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A Guide to Archigram 1961-74

In the decade of the Beatles and the moon landing, cybernetics and megacities, an ambitious group of young British archi ...

Manual of Section

Along with plan and elevation, section is one of the essential representational techniques of architectural design; amon ...

More Mobile

Portable Architecture for Today

The allure of mobile, portable architecture is worldwide and centuries old. From the desert tents of the Bedouin to the ...

Workbook

The Official Catalog for Workshopping: An American Model for Architectural Practice

The work shown at the U.S. Pavilion at the 2010 Venice Biennale is vital and proactive, suggesting solutions, describing ...

The Brownstone

Living in harmony with your neighbor isn't always easy, but it's doubly difficult if you're a bear living in a New York ...

Architectural Regionalism

Collected Writings on Place, Identity, Modernity, and Tradition

In this rapidly globalizing world, any investigation of architecture inevitably leads to considerations of regionalism. ...

Pamphlet Architecture 33

Islands and Atolls

The competition for Pamphlet Architecture 33 asked previous authors in the series to nominate the architects and theoris ...

Dartmouth College

The Campus Guide

Organized as a series of walks through the distinct neighborhoods of Dartmouth College and parts of the surrounding town ...

Design/Build with Jersey Devil

A Handbook for Education and Practice

Steve Badanes, Jim Adamson, and John Ringel believe an architect's job does not stop at designing a building, but that i ...

Constructing a New Agenda for Architecture

Architectural Theory 1993-2009

This follow-up to Kate Nesbitt's best-selling anthology Theorizing a New Agenda collects twenty-eight essays that addres ...

The Architecture of Diplomacy

Building America's Embassies, Revised Second Edition

This acclaimed history of America's overseas embassy-building program is now available in paperback in a revised and exp ...

Usonia, New York

Building a Community with Frank Lloyd Wright

Usonia, New York is the story of a group of idealistic men and women who, following WWII, enlisted Frank Lloyd Wright to ...

Young Architects 7

Situating

Architecture has become an increasingly multidisciplinary profession, where concepts, techniques, and materials are read ...

University of Virginia Campus Guide, second edition

President Thomas Jefferson felt that the founding and design of the University of Virginia in 1819 was his most lasting ...

Cold War Hothouses

Inventing Postwar Culture, from Cockpit to Playboy

The technological innovation and unprecedented physical growth of the cold war era permeated American life in every aspe ...

New Public Works

Architecture, Planning, and Politics

Between 1999 and 2002 the National Endowment for the Arts's New Public Works program sponsored design competitions in ci ...

The Antiquities of Athens

Measured and Delineated by James Stuart and Nicholas Revett, Painters and Architects

James "Athenian" Stuart and Nicholas Revett's monumental Antiquities of Athens was the first accurate survey of ancient ...

Thirty Years of Emerging Voices

Form, Idea, Resonance

The prestigious Emerging Voices award was created in 1982 by The Architectural League of New York to showcase the work o ...

Duke University

The Campus Guide

The unique settings and circumstances of American college campuses have given rise to some of the richest and most innov ...

Twenty Over Eighty

Conversations with Legends of Architecture and Design

Twenty Over Eighty features profiles and interviews with twenty creative professionals over the age of eighty who have d ...

Tilting

House Launching, Slide Hauling, Potato Trenching, and other Tales from a Newfoundland Fishing Village

There is an almost elemental appeal in the rural fishing villages of Nova Scotia, Maine, and Newfoundland. Their intimat ...

The Business of Creativity

How to Build the Right Team for Success

Long known as the go-to management consultant of the design world, Keith Granet reveals more of his clear-eyed insights ...

University of Chicago

The Campus Guide

The newest title in the Princeton Architectural Press Campus Guide series takes readers on a tour of the University of C ...

Labyrinths & Mazes

A Journey Through Art, Architecture, and Landscape

The labyrinth is one of the world's oldest symbols, and its meaning is often shrouded in myth and mystery or ties to rel ...

Young Architects 11

Foresight

Foresight is the eleventh in an annual series of publications that features the best young practicing architects as sele ...

The Senses

Design Beyond Vision

A powerful reminder to anyone who thinks design is primarily a visual pursuit, The Senses accompanies a major exhibition ...

William L. Pereira

William Pereira helped define emerging social values: he designed every building type imaginable, from houses to hospita ...

