 / £16.99

Architectural Photography the Digital Way Gerry Kopelow 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 150 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-697-5 $24.95 / £14.99

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Building Envelopes An Integrated Approach Jenny Lovell 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 175 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-818-4 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

Digital Fabrications Architectural and Material Techniques Lisa Iwamoto 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 175 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-790-3 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

Ethics for Architects 50 Dilemmas of Professional Practice Thomas Fisher 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 152 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-946-4 Ebook / 978-1-61689-079-7 $24.95 / £14.99

Material Strategies Innovative Applications in Architecture Blaine Brownell 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm 160 pp / 175 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-986-0 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

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Model Making Megan Werner 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 160 pp / 200 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-870-2 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

Old Buildings, New Designs Architectural Transformations Charles Bloszies 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm 144 pp / 175 col Paperback / 978-1-61689-035-3 $24.95 / £16.99

Philosophy for Architects Branko Mitrovic 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 192 pp / 15 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-994-5 Ebook / 978-1-61689-072-8 $24.95 / £16.99

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Albert Frey Houses 1 + 2 Jennifer Golub 9.5 x 6.5 in / 24 x 17 cm 84 pp / 53 col / 22 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-190-1 $20.00 / £14.95

Austin Val Verde A Montecito Masterpiece Berge Aran 8.8 x 12 in / 22 x 30 cm 144 pp / 61 col / 5 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-890449-39-1 $50.00 / £30.00

Sustainable Design David Bergman 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 175 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-941-9 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

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The Chrysler Building Creating a New York Icon, Day by Day David Stravitz 9.6 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm 192 pp / 170 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-354-7 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater Ezra Stoller 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 96 pp / 80 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-203-8 $19.95 / £14.95 Rights: W

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House Architecture as Portraiture Jack Quinan 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 248 pp / 130 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-419-3 $34.95 / £25.00

Guggenheim New York | Guggenheim Bilbao Ezra Stoller and Jeff Goldberg 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 80 pp / 34 col / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-193-2 $14.95 / £10.95 Rights: W

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Loblolly House Elements of a New Architecture KieranTimberlake Associates 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 176 pp / 125 col / 46 b+w / with DVD Hardcover / 978-1-56898-747-7 $40.00 / £25.00

Iron Erecting the Walt Disney Concert Hall Gil Garcetti 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 144 pp / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-890449-28-5 $29.95 / £19.99 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

Luis Barragan’s Gardens of El Pedregal Keith Eggener 7.5 x 11 in / 19 x 28 cm 176 pp / 25 col / 115 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-267-0 $40.00 / £28.00

Manhattan Skyscrapers Third Edition Eric P. Nash 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 240 pp / 150 col / 175 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-967-9 $50.00 / £32.00

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Mies Van der Rohe’s Krefeld Villas Kent Kleinman and Leslie Van Duzer 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 144 pp / 40 col / 60 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-503-9 $35.00 / £25.00 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

Richard Neutra’s Miller House Stephen Leet 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-274-8 $40.00 / £28.00

Terragni’s Danteum Thomas L. Schumacher 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 168 pp / 12 col / 117 b+w Paperback / 978-1-87827-182-2 $24.95 / £17.99

The Wittgenstein House Bernhard Leitner 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 160 pp / 30 col / 90 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-251-9 $45.00 / £30.00

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Source Books in Architecture

Bernard Tschumi/ Zenith De Rouen Source Books in Architecture 3 Todd Gannon and Jeffrey Kipnis 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 176 pp / 101 col / 102 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-382-0 $29.95 / £19.99 Rights: W

Steven Holl Architects/ Simmons Hall Source Books in Architecture 5 Todd Gannon and Michael Demson 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 160 pp / 110 col / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-464-3 $29.95 / £19.99

Zaha Hadid/BMW Central Building Source Books in Architecture 7 Todd Gannon 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 160 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-536-7 $29.95 / £17.00 Rights: W

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Campus Guides

Eisenman Architects/ The University of Phoenix Stadium for the Arizona Cardinals Source Books in Architecture 8 Todd Gannon 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 160 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-720-0 $29.95 / £17.00

Cranbrook The Campus Guide Kathryn Eckert 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 208 pp / 120 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-257-1 $24.95 / £17.95

Dartmouth College The Campus Guide Scott Meacham 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 256 pp / 225 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-348-6 $24.95 / £15.00

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Duke University The Campus Guide John M. Bryan 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 168 pp / 120 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-228-1 $24.95 / £17.95

Harvard University The Campus Guide Douglas Shand-Tucci 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 360 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-280-9 $24.95 / £17.95

Northwestern University The Campus Guide Jay Pridmore 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 192 pp / 200 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-755-2 $24.95 / £14.99

Rice University The Campus Guide Stephen Fox 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 208 pp / 120 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-246-5 $24.95 / £17.95

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Smith College The Campus Guide Margaret Birney Vickery and Bilyana Dimitrova 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 160 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-591-6 $24.95 / £15.00

Stanford University, revised edition The Campus Guide David J. Neuman et al. 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 200 pp / 120 col / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-538-1 $29.95 / £19.99

University of California, Berkeley The Campus Guide Harvey Helfand 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 368 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-293-9 $24.95 / £17.95

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University of Cincinnati The Campus Guide Paul Bennett 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 224 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-232-8 $24.95 / £17.95

University of Pennsylvania The Campus Guide George E. Thomas 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 216 pp / 170 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-315-8 $24.95 / £17.95

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University of Texas at Austin Lawrence W. Speck and Richard L. Cleary 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 224 pp / 125 col / 15 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-854-2 $29.95 / £20.00

University of California, San Diego Dirk Sutro et al. 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 224 pp / 125 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-860-3 $29.95 / £19.99 Rights: W

University of Toronto The Campus Guide Larry Wayne Richards 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 256 pp / 175 col / 18 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-719-4 $29.95 / £17.99 Rights: W

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University of Washington The Campus Guide Norman Johnston 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 168 pp / 120 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-247-2 $24.95 / £17.95 Rights: W

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Vassar College The Campus Guide Karen Van Lengen and Lisa Reilly 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 176 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-349-3 $24.95 / £17.95

West Point U.S. Military Academy The Campus Guide Rod Miller 6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 160 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-294-6 $24.95 / £17.95

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Yale University, second edition Patrick L. Pinnell 6.25 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm 256 pp / 200 color / 25 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-064-3 $29.95 / £20.00 Rights: W

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Classic Reprints

The Antiquities of Athens Measured and Delineated by James Stuart and Nicholas Revett, Painters and Architects James Stuart and Nicholas Revett 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 496 pp / 400 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-723-1 $125.00 / £70.00

Edifices de Rome Moderne Paul Letarouilly 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 368 pp / 354 b+w Hardcover / 978-0-910413-00-8 $85.00 / £60.00

L’Architecture Claude-Nicolas Ledoux 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 328 pp / 300 b+w Hardcover / 978-0-910413-03-9 $85.00 / £60.00

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Plan of Chicago Daniel H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 268 pp / 48 col / 94 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-878271-41-9 $85.00 / £60.00

Sammlung Architektonischer Entwürfe Karl Friedrich Schinkel 11 x 8.5 in / 28 x 22 cm 268 pp / 207 b+w Hardcover / 978-0-910413-56-5 $85.00 / £60.00

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The Codewriting Workbook Creating Computational Architecture in AutoLISP Robert J. Krawczyk 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 416 pp / 274 b+w / with CD Paperback / 978-1-56898-792-7 $50.00 / £30.00

Detail in Process Christine Killory and René Davids 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 208 pp / 300 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-718-7 $65.00 / £40.00

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Park and Recreation Structures Albert Good 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 624 pp / 400 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-171-0 $85.00 / £60.00 Rights: W

Pencil Points Reader A Journal for the Drafting Room, 1920-1943 Jan Cigliano and George E. Hartman 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 680 pp / 400 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-352-3 $85.00 / £60.00 Rights: W

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The Vatican and Saint Peter’s Basilica of Rome Paul Letarouilly 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 320 pp / 24 col / 243 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-875-7 $125.00 / £80.00 Rights: W

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Details in Contemporary Architecture Christine Killory and René Davids 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 208 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-576-3 $65.00 / £40.00

Details, Technology, and Form Christine Killory and René Davids 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 208 pp / 300 color Hardcover / 978-1-56898-953-2 $65.00 / £40.00 Rights: W

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Engineered Transparency The Technical, Visual, and Spatial Effects of Glass Michael Bell and Jeannie Kim 8.5 x 10.8 in / 22 x 27 cm 272 pp / 300 col / with DVD Hardcover / 978-1-56898-798-9 $65.00 / £40.00

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Materials for Design Victoria Ballard Bell and Patrick Rand 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 272 pp / 275 col / 250 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-558-9 $50.00

Post-Ductility Metals in Architecture and Engineering Michael Bell and Craig Buckley 8.5 x 10.75 in / 22 x 27 cm 256 pp / 180 color / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-61689-046-9 $65.00 / £40.00

Prefab Prototypes Site-specific Design for Offsite Construction Mark Anderson and Peter Anderson 9.6 x 11.9 in / 24 x 30 cm 264 pp / 100 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-560-2 $60.00 / £35.00

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Transmaterial A Catalog of Materials that Redefine our Physical Environment Blaine Brownell 6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 224 pp / 800 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-563-3 $35.00 / £25.00

Transmaterial 2 A Catalog of Materials that Redefine our Physical Environment Blaine Brownell 6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 240 pp / 400 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-722-4 $35.00 / £25.00

Transmaterial 3 A Catalog of Materials that Redefine our Physical Environment Blaine Brownell 6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 252 pp / 400 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-893-1 $40.00 / £25.00

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Integrated Design in Contemporary Architecture Kiel Moe 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 208 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-745-3 $65.00 / £40.00

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Remarkable Structures Engineering Today’s Innovative Buildings Sutherland Lyall 9.3 x 11.8 in / 23 x 30 cm 240 pp / 150 col / 150 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-330-1 $75.00 Rights: NAM

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A-frame Chad Randl 7.2 x 7.9 in / 18 x 20 cm 208 pp / 150 col / 75 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-410-0 $24.95 / £15.99 Rights: W

After the Crash Architecture in Post-Bubble Japan Thomas Daniell 6 x 8.5 in / 15 x 22 cm 192 pp / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-776-7 $24.95 / £14.99

Alvar Aalto Houses Jari Jetsonen and Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 224 pp / 279 col / 37 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-982-2 $50.00 / £35.00 Rights: WXS

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Andrea Cochran Landscapes Mary Myers 10 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm 192 pp / 175 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-812-2 $50.00 / £30.00

The Architectural Detail Edward R. Ford 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 336 pp / 285 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-978-5 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

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The Architecture of Diplomacy Building America’s Embassies, Revised Second Edition Jane C. Loeffler 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 424 pp / 190 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-984-6 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

The Baltimore Rowhouse Mary Ellen Hayward and Charles Belfoure 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 304 pp / 135 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-283-0 Ebook / 978-1-56898-956-3 $24.95 / £12.95

Bamboo Fences Isao Yoshikawa and Osamu Suzuki 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 160 pp / 250 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-834-4 $40.00 / £23.50 Rights: W

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Building (in) the Future Recasting Labor in Architecture Phillip Bernstein and Peggy Deamer 6 x 8.5 in / 15 x 22 cm 216 pp / 85 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-806-1 $29.95 / £19.99 Rights: W

The Architecture of Modern Italy The Challenge of Tradition, 17501900, Vol. 1 Terry Kirk 6.4 x 9 in / 16 x 23 cm 280 pp / 119 b+w / Hardcover / 978-1-56898-420-9 $35.00 / £25.00 Rights: W / Also available on ebrary.com

Tall Building Imagining the Skyscraper Scott Johnson 8 x 14 in / 20 x 36 cm 280 pp Hardcover / 978-1-890449-47-6 $34.95 / £22.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Bunker Archeology Paul Virilio 6.5 x 10.5 in / 17 x 27 cm 216 pp / 124 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-015-7 $40.00 / £28.00

The Cape Cod Cottage William Morgan 8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm 108 pp / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-575-6 $24.95 / £14.00

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Citizens of No Place An Architectural Graphic Novel Jimenez Lai 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 144 pp / 105 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-062-9 $19.95 / £12.99

Colonial Revival Maine Kevin Murphy 8.3 x 10 in / 21 x 25 cm 192 pp / 60 col / 90 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-449-0 $39.95 / £28.00 Rights: W

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Contemporary Curtain Wall Architecture Scott Murray 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 264 pp / 275 col / 150 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-797-2 $75.00 / £45.00 Rights: W

