Bauhaus Taschen

Bauhaus bound: coffee table books that celebrate the school’s centenary

Publishers have spread themselves thin over the Bauhaus centenary – concrete-like, covering new ground. Everyone has found an innovative way to approach the subject, all the while republishing editions with updated introductions. It’s been a big old year for Bauhaus – here are...
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Morse and Stiles Colleges, Yale University, 1958-62, Eero Saarinen, architect. Saarinen is seen here with a large model of the two residential colleges, which he designed to have the rambling plan of an Italian hill town. Yale Manuscripts and Archives. (Excerpted from Living on Campus: An Architectural History of the American Dormitory.) Courtesy University of Minnesota Press

19 New Architecture and Design Books For This Summer

With warmer weather comes a fresh batch of exciting texts on architecture and design, past and present. See our full list here! Zachary Edelson, Samuel Medina, Laurel Rogers, Joseph P. Sgambati III Twice a year, the editors at Metropolis gather the most exciting books in one...
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Sample spread from CHARAS: The Improbable Dome Builders Courtesy Pioneer Works Press/The Song Cave

Spring Books: 19 New Architecture and Design Titles to Read

Spring has sprung, along with a new crop of architecture and design books—here are our top picks from publishers like Phaidon, Lars Müller, Actar, and more. As cold months finally come to a close, we herald springtime renewal with a fresh list of the books we’ve been reading here...
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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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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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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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Best architecture books of 2016 by Rowan Moore of The Guardian

Books about building for peace in times of war are among the standout volumes of the last 12 months Rowan Moore Most of the time the pursuit of architecture is not as serious as its practitioners would like us to think. It can add to or detract from human joy or, by acting as the...
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Top 10 architecture books of 2016

Jessica Mairs A Frank Lloyd Wright monograph disguised as a children’s book and a photo reportage of African modernism shot by Iwan Baan have been chosen as the top 10 books about architecture from 2016.Books in the list drawn up by the organisers of the Frankfurt Boo...
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Modern Luxury Interiors Chicago Fall 2016

Modern Luxury Interiors recognizes NBWW for the Auberge Beach Residences

AUBERGE BEACH RESIDENCES & SPA, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. … ASTOUNDING ABODE! Designed by NBWW
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Architecture Pub Opens Bookstore in Upstate NY

By Judith Rosen On Sunday, July 3, Princeton Architectural Press became the latest small press to open a bookstore when it unveiled Paper + Goods Storefront in Hudson, N.Y. Milkweed Editions will open a store in Minneapolis later this month. Named for PAP’s stationery line,...
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