SELECT NEW TITLES ARCHITECTURE
Subjects in the Modern City
Edited by Vittoria Di Palma, Columbia University Diana Peritorn, Macintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow Marina Lathouri, Architectural Assoc. School of Architecture Intimate Metropolis: Subjects in the Modern City is a paperback handbook for students. Rather than focusing purely on the architectural merit of public spaces, i.e. streets, gardens, buildings, etc., this book engages both the urban and the domestic, aiming to establish the effect of modern architecture on the individual’s sense of self. Intimate Metropolis examines this phenomenon in modern cities across the world, from Amsterdam to Barcelona and Chicago to London. Providing authoratative new perspectives on individual citizenship as it relates to both public and private space, in-depth case studies of major cities, and written by an international set of contributors, this volume is key reading for all students of architecture. 15 October 2010 278 £31.99 Paperback 9780415415071 www.routledge.com/9780415415071
Le Corbusier and Britain An Anthology
Edited by Irena Murray, RIBA Julian Osley, British Architectural Library Introduction by Alan Powers
Le Corbusier and Britain explores the legacy of the architect widely acclaimed as the most influential in the 20th century, and his impact on British post-war architecture. Although Le Corbusier famously never designed any buildings in Britain, some of the most celebrated and derided buildings of the last century are attributed to his influence With contributions by prominent architects, academics and critics, and 150 illustrations accompanied by writings and drawings by Le Corbusier himself, Le Corbusier and Britain is an exploration into the root of modern architecture, pioneered by the Swiss-French architect. Featuring the most comprehensive bibliography of British writings by and about Le Corbusier ever published, this book is a fundamental contribution to the study of architecture, appealing to practitioners as well as students. 15 October 2010 360 pp £34.99 Paperback 9780415479943 www.routledge.com/9780415479943
Rem Koolhaas / OMA Essays in Architecture
Written by Roberto Gargiani, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne In this essential book of modern architecture, Roberto Gargiani looks at Rem Koolhaas of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture. With a historical review of the prominent architect’s movement from neo-avant-garde era in the Architectural Association’s School of Architecture in London to the post-modern movement in New York. The book includes a theoretical exploration of the logic of design, including influence from the clients, institutions and the aspirations of Rem Koolhaas. Appropriate for any architect, including interior, landscape and catwalk designers, this book features thoroughly analysed blueprints and an extensive bibliography suitable for students as well as professionals.
The Management Dimension
Edited by Matthew Carmona, UCL Bartlett Claudio de Magalhaes, UCL Bartlet Leo Hammond, UCL Bartlett Public Space: The Management Dimension is a five year study on the different applications of urbanisation planning of public spaces. The research is an answer to the resentment of poor urban treatment governmental bodies have adopted by presenting both national and international solutions to problems such as excessive traffic and population density. The title also focuses on three large casestudies to highlight and debate the theoretical, historical and the natural patterns some spaces adopted without organised urbanisation. The title is an enlightening contribution to the importance of well designed urban planning for both professionals and academics. 1 October 2010 360 pp £95.00 Hardback 9780415391085 www.routledge.com/9780415391085
1 October 2010 352 pp £45.00 Paperback 9780415461450
CONTACT US – for further information. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
eBooks: www.ebookstore.tandf.co.uk eUpdates: www.tandf.co.uk/eupdates
Published on May 2, 2010
sales blad for routledge architecture sales conference presentation, city university london, ma publishing 2010, presentation at random hous...