Crafting a Modern World The Designs of Antonin and Noémi Raymond Kurt G. F. Helfrich and William Whitaker 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 352 pp / 100 col / 340 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-583-1 $75.00 / £42.00

Designing Paradise The Allure of the Hawaiian Resort Don Hibbard 10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm 216 pp / 170 col / 84 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-574-9 $50.00 / £30.00

Earth Architecture Ronald Rael 8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm 208 pp / 222 col / 96 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-945-7 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

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Figure/Ground A Design Conversation Scott Johnson and Bill Fain 8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm 240 pp / 220 col Hardcover / 978-1-890449-23-0 $65.00 / £42.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Fragments of Utopia Collage Reflections of Heroic Modernism David Wild 8.3 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm 112 pp / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-10-7 $40.00 Rights: NSAM A Hyphen Press book

Frank Lloyd Wright The Romantic Spirit Carol Bishop 6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm 144 pp / 64 col Hardcover / 978-1-890449-30-8 $35.00 / £24.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

From Autos to Architecture Fordism and Architectural Aesthetics in the Twentieth Century David Gartman 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 400 pp / 80 b+w / Hardcover / 978-1-56898-813-9 $60.00 / £38.00 Rights: W / Also available on ebrary.com

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Full Irish New Architecture in Ireland Sarah A. Lappin 7.8 x 8.5 in / 20 x 22 cm 240 pp / 250 col / 50 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-868-9 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

Gateway Visions for an Urban National Park Alexander Brash et al. 28 x 24 cm / 11 x 9.5 in 224 pp / 349 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-955-6 $60.00 / £40.00 Rights: W

The Green House New Directions in Sustainable Architecture Alanna Stang and Christopher Hawthorne 8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm 196 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-950-1 $24.95 / £16.99

Guastavino Vaulting The Art of Structural Tile John Ochsendorf and Michael Freeman 8.3 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm 256 pp / 174 col / 161 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-741-5 $60.00 / £37.50 Rights: W

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Hill-Stead The Country Place of Theodate Pope Riddle James F. O’Gorman et al. 8.3 x 10 in / 21 x 25 cm 192 pp / 63 col / 98 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-759-0 $45.00 / £30.00

Hotel as Home The Art of Living on the Road Gary Chang 8.5 x 7 in / 22 x 18 cm 248 pp / 300 col / 40 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-603-6 $29.95 / £17.00

A House for My Mother Architects Build for their Families Beth Dunlop 8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm 192 pp / 150 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-173-4 $34.95 / £24.95

House in the Landscape Siting Your Home Naturally Jeremiah Eck 8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm 208 pp / 248 col / 59 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-823-8 $40.00 / £28.00

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Inside Prefab The Ready-Made Interior Deborah Schneiderman 6.75 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 144 pp / 125 color Paperback / 978-1-56898-987-7 $24.95 / £15.99

Installations by Architects Experiments in Building and Design Sarah Bonnemaison and Ronit Eisenbach 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 192 pp / 170 col / 45 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-850-4 $40.00 / £25.00

Interactive Architecture Michael Fox and Miles Kemp 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 256 pp / 350 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-836-8 $50.00 / £30.00

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How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors Third Updated and Expanded Edition Gerry Kopelow 8.4 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm 284 pp / 104 col / 230 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-323-3 $35.00 / £24.95

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Italian Architecture of the 16th Century Colin Rowe and Leon Satkowski 6.4 x 9 in / 16 x 23 cm 352 pp / 186 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-331-8 $35.00 / £24.95

Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul Caroline Maniaque Benton 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 176 pp / 122 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-800-9 $40.00 / £25.00

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LEED Materials A Resource Guide to Green Building Ari Meisel and Steven Winter 6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 224 pp / 500 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-885-6 $40.00 / £28.00

Leisurama Now The Beach House for Everyone Paul Sahre 7.3 x 9.8 in / 18 x 25 cm 208 pp / 270 col / 20 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-709-5 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

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The L!brary Book Design Collaborations in the Public Schools Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi 6.6 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 176 pp / 175 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-832-0 $30.00 / £18.99 Rights: W

Matter in the Floating World Conversations with Leading Japanese Architects and Designers Blaine Brownell 7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm 256 pp / 425 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-996-9 $40.00 / £25.00

Narrow Houses New Directions in Efficient Design Avi Friedman 7.5 x 11.3 in / 19 x 29 cm 240 pp / 280 col / 50 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-873-3 $45.00 / £25.00

Next Wave New Australian Architecture Davina Jackson 7.8 x 8.5 in / 20 x 22 cm 256 pp / 185 col / 80 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-735-4 $50.00 Rights: NAM

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Miami Modern Metropolis Paradise and Paradox in Midcentury Architecture and Planning / Allan T. Shulman and Diane W. Camber 9.5 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm 414 pp / Hardcover / 978-1890449-51-3 $85.00 / £55.00 Rights: W / A Balcony Press book 74

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Minka My Farmhouse in Japan John Roderick 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 45 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-731-6 Ebook / 978-1-56898-962-4 $24.95 / £14.99

Modern North Architecture on the Frozen Edge Julie Decker et al. 8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm 240 pp / 315 col / 135 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-899-3 $45.00 / £30.00

More Mobile Portable Architecture for Today Jennifer Siegal 9 x 6 in / 23 x 15 cm 144 pp / 220 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-758-3 $24.95 / £14.99

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Pamela Burton Landscapes Pamela Burton 10 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm 192 pp / 275 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-965-5 $50.00 / £32.00 Rights: W

Photographing Architecture and Interiors Updated and Expanded Julius Shulman 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 180 pp / 4 col / 200 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-890449-07-0 $39.95 / £28.00

Quonset Hut Metal Living for a Modern Age Chris Chiei and Julie Decker 7.2 x 8.3 in / 18 x 21 cm 192 pp / 80 col / 110 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-519-0 $24.95 / £15.99 Rights: W

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Revolving Architecture A History of Buildings that Rotate, Swivel, and Pivot Chad Randl 7.2 x 8.3 in / 18 x 21 cm 208 pp / 100 col / 70 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-681-4 $35.00 / £25.00

Sacred Spaces Historic Houses of Worship in the City of Angels Robert Berger 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 176 pp / 100 col Hardcover / 978-1-890449-21-6 $59.95 / £40.00

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Solid States Concrete in Transition Michael Bell and Craig Buckley 8.5 x 10.8 in / 22 x 27 cm 272 pp / 500 col / 175 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-895-5 $65.00 / £45.00

Source Book of American Architecture 500 Notable Buildings from the 10th Century to the Present G. E. Kidder Smith 6.5 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm 688 pp / 557 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-254-0 $29.95 / £21.95

Southern Comfort The Garden District of New Orleans, Revised and Updated Edition S. Frederick Starr 9.8 x 9.8 in / 25 x 25 cm 276 pp / 90 col / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-546-6 $24.95 / £16.99

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Revolution of Forms, updated edition Cuba’s Forgotten Art Schools John Loomis 7.5 x 11 in / 19 x 28 cm 232 pp / 44 col / 134 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-988-4 $29.95 / £20.00

The Sea Ranch Donlyn Lyndon and Jim Alinder 11 x 11 in / 28 x 28 cm 304 pp / 200 col / 170 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-386-8 $65.00 / £44.00 Rights: W

Small Scale Creative Solutions for Better City Living Keith Moskow and Robert Linn 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 224 pp / 400 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-975-4 $34.95 / £20.00 Rights: W

Steps to Water The Ancient Stepwells of India Morna Livingston 9.6 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm 240 pp / 140 col / 92 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-324-0 $50.00 / £35.00 Rights: W

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Swiss Made New Architecture from Switzerland Steven Spier and Martin Tschanz 7.8 x 8.5 in / 20 x 22 cm 256 pp / 250 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-425-4 $45.00

Thermally Active Surfaces in Architecture Kiel Moe 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 240 pp / 250 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-880-1 $55.00 / £38.00

Tilting House Launching, Slide Hauling, Potato Trenching, and other Tales from a Newfoundland Fishing Village Robert Mellin 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 256 pp / 150 col / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-807-8 $24.95 / £14.99 / Rights: W

To Each His Home Inspired Interiors as Unique as their Owners Bilyana Dimitrova 9 x 9.3 in / 23 x 23 cm 176 pp / 112 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-796-5 $45.00 / £28.00

Wandering the Garden of Technology and Passion John Marx Architect Pierluigi Serraino and Chris I. Yessios 10 x 10.5 in / 25 x 27 cm 176 pp / 250 col / Hardcover / 978-1-890449-56-8 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W / A Balcony Press book

Weekend Utopia Modern Living in the Hamptons Alastair Gordon 9.6 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm 172 pp / 75 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-272-4 $45.00 / £30.00

Workbook The Official Catalog for Workshopping: An American Model for Architectural Practice Emily Abruzzo 6.5 x 8.8 in / 17 x 22 cm 128 pp / 80 col / 15 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-017-9 $20.00 / £12.99

Cruising LA Architectural Styles in 5 Easy Drives Troy Fuss 6 x 11 in / 15 x 28 cm 96 pp / 80 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-42-1 $14.95 / £9.95

The Havana Guide Modern Architecture 1925-1965 Eduardo Rodriguez 5.5 x 9 in / 14 x 23 cm 288 pp / 16 col / 270 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-210-6 $29.95 / £17.95

The Le Corbusier Guide 3rd edition Deborah Gans 5.5 x 9 in / 14 x 23 cm 288 pp / 286 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-539-8 $24.95 / £14.99

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Usonia, New York Building a Community with Frank Lloyd Wright Roland Reisley and John Timpane 9 x 9 in / 23 x 23 cm 192 pp / 67 col / 130 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-245-8 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

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Louisville Guide Gregory A. Luhan et al. 4.5 x 8.5 in / 11 x 22 cm 480 pp / 325 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-451-3 $19.95 / £13.99 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

The National Park Architecture Sourcebook Harvey H. Kaiser 6 x 9.5 in / 15 x 24 cm 608 pp / 500 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-742-2 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

When Brazil Was Modern A Guide to Architecture 1928-1960 Lauro Cavalcanti 5.9 x 6.8 in / 15 x 17 cm 468 pp / 184 col / 200 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-341-7 $34.95 / £24.00

Wright Sites Updated and Revised, 3rd Edition Arlene Sanderson 5.5 x 9 in / 14 x 23 cm 144 pp / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-275-5 $17.95 / £10.95

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Courtyard Housing in Los Angeles Stefanos Polyzoides et al. 8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm 232 pp / 403 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-53-4 $35.00 / £22.50

Descanso An Urban Oasis Revealed Warren Marr et al. 14 x 9 in / 36 x 23 cm 96 pp / 80 col Hardcover / 978-1-890449-37-7 $42.95 / £25.00

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The Modern Garden Jane Brown 10 x 8.8 in / 25 x 22 cm 224 pp / 120 col / 130 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-238-0 $45.00

Natural Architecture Alessandro Rocca 9.4 x 6.4 in / 24 x 16 cm 216 pp / 250 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-721-7 $39.95 / £25.00

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Landscape Architecture

Green Roof — A Case Study Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates’ Design For the Headquarters of the American Society of Landscape Architects Christian Werthmann 8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm 160 pp / 130 col / Hardcover / 978-1-56898-685-2 $45.00 / £26.00 / Rights: W

Large Parks Julia Czerniak and George Hargreaves 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 50 col / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-624-1 $34.95 / £23.50 Rights: W

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Reclaiming the American West Alan Berger 11 x 9.5 in / 28 x 24 cm 224 pp / 179 col / 29 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-362-2 $45.00 / £35.00 Rights: W

Recovering Landscape Essays in Contemporary Landscape Theory James Corner 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 288 pp / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-179-6 $24.95 / £17.95

Richard Haag Bloedel Reserve and Gas Works Park, Landscape Views 1 William S. Saunders 6.5 x 8.5 in / 17 x 22 cm 80 pp / 52 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-117-8 $14.95 / £9.95

Shallow Water Dictionary A Grounding in Estuary English, 2nd edition John R. Stilgoe 4.6 x 6.5 in / 12 x 17 cm 72 pp / 5 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-408-7 $14.95 / £10.95

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Grant Jones / Jones & Jones ILARIS: The Puget Sound Plan Source Books in Landscape Architecture 4 Jane Amidon 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 144 pp / 120 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-604-3 $29.95 / £18.00

Paolo Bürgi Landscape Architect Discovering the (Swiss) Horizon: Mountain, Lake, and Forest Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto et al. 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 144 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-851-1 $29.95 / £18.99