The Le Corbusier Guide

3rd edition

"This is the kind of book I have been waiting for, I think, for the better part of my life. Nothing is more frustrating ...

Philosophy for Architects

Philosophy for Architects is an engaging and easy-to-grasp introduction to philosophical questions of interest to studen ...

The Ethical Architect

The Dilemma of Contemporary Practice

Many believe that the moral mission of architecture has been in serious decline for the last 25 years. In this important ...

Tom Kundig

Houses 2

Our 2006 monograph Tom Kundig: Houses was an instant critical and commercial success. Over the past five years, Seattle- ...

Grant Jones/Jones & Jones

ILARIS: The Puget Sound Plan Source Books in Landscape Architecture 4

Grant Jones, founding principal of the noted landscape architecture firm Jones & Jones, has practiced ecological design ...

Le Corbusier Redrawn

The Houses

Le Corbusier (1887-1965) was the most significant architect of the twentieth century. Every architecture student examine ...

Archigram

In late 1960, in various flats in Hampstead, a loose group of people started to meet: to criticize projects, to concoct ...

Project of Autonomy

Politics and Architecture Within and Against Capitalism

The Project of Autonomy radically rediscusses the concept of autonomy in politics and architecture by tracing a concise ...

Young Architects 8

Instability

Instability is the eighth in an annual series of publications that feature the best young architects as selected by the ...

The Greenest Home

Superinsulated and Passive House Design

Passive is the new green. Passive Houses, well insulated, virtually airtight buildings, can decrease home heating consum ...

Eero Saarinen

An Architecture of Multiplicity

Eero Saarinen was one of the great masters of American twentieth-century architecture, and the only whose career and wor ...

Manhattan Classic

New York's Finest Prewar Apartments

The Dakota. The Apthorp. The San Remo. The names of these legendary New York apartment buildings evoke images of marble- ...

Young Architects 9

Proof

Proof is the ninth in an annual series of publications that features the best young practicing architects as selected by ...

Beach Houses

Andrew Geller

The Bra. The Box Kite. The Cat. The Milk Carton. The Reclining Picasso. These are the playful names given to the eccentr ...

Devil's Workshop

25 Years of Jersey Devil Architecture

"Jersey Devil is by turns artful, relaxed, whimsical and serious, classical and out to lunch. They put the funk back in ...

Who Built That? Skyscrapers

Nothing in the built world captures the imagination like the skyscraper. Behind every soaring tower stands a designer wi ...

50 Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International

From antiglobalist activists and corporate adbusters to online hackers and guerilla street artists, the influence of the ...

Brodsky & Utkin

From 1978 to 1993, the renowned Soviet "paper architects" Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin created an incredible collect ...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Martin House

Architecture as Portraiture

The Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York, is one of Frank Lloyd Wright's earliest and most important masterpieces ...

Public Natures

Evolutionary Infrastructure

As elements of the built landscape, works of infrastructure are a means rather than an end. Our cities' rail lines, brid ...

Building Envelopes

An Integrated Approach

Few parts of a building work harder than its envelope (also known as its facade). The envelope is the part of the buildi ...

Scaling Infrastructure

Scaling Infrastructure presents the proceedings of the second and nal conference of MIT's Center for Advanced Urbanism ...

University of Washington

The Campus Guide

Beautifully photographed in full color, the Campus Guide presents architectural walks at one of America's finest campuse ...

A-frame

"A" was the architectural letterform of leisure building in postwar America. Eager to stake out mountain and lakeside re ...

Model Making

The ancient craft of architectural model making may seem unnecessary in today's age of digital renderings and virtual to ...

Patkau Architects

Material Operations

Patkau Architects is known for creating innovative, sculptural buildings that convey artistic expression through the pur ...

The Green House

New Directions in Sustainable Architecture

From the arid deserts of Tucson, Arizona to the icy forests of Poori, Finland to the tropical beaches of New South Wales ...

Plan of Chicago

This meticulous reprint of the Plan of Chicago reproduces all 142 plates from the original, 48 of which are in color. It ...

Above the Pavement--the Farm!

Architecture & Agriculture at PF1

Forty years after French protestors took to the streets with the rallying cry Sous les pav's, la plage! (Beneath the pav ...

