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101 THINGS I LEARNED IN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL
MIT Press, 2007
101 B + W illustrations
This is a book that students of architecture will want to keep in the studio and in their backpacks. It is also a book they may want to keep out of view of their professors, for it expresses in clear and simple language things that tend to be murky and abstruse in the classroom.
2G 75: AMUNT
Christian Holl, Moritz Küng (contributors)
Walther König, 2017
Full colour with line drawings
3+2: DURBACH BLOCK JAGGERS
Andrew McKenzie (ed)
URO Publications, 2016
130pp + 160pp pages
3+2 is a 'double album': two books in one sleeve.
50 URBAN BLOCKS
Loose Sheets Unbound
This set of cards contains 50 examples of how to design an urban block.
70/80/90 ICONIC AUSTRALIAN HOUSES: THREE DECADES OF DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE
Murdoch Books, 2011
Fully Illustrated, colour
A BEAUTIFUL MESS. CELEBRATING THE NEW EXLECTICISM
Full colour images
A far cry from the calm simplicity of Scandinavian interiors or bare-room minimalism, now there is a bold alternative: individuality is the key word, and "more is more" the motto.
A GENEALOGY OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE
Lars Muller, 2015
A Genealogy of Modern Architecture is a reference work on modern architecture by Kenneth Frampton, one of today's leading architectural theorists and professor for architecture at Columbia University in New York.
A JAPANESE CONSTELLATION: TOYO ITO, SEJIMA, SANAA, NISHIZAWA, FUJIMOTO, HIRATA, SHIGAMI
Pedro Gadanho, Pheobe Spingstubb
Published in conjunction with an exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, "A Japanese Constellation" focuses on the work of a small group of architects and designers influenced by and gravitating around the architect Toyo Ito and the architectural firm SANAA.