Tom Leader Studio Three Projects Jason Kentner 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 144 pp / 120 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-891-7 $29.95 / £19.99

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Above Paris The Aerial Survey of Roger Henrard Jean-Louis Cohen 11.4 x 6.3 in / 29 x 16 cm 320 pp / 320 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-613-5 $50.00 / £30.00

Above the Pavement— the Farm! Architecture & Agriculture at PF1 Amale Andraos and Dan Wood 4.25 x 7 in / 11 x 18 cm 192 pp / 20 col / 150 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-935-8 $19.95 / £12.99

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Beyond the Edge New York’s New Waterfront Raymond W. Gastil 8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm 208 pp / 70 col / 70 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-327-1 $30.00 / £21.95 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

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Bird’s Eye Views Historic Lithographs of North American Cities John W. Reps 14.5 x 12.5 in / 37 x 32 cm 116 pp / 120 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-146-8 $70.00 / £50.00

Block by Block Jane Jacobs and the Future of New York Timothy Mennel et al. 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 64 pp / 12 col / 10 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-771-2 $17.95 / £10.99

City Building Nine Planning Principles for the Twenty-First Century John Lund Kriken et al. 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 304 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-881-8 $40.00 / £25.00

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The Concrete Dragon China’s Urban Revolution and What it Means for the World Thomas J. Campanella 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 336 pp / 85 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-968-6 Ebook / 978-1-56898-948-8 $24.95 Rights: W

Coney Island The Parachute Pavilion Competition Zoë Ryan and Jonathan Cohen-Litant 8 x 9.5 in / 20 x 24 cm 176 pp / 132 col / 14 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-623-4 $29.95 / £18.00

Drosscape Wasting Land in Urban America Alan Berger and Lars Lerup 7 x 11 in / 18 x 28 cm 256 pp / 165 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-713-2 $27.50 / £16.00 Rights: W

Fast-Forward Urbanism Rethinking Architecture’s Engagement with the City Dana Cuff and Roger Sherman 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 204 col / 27 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-977-8 $34.95 / £22.50

If Cars Could Talk Essays on Urbanism William Fain 6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm 160 pp / Numerous Color Paperback / 978-1-890449-58-2 $35.00 / £25.00

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The Next American Metropolis Ecology, Community, and the American Dream Peter Calthorpe 8.5 x 10 in / 22 x 25 cm 176 pp / 60 col / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-87827-168-6 $35.00 / £19.95

Sprawltown Looking for the City on Its Edges Richard Ingersoll 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 176 pp / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-566-4 Ebook / 978-1-61689-020-9 $19.95 / £10.99

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The Landscape Urbanism Reader Charles Waldheim 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 288 pp / 200 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-439-1 Ebook / 978-1-56898-949-5 $34.95 / £19.99

The Liberal Monument Urban Design and the Late Modern Project Alexander D’Hooghe 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 112 pp / 30 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-824-5 $29.95 / £19.99

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Street Value Shopping, Planning, and Politics at Fulton Mall Rosten Woo et al. 4.25 x 7 in / 11 x 18 cm 208 pp / 35 col / 165 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-897-9 $19.95 / £12.99 Rights: W

The Suburbanization of New York Is the World’s Greatest City Becoming Just Another Town? Jerilou Hammett and Kingsley Hammett 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 192 pp / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-678-4 Ebook / 978-1-61689-069-8 $24.95 / £15.00 / Rights: W

Suburban Transformations Paul Lukez 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 192 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-683-8 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Urban Composition Developing Community through Design Mark C. Childs 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 150 color Paperback / 978-1-61689-052-0 $24.95 / £15.99 Rights: W

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Urbanisms Working with Doubt Steven Holl 8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm 288 pp / 200 2-color and 50 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-679-1 $55.00 / £35.00 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

Architectural Regionalism Collected Writings on Place, Identity, Modernity, and Tradition Vincent B. Canizaro 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 496 pp / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-616-6 Ebook / 978-1-61689-080-3 $39.95 / £22.99

After Taste Expanded Practice in Interior Design Kent Kleinman, Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, and Lois Weinthal 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 75 col / 25 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-026-1 $35.00 / £22.50 / Rights: W

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Architecture and Film Mark Lamster 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-207-6 $24.95 / £17.95 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

Architecture and the Sciences Exchanging Metaphors Antoine Picon and Alessandra Ponte 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 360 pp / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-365-3 $27.50 / £15.95 Rights: W

Architecture From the Outside In Selected Essays by Robert Gutman Robert Gutman et al. 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 344 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-896-2 $40.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

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X-Urbanism Architecture and the American City Mario Gandelsonas 9.8 x 9.8 in / 25 x 25 cm 200 pp / 40 col / 140 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-151-2 $37.50 / £26.00

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Architecture of the Off-Modern Svetlana Boym 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 80 pp / 20 col / 22 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-778-1 $24.95 / £14.99

Architecture Oriented Otherwise David Leatherbarrow 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 304 pp / 80 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-811-5 $39.95 / £23.50

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Artificial Light A Narrative Inquiry into the Nature of Abstraction, Immediacy, and other Architectural Fictions Keith Mitnick 6 x 8.3 in / 15 x 21 cm 144 pp / 33 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-749-1 $24.95 / £15.00

Biopolitics and the Emergence of Modern Architecture Sven-Olov Wallenstein 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 96 pp / 20 col / 60 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-785-9 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

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Capital Dilemma Germany’s Search for a New Architecture of Democracy Michael Z. Wise 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 244 pp / 65 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-134-5 $25.00 / £18.95 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

Constructing a New Agenda for Architecture Architectural Theory 1993‒2009 A. Krista Sykes and K. Michael Hays 6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm 516 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-859-7 Ebook / 978-1-61689-082-7 $45.00 / £30.00

Design Ecologies Essays on the Nature of Design Lisa Tilder and Beth Blostein 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 72 col / 64 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-783-5 Ebook / 978-1-56898-954-9 $35.00 / £22.50

Dimension 306090 12 Emily Abruzzo and Jonathan D. Solomon 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 192 pp / 100 col / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-0-615-18202-5 $24.95 / £14.99

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Fabricating Architecture Selected Readings in Digital Design and Manufacturing Robert Corser 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 224 pp / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-889-4 Ebook / 978-1-61689-000-1 $29.95 / £19.99

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Donogoo-Tonka or the Miracles of Science A Cinematographic Tale Jules Romains 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 136 pp / 20 col / 20 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-780-4 $24.95 / £14.99

Eco-Tec The Architecture of the In-Between Amerigo Marras 5.8 x 8.4 in / 15 x 21 cm 142 pp / 40 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-159-8 $15.95 / £11.95

The Ethical Architect The Dilemma of Contemporary Practice Tom Spector 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-285-4 $25.00 / £17.95

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50 Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International McKenzie Wark 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 80 pp / 26 col / 18 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-789-7 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

Five Houses, Ten Details Edward R. Ford 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 20 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-826-9 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

Form Follows Finance Skyscrapers and Skylines in New York and Chicago Carol Willis 5.8 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 224 pp / 170 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-044-7 $29.95 / £18.00 Rights: W

A History of Architectural Theory From Vitruvius to the Present Hanno-Walter Kruft 6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm 800 pp / 207 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-010-2 $45.00 / £28.00

Human Space Otto Friedrich Bollnow 4.9 x 8.3 in / 12.5 x 21 cm 320 pp Paperback / 978-0-907259-35-0 $35.00 Rights: NSAM

Le Corbusier, Homme de Lettres M. Christine Boyer 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 720 pp / 46 col / 170 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-980-8 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

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Making a Case 306090, Volume 14 Emily Abruzzo, Gerald Bodziak, and Jonathan D. Solomon 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 180 pp / 200 color / 40 b+w Paperback / 978-0-615-34909-1 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W A 306090 book

The Nature of Place A Search for Authenticity Avi Friedman 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 192 pp / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-038-4 $19.95 / £12.99 Rights: WE, excluding Canada

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Geography of Home Writings on Where We Live Akiko Busch 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 164 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-429-2 $19.95 / £11.99

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Network Practices New Strategies in Architecture and Design Anthony Burke and Therese Tierney 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 224 pp / 24 col / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-701-9 Ebook / 978-1-61689-075-9 $29.95 / £18.00

On Vision and Colors by Arthur Schopenhauer and Color Sphere by Philipp Otto Runge Georg Stahl 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 168 pp / 12 col / 10 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-791-0 Ebook / 978-1-61689-005-6 $24.95 / £16.99

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Postmodern Urbanism Revised Edition Nan Ellin 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 368 pp / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-135-2 $29.95 / £16.99 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

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Shanghai Reflections Architecture, Urbanism, and the Search for an Alternative Modernity Mario Gandelsonas 6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 208 pp / 130 col / 40 b+w Vinyl binding / 978-1-56898326-4 $24.95 / £14.95 / Rights: W

Studio and Cube On the Relationship between Where Art is Made and Where Art is Displayed Brian O’Doherty 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 80 pp / 43 col Hardcover / 978-1-883584-44-3 $24.95 / £15.00

Subnature Architecture’s Other Environments David Gissen 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 224 pp / 80 col / 65 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-777-4 Ebook / 978-1-56898-951-8 $35.00 / £22.50

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Sustain and Develop 306090 13 Joshua Bolchover and Jonathan D. Solomon 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 308 pp / 100 col / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-0-692-00088-5 $30.00 / £18.99

Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture An Anthology of Architectural Theory 1965‒1995 Kate Nesbitt 6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm 608 pp / 28 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-054-6 $45.00 / £28.00

Toward a New Interior An Anthology of Interior Design Theory Lois Weinthal 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 624 pp / 250 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-030-8 $45.00 / £30.00

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Survival City Adventures Among the Ruins of Atomic America Tom Vanderbilt 6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm 224 pp / 80 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-305-9 $25.00 / £17.95 Rights: W

Writing about Architecture Mastering the Language of Buildings and Cities Alexandra Lange 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 192 pp / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-053-7 Ebook / 978-1-61689-113-8 $24.95 / £15.99 Rights: W

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ZoomScape Architecture in Motion and Media Mitchell Schwarzer 6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm 312 pp / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-441-4 $29.95 / £19.99

A Conversation with Frei Otto Juan María Songel 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 96 pp / 22 2-color col Paperback / 978-1-56898-884-9 $19.95 / £12.99 Rights: WE

Conversations with Mies van der Rohe Moisés Puente 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 96 pp / 31 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-753-8 $19.95 / £11.99 Rights: W

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Conversations with Paolo Soleri Lissa McCullough 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 96 pp / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-055-1 $19.95 / £12.99

Ian McHarg Dwelling in Nature Lynn Margulis et al. 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 112 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-620-3 $19.95 / £12.00

Le Corbusier Talks with Students Le Corbusier 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 96 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-196-3 $14.95 / £10.95

Louis I. Kahn Conversations with Students Louis Kahn 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 112 pp / 12 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-149-9 $19.95 / £12.95

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Paul Rand Conversations with Students Michael Kroeger 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 96 pp / 30 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-725-5 $19.95 / £12.99

Peter Smithson Conversations with Students Catherine Spellman and Karl Unglaub 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 96 pp / 37 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-461-2 $17.95 / £12.99

Rem Koolhaas Conversations with Students Rem Koolhaas 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 80 pp / 33 b+w Paperback / 978-1-885232-02-1 $19.95 / £13.99

Santiago Calatrava The MIT Lectures Santiago Calatrava et al. 5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm 112 pp / 35 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-325-7 $17.95 / £12.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 5 Alphabetical City Steven Holl 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 72 pp / 176 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-16-9 $16.95 / £9.99

Pamphlet Architecture 9 Rural and Urban House Types Steven Holl 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 60 pp / 107 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-15-2 $12.95 / £9.95

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Pamphlet Architecture 1-10 Steven Holl et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 480 pp / 700 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-126-0 $45.00 / £28.00 Rights: W

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Pamphlet Architecture 11 Hybrid Buildings Joseph Fenton 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 48 pp / 97 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-14-5 $12.95 / £9.95

Pamphlet Architecture 11-20 Steven Holl 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 604 pp / 466 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-61689-016-2 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

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Pamphlet Architecture 15 War and Architecture Lebbeus Woods 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 40 pp / 35 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-011-9 $16.95 / £9.99 Rights: W

Pamphlet Architecture 16 Architecture as a Translation of Music Elizabeth Martin 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-012-6 $16.95 / £12.95