Pamphlet Architecture 36

Buoyant Clarity

This newest addition to the Pamphlet Architecture series, long admired for its willingness to propose architectural solu ...

Manual

The Architecture of KieranTimberlake

This ground-breaking monograph is now back in print. Manual was one of the first monographs to focus on the process and ...

The Concrete Dragon

China's Urban Revolution and What it Means for the World

China is the most rapidly urbanizing nation in the world, with an urban population that may well reach one billion withi ...

Le Corbusier Modulor Rule

An Innovative Tape Measure from the Master of Modern Architecture

We picture the buildings of the high priest of modern architecture, Le Corbusier, as exemplars of crisp geometric forms ...

The Baltimore Rowhouse

Perhaps no other American city is so defined by an indigenous architectural style as Baltimore is by the rowhouse, whose ...

Revolution of Forms, updated edition

Cuba's Forgotten Art Schools

Prior to the publication of Revolution of Forms in 1999, few were aware that the most outstanding architectural achievem ...

Paul Rudolph: The Florida Houses

Paul Rudolph, one of the 20th century's most iconoclastic architects, is best known--and most maligned--for his large "b ...

Rogers Marvel Architects

New York City-based Rogers Marvel Architects has garnered high praise for its distinctive blend of elegance, technical m ...

Pamphlet Architecture 21: Situation Normal

In this volume of the award-winning "Pamphlet Architecture" series, the authors examine common architectural forms (chai ...

Old Buildings, New Designs

Architectural Transformations

Increasingly, architects are hired to design new work for existing structures. Whether for reasons of preservation, sust ...

House

Black Swan Theory

In 1989, Princeton Architectural Press published Anchoring, the first book on the work of the then up-and-coming archite ...

Writing about Architecture

Mastering the Language of Buildings and Cities

Extraordinary architecture addresses so much more than mere practical considerations. It inspires and provokes while cre ...

University of California Berkeley

The Campus Guide

The first of the University of California schools, the Berkeley campus opened in 1873. The 1903 Beaux-Arts master plan b ...

Yale University Campus Guide, second edition

Yale University has one of America's most revered campuses, featuring more than three centuries of historic architecture ...

James Carpenter

Environmental Refractions

James Carpenter is an artist and sculptor whose work focuses on developing new glass and material technologies. His inte ...

Brown University

The Campus Guide

Founded in 1764 as the College of Rhode Island in the town of Warren, Brown University was the seventh in a series of Co ...

Form Follows Finance

Skyscrapers and Skylines in New York and Chicago

Although fundamental factors of program, technology, and economics make tall buildings everywhere take similar forms, sk ...

Buckminster Fuller

World Man

Buckminster Fuller (1895--1983) was one of the most innovative and influential thinkers of the twentieth century. Best k ...

Pamphlet Architecture 28: Augmented Landscapes

In 1977 Steven Holl and William Stout created a grittier alternative to mainstream architectural publishing called Pamph ...

50 Years of Recuperation of the Situationist International PB

From Occupy Wall Street activists and corporate adbusters to online hackers and guerilla street artists, the influence o ...

Italian Architecture of the 16th Century

Italian Architecture of the 16th Century is the last published work of the legendary Colin Rowe, the fruit of his four-y ...

Tree Gardens

Architecture and the Forest

From their early use as protective shelter to the felling of thousands of trees to harvest wood and create farmland, to ...

Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis

Opportunistic Architecture

What if the constraints and limitations of architecture became the catalyst for design invention? The award-winning youn ...

Mellon Square

Discovering a Modern Masterpiece

The second volume in our Modern Landscapes series examines the evolution of Pittsburgh's first modern garden plaza. Comp ...

Princeton University

The Campus Guide

The unique settings and circumstances of American college campuses have given rise to some of the richest and most innov ...

New Museums in China

China's explosive urban growth continues to make headlines, illustrated by dramatic shots of the latest commercial or re ...

Weiss/Manfredi

Surface/Subsurface

For nearly two decades the architecture firm Weiss/Manfredi has practiced outside the traditional boundaries of architec ...

Jorn Utzon

Drawings and Buildings

Visionary Danish architect Jorn Utzon was just thirty-eight years old in 1957 when he was named the surprise winner of a ...

