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A Graphic Biography

Uma Biiografia Gráfica

São Paulo A Graphic Biography by Felipe Correa

This extensively illustrated, bilingual English-Portuguese volume traces the physical development of Brazil’s largest city and presents a blueprint for transforming its aging industrial areas into mixed-use affordable housing districts. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 8 9¼ x 11 5/8 inches, 348 pages, 420 color and b&w illustrations ISBN 978-1-4773-1627-6 $65.00* | £50.00 | C$97.50

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“This is a strong book. It presents an innovative retelling of urban planning in Argentina and Brazil through the lens of eugenics, an approach no other monograph that I know of has taken. The book certainly will have an interdisciplinary appeal, and those interested in the built environment, architecture, public health, and literature in Latin America will be particularly drawn to this text.” —Sophia Beal University of Minnesota, author of Brazil under Construction: Fiction and Public Works

Eugenics in the Garden Transatlantic Architecture and the Crafting of Modernity b y Fa b i o l a L ó p e z - D u r á n re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 8 7 x 10 inches, 312 pages, 132 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1496-8 $29.95* | £24.99 | C$44.95

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Announcing a New Series

Lateral Exchanges Architecture, Urban Development, and Transnational Practices F e l i p e C o r r e a a n d B r u n o C a r va l h o , S e r i e s Ed i t o r s Lateral Exchanges is devoted to architecture and urbanism in the context of international development and globalization. Publishing research on historical and contemporary issues in design and the built environment, unrestricted by geographic focus, the series will cover several interrelated fields, including architecture, environmental humanities, history, landscape architecture, media and visual studies, planning, and urban studies. Above all, the series will investigate the role of architects and architecture in historical and international development; the circulation of architectural and urban-planning models; and the ways that the concepts and techniques of architecture and planning have instigated cultural and intellectual exchanges beyond disciplinary boundaries and in the context of persistent global asymmetries. In these and other ways, Lateral Exchanges will examine the rich intellectual, social, and technical contributions that architects and architecture have made to an increasingly globalized world.

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Winner—2019 J. B. Jackson Book Prize, Foundation for Landscape Studies “At the center of Catherine Seavitt Nordenson’s masterly volume is Roberto Burle Marx: a visionary proselytizer for modernism, environmentalism, landscape design, and a Brazilian national aesthetic ethos. Equal parts history, sourcebook, and monograph, Depositions reveals how great and enduring art and ideas can find their way to the fore even during oppressive political regimes.”

Depositions Roberto Burle Marx and Public Landscapes under Dictatorship

— Ad a m W e i n b e r g Alice Pratt Brown Director,

by C at h e r i n e S e av i t t N o r d e n s o n

Whitney Museum of American Art

re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 8 7 x 10 inches, 336 pages, 187 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1573-6 $45.00* | £37.00 | C$67.50

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Roberto Burle Marx at the Sítio Santo Antônio da Bica, Barra de Guaratiba, ca. 1970

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“A thorough and indepth investigation of Bogotá’s much-praised urban transformation throughout the last twenty-five years. By recounting the successes and challenges of two key mayoral administrations in Bogotá—Antanas Mockus and Enrique Peñalosa—Berney makes a profound argument about the power of investment in public space and its significant transformative potential in the contemporary city.” —Felipe Correa Harvard University, author of Beyond the City: Resource Extraction Urbanism in South America

Learning from Bogotá Pedagogical Urbanism and the Reshaping of Public Space by Rachel Berney re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 6 7 x 10 inches, 190 pages, 62 b&w photos, 3 illustrations, 15 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-1104-2 $40.00* | £30.99 | C$60.00

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At Home with the Sapa Inka Architecture, Space, and Legacy at Chinchero b y S t e ll a N a i r

This major architectural survey and analysis of the Inca royal estate at Chinchero significantly increases our understanding of how the Inca conceived, constructed, and gave meaning to their built environment. r e l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 5 8âˆ? x 11 inches, 304 pages, 25 color and 97 b&w photos, 5 illustrations, 33 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-0250-7 $45.00* | ÂŁ28.99 | C$56.50

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Modern Architecture in Latin America Art, Technology, and Utopia By Luis E. Carranza and Fernando Luiz Lara Fo r e w o r d b y Jo r g e Fr an c is c o Lier n u r