Pamphlet Architecture 12 Building Machines Robert McCarter 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 64 pp / 106 b+w Paperback / 978-0-910413-40-4 $16.95 / £9.99

Pamphlet Architecture 13 Edge of a City Steven Holl 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 64 pp / 70 b+w Paperback / 978-1-87827-156-3 $14.95 / £9.95

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Pamphlet Architecture 17 Small Buildings Mike Cadwell 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 64 pp / 110 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-055-3 $12.95 / £9.95

Pamphlet Architecture 20 Seven Partly Underground Rooms... Mary-Ann Ray 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 110 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-103-1 $16.95 / £9.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 21 Situation Normal Paul Lewis et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 150 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-154-3 $16.95 / £9.99 Rights: W

Pamphlet Architecture 22 Other Plans University of Chicago Studies Michael Sorkin Studio 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 96 pp / 44 col / 36 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-309-7 $14.95 / £10.95 Rights: W

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Pamphlet Architecture 23 Move: Sites of Trauma Johanna Saleh Dickson 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-400-1 $14.95 / £10.95 Rights: W

Pamphlet Architecture 24 Some Among Them Are Killers: Unmanaged Landscapes for Non-U.S. Military and Government Users David Ross 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 95 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-389-9 $14.95 / £10.95 / Rights: W Backlist

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Pamphlet Architecture 25 Gravity James Cathcart et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 108 pp / 95 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-434-6 $16.95 / £10.95 Rights: W

Pamphlet Architecture 26 Thirteen Projects for the Sheridan Expressway Jonathan D. Solomon 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-454-4 $14.95 / £10.95

Pamphlet Architecture 27 Tooling Benjamin Aranda et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 70 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-547-3 $19.95 / £11.99

Pamphlet Architecture 28 Augmented Landscapes Smout Allen 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-625-8 $19.95 / £11.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 31 New Haiti Villages Steven Holl et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 48 pp / 16 col / 31 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-981-5 $19.95 / £12.99

Pamphlet Architecture 32 Resilience James A. Craig and Matt Ozga-Lawn 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm 80 pp / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-031-5 $17.95 / £11.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 29 Ambiguous Spaces Nannette Jackowski and Ricardo de Ostos 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 80 pp / 100 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-795-8 $16.95 / £9.99

Pamphlet Architecture 30 Coupling Strategies for Infrastructural Opportunism InfraNet Lab / Lateral Office 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm / 80 pp Paperback / 978-1-56898-985-3 $17.95 / £12.99

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America’s Other Audubon Joy M. Kiser 11 x 13 in / 28 x 33 cm 192 pp / 69 color / 6 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-61689-059-9 $45.00 / £30.00

Animal Logic Richard Barnes et al. 12 x 11 in / 30 x 28 cm 144 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-861-0 $65.00 / £40.00

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Around the World The Grand Tour in Photo Albums Barbara Levine and Kirsten Jensen 12 x 9 in / 30 x 23 cm 208 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-708-8 $55.00 / £32.00 Rights: W

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Artpark 1974‒1984 Sandra Q. Firmin 11.5 x 9.3 in / 29 x 23 cm 256 pp / 304 col / 38 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-61689-019-3 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

At. . . Writing, mainly about art, from the London Review of Books Peter Campbell 4.9 x 8.3 in / 12 x 21 cm 400 pp / 12 col Paperback / 978-0-907259-43-5 $35.00 / £25.00

Bethlehem Steel Andrew Garn 8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm 120 pp / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-197-0 $21.95 / £15.95

Big Up Ben Watts 7 x 8.3 in / 18 x 21 cm 192 pp / 300 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-452-0 $35.00 / £25.00

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Brodsky and Utkin The Complete Works Lois Nesbitt 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 128 pp / 99 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-399-8 $45.00 / £30.00

Brothels of Nevada Candid Views of America’s Legal Sex Industry Timothy Hursley 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 166 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-418-6 $24.95 / £16.99

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Bird Watching Paula McCartney et al. 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 120 pp / 40 col / 5 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-855-9 $50.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

Blackstock’s Collections The Drawings of an Artistic Savant Gregory L. Blackstock 5.5 x 9.5 in / 14 x 24 cm 144 pp / 140 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-579-4 $21.95 / £12.95

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By Hand The Use of Craft in Contemporary Art Shu Hung and Joseph Magliaro 7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm 176 pp / 240 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-942-6 $24.95 / £16.99

Creative Time: The Book Anne Pasternak and Ruth Peltason 7.9 x 11 in / 20 x 28 cm 288 pp / 275 col / 25 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-804-7 $35.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

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Dance in Cuba Gil Garcetti 12 x 13 in / 30 x 33 cm 144 pp / 80 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-890449-34-6 $65.00 / £38.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

Drawing from Life The Journal As Art Jennifer New 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 200 col / 5 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-445-2 $29.95 / £16.99 Rights: W Also available on ebrary.com

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The Eiffel Tower Lucien Hervé 5.5 x 9 in / 14 x 23 cm 96 pp / 45 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-372-1 $19.95 / £14.95 Rights: W

Forest of Pipes The Walt Disney Concert Hall Organ Jennifer Zobelein and Grant Mudford 8 x 8 in / 20 x 20 cm 80 pp / 100 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-43-8 $24.95 / £15.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

Ghostly Ruins America’s Forgotten Architecture Harry Skrdla 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 208 pp / 250 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-615-9 $29.95 / £17.00

Holidays on Display William L. Bird, Jr. 8 x 8.8 in / 20 x 22 cm 160 pp / 150 col / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-695-1 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

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From Hieroglyphics to Isotype A Visual Autobiography Otto Neurath 9.4 x 6.7 in / 24 x 17 cm many col Hardcover / 978-0-907259-44-2 $50.00

Frozen Music Gil Garcetti 16 x 14 in / 41 x 36 cm 96 pp / 45 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-890449-27-8 $125.00 / £80.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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I Am My Family Photographic Memories and Fictions Rafael Goldchain 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 168 pp / 138 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-738-5 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Ilf and Petrov’s American Road Trip The 1935 Travelogue of Two Soviet Writers Ilya Ilf et al. 6.5 x 8.5 in / 17 x 22 cm 176 pp / 150 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-600-5 $24.95 / £15.00 Rights: W

Impressions of New York Prints from the New-York Historical Society Marilyn Symmes 11 x 9 in / 28 x 23 cm 304 pp / 32 col / 107 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-492-6 $50.00 / £35.00 Rights: W

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Inside the Painter’s Studio Joe Fig 7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm 240 pp / 200 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-852-8 $35.00 / £22.50 Rights: W

Italian Cities and Landscapes An Architect’s Sketchbook William H. Fain, Jr. 5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm 264 pp / 246 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-32-2 $27.00 / £18.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Jazzpaths An American Photomemento David Wild 6.7 x 9.4 in / 17 x 24 cm 112 pp / 65 color / 66 b+w Hardcover / 978-0-907259-45-9 $22.50 Rights: NSAM A Hyphen Press book

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Kosmos A Portrait of the Russian Space Age Adam Bartos 11 x 9.8 in / 28 x 25 cm 176 pp / 94 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-308-0 $40.00 / £28.00

Landscape Stories Jem Southam 12.5 x 11.5 in / 32 x 29 cm 156 pp / 90 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-517-6 $75.00 / £50.00

LaPorte, Indiana Jason Bitner 6.8 x 8.5 in / 17 x 22 cm 192 pp / 200 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-530-5 $19.95 / £10.99

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LA’s Early Moderns Art, Architecture, Photography Victoria Dailey et al. 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 136 pp / 75 col / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-1-890449-16-2 $34.95 / £25.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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The Learning to See series The Artist’s Eye Peter Jenny 4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.46 x 14.7 cm 216 pp / 22 color / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-056-8 $12.00 / £7.99

The Learning to See series Drawing Techniques Peter Jenny 4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.46 x 14.7 cm 168 pp / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-054-4 $12.00 / £7.99

The Learning to See series Figure Drawing Peter Jenny 4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.46 x 14.7 cm 188 pp / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-049-0 $12.00 / £7.99

Lickshot A Photo Scrapbook Ben Watts 9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm 208 pp / 180 col / 20 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-838-2 $50.00 / £32.00

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Life on the Lower East Side Photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff, 1937–1950 Rebecca Lepkoff et al. 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 192 pp / 170 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-939-6 $29.95 / £19.99

Lists / To-dos, Illustrated Inventories, Collected Thoughts, and Other Artists’ Enumerations from the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art Liza Kirwin 7 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm 208 pp / 115 col / 25 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-888-7 $24.95 / £16.99 / Rights: W

Lost Border The Landscape of the Iron Curtain Brian Rose 10 x 10 in / 25 x 25 cm 144 pp / 87 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-493-3 $40.00 / £28.00

Lucy + Jorge Orta Food, Water, Life Lucy + Jorge Orta 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 192 pp / 300 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-991-4 $40.00 / £28.00

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Mingering Mike The Amazing Career of An Imaginary Soul Superstar Dori Hadar 9 x 9.5 in / 23 x 24 cm 192 pp / 136 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-569-5 $24.95 / £14.99

Mysteries of the Rectangle Essays on Painting Siri Hustvedt 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 204 pp / 50 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-618-0 $24.95 / £16.95 Rights: WE

Nell Brooker Mayhew Paintings on Paper Alissa Anderson 8.3 x 8.3 in / 21 x 21 cm 80 pp / 50 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-35-3 $24.95 / £14.99

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Newtown Creek A Photographic Survey of New York’s Industrial Waterway Anthony Hamboussi 9.6 x 6.5 in / 24 x 17 cm 432 pp / 237 col / 4 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-858-0 $55.00 / £35.00

Now Is Then Snapshots from the Maresca Collection Marvin Heiferman 7.8 x 9.3 in / 20 x 23 cm 192 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-748-4 $29.95 / £16.99

Oak One Tree, Three Years, Fifty Paintings Stephen Taylor 7.75 x 9.25 in / 19.7 x 23.5 cm 112 pp / 125 col Hardcover / 978-1-61689-032-2 $29.95 / £19.99

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Once Upon a Time Illustrations from Fairytales, Fables, Primer, Pop-Ups, and other Children’s Books. Amy Weinstein 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 256 pp / 192 col / 325 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-564-0 $35.00 / £19.99

Paris Women & Bicycles Gil Garcetti 9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm 128 pp / 100 col Paperback / 978-1-890449-52-0 $45.00 / £30.00

Paris Changing Revisiting Eugene Atget’s Paris Christopher Rauschenberg 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 192 pp / 172 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-680-7 $40.00 / £25.00

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New York Changing Revisiting Berenice Abbott’s New York Douglas Levere and Bonnie Yochelson 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 192 pp / 170 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-473-5 $40.00 / £28.00

The Mythic City Photographs of New York by Samuel H. Gottscho, 1925-1940 Donald Albrecht 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 224 pp / 175 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-015-5 $29.95 / £20.00

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Obsessive Consumption What Did You Buy Today? Kate Bingaman-Burt 6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm 208 pp / 550 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-890-0 $19.95 / £12.99 Rights: W

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Pedro E. Guerrero A Photographer’s Journey Pedro E. Guerrero 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 224 pp / 60 col / 137 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-590-9 $55.00 / £35.00 Rights: W

Snapshot Chronicles Inventing The American Photo Album Barbara Levine et al. 10 x 10 in / 25 x 25 cm 192 pp / 576 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-557-2 $40.00 / £25.00

Publish Your Photography Book Darius D. Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 224 pp / 25 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-883-2 $29.95 / £18.99

Real Photo Postcards Unbelievable Images from the Collection of Harvey Tulcensky Laetitia Wolff 7.1 x 9.3 in / 18 x 23 cm 192 pp / 180 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-556-5 $19.95 / £10.99

Sites of Impact Meteorite Craters Around the World Stan Gaz 10.3 x 13 in / 26 x 33 cm 144 pp / 85 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-815-3 $60.00 / £35.00

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Stickwork Patrick Dougherty 7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm 208 pp / 230 col / 20 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-862-7 $50.00 / £32.00

Stickwork Patrick Dougherty Paperback / 978-1-56898-976-1 $34.95 / £20.00

Thrown Rope Peter Hutchinson 7.5 x 9.8 in / 19 x 25 cm 144 pp / 100 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-561-9 $29.95 / £19.99

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Up on the Roof New York’s Hidden Skyline Spaces Alex MacLean 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 240 pp / 400 color Hardcover / 978-1-61689-050-6 $50.00

Urban Surprises A Guide to Public Art in Los Angeles Gloria Gerace 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 112 pp / 20 col / 40 b+w Paperback / 978-1-890449-14-8 $14.95 / £11.95