Adalberto Libera

Adalberto Libera (1903-1963) was one of the preeminent Italian Rationalist architects of the 1930s and 1940s. Both a pro ...

Duke University

Campus Guide, Second Edition

The first edition of the Campus Guide showcased Duke s rich architectural heritage, from its founding in 1924 to Horace ...

The Miller|Hull Partnership

Public Works

Our popular 2001 monograph Miller|Hull: Architects of the Pacific Northwest introduced the world to the work of architec ...

Guastavino Vaulting

The Art of Structural Tile

Since the time of ancient Rome, architects, engineers, and builders have struggled with the problem of building domed ce ...

Pamphlet Architecture 9: Rural and Urban House Types

Holl focuses on a collection of peculiarly American house types. These building forms exhibit a simplicity and integrity ...

The Buildings and Designs of Andrea Palladio

Andrea Palladio is unquestionably the most important architect in the Western world: his carefully proportioned, pedimen ...

Subnature

Architecture's Other Environments

We are conditioned over time to regard environmental forces such as dust, mud, gas, smoke, debris, weeds, and insects as ...

MIT

The Campus Guide

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the nation's most beautiful and technologically advanced campuses, is the ...

The Chrysler Building

Creating a New York Icon, Day by Day

The Chrysler Building is surely the jewel in the crown of New York City's skyline. Completed in 1930, the 77-story Art D ...

Designed for the Future

80 Practical Ideas for a Sustainable World

In Designed for the Future, author Jared Green asks eighty of today's most innovative architects, urban planners, landsc ...

Le Corbusier and the Maisons Jaoul

In 1955, just as the world was pigeonholing him as the high priest of modernism, Le Corbusier shocked the architecture w ...

Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods Blog

In the fall of 2007, Lebbeus Woods (1940-2012), long admired for his visionary architecture and mastery of drawing, bega ...

University of Cincinnati

The Campus Guide

The University of Cincinnati, established in 1870, has positioned itself for the twenty-first century with a wholly reno ...

Pamphlet Architecture 35

Going Live. From States to Systems

If landscape is the secret agent and contested territory of the 20th century, then it also forms a lens and language on ...

Andrea Cochran

Landscapes

"Studies in repetition and order, orchestrations of movement in the landscape, and elements placed in geometric conversa ...

The Campus Guides

Complete Boxed Set

"Some of America's finest architecture can be found around the grassy quads of college campuses; a heritage that Princet ...

Geography of Home

Writings on Where We Live

Geography of Home has been hailed as "an appealing, insightful collection of musings on the architecture, psychology, an ...

Interactive Architecture

Adaptive World

Interactive Architecture: Adaptive World illustrates how structures can process information, make observations, and util ...

Bamboo Fences

Bamboo has always played an important role in Japanese daily life, and the versatile plant has been used for numerous pu ...

Art Place Japan

The Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale and the Vision to Reconnect Art and Nature

Every three years, three hundred square miles of land in northwestern Japan are transformed into the most ambitious and ...

Postmodern Urbanism

Revised Edition

"Like a good city, Postmodern Urbanism can be read from many perspectives as a rich conversation of world views, languag ...

Norwegian Wood

The Thoughtful Architecture of Wenche Selmer

Whether set along the picturesque coast of Norway or in its remote mountains and forests, architect Wenche Selmer's wood ...

Kuth/Ranieri Architects

"In a world obsessed with an international cast of ego-driven starchitects, San Francisco architects Elizabeth Ranieri a ...

Edifices de Rome Moderne

Paul Letarouilly's masterpiece, Edifices de Rome Moderne, has been hailed as'the most beautiful book on Renaissance arch ...

Waiting for the End of the World

Where will you go when the trouble starts? For countless people around the world, the answer is the bomb shelter down in ...

Thinking the Contemporary Landscape

On the heels of our groundbreaking books in landscape architecture, James Corner's Recovering Landscape and Charles Wald ...

Thermally Active Surfaces in Architecture

Departing from the simple question Why do we heat and cool buildings with air?, this book focuses on the technique of th ...

Chandigarh Revealed

Le Corbusier's City Today

In 1950, Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru invited legendary French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier to embark on one o ...

Parallax

What makes Steven Holl one of the most celebrated architects working today? As we learn in Parallax, his success comes f ...

Sexuality and Space

Sexuality and Space's interdisciplinary essays address gender in relation to architectural discourse and critical theory ...