Designed as a survey and focused on key examples and movements arranged chronologically from 1903 to 2003, this is the first comprehensive history of modern architecture in Latin America in any language. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 4 8½ x 11 inches, 424 pages, 168 color and 75 b&w photos, 65 illustrations ISBN 978-0-292-76297-8 $45.00* | £29.00 | C$56.50

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Beyond the City Resource Extraction Urbanism in South America by Felipe Correa r e l e a se d ate | 2016 7 x 10 inches, 178 pages, 49 b&w photos, 64 illustrations ISBN 978-1-4773-0941-4 $40.00* | £27.99 | C$55.95

“[Correa’s] work describes a series of ex novo urban and regional projects in South America sited and designed to facilitate the mining or harvesting of natural resources. This arresting group of incarnated dreams offers a vivid alternative—or critically supplementary—history of the modern city, embodying an aspirational possibility in which both creating an urban design and realizing it can be imaginative and literal all at once. . . . The author’s evocation of the urban and the territorial is acute and revelatory, a nuanced analysis of the interaction of formal ideals and the aggressive extraction of the earth’s resources.” — A r c h i t e c t u ra l R e c o r d

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“An important survey of the Mexican architecture of the region and a good resource to understand the various historical, stylistic, and formal developments that characterize its diverse architectural production during a vast historical period.” —Choice

The Architecture and Cities of Northern Mexico from Independence to the Present b y Edw a r d R . Bu r i a n r ele as e dat e | 2 0 1 5 8∏ x 11 inches, 350 pages, 30 color and 513 b&w photos, 5 drawings, and 28 maps ISBN 978-0-292-77190-1 $65.00* | £50.00 | C$97.50

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Ancient Origins of the Mexican Plaza From Primordial Sea to Public Space by Lo ga n W ag n e r , H a l B ox , a n d Su s a n K l i n e M o r e h e a d

Extensively illustrated with detailed site plans and photographs, this architectural history of the Mexican plaza reveals why this central public space has been the heart of the community from ancient Mesoamerican times until the present. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 2 8âˆ? x 11 inches, 273 pages, 332 color and b&w illustrations ISBN 978-0-292-71916-3 $65.00* | ÂŁ50.00 | C$97.50

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MAKING PLANS

HOW TO ENGAGE WITH LANDSCAPE, DESIGN, AND THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT

frederick r. steiner

Design for a Vulnerable Planet by F r e d e r i c k S t e i n e r

Spotlighting innovative design projects in places ranging from Texas to Italy and China, this book sounds a call for architects, designers, and regional planners to create a built environment that works on a regional scale in harmony with the planet’s ecology. ISBN 978-0-292-72385-6

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Making Plans How to Engage with Landscape, Design, and the Urban Environment By Frederick R. Steiner

This frank, first-person account of developing plans for the city of Austin and the University of Texas campus offers a practical primer on community and regional planning by one of the leading experts in the field. re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 8 6½ x 9 inches, 208 pages, 12 color and 1 b&w photos, 4 illustrations, 18 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-1431-9 $27.95* | £22.99 | C$41.95

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“This brilliant and provocative book offers both a deeply satisfying comparative history of early Baltimore and San Francisco and a model for reimagining the long sweep of US history.” — Al i s o n I s e n b e r g Princeton University, author of Designing San Francisco: Art, Land, and Urban Renewal in the City by the Bay

Taking the Land to Make the City A Bicoastal History of North America b y M a r y P. R y a n r e l e a se d ate | 2019 6 x 9 inches, 448 pages, 16 color and 60 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1783-9 $40.00* | £32.00 | C$60.00

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Border Land, Border Water A History of Construction on the US-Mexico Divide B y C . J . Al v a r e z

A 150-year history of the border region between the United States and Mexico, told through the fences and barriers, the river engineering projects, and the surveillance infrastructure that have reshaped the natural landscape. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 9 6 x 9 inches, 304 pages, 32 b&w photos, 2 illustrations, 21 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-1900-0 $45.00* | ÂŁ37.00 | C$67.50

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Power Moves Transportation, Politics, and Development in Houston B y Ky l e S h e lt o n r e l e a se d ate | 2017 6 x 9 inches, 312 pages, 25 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1465-4 $29.95* | £25.99 | C$44.95

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“Highways remade the landscape of Houston and most other American cities after World War II. In this marvelous book, Kyle Shelton shows how they also remade urban citizenship and public culture in Houston’s inner city and suburbs alike. Power Moves is as important as it is timely.” Pierce Elevated under construction through downtown Houston, Jack Lewis (Dec. 3, 1964). Courtesy of the Texas Department of Transportation.