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Visions of Heaven The Dome in European Architecture David Stephenson and Victoria Hammond 11 x 11.5 in / 28 x 29 cm 192 pp / 125 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-549-7 $60.00 / £35.00

Water is Key A Better Future for Africa Gil Garcetti 12 x 13 in / 30 x 33 cm 112 pp / 80 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-890449-45-2 $65.00 / £40.00 Rights: W A Balcony Press book

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Book Arts

Woodcut Bryan Nash Gill 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 128 pp / 100 color Hardcover / 978-1-61689-048-3 $29.95 / £19.99 Rights: W

A Year of Mornings 3191 Miles Apart Maria Alexandra Vettese and Stephanie Congdon Barnes 6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm 208 pp / 450 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-784-2 $21.95 / £12.99

Art Deco Bookbindings The Work of Pierre Legrain and Rose Adler Yves Peyré and H. George Fletcher 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 120 pp / 60 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-462-9 $35.00 / £25.00

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The Book as Art Artists' Books from the National Museum of Women in the Arts Krystyna Wasserman 8.5 x 11 in / 21.6 x 28 cm 208 pp / 186 col / 12 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-992-1 $34.95 / £22.50

By Its Cover Modern American Book Cover Design Ned Drew and Paul Sternberger 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 192 pp / 200 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-497-1 $29.95 / £19.99

Classic Book Jackets The Design Legacy of George Salter Thomas Hansen 8.3 x 9.8 in / 21 x 25 cm 200 pp / 224 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-491-9 $35.00 / £25.00

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The ABC’s of Triangle Square Circle The Bauhaus and Design Theory Ellen Lupton and J. Abbott Miller 8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm 64 pp / 105 b+w / Paperback / 978-1-87827-142-6 $24.95

Bent Ply The Art of Plywood Furniture Dung Ngo and Eric Pfeiffer 7.3 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm 160 pp / 125 col / 16 b+w Plywood with rounded corners and taped spine / 978-1-56898405-6 $49.95 / £35.00

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Designing Books Practice and Theory Jost Hochuli and Robin Kinross 6.7 x 8.9 in / 17 x 23 cm 168 pp Paperback / 978-0-907259-23-7 $30.00 Rights: NSAM A Hyphen Press book

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The Business of Design Balancing Creativity and Profitability Keith Granet 8 x 10 in / 20.3 x 25.4 cm 208 pp / 75 col Hardcover / 978-1-61689-018-6 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

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Cuba Style Graphics from the Golden Age of Design Steven Heller and Vicki Gold Levi 8 x 8.8 in / 20 x 22 cm 168 pp / 250 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-360-8 $24.95 / £14.99

Curious Boym Design Works Constantin Boym 6.4 x 8.5 in / 16 x 22 cm 224 pp / 290 col / 15 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-353-0 $40.00 / £28.00

Daniel Eatock Imprint Daniel Eatock 8.3 x 11.7 in / 21 x 30 cm 224 pp / 700 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-788-0 $60.00 / £30.00 Rights: W

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Design Studies Theory and Research in Graphic Design Audrey Bennett 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 464 pp / 50 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-597-8 $65.00 / £35.00

Design for Victory World War II Posters on the American Home Front William L. Bird, Jr. and Harry R. Rubenstein 8.8 x 8 in / 22 x 20 cm 120 pp / 170 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-140-6 $24.95 / £14.99

Design Studies Theory and Research in Graphic Design Audrey Bennett Paperback / 978-1-56898-586-2 $40.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

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Extreme Textiles Designing for High Performance Matilda McQuaid 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 224 pp / 200 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-507-7 $45.00

Function, Restraint, and Subversion in Typography J. Namdev Hardisty 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 256 pp / 390 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-966-2 $45.00 / £30.00

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Dish International Design for the Home Julie Muller Stahl 7.3 x 9.8 in / 18 x 25 cm 200 pp / 316 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-476-6 $34.95 / £25.00

Exploring Materials Creative Design for Everyday Objects Inna Alesina and Ellen Lupton 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 208 pp / 425 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-768-2 $35.00 / £20.00

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George Tsypin Opera Factory Building in the Black Void George Tsypin et al. 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 224 pp / 350 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-532-9 $75.00 / £40.00

Graphic Design The New Basics Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips 8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm 248 pp / 400 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-770-5 $50.00 / £26.00

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The Handy Book of Artistic Printing / A Collection of Letterpress Examples with Specimens of Type, Ornament, Corner Fills, Borders, Twisters, Wrinklers, and other Freaks of Fancy / Doug Clouse and Angela Voulangas 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 224 pp / 185 col / 12 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-705-7 $40.00 / £23.50 / Rights: W

How to Be a Graphic Designer without Losing Your Soul, new edition Adrian Shaughnessy 7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm 176 pp / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-983-9 Ebook / 978-1-61689-116-9 $24.95

It Is Beautiful … then Gone Martin Venezky 7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm 192 pp / 1392 col / 35 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-729-3 $29.95 / £16.99

Kitchen Centric Mick De Giulio et al. 11 x 11 in / 28 x 28 cm 256 pp / 250 col Hardcover / 978-1-890449-54-4 $65.00 / £40.00

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Letters from the Avant-Garde Modern Graphic Design Ellen Lupton and Elaine Lustig Cohen 10.7 x 8.2 in / 27 x 21 cm 128 pp / 120 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-052-2 $24.95 / £17.95

Graphic Design The New Basics Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips Paperback / 978-1-56898-702-6 $35.00 / £20.00 Rights: W

Inside Design Now The National Design Triennial Ellen Lupton et al. 8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm 208 pp / 400 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-395-0 $29.95 Rights: NSAM, Asia

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Make It Bigger Paula Scher 9.3 x 6.5 in / 23 x 17 cm 272 pp / 300 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-332-5 $45.00 / £32.00 Rights: W

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Make It Bigger Paula Scher Paperback / 978-1-56898-548-0 $35.00 / £22.50 Rights: W

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Mixing Messages Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture Ellen Lupton 8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm 176 pp / 300 col / 64 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-099-7 $35.00 / £23.00

Models and Constructs Margin Notes to a Design Culture Norman Potter 6.7 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 312 pp / 190 b+w Hardcover / 978-0-907259-04-6 $40.00

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Moderne Fashioning the French Interior Sarah Schleuning 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm 304 pp / 272 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-724-8 $65.00 / £40.00 Rights: W

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Over and Over A Catalog of Hand-Drawn Patterns Mike Perry 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 256 pp / 250 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-757-6 $35.00 / £20.00

Pulled A Catalog of Screen Printing Mike Perry 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 256 pp / 256 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-943-3 $35.00 / £22.50

Robert Brownjohn Sex and Typography Emily King 7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm 240 pp / 200 col / 55 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-550-3 $45.00

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Seventy-nine Short Essays on Design Michael Bierut 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 272 pp Hardcover / 978-1-56898-699-9 $35.00 / £20.00

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Seventy-nine Short Essays on Design Michael Bierut Paperback / 978-1-61689-061-2 Ebook / 978-1-61689-071-1 $27.50 / £15.95 Rights: W

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There’s Nothing Funny About Design David Barringer 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 160 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-828-3 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

Screen Essays on Graphic Design, New Media, and Visual Culture Jessica Helfand 5.3 x 8 in / 13 x 20 cm 200 pp / 65 col / 120 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-310-3 $19.95 / £13.95

Skin Surface, Substance, and Design Ellen Lupton et al. 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 240 pp / 250 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-711-8 $27.50 / £16.00

Soak Wash Rinse Spin Tolleson Design 7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm 320 pp / 800 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-198-7 $45.00 / £30.00 Rights: NAM, UK

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Tools of the Imagination Drawing Tools and Technologies from the Eighteenth Century to the Present Susan Piedmont-Palladino 7.8 x 9.3 in / 20 x 23 cm 128 pp / 115 col / 15 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-599-2 $29.95 / £17.00 Rights: W

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The Transformer Principles of Making Isotype Charts Marie Neurath and Robin Kinross 8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm 80 pp / Paperback / 978-0907259-40-4 $25.00 Rights: NSAM / A Hyphen Press book

Visual Complexity Mapping Patterns of Information Manuel Lima 8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm 272 pp / 250 col / 65 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-936-5 $50.00 / £35.00 Rights: W

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Visual Function An Introduction to Information Design Paul Mijksenaar 6.8 x 8.3 in / 17 x 21 cm 56 pp / 22 col / 88 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-118-5 $14.95 Rights: NSAM

Volume Writings on Graphic Design, Music, Art, and Culture Kenneth FitzGerald and Rudy VanderLans 6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm 256 pp / 9 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-964-8 $24.95 / £14.99

What is a Designer Things, Places, Messages Norman Potter 5 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm 184 pp Paperback / 978-0-907259-16-9 $20.00 Rights: NSAM A Hyphen Press book

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Designing for Social Change Strategies for Community-Based Graphic Design Andrew Shea 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 168 pp / 150 color Paperback / 978-1-61689-047-6 $24.95 / £15.99

D.I.Y. Design It Yourself Ellen Lupton 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 196 pp / 250 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-552-7 $24.95 / £12.99 Rights: W

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Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture Casey Reas et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 176 pp / 120 col / 80 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-937-2 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

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Geometry of Design Second Edition, Revised and Updated Studies in Proportion and Composition Kimberly Elam 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm 144 pp / 150 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-036-0 $24.95 / £16.99 / Rights: W

Elements of Design Rowena Reed Kostellow and the Structure of Visual Relationships Gail Greet Hannah and Designed by Tucker Viemeister and Seth Kornfeld 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 160 pp / 150 col / Paperback / 978-1-56898-329-5 $24.95 / £12.99 / Rights: W

Graphic Design Theory Readings from the Field Helen Armstrong 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 152 pp / 41 col / 32 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-772-9 $24.95 / £14.99

Graphic Design Thinking Beyond Brainstorming Ellen Lupton 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm 184 pp / 240 col / 125 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-979-2 $24.95 / £16.99

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Grid Systems Principles of Organizing Type Kimberly Elam 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 120 pp / 45 col / 200 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-465-0 $24.95 / £12.99 Rights: W

Indie Publishing How to Design and Produce Your Own Book Ellen Lupton 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 176 pp / 270 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-760-6 $24.95 / £12.99

Lettering and Type Creating Letters and Designing Typefaces Bruce Willen et al. 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 144 pp / 515 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-765-1 $24.95 / £14.99

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Participate Designing with User-Generated Content Helen Armstrong and Zvezdana Stojmirovic 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm 160 pp / 100 col Paperback / 978-1-61689-025-4 $24.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

Thinking with Type, second, revised and expanded edition A Critical Guide for Designers, Writers, Editors, & Students Ellen Lupton 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 224 pp / 100 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-969-3 $24.95 / £14.99

Typographic Systems Kimberly Elam 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 160 pp / 55 col / 400 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-687-6 $24.95 / £12.99

Visual Grammar Christian Leborg 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 96 pp / 200 2-color col Paperback / 978-1-56898-581-7 $21.95 / £12.99

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The Wayfinding Handbook Information Design for Public Places David Gibson 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 152 pp / 265 col / 5 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-769-9 $24.95 / £14.99 Rights: W

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Dot Dot Dot

Dot Dot Dot 13 Stuart Bailey and Peter Bilak 6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 104 pp / 14 col / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-90-77620-07-6 $16.95

Dot Dot Dot 16 Stuart Bailey 6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 104 pp / 14 col / 90 b+w Paperback / 978-0-9794654-1-3 $16.95

Dot Dot Dot 17 Stuart Bailey 6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 104 pp Paperback / 978-0-9794654-2-0 $16.95

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Fresh Dialogue

Dot Dot Dot 19 Stuart Bailey 6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 144 pp / 25 col / 245 b+w Paperback / 978-0-9794654-4-4 $16.95

Dot Dot Dot 20 Stuart Bailey 6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm 144 pp / 25 col / 245 b+w Paperback / 978-0-9794654-5-1 $16.95

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Fresh Dialogue 6 Friendly Fire AIGA New York Chapter and James Victore 6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 112 pp / 200 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-582-4 $16.95 / £12.95 Rights: W

Fresh Dialogue 7 Making Magazines AIGA New York Chapter and James Truman 6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 128 pp / 100 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-698-2 $16.95 / £9.99

Fresh Dialogue 8 Designing Audiences AIGA New York Chapter and Ze Frank 6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 128 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-751-4 $16.95 / £9.99