Tom Leader Studio

Three Projects

Tom Leader Studio, a collaborative and experimental design office formed in 2001, is among the most exciting new voices ...

Pamphlet Architecture 13: Edge of a City

Architect Steven Holl presents strategies to counter sprawl at the periphery of six cities. In each scheme, living, work ...

An Architecture of the Ozarks

The Works of Marlon Blackwell

"I live, practice, teach, and build in northwest Arkansas, in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. It's a place conside ...

Moody Nolan Design

From modest beginnings in an old house in Columbus, Ohio, architects Curtis Moody and Howard E. Nolan have built Moody-N ...

Architectural Lighting

Designing with Light and Space

Architectural Lighting, the latest addition to the Architecture Briefs series, provides both a critical approach to and ...

Grids & Guides Tracebook

Tracing Paper Notebooks for Visual Thinkers

Tracebook brings a whole new dimension to our Grids & Guides family. Each Tracebook set includes two books filled with t ...

Michael Graves

Design for Life

One of the most prominent and prolific designers and architects of the late twentieth century, Michael Graves is best kn ...

Bing Thom Works

Vancouver-based Bing Thom Architects have quietly produced a portfolio of built work that garners praise not only for it ...

Printing Architecture

Innovative Recipes for 3D Printing

Although 3D printing promises a revolution in many industries, primarily industrial manufacturing, nowhere are the possi ...

AT-INdex

European emigres have been changing the face of modern American architecture for decades. Winka Dubbeldam surely belongs ...

Williams College: The Campus Guide

Nestled in the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts, Williams College routinely ranks atop the best liberal arts ...

The Architectural Detail

The Architectural Detail is author Edward R. Ford's life's work, and this may be his most important book to date. Ford w ...

Le Corbusier, Homme de Lettres

On his French identity card, legendary architect Le Corbusier listed his profession as "Homme de Lettres" (Man of Letter ...

X-Urbanism

Architecture and the American City

For most of his career, architect Mario Gandelsonas has been exploring the American city through his writings, designs, ...

Pamphlet Architecture 30: Coupling

Strategies for Infrastructural Opportunism

Participants in the Pamphlet Architecture 30 competition were asked to respond to the theme "Investigations in Infrastru ...

Pamphlet Architecture 27: Tooling

We all know that today's architectural design has moved from the sketchpad to the screen--the era of the Mayline and the ...

Lucy + Jorge Orta

Food, Water, Life

Since founding Studio Orta in 1993, the Paris-based husband-and-wife team of Lucy and Jorge Orta has produced an extensi ...

The Ethical Architect

The Dilemma of Contemporary Practice

Many believe that the moral mission of architecture has been in serious decline for the last 25 years. In this important ...

Young Architects 12

ReSource

The Architectural League Prize (formerly known as the Young Architects Forum) is an annual competition and series of lec ...

Atlas of Novel Tectonics

Architects Jesse Reiser and Nanako Umemoto have been generating some of the most provocative thinking in the field for n ...

Pamphlet Architecture 11-20

The Pamphlet Architecture series was founded in 1978 by architects Steven Holl and William Stout as a venue for publishi ...

Bunker Archeology

In Bunker Archeology, urban philosopher and cultural theorist Paul Virilio turns his attention--and camera--to the omino ...

The Business of Design

Balancing Creativity and Profitability

The Business of Design debunks the myth that business sense and creative talent are mutually exclusive and, unlike other ...

Crafting a Modern World

The Designs of Antonin and Noemi Raymond

Kurt G. F. Helfrich and William Whitaker, editors, with contributions by Ann Lutun, Mari Sakamoto Nakahara, Ken Tadashi ...

Geometry of Design, Revised and Updated Second Edition

Studies in Proportion and Composition

The very first volume in our acclaimed Design Briefs series is now available in a revised and updated second edition. Ge ...

Rural Studio

Samuel Mockbee and an Architecture of Decency

"I tell my students, it's got to be warm, dry, and noble" --Samuel MockbeeFor almost ten years, Samuel Mockbee, a MacArt ...

Modern Modular

The Prefab Houses of RESOLUTION 4 ARCHITECTURE

Prefabricated housing of high design and quality construction has long been an elusive goal for architects, where indust ...

