Book review: Possible Mediums presents a collection of sixteen speculative design mediums.

Possible Mediums Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, Kyle Miller (Editors) Actar, November 2018 Paperback | 7 x 9 inches | 200 pages | English | ISBN: 978-1940291963 | $34.95 Publisher Description: Possible Mediums presents a collection of sixteen speculative design mediums by...
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The Architecture of Trees (Courtesy Princeton Architectural Press)

Peruse our favorite spring 2019 architecture book releases

As the seasons change yet again, The Architect’s Newspaper has put together a roundup of spring architecture books that we’re most excited for. By Jonathan Hilburg As the weather warms and flowers sprout, so too do a new crop of spring releases. A varied bunch of...
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the bauhaus journal documents the iconic movement between 1926–1931

in a recent publication, lars müller revisits the bauhaus journal, that was published between the years of 1926 and 1931. this new facsimile edition collects 14 issues of the journal, printed in exact replica, alongside a commentary booklet providing an english translation and...
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Architectural Guide New York: Critic’s Guide to 100 Iconic Buildings in New York from 1999 to 2020

Vladimir Belogolovsky DOM Publishers, March 2019 Paperback | 5-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches | 256 pages | 270 illustrations | English | ISBN: 978-3869224312 | €38.00 Publisher Description: This architectural guide brings together 100 of the most original structures built in New York City...
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Finding the Artful in Artless Spaces: A Review of Thomas Demand’s ‘The Complete Papers’

By Shane Reiner-Roth Weighing in at over 6 pounds, the breadth of work and reference material makes The Complete Papers, the newest and most comprehensive book from the artist Thomas Demand, an indispensable resource for anyone invested in art, architecture or med...
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Book review: Space, Time and Architecture: The Growth of a New Tradition

Sigfried Giedion Harvard University Press, February 2009 Paperback | 7 x 9-1/2 inches | 960 pages | 550 illustrations | English | ISBN: 978-0674030473 | $53.50 Publisher Description: A milestone in modern thought, Space, Time and Architecture has been reissued many times since...
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Hardcover | 12 x 9 inches | 320 pages | 900+ illustrations | English | ISBN: 978-0500021316 | $50.00

Making Marks: Architects’ Sketchbook – The Creative Process

Will Jones Thames & Hudson, March 2019 Publisher Description: Making Marks follows up on the highly successful Architects’ Sketchbooks, which presented, for the first time, the rich breadth of sketches being created by contemporary architects following the digital revolution....
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25 must-read books about cities written by women

An essential collection of perspectives on urban topics. By Alissa Walker As someone who writes about cities, I end up reading a lot of books about how the places we live have formed, grown, and changed. But it wasn’t until I was four-fifths of the way through a stack on my...
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The front and back covers of Possible Mediums. (Courtesy Actar)

Is the medium the message in post-digital architecture?

Where can architecture go after the digital revolution? In Possible Mediums, four professors examine a moment’s diverse, eclectic experimentation. By Max Kuo Possible Mediums Edited by Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, and Kyle Miller Actar $34.95 MSRP Possible...
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Machine Landscapes: What architecture looks like when nobody’s there

A new book explores the meaning of data centers, robot factories, and a world not built for humans. By Patrick Sisson Machines taking control—and making humanity obsolete—has a long history in pop culture, from Terminator to The Matrix. What happens when that shift applies to...
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