Fresh Dialogue 9 In/Visible: Graphic Data Revealed AIGA New York Chapter 6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm 128 pp / 130 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-816-0 $16.95 / £9.99

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Active Literature Jan Tschichold and New Typography Christopher Burke 8.3 x 10.9 in / 21 x 28 cm 336 pp / 700 col Hardcover / 978-0-907259-32-9 $75.00

Anthony Froshaug Typography & Texts Documents of a Life: Vol 1 and Vol 2 Robin Kinross 6.7 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm 528 pp / 360 b+w / Paperback / 978-0-907259-09-1 $75.00 Rights: NSAM / A Hyphen Press book

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Counterpunch Making Type in the Sixteenth Century, Designing Typefaces Now Fred Smeijers 5.5 x 8.7 in / 14 x 22 cm 200 pp / xx col Paperback / 978-0-9207259-42-8 $45.00 Rights: NSAM

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Detail in Typography Jost Hochuli 4.9 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm 72 pp / 75 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-34-3 $25.00

Dimensional Typography J. Abbott Miller 5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm 64 pp / 30 col / 50 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-089-8 Rights: W

Fraktur Mon Amour Judith Schalansky 4.9 x 7.9 in / 12 x 20 cm 648 pp / 300 col Hardcover / 978-1-56898-801-6 $45.00 / £30.00

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Karel Martens Counterprint Karel Martens et al. 8.3 x 11.8 in / 21 x 30 cm 40 pp Paperback / 978-0-907259-25-1 $35.00

Letter by Letter An Alphabetical Miscellany Laurent Pflughaupt 7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm 160 pp / 139 1-color / 230 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-737-8 $24.95 / £15.00

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Paul Renner The Art of Typography Christopher Burke 6.5 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm 224 pp / 20 col / 110 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-12-1 $35.00

Printed Matter / Drukwerk Jaap van Triest et al. 6.7 x 23 in / 17 x 58 cm 208 pp / many col Paperback / 978-0-907259-41-1 $60.00

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Hand Job A Catalog of Type Mike Perry 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 256 pp / 500 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-626-5 $35.00 / £20.00 Rights: W

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Modern typography in Britain Graphic Design, Politics, and Society, Typography papers 8 Stuart Hall and Paul Stiff 8.5 x 11.7 in / 22 x 30 cm 160 pp / Paperback / 978-0907259-39-8 $50.00 Rights: NSAM / A Hyphen Press book

The Stroke Theory of Writing Gerrit Noordzij 5 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm 96 pp / Paperback / 978-0907259-30-5 $25.00

Type Now A Manifesto Fred Smeijers 5.7 x 8.7 in / 14 x 22 cm 144 pp / 16 col Paperback / 978-0-907259-24-4 $27.50

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Modern Typography An Essay in Critical History, 2nd Ed Robin Kinross 5 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm 224 pp / 64 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-18-3 $27.50

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Type Spaces In-house Norms in the Typography of Aldus Manutius Peter Burnhill 6.7 x 9.4 in / 17 x 24 cm 144 pp / 150 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-19-0 $35.00

Typeface Classic Typography for Contemporary Design Tamye Riggs 10.3 x 9 in / 26 x 23 cm 256 pp / 400 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-810-8 $45.00

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Typography Papers 6 The Classical Traditon in Letters Nicolete Gray et al. 8.5 x 11.7 in / 22 x 30 cm 128 pp Paperback / 978-0-907259-29-9 $40.00

Typography Sketchbooks Steven Heller and Lita Talarico 7.3 x 9.6 in / 18.5 x 24.4 cm 368 pp / 600 col & b+w Paperback / 978-1-61689-042-1 $40.00

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Visual & Popular Culture

Unjustified Texts Perspectives on Typography Robin Kinross 5 x 8.25 in / 13 x 21 cm 392 pp / 109 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-17-6 $30.00

A View of Early Typography Up to about 1600 Harry Carter 5.5 x 8.8 in / 14 x 22 cm 208 pp / 84 b+w Paperback / 978-0-907259-21-3 $35.00

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America’s Doll House The Miniature World of Faith Bradford William L. Bird, Jr. 7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm 128 pp / 51 col / 20 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-974-7 $24.95 / £14.99

Asleep in the Afternoon E. C. Large 5 x 7.5 in / 13 x 19 cm 416 pp Hardcover / 978-0-907259-37-4 $35.00

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20th-Century Pattern Design Lesley Jackson 9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm 224 pp / 360 color Paperback / 978-1-61689-065-0 $40.00 Rights: NAM

At a Crossroads Between a Rock and My Parents’ Place Kate T. Williamson 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 144 pp / 144 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-714-9 $19.95 / £11.99

The Best of LCD The Art and Writing of WFMU Dave the Spazz 7.6 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm 256 pp / 150 col / 300 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-715-6 $29.95 / £16.99 Rights: W

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Breaking News How the Associated Press Has Covered War, Peace, and Everything Else Associated Press 8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm 432 pp / 40 col / 140 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-689-0 $35.00 / £20.00

Cartographies of Time A History of the Timeline Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton 8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm 272 pp / 268 col / 40 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-763-7 $50.00 / £30.00

Cartographies of Time A History of the Timeline Daniel Rosenberg and Anthony Grafton Paperback / 978-1-61689-058-2 $35.00 / £25.00 Rights: W

Catalog The Illustrated History of Mail Order Shopping Robin Cherry 7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm 272 pp / 375 col / 125 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-739-2 $35.00 / £22.00 Rights: W

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Cocinando! Fifty Years of Latin Album Cover Art Pablo Yglesias 7.5 x 7.5 in / 19 x 19 cm 240 pp / 177 col / 7 b+w Paperback / 978-1-56898-460-5 $19.95 / £13.99

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Hong Kong Comics A History of Manhua Wendy Siuyi Wong 9 x 9.8 in / 23 x 25 cm 204 pp / 1000 col Paperback / 978-1-56898-269-4 $25.00 / £17.99

In the Wilds Drawings by Nigel Peake Nigel Peake 6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm 136 pp / 80 col / 18 b+w Hardcover / 978-1-56898-952-5 $22.95 / £14.99

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Index A ABC’s of Triangle Square Circle, The 92 Above Paris 78 Above the Pavement—the Farm! 78 Abrams, Janet 60 Abruzzo, Emily 76, 81 Active Literature 98 Adalberto Libera 58 A-frame 71 After Taste 80 After the Crash 71 AIGA, New York Chapter 98 Albert Frey Houses 1 + 2 65 Albrecht, Donald 90 Alesina, Inna 93 Alinder, Jim 75 Allen, Smout 86 Alvar Aalto Houses 3, 48, 71 America’s Doll House 100 America’s Other Audubon 86 Amidon, Jane 78 Anchoring 58 Anderson, Alissa 90 Anderson, Brooke 103 Anderson, Mark 70 Anderson, Peter 70 Anderson, Stanford 49 Andersso, Arthur 61 Andraos, Amale 78 Andrea Cochran 71 Animal Logic 86 Animate Form 58 Anthony Froshaug 98 Antiquities of Athens, The 69 Aran, Berge 65 Aranda, Benjamin 86 Archigram 58 Archigram Archives 43 Architect Says, The 23 Architects Draw 64 Architectural Detail, The 71 Architectural League of New York, The 64 Architectural Lighting 64 Architectural Photography the Digital Way 64 Architectural Regionalism 80 Architecture and Film 80 Architecture and the Sciences 80 Architecture From the Outside In 80 Architecture of Diplomacy, The 71 Architecture of Modern Italy, The 71 Architecture of the Off-Modern 52, 81 Architecture of the Ozarks, The 58 Architecture Oriented Otherwise 81 Armstrong, Helen 96, 97 Around the World 86 Art Deco Bookbindings 92 Art Deco San Francisco 58 Artificial Light 81 Artist’s Eye, The 89 Artpark 87 Asleep in the Afternoon 100

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Associated Press 101 At... 87 At a Crossroads 100 AT-INdex 58 Atlas of Novel Tectonics 58 Aureli, Pier Vittorio 53 Austin Val Verde 65 Autonomy 55 A Year of Mornings 92 B Bailey, Stuart 97, 98, 102 Balthazar Korab 27 Baltimore Rowhouse, The 71 Bamboo Fences 71 Barnes, Richard 86 Barnes, Stephanie Congdon 92 Barringer, David 95 Bartos, Adam 89 Beckham, Andrew 21 Bee 50 Belfoure, Charles 71 Bell, Michael 70, 75 Bell, Victoria Ballard 70 Bennett, Audrey 93 Bennett, Edward H. 69 Bennett, Paul 68 Benton, Caroline Maniaque 74 Bent Ply 92 Berger, Alan 78, 79 Berger, Robert 75 Bergman, David 65 Berke, Arnold 61 Bernard Tschumi/Zenith De Rouen 67 Bernheimer, Andrew 63 Bernstein, Phillip 71 Best of LCD, The 100 Bethlehem Steel 87 Betts, Stella 60 Beyond the Edge 78 Bierut, Michael 95 Big Idea, The 58 Big Up 87 Bilak, Peter 97 Bingaman-Burt, Kate 90 Bing Thom Architects 58 Bing Thom Works 58 Biopolitics and the Emergence of Modern Architecture 53, 81 Bioreboot 58 Bird’s Eye Views 79 Bird Watching 87 Bird, William L., Jr. 88, 93, 100, 102 Bishop, Carol 72 Bitner, Jason 89 Blackstock, Gregory L. 87 Blackstock’s Collections 87 Blackwell, Marlon 58 Blechman, Nicholas 101 Block by Block 79 Blostein, Beth 81 Bloszies, Charles 65 Bodziak, Gerald 82

Bognar, Botond 61 Bohnacker, Hartmut 33 Bolchover, Joshua 83 Bollnow, Otto Friedrich 82 Bonanos, Christopher 13 Bonnemaison, Sarah 73 Book as Art, The 92 Boyer, M. Christine 82 Boym, Constantin 93 Boym, Svetlana 52, 81 Branch, Mark Alden 59 Brash, Alexander 73 Breaking News 101 Breakthrough! 17 Brodsky and Utkin 87 Brooklyn Makers 11 Brostrom, Caitlin Lempres 60 Brothels of Nevada 87 Brownell, Blaine 65, 70, 74 Brown, Jane 77 Bryan, John M. 61, 67 Buchanan-Smith, Peter 103 Buckley, Craig 70, 75 Building Envelopes 65 Building (in) the Future 71 Bunker Archeology 72 Burke, Anthony 82 Burke, Christopher 98, 99 Burley, Robert 35 Burnham, Daniel H. 69 Burnhill, Peter 100 Burton, Pamela 75 Busch, Akiko 82 Business of Design, The 3, 92 By Hand 87 By Its Cover 92 C Cadwell, Mike 85 Calatrava, Santiago 84 Calthorpe, Peter 79 Camber, Diane W. 74 Campanella, Thomas J. 79 Campbell, Peter 87 Canizaro, Vincent B. 80 Cape Cod Cottage, The 72 Capital Dilemma 81 Carter, Harry 100 Cartographies of Time 3, 101 Catalog 101 Cathcart, James 86 Causey, Jennifer 11 Cavalcanti, Lauro 77 Chang, Gary 73 Charles Rose, Architect 59 Cherry, Robin 101 Chiei, Chris 75 Childs, Mark C. 80 Chrysler Building, The 65 Cigliano, Jan 69 Citizens of No Place 72 City Building 79 Classic Book Jackets 92

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Cleary, Richard L. 68 Clemans, Gayle 3, 102 Clouse, Doug 94 Cocinando! 101 Codewriting Workbook, The 69 Cohen, Elaine Lustig 94 Cohen, Jean-Louis 78 Cohen-Litan, Jonathan 79 Collins, Nancy Sharon 25 Colonial Revival Maine 72 Comazzi, John 27 Complete Engraver, The 25 Complete Etchings of Rome, The 46 Concrete Dragon, The 79 Condemned Building 59 Coney Island 79 Constructing a New Agenda for Architecture 81 Contemporary Classical 31 Contemporary Curtain Wall Architecture 72 Conversations with Mies van der Rohe 83 Conversations with Paolo Soleri 84 Conversation with Frei Otto, A 83 Cook, Peter 58 Corbellini, Giovanni 58 Cornell, Alex 17 Corner, James 78 Corser, Robert 81 Counterpunch 98 Courtyard Housing in Los Angeles 77 Crafting a Modern World 72 Craig, James A. 86 Cranbrook 67 Creative Time: The Book 87 Cruising LA 76 Cuba Style 93 Cuff, Dana 79 Curious Boym 93 Curtan, Patricia 2, 102 Czerniak, Julia 45, 77 D Dailey, Victoria 89 Dance in Cuba 87 Daniel Eatock Imprint 93 Daniell, Thomas 71 Darden, Douglas 59 Dartmouth College 67 Dave the Spazz 100 Davids, René 69, 70 de Alba, Roberto 62 Deamer, Peggy 71 Dean, Andrea Oppenheimer 62, 63 Dean, Kathryn 59 Dean/Wolf Architects 59 Decker, Julie 74, 75 De Giulio, Mick 94 Demson, Michael 67 Denari, Neil M. 60 de Ostos, Ricardo 86 Descanso 77 Descottes, Hervé 64 Design Ecologies 81 Design for Education 54

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Design for Government 54 Design for Victory 93 Designing Books 92 Designing for Social Change 96 Designing Paradise 72 Design Studies 93 Detail in Process 69 Detail in Typography 99 Details in Contemporary Architecture 70 Details, Technology, and Form 70 Devil’s Workshop 59 D’Hooghe, Alexander 79 Dickson, Johanna Saleh 85 Digital Fabrications 65 Diller, Elizabeth 59 Dimension 81 Dimensional Typography 99 Dimitrova, Bilyana 68, 76 Disappearance of Darkness, The 35 Dish 93 D.I.Y. Design It Yourself 96 D.I.Y. Kids 101 Domin, Christopher 62 Donogoo-Tonka or the Miracles of Science 53, 81 Dot Dot Dot 97, 98 Dougherty, Patrick 3, 91 Dowd, D. B. 103 Drawing from Life 87 Drawing Techniques 89 Drew, Ned 92 Drosscape 79 Dubbeldam, Winka 58 Duke University 67 Dunlop, Beth 73 Dushkes, Laura S. 23 E Earth Architecture 72 Eatock, Daniel 93 Eckert, Kathryn 67 Eck, Jeremiah 73 Eco-Tec 81 Edifices de Rome Moderne 69 Eero Saarinen 59 Eggener, Keith 66 Eiffel Tower, The 88 Eisenbach, Ronit 73 Eisenman Architects/The University of Phoenix Stadium for the Arizona Cardinals 67 Eladio Dieste 49 Elam, Kimberly 96, 97 Electric Information Age Book, The 101 Elegantissima 19 Elements of Design 96 Ellin, Nan 82 Emily Abruzzo 82 Empire 101 Engineered Transparency 70 Englishman Who Posted Himself and Other Curious Objects, The 101 Erwin Hauer Continua 59 Ethical Architect, The 81 Ethics for Architects 65

Everything All at Once 40 Expanded Practice 59 Explorations 59 Exploring Materials 93 Extreme Textiles 93 F Fabricating Architecture 81 Fain, Bill 72 Fain, William 79 Fain, William H., Jr. 88 Fast-Forward Urbanism 79 Fenton, Joseph 85 Fifty Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International 52, 82 Fig, Joe 3, 88 Figure Drawing 89 Figure/Ground 72 Fili, Louise 19 Firmin, Sandra Q. 87 Fisher, Rose-Lynn 50 Fisher, Thomas 65 FitzGerald, Kenneth 96 Five Flights Up and Other New York Apartment Stories 101 Five Houses, Ten Details 82 Flesh 59 Fletcher, H. George 92 FOBA/Buildings 59 Ford, Edward R. 71, 82 Forecast 101 Forest of Pipes 88 Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture 96 Formerly Urban 45 Form Follows Finance 82 Fougeron, Anne 59 Fougeron Architecture 59 Fox, Michael 73 Fox, Stephen 67 Fragments of Utopia 72 Fraktur Mon Amour 99 Frank Furness 59 Frank Lloyd Wright 72 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater 66 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House 66 Frank, Ze 98 Freeman, Michael 73 Fresh Dialogue 98 Friedman, Avi 74, 82 From Autos to Architecture 72 From Here to There 101 From Hieroglyphics to Isotype 88 From the Ground Up 44 Frozen Music 88 Full Irish 73 Function, Restraint, and Subversion in Typography 93 Fuss, Troy 76 G Games We Played, The 102 Gandelsonas, Mario 80, 83

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Gang, Jeanne 2, 63 Gannon, Todd 67 Gans, Deborah 76 Garcetti, Gil 66, 87, 88, 90, 91 Garn, Andrew 87 Garofalo, Francesco 58 Gartman, David 72 Gastil, Raymond W. 78 Gateway 73 Gaz, Stan 91 Generative Design 33 Gensler 54 Geography of Home 82 Geometry of Design 96 George Tsypin Opera Factory 93 Gerace, Gloria 91 Ghost 60 Ghostly Ruins 88 Giannetto, Raffaella Fabiani 78 Gibson, David 97 Gill, Bryan Nash 92 Giovannini, Joseph 61 Gissen, David 83 Glenn, Joshua 103 God’s Amateur 102 Goldberg, Jeff 66 Goldchain, Rafael 88 Golub, Jennifer 65 Good, Albert 69 Gordon, Alastair 76 Grafton, Anthony 3, 101 Grand Hotels of the Jazz Age 60 Granet, Keith 3, 92 Grant Jones / Jones & Jones 78 Graphic Design, The New Basics 3, 93, 94 Graphic Design Theory 96 Graphic Design Thinking 2, 96 Gray, Nicolete 100 Green House, The 73 Green Roof 77 Gregor, Danny 102 Grid Systems 97 Gross, Benedikt 33 Guastavino Vaulting 73 Guerilla Art Kit, The 3, 102 Guerrero, Pedro E. 91 Guggenheim New York|Guggenheim Bilbao 66 Guide to Archigram 1961–74, A 43 Gussow, Sue Ferguson 64 Gutman, Robert 80 Gyroscopic Horizons 60 H Hadar, Dori 90 Hall, Stuart 99 Hamboussi, Anthony 90 Hammett, Jerilou 80 Hammett, Kingsley 80 Hammond, Victoria 91 Hand Job 99 Handmade Nation 102 Handy Book of Artistic Printing, The 94

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Hannah, Gail Greet 96 Hansen, Thomas 92 Hardisty, J. Namdev 93 Hargreaves, George 77 Harmon, Katharine 3, 102, 103 Harris, Steven 63 Hartman, George E. 69 Harvard University 67 Harzinski, Kris 101 Hauer, Erwin 59 Havana Guide, The 76 Hawthorne, Christopher 73 Hayes, Carol 103 Hays, K. Michael 81 Hayward, Mary Ellen 71 Head, Jeffrey 61 Heiferman, Marvin 90 Heimerl, Cortney 102 Helfand, Harvey 68 Helfand, Jessica 95, 103 Helfrich, Kurt G. F. 72 Heller, Steven 93, 100, 103 Hello World 102 Hervé, Lucien 88 Hibbard, Don 72 Hignite, Todd 103 Hill-Stead 73 Himes, Darius D. 3, 91 History of Architectural Theory, A 82 Hochuli, Jost 92, 99 Hofer, Margaret 102 Holidays on Display 88 Holl, Steven 58, 60, 62, 80, 84, 85, 86 Hong Kong Comics 102 Hotel as Home 73 House 60 House for My Mother, A 73 House in the Landscape 73 Houses of William Wurster, The 60 Höweler, Eric 59 How to Be a Graphic Designer without Losing Your Soul 3, 94 How to Photograph Buildings and Interiors 73 Human Space 82 Hung, Shu 87 Hunter, Matthew 41 Hursley, Timothy 62, 63, 87 Hustvedt, Siri 90 Hutchinson, Peter 91 I I Am My Family 88 Ian McHarg 84 If Cars Could Talk 79 Ilf and Petrov’s American Road Trip 88 Ilf, Ilya 88 Impressions of New York 88 Indie Publishing 97 InfraNet Lab / Lateral Office 86 Ingersoll, Richard 79 Inside Design Now 94 Inside Prefab 73 Inside the Painter’s Studio 3, 51, 88 Installations by Architects 73

Instant 13 Integrated Design in Contemporary Architecture 70 Interactive Architecture 73 Intertwining 60 In the Wilds 102 Iowa State Fair 102 Iron 66 Italian Architecture of the 16th Century 74 Italian Cities and Landscapes 88 It Is Beautiful…then Gone 94 Iwamoto, Lisa 65 J Jackowski, Nannette 86 Jackson, Davina 74 Jackson, Lesley 100 James Carpenter 60 James, Vincent 63 Jazzpaths 88 Jenny, Peter 89 Jensen, Kirsten 86 Jetsonen, Jari 3, 48, 71 Jetsonen, Sirkkaliisa 3, 48, 71 Johnson, Scott 58, 71, 72 Johnston, Norman 68 Jones, Partners: Architecture 60 Joy, Rick 63 Julie Snow Architects 60 K Kahn, Louis 84 Kaiser, Harvey H. 77 Karel Martens 99 Kedan, Elite 62 Keeney, Chris 3, 103 Kemp, Miles 73 Kentner, Jason 78 Kesling Modern Structures 60 KieranTimberlake Associates 66 Killory, Christine 69, 70 Kim, Jeannie 70 King, Emily 95 King, Joseph 62 Kinross, Robin 92, 95, 98, 99, 100, 102 Kipnis, Jeffrey 67 Kirk, Terry 71 Kirwin, Liza 89 Kiser, Joy M. 86 Kitchen Centric 94 Kleinman, Kent 66, 80 Komara, Ann 42 Koolhaas, Rem 84 Kopelow, Gerry 64, 73 Kornfeld, Seth 96 Kosmos 89 Krawczyk, Robert J. 69 Kriken, John Lund 79 Kroeger, Michael 84 Kruft, Hanno-Walter 82 Kundig, Tom 2, 63 Kuth, Byron 60 Kuth/Ranieri Architects 60

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L Lai, Jimenez 72 Lamonaca, Marianne 60 Lamster, Mark 80 Landscape Stories 89 Landscape Urbanism Reader, The 79 Lange, Alexandra 83 LaPorte, Indiana 89 Lappin, Sarah A. 73 L’Architecture 69 Large, E. C. 100, 103 Large Parks 77 Large Scale 51 LA’s Early Moderns 89 Laub, Julia 33 Lawrence Halprin’s Skyline Park 42 Lazzeroni, Claudius 33 Learning to See series, The 89 Leatherbarrow, David 81 Leborg, Christian 97 Le Corbusier 84 Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul 74 Le Corbusier Guide, The 76 Le Corbusier, Homme de Lettres 82 Le Corbusier Redrawn 29 Le Corbusier Talks with Students 84 Ledoux, Claude-Nicolas 69 LEED Materials 74 Leers, Andrea 61 Leet, Stephen 66 Leisurama Now 74 Leitner, Bernhard 66 Lepkoff, Rebecca 89 Lerup, Lars 79 Leslie, Thomas 102 Letarouilly, Paul 69 Letter by Letter 99 Lettering and Type 97 Letters from the Avant-Garde 94 Leven Betts 60 Leven, David 60 Levere, Douglas 90 Levine, Barbara 86, 91 Levine, Faythe 15, 102 Levi, Vicki Gold 93, 103 Lewis, David J. 37 Lewis, Paul 37, 61, 85 Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis 37, 61 Liberal Monument, The 79 L!brary Book, The 74 Lickshot 89 Life on the Lower East Side 89 Lima, Manuel 2, 95 Linn, Robert 75 Lippincott, Jonathan D. 51 Lists 89 Livingston, Morna 75 Loblolly House 66 Loeffler, Jane C. 71 Loomis, John 75 López-Pérez, Daniel 38 Lost Border 89 Lost Christmas Gift, The 21

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Louis I. Kahn 84 Louisville Guide 77 Lovell, Jenny 65 Lucy + Jorge Orta 89 Luhan, Gregory A. 77 Luis Barragan’s Gardens of El Pedregal 66 Lukez, Paul 80 Lupton, Ellen 2, 3, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 101 Lupton, Julia 101 Lyall, Sutherland 70 Lyndon, Donlyn 75 Lynn, Greg 58 M MacKay-Lyons, Brian 60, 62 MacLean, Alex 91 Macon, Sam 15 Made to Measure 61 Magliaro, Joseph 87 Maine Cottages 61 Make It Bigger 94 Making a Case 82 Manfredi, Michael 63 Manhattan Skyscrapers 66 Map as Art, The 3, 102 Margulis, Lynn 84 Marina City 61 Marjanovic, Igor 61 Marmol, Leo 61 Marmol Radziner + Associates 61 Marpillero, Sandro 60 Marras, Amerigo 81 Marr, Warren 77 Martens, Karel 99 Martin, Elizabeth 85 Mary Colter 61 Material Immaterial 61 Materials for Design 70 Material Strategies 65 Matter in the Floating World 74 McCarter, Robert 85 McCartney, Paula 87 McCullough, Lissa 84 McQuaid, Matilda 93 Meacham, Scott 67 Mehrdad, Yazdani 61 Meisel, Ari 74 Mellin, Robert 76 Mennel, Timothy 79 Menus for Chez Panisse 2, 102 Meredith, Michael 40 Merwood-Salisbury, Joanna 80 Messick, Kendall 103 Miami Modern Metropolis 74 Michaels, Adam 101 Michael Sorkin Studio 85 Mies Van der Rohe’s Krefeld Villas 66 Mijksenaar, Paul 96 Miller|Hull 61 Miller|Hull Partnership, The 61 Miller, J. Abbott 92, 99 Miller, Rod 68 Mingering Mike 90