Smith College

The Campus Guide

The newest title in the Princeton Architectural Press Campus Guide series takes readers on a tour of Smith College. Foun ...

Young Architects 13

It's Different

The Architectural League Prize is an annual competition, series of lectures, and exhibition organized by the Architectur ...

Points and Lines

Diagrams and Projects for the City

Points + Lines: Diagrams and Projects for the City is a book of New York architect Stan Allen's writings and projects th ...

Citizens of No Place

An Architectural Graphic Novel

Architecture has become an increasingly interdisciplinary profession, and the language with which architects envision an ...

Tom Kundig

Houses

The work of Seattle-based architect Tom Kundig has been called both raw and refined, as well as super-crafted and warm. ...

Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis

Intensities

Since the release of their best-selling monograph Opportunistic Architecture in 2007, New York City-based Lewis.Tsurumak ...

West Point U.S. Military Academy

The Campus Guide

West Point's rolling geography, originally chosen for military reasons, has had a profound effect on the campus plan and ...

Tadao Ando

Conversations with Students

The newest volume in our popular Conversations series features Japanese architect Tadao Ando. One of the most celebrated ...

Ghostly Ruins

America's Forgotten Architecture

"Ghostly Ruins is a haunted masterpiece. Well done!"--Ray BradburyWe've all seen them but might have been too scared to ...

Alvar Aalto Houses

During the course of a career spanning more than fifty years, Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto (1898--1976) de ...

L'Architecture

Few architectects have had a vision of architecture as provocative as that of Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. In 1847 Daniel asse ...

The Architect Says

Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom

If there's anything architects like doing more than designing buildings, it's talking about architecture. Whether musing ...

Large Parks

The discipline of landscape architecture encompasses many typologies, from domestic gardens and neighborhood playgrounds ...

Studio and Cube PB

On The Relationship Between Where Art is Made and Where Art is Displayed

When does an artist's creation become art, and where? Does it occur in the solitary confines of an artist's studio or do ...

University of Pennsylvania

The Campus Guide

Benjamin Franklin, founder of America's first university, the University of Pennsylvania, hoped that its students would ...

Young Architects 14

No Precedent

The Architectural League Prize is an annual competition, series of lectures, and exhibition organized by the nArchitectu ...

The Concrete Dragon

China's Urban Revolution and What it Means for the World

China is the most rapidly urbanizing nation in the world, with an urban population that may well reach one billion withi ...

University of Massachusetts Amherst Campus Guide

The newest title in our Campus Guide series takes readers on an architectural tour of University of Massachusetts Amhers ...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

The Building Blocks series presents icons of modern architecture as interpreted by the most significant architectural ph ...

Prospect Park

Olmsted & Vaux's Brooklyn Masterpiece

Right in the heart of one of the nation's most densely populated urban areas sits an idyllic realm of graceful meadows, ...

Jones, Partners: Architecture

El Segundo

For more than fifteen years, Jones, Partners: Architecture has dedicated itself to innovative, iconoclastic architectura ...

Houses of Maine

Elliott + Elliott Architecture

There have been many influences for us over the years but the defining factor in our firm's work is that we practice ar ...

Rick Joy

Desert Works

Rick Joy builds with remarkable sensitivity, precision, and grace. The allure of his architecture is often quietly and s ...

Local Architecture

Building Place, Craft, and Community

In architecture, as in food, local is an idea whose time has come. Of course, the idea of an architecture that responds ...

Drosscape

Wasting Land in Urban America

Do you really know what is under that new house you just bought? How about what lies beneath the neighborhood playground ...

Casa Alta

An Andalusian Paradise

When San Franciscans Victor Carrasco and Elizabeth McMillan bought their dream home in 1978, an abandoned courtyard hous ...

Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture

An Anthology of Architectural Theory 1965-1995

Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture: An Anthology of Architectural Theory 1965-1995 collects in a single volume the ...

The Landscape Imagination

The Collected Essays of James Corner 1990--2010

Over the past two decades, James Corner has reinvented the field of landscape architecture. His highly influential writi ...

Moderne

Fashioning the French Interior

Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann, Pierre Chareau, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Charlotte Perriand, Eileen Gray: together these designers ...

Rural Studio at Twenty

Designing and Building in Hale County, Alabama

For two decades, the students of Auburn University's Rural Studio have designed and built remarkable houses and communit ...

