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116 Best Architecture Books for Architects and Students

Architecture, while a profession that is very visibly and tangibly realized, has deep wells of research, thought, and theory that are unseen on the surface of a structure. What urges architects to design the way they do? What are their motivations, their affiliations, their...
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Here are our top 2018 summer architecture reads (Jeff Nafura/Unsplash & Sandis Helvigs/Unsplash)

Here are our top 2018 summer architecture reads

With Memorial Day approaching, summer is right around the corner. Kick back with some of the books on this list of hot new architecture, design, and urbanism reads. As we turn the corner into summer, it’s time to kick back and dive into a book, whether you’re at the beach, drink...
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MIT Press to Make Landmark Architecture Books Freely Accessible Online

The MIT Press is set to make at least 25 landmark out-of-date architecture books freely accessible, including works about Frank Lloyd Wright and Alberti. by Niall Patrick Walsh If you don’t have access to an architecture library (and even if you do), sifting through shelves...
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Books: The Best Architectural Drawings from the Albertina Museum

The Vienna-based museum has published a book and mounted an exhibition featuring the most compelling images from its celebrated archives. By Eric Wills From Leonardo da Vinci to Zaha Hadid, and Michelangelo to Frank Lloyd Wright, the more than 40,000 architectural drawings at the...
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Book clinic: recommended reads on architecture

by Rowan Moore In the second of a new series in which we answer your book queries, our expert suggests architecture books for beginners Rowan Moore, architecture critic of the Observer First off, I’d say Experiencing Architecture, a 55-year-old book by a Danish architect called...
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The 17 best kids’ books about design and cities

The top picture books from 2017 By Megan Barber The perfect children’s book both captivates the young reader and provides enough substance to keep parents from tearing their hair out at bedtime. We combed through this year’s fresh crop of picture books focused on cities,...
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Phaidon giveaway

Phaidon’s Festive Giveaway could have you win $250 of Architecture Books!

CHECK IT OUT — Sign up for the free giveaway at Phaidon HERE: http://a.pgtb.me/VjzkMt/nh4VH?w=63156170&e=177163301
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101 books about where and how we live

Recommended reading from urban experts and Curbed contributors by Alissa Walker, Patrick Sisson, and Sara Polsky Illustrations by Paige Vickers Perhaps more than at any other time in American history, where we live determines much about what we know. As people who write about...
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A Brief Climate Change Reading List | Architect Magazine

Six books that present the truths and consequences of our global addiction to fossil fuels. By Ned Cramer The fossil fuel industry and its allies have fueled a massive disinformation campaign on the subject of climate change. If you’re looking for honest reporting and informed...
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Storefront for Art and Architecture asks: What are the architecture books yet to be written?

By Jackson Rollings On Saturday, September 23, Storefront for Art and Architecture will launch the New York Architecture Book Fair with a day-long conference, Architecture Books / Yet to be Written / 1982-2017-2052. The event will ask architects to think about the past and future...
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