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—Andrew Needham author of Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest

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“Darius Sollohub has rendered an invaluable service with this book by helping the architectural community understand Millennials, who reach a milestone in 2019 as the largest generation in the United States. He explains the demographic research in clear and relevant ways, and he lays out the challenges and opportunities that Millennials present as architectural students, colleagues, and clients. Anyone who cares about the future of architectural education and practice should read this book.” —Thomas Fisher University of Minnesota, author of Designing Our Way to a Better World

Millennials in Architecture Generations, Disruption, and the Legacy of a Profession B y D a r i u s S o ll o h u b re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 9 6 x 9 inches, 336 pages, 4 b&w illustrations ISBN 978-1-4773-1894-2 $29.95* | £22.99 | C$44.95

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The American Idea of Home Conversations about Architecture and Design By Bernard Friedman Fo r e w o r d b y M egha n Dau m

Wide-ranging interviews with leading architectural thinkers, including Thom Mayne, Richard Meier, Robert Venturi, Paul Goldberger, Robert Ivy, Denise Scott Brown, Kenneth Frampton, and Robert A. M. Stern, spotlight some of the most significant issues in architecture today. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 7 7 x 10 inches, 245 pages, 32 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1286-5 $27.95 | ÂŁ22.99 | C$41.95

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Lake | Flato Houses Embracing the Landscape b y L a k e | Fl a t o a r c h i t e c t s I n t r o du c t i o n b y G u y Ma rt in S e c t i o n i n t r o du c t i o n s b y Fr eder ic k St einer

This lavishly illustrated book presents an extensive selection of landmark homes built since 1999 by the San Antonio firm Lake|Flato Architects, an award-winning leader in sustainable architecture that merges with the landscape. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 4 10 x 81/2 inches, 310 pages, 260 color and 5 b&w photos, 38 drawings ISBN 978-0-292-75845-2 $45.00 | ÂŁ28.99 | C$56.50

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Millard Sheets Studio with sculptures by John Edward Svenson, Anaheim branch, completed 1970

Banking on Beauty Millard Sheets and Midcentury Commercial Architecture in California B y Ad a m A r e n s o n

Expansively researched and illustrated, this lively history recounts how the extraordinary partnership of financier Howard Ahmanson and artist Millard Sheets produced outstanding mid-century modern architecture and art for Home Savings and Loan.

BANKING ON BEAUTY

Millard Sheets and Midcentury Commercial Architecture in California

ADAM ARENSON

r e l e a se d ate | 2018 8 x 10 inches, 368 pages, 157 color and 24 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1529-3 $45.00* | ÂŁ37.00 | C$67.50

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David Dillon at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Photograph by Tadd Myers.

The Open-Ended City David Dillon on Texas Architecture Ed i t e d b y K a t h r y n E . H o ll i d a y

This collection gathers key writings by the nationally acclaimed architecture critic of the Dallas Morning News, whose perceptive commentary received awards from the Associated Press, the Dallas Press Club, and the Texas Society of Architects. re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 9 6 x 9 inches, 448 pages, 62 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-1761-7 $29.95* | ÂŁ22.99 | C$44.95

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The Student Union at Trinity University, San Antonio, one of the first lift-slab buildings, is in middle ground to the right. Murchison Tower stands in the distance. Photographed c. 1967

O’Neil Ford on Architecture Ed i t e d b y K a t h r y n E . O ’ R o u r k e

This collection of writings and speeches by Texas’s most renowned architect positions him among the leading midcentury modernist architects, including William Wurster, Louis Kahn, and I. M. Pei, who were his collaborators and intellectual peers. r e l e a se d ate | 2019 5∏ x 8∏ inches, 280 pages, 15 b&w photos, 4 illustrations ISBN 978-1-4773-1638-2 $29.95* | £22.99 | C$44.95

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n e w i n pa p e r b a c k “This is the most sophisticated and compelling urban history set in Texas, and an excellent contribution to the growing body of literature that traces the sometimes-bloody meeting of Anglo and Mexican cultures along the borderlands. . . . A meticulously researched, gracefully written work of considerable originality and importance.” —Benjamin Johnson Author of Revolution in Texas: How a Forgotten Rebellion and Its Bloody Suppression Turned Mexicans into Americans and Bordertown: The Odyssey of an American Place

Where Texas Meets the Sea Corpus Christi and Its History B y Al a n L e s s o f f r ele as e dat e | 2 0 1 9 6 x 9 inches, 368 pages ISBN 978-1-4773-1224-7 $24.95 | £18.99 | C$37.50

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n e w i n pa p e r b a c k “Marfa is an engrossing weave of cultural geography and aesthetics in an arid landscape made hip, a compelling story about a special, fraught, and privileged place.” — C h a r M i ll e r Author of Deep in the Heart of San Antonio: Land and Life in South Texas

Marfa The Transformation of a West Texas Town By Kat h l e e n S h a f e r r e l e a se d ate | 2019 5∏ x 8∏ inches, 208 pages ISBN 978-1-4773-1831-7

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Sanctioning Modernism Architecture and the Making of Postwar Identities Ed i t ed by Vl a d imir Kul i cĚ , T im o t h y Pa r ker, a nd M o ni ca Peni ck f o r ew o r d b y Fr eder ic k St ein er

With new research on building programs in political, religious, and domestic settings in the United States and Europe, this collection of essays offers a fresh look at postwar modernism and the role that architecture played in constructing modern identities. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 4 7 x 10 inches, 304 pages, 55 b&w photos, 35 illustrations ISBN 978-1-4773-0759-5 $39.95* | ÂŁ32.00 | C$59.95

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Violent Acts and Urban Space in Contemporary Tel Aviv Revisioning Moments by Tali Hat uka foreword by diane e. davis

The Design of Protest Choreographing Political Demonstrations in Public Space

An examination of the effects of violence on an urban center and how it shapes both the physical and cultural landscape of a city. ISBN 978-0-292-72882-0

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Presenting case studies from around the world, this book offers the first extensive discussion of the act of protest as a designed event that uses public space to challenge the distance between institutional power and everyday life. r e l e a se d ate | 2018 7 x 10 inches, 352 pages, 112 b&w photos, 3 illustrations, 3 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-1576-7 $55.00* | ÂŁ45.00 | C$82.50

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Urbanism and Empire in Roman Sicily By Laura Pfuntner

Examining patterns of urban settlement and abandonment across several centuries, this book offers the first comprehensive overview of Sicily’s strategic importance to ancient Rome and broader Mediterranean-wide networks. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 8 6 x 9 inches, 320 pages, 16 b&w photos, 2 maps, 18 b&w illustrations ISBN 978-1-4773-1722-8 $55.00* | £42.00 | C$82.50

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About Antiquities Politics of Archaeology in the Ottoman Empire By Ze ynep Çelik

Masterfully examining the competing claims and aspirations of museums, government officials, archaeologists, and excavation laborers, this book sheds new light on the role of archaeology in empire-building around the turn of the twentieth century. re l e a se d ate | 2 0 1 6 6 x 9 inches, 282 pages, 12 color and 89 b&w photos, 6 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-1061-8 $27.95* | ÂŁ20.99 | C$41.95

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Arch of Septimius Severus in the Roman Forum. Photo by Scala/Art Resource, New York.

The Restoration of the Roman Forum in Late Antiquity Transforming Public Space By Gregor Kalas

The first comprehensive examination of the Roman Forum in late antiquity, this book explores the cultural significance of restoring monuments and statues in the city’s preeminent public space, demonstrating shifts in patronage, political power, historical associations, and aesthetics. re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 4 8½ x 11 inches, 246 pages, 69 b&w photos, 21 illustrations, 10 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-0993-3 $32.95* | £24.99 | C$44.50

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Round temple by the Tiber, second half of the second century

Monumentality in Etruscan and Early Roman Architecture Ideology and Innovation Ed i t e d b y M i c h a e l L . T h o m a s a n d Gretchen E. Meyers A f te rwo rd b y I n g r i d E .  M . E dlu n d - B e rr y

Experts explore what factors drove the emergence of scale as a defining element in ancient Italian architecture, and how these factors influenced the origins and development of Etruscan and early Roman monumental designs. r e l e a se d ate | 2012 7 x 10 inches, 200 pages, 25 b&w photos, 32 drawings, 1 map ISBN 978-0-292-75681-6 $28.95* | ÂŁ26.00 | C$43.50

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