When Brazil Was Modern

A Guide to Architecture 1928-1960

This comprehensive guide to modern Brazilian architecture takes us on a fascinating tour of over 125 buildings and proje ...

The Sea Ranch

Fifty Years of Architecture, Landscape, and Placemaking on the Northern California Coast

A hundred miles north of San Francisco, the Sonoma County coast meets the Pacific Ocean in a magnificent display of natu ...

Architects Draw

Where does architectural design begin? In an age obsessed with all things digital, it's tempting to envision a computer ...

Materials for Design 2

As architecture and design programs throughout the world break out of the classroom and adopt the holistic methods of de ...

The Havana Guide

Modern Architecture 1925-1965

While Havana's colonial mansions have recently received worldwide attention, the immense wealth of modern architecture i ...

Yankee Modern

The Houses of Estes/Twombly

Architects James Estes and Peter Twombly have described their nearly two decades of work as "quiet modernism." Their Rho ...

Artificial Light

A Narrative Inquiry into the Nature of Abstraction, Immediacy, and other Architectural Fictions

Author Keith Mitnick's first glimpse of an architectural drawing came through the underside of a glass kitchen table. Ov ...

Princeton University and Neighboring Institutions

The Campus Guide, Second Edition

Since the first edition of Mi in 1999, the investment of more than two billion dollars of capital in more than forty-eig ...

Mary Colter

Architect of the Southwest

Mary Colter may well be the best-known unknown architect in the world: her buildings at the Grand Canyon National Park-w ...

Young Architects 15

Range

The Architectural League Prize is an annual competition, series of lectures, and exhibition organized by the Architectur ...

Northwestern University

The Campus Guide

Northwestern University: The Campus Guide takes readers on a vivid trip through this campus's compelling history from th ...

MOS

Selected Works

Their work has been described as experimental, willfully strange, and generally off-kilter, qualities front and center i ...

Sustain and Develop

306090 13

Sustain and Develop, the thirteenth volume from 306090 Books, investigates the contradictory yet potentially productive ...

Who Built That? Modern Houses

Who Built That? Modern Houses takes readers on a fun-filled tour through ten of the most important houses by the greates ...

The Wayfinding Handbook

Information Design for Public Places

Where am I? What can I do here? Where can I go from here? How do I get out of here? Consciously or not, we ask such ques ...

Saarinen Houses

They are architecture's most famous father-son duo: Eero, the younger Saarinen, designer of such masterpieces as the TWA ...

Vassar College

The Campus Guide

The newest titles in the Princeton Architectural Press Campus Guide series take readers on authoritative tours of two pr ...

Hypernatural

Architecture's New Relationship with Nature

Despite the ever-growing sophistication of synthetic and digital tools, it's the natural world that captures the imagina ...

Leven Betts

Pattern Recognition

Powers of observation may be an architect's most underrated skill. For New York City-based Leven Betts Studio, the desig ...

Henry Howard

Louisiana's Architect

Few nineteenth-century architects ventured far from the pattern-book styles of their time. One architect not constrained ...

Miller|Hull

Architects of the Pacific Northwest

A new architectural style emerges when similarities of form, material, interest, or attitude in the designs of a group o ...

A-Frame Notecards and Postcards

Pulled from the pages of PAPress s classic book A-Frame, this fold-out portfolio contains a variety of notecards and pos ...

Digital Fabrications

Architectural and Material Techniques

Architectural pioneers such as Frank Gehry and Greg Lynn introduced the world to the extreme forms made possible by digi ...

Architecture Oriented Otherwise

Now available in paperback, renowned writer and thinker David Leatherbarrow's groundbreaking Architecture Oriented Other ...

A-frame

"A" was the architectural letterform of leisure building in postwar America. Eager to stake out mountain and lakeside re ...

Cartographic Grounds

Projecting the Landscape Imaginary

Mapping has been one of the most fertile areas of exploration for architecture and landscape in the past few decades. Wh ...

Building (in) the Future

Recasting Labor in Architecture

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Tom Kundig: Works

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Pamphlet Architecture 1-10

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TWA Terminal

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Young Architects 10

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The Architecture of Modern Italy

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Local Code

3659 Proposals about Data, Design, and the Nature of Cities

With three billion more humