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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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Fallingwater as a 3D paper miniature. Via ArchDaily

New book lets you fold paper models of Frank Lloyd Wright masterpieces – Curbed

Fold your way through the architect’s iconic works by Barbara Eldredge Frank Lloyd Wright, America’s most famous architect, would have turned 150 this year, and some of us just can’t get enough. While few have the means to build full-scale replicas of Fallingwater or the...
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How to Reinvent Historic Preservation | Architect Magazine

A movement that began in earnest when Penn Station was demolished more than 50 years ago can still be a force for good, but not without a change in its mission. By AMANDA KOLSON HURLEY My first job out of graduate school was an internship at Preservation, the magazine of the...
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The best architecture and design books of 2016 – Curbed

Calling all design-loving bookworms BY SELINA CHEAH, JESSICA DAILEY, AND ASAD SYRKETT ‘Tis the season for curling up by a roaring fire (or a ten-hour video of a burning Yule log on Netflix, which is a thing). What better hearthside accessory than a good book? We’ve rounded up 17...
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101 books about where and how we live – Curbed

Recommended reading from urban experts and Curbed contributors BY ALISSA WALKER, PATRICK SISSON, AND SARA POLSKY  ILLUSTRATIONS BY PAIGE VICKERS This year’s election made clear that, perhaps more than at any other time in American history, where we live determines much about what...
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101 books about where and how we live – Curbed

Recommended reading from urban experts and Curbed contributors by Alissa Walker, Patrick Sisson, and Sara Polsky Nov 23, 2016, 12:43pm EST Illustrations by Paige Vickers This year’s election made clear that, perhaps more than at any other time in American history, where we live...
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Le Corbusier’s Cité Radieuse apartments in Marseille, France. Credit Agnes Dherbeys for The New York Times

Le Corbusier’s Architecture and His Politics Are Revisited – NY Times

Three new books and an exhibition at the Pompidou Center about Le Corbusier put new focus on his work and politics. By RACHEL DONADIO PARIS — Was the paradigm-changing architect known as Le Corbusier a fascist-leaning ideologue whose plans for garden cities were inspired by...
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