Minka 74 Mitnick, Keith 81 Mitrovic, Branko 65 Mixing Messages 94 Model Making 65 Models and Constructs 94 Moderne 94 Modern Garden, The 77 Modern North 74 Modern Typography 99 Modern typography in Britain 99 Moe, Kiel 70, 76 More Mobile 74 Morgan, William 64, 72 Moskow, Keith 75 Mudford, Grant 88 Murphy, Kevin 72 Murray, Scott 72 Myers, Mary 71 Mysteries of the Rectangle 90 Mythic City, The 90 N Narrow Houses 74 Nash, Eric P. 66 National Park Architecture Sourcebook, The 77 Natural Architecture 77 Natural Houses 61 Nature of Place, The 82 Nell Brooker Mayhew 90 Nesbitt, Kate 83 Nesbitt, Lois 87 Network Practices 82 Neuman, David J. 68 Neurath, Marie 95 Neurath, Otto 88 New, Jennifer 87 Newman, Morris 62 Newtown Creek 90 New York Changing 90 Next American Metropolis, The 79 Next Wave 74 Ngo, Dung 63, 92 No Nails, No Lumber 61 Noordzij, Gerrit 99 Northwestern University 67 Norwegian Wood 62 Now Is Then 90 O Oak 90 Obsessive Consumption 90 Ochsendorf, John 73 O’Doherty, Brian 52, 83 O’Donnell, Sheila 62 O’Donnell + Tuomey 62 O’Gorman, James F. 73 Old Buildings, New Designs 65 Olson, Sheri 61 Once Upon a Time 90 OneFiveFour 62

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On Vision and Colors by Arthur Schopenhauer and Color Sphere by Philipp Otto Runge 82 Over and Over 95 Ozga-Lawn, Matt 86 P Paint by Number 102 Paiva, Tom 58 Pamela Burton Landscapes 75 Pamphlet Architecture 84, 85, 86 Paolo Bürgi Landscape Architect 78 Parallax 62 Paris 90 Paris Changing 90 Park and Recreation Structures 69 Park, Steven 29 Participate 97 Pascal, Patrick 60 Pasternak, Anne 87 Paula Scher MAPS 2, 103 Paul Rand 84 Paul Renner 99 Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses 62 Peake, Nigel 102 Pedro E. Guerrero 91 Peltason, Ruth 87 Pencil Points Reader 69 Perry, Mike 2, 95, 99 Peter Rose 62 Peter Smithson 84 Peters, Richard C. 60 Peyré, Yves 92 Pfeiffer, Eric 92 Pflughaupt, Laurent 99 Phillips, Jennifer Cole 3, 93, 94 Philosophy for Architects 65 Photographing Architecture and Interiors 75 Picon, Antoine 80 Piedmont-Palladino, Susan 59, 95 Pinhole Cameras 3, 103 Pinnell, Patrick L. 68 Piranesi, G.B. 46 Plain Modern 62 Plan of Chicago 69 Poletti, Therese 58 Polyzoides, Stefanos 77 Ponte, Alessandra 80 Post-Ductility 70 Postmodern Urbanism 82 Potter, Norman 94, 96 Poyner, Daniel 55 Prefab Prototypes 70 Pridmore, Jay 67 Printed Matter/Drukwerk 99 Proceed and Be Bold 62 Projectionist, The 103 Project of Autonomy, The 53 Provisional 62 Publish Your Photography Book 3, 91 Puente, Moisés 83 Pulled 2, 95

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Q Quantrill, Malcolm 62 Quinan, Jack 66 Quonset Hut 75 R Radical Reconstruction 62 Radziner, Ron 61 Rael, Ronald 72 Ramos, Cecilia E. 64 Randl, Chad 71, 75 Rand, Patrick 70 Rauschenberg, Christopher 90 Ray, Katerina Rüedi 61 Ray, Mary-Ann 85 R. Buckminster Fuller 38 Real Photo Postcards 91 Reas, Casey 96 Reclaiming the American West 78 Recovering Landscape 78 Reilly, Lisa 68 Reinventing the Wheel 103 Reiser, Jesse 58 Reisley, Roland 76 Remarkable Structures 70 Rem Koolhaas 84 Reps, John W. 79 Responsive Architecture 62 Reveal 2, 63 Revett, Nicholas 69 Revolution of Forms 75 Revolving Architecture 75 Rice University 67 Richard Haag 78 Richard Neutra’s Miller House 66 Richards, Larry Wayne 68 Rick Joy 63 Riggs, Tamye 100 Robert Brownjohn 95 Rocca, Alessandro 77 Roderick, John 74 Rodriguez, Eduardo 76 Rogers Marvel Architects 63 Romains, Jules 53, 81 Roman, Antonio 59 Ronan, John 59 Rose, Brian 89 Rose, Charles B. 59 Rosenberg, Daniel 3, 101 Rose, Peter 62 Ross, David 85 Rowe, Colin 74 Rubenstein, Harry R. 93 Rural Studio 63 Ryan, Zoë 79 S Sacred Spaces 75 Sahre, Paul 74, 102 Sammlung Architektonischer Entwürfe 69 Sample, Hilary 40 Sanderson, Arlene 77 Santiago Calatrava 84

Satkowski, Leon 74 Saunders, William S. 78 Schalansky, Judith 99 Scher, Paula 2, 94, 103 Schinkel, Karl Friedrich 69 Schlesinger, Toni 101 Schleuning, Sarah 94 Schnapp, Jeffrey T. 101 Schneiderman, Deborah 73 Schumacher, Thomas L. 66 Schwarzer, Mitchell 83 Scofidio, Ricardo 59 Screen 95 Sea Ranch, The 75 Serraino, Pierluigi 76 Seventy-nine Short Essays on Design 95 Shallow Water Dictionary 78 Shand-Tucci, Douglas 67 Shanghai Reflections 83 Shaughnessy, Adrian 3, 94 Shea, Andrew 96 Sherman, Roger 79 Shulman, Allan T. 74 Shulman, Julius 75 Siddiqi, Anooradha Iyer 74 Siegal, Jennifer 74 Sign Painters 15 Sites of Impact 91 Skin 95 Skrdla, Harry 88 Skurman, Andrew 31 Small Scale 75 Smeijers, Fred 98, 99 Smith College 68 Smith, G. E. Kidder 75 Smith, Keri 3, 102 Snapshot Chronicles 91 Snow, Julie 60 Soak Wash Rinse Spin 95 Solid States 75 Solomon, Jonathan D. 81, 82, 83, 86 Songel, Juan María 83 Source Book of American Architecture 75 Southam, Jem 89 Southern Comfort 75 Speck 103 Spec, Lawrence W. 68 Spector, Tom 81 Spellman, Catherine 84 Spier, Steven 76 Sprawltown 79 Stahl, Georg 82 Stahl, Julie Muller 93 Stanford University 68 Stang, Alanna 73 Starr, Frederick S. 75 Steele, James 63 Stephenson, David 91 Steps to Water 75 Sternberger, Paul 92 Steven Holl Architects/Simmons Hall 67 Stickwork 3, 91 Stiff, Paul 99

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Stilgoe, John R. 78 Stojmirovic, Zvezdana 97 Stoller, Ezra 66 Storm and the Fall, The 63 Stravitz, David 65 Street Value 80 Strips, Toons, and Bluesie 103 Stroke, The 99 Stuart, James 69 Studio and Cube 52, 83 Subnature 83 Suburbanization of New York, The 80 Suburban Transformations 80 Sugar in the Air 103 Survival City 83 Sustainable Design 65 Sustain and Develop 83 Sutro, Dirk 68 Suzuki, Osamu 71 Swanson, Mary Virginia 3, 91 Swiss Made 76 Sykes, A. Krista 81 Symmes, Marilyn 88 T Tadao Ando 41 Taking Things Seriously 103 Talarico, Lita 100 Tall Building 71 Taylor, Stephen 90 Terragni’s Danteum 66 Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture 83 There’s Nothing Funny About Design 95 Thermally Active Surfaces in Architecture 76 Thinking with Type 3, 97 Think/Make 63 Thomas, George E. 59, 68 Thrown Rope 91 Thwaites, Thomas 2, 103 Tierney, Therese 82 Tilder, Lisa 81 Tilting 76 Times Square Style 103 Timpane, John 76 Tingey, John 101 Toaster Project, The 2, 103 To Each His Home 76 Tolleson Design 95 Tom Kundig 2, 63 Tom Leader Studio 78 Tools of the Imagination 95 Tostrup, Elisabeth 62 Toward a New Interior 83 Toyo Ito 39 Transformer, The 95 Transmaterial 70 True Life 63 Truman, James 98 Tschanz, Martin 76 Tsurumaki, Marc 37 Tsypin, George 93 Tully, Peggy 44 Tuomey, John 62

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Turnbull, Jessie A. 39 Twentieth-Century Pattern Design 100 Typeface 100 Type Now 99 Type Spaces 100 Typographic Systems 97 Typography Papers 6 100 Typography Sketchbooks 100 U Umebayashi, Katsu 59 Umemoto, Nanako 58 Unglaub, Karl 84 University of California, Berkeley 68 University of California, San Diego 68 University of Cincinnati 68 University of Pennsylvania 68 University of Texas at Austin 68 University of Toronto 68 University of Washington 68 Unjustified Texts 100 Up on the Roof 91 Urban Composition 80 Urbanisms 80 Urban Surprises 91 Usonia, New York 76 V Valle, Jared Della 63 Vanderbilt, Tom 83 VanderLans, Rudy 96 Van Duzer, Leslie 66 Van Lengen, Karen 68 van Tries, Jaap 99 Van Valkenburgh, Michael 77 Vassar College 68 Vatican and Saint Peter’s Basilica of Rome, The 69 Venezky, Martin 94 Veresani, Luca 58 Vettese, Maria Alexandra 92 Vickery, Margaret Birney 68 Victore, James 98 Viemeister, Tucker 96 View of Early Typography, A 100 Virilio, Paul 72 Visions of Heaven 91 Visual Complexity 2, 95 Visual Function 96 Visual Grammar 97 VJAA 63 Volume 96 Voulangas, Angela 94

Wayfinding Handbook, The 97 Weekend Utopia 76 Weinstein, Amy 90 Weinthal, Lois 80, 83 Weiss/Manfredi 63 Weiss, Marion 63 Werner, Megan 65 West Point U.S. Military Academy 68 What is a Designer 96 When Brazil Was Modern 77 Whitaker, William 72 Wild, David 72, 88 Willen, Bruce 97 William L. Pereira 63 Williamson, Kate T. 100, 103 Willis, Carol 82 Winter, Steven 74 Wise, Chris 61 Wise, Michael Z. 81 Wittgenstein House, The 66 Wolff, Laetitia 91 Wong, Wendy Siuyi 102 Woodcut 92 Wood, Dan 78 Woods, Lebbeus 62, 63, 85 Woo, Rosten 80 Workbook 76 Wright Sites 77 Writing about Architecture 83 X X-Urbanism 80 Y Yale University 68 Yankee Modern 64 Year in Japan, A 103 Yessios, Chris I. 76 Yglesias, Pablo 101 Yochelson, Bonnie 90 Yoon, J. Meejin 59 Yoos, Jennifer 63 Yoshikawa, Isao 71 You Are Here 103 Young Architects 64 Z Zaha Hadid/BMW Central Building 67 Zobelein, Jennifer 88 ZoomScape 83

W Waldheim, Charles 79 Wallenstein, Sven-Olov 53, 81 Wandering the Garden of Technology and Passion 76 Wark, McKenzie 52, 82 Wasserman, Krystyna 92 Water is Key 91 Watts, Ben 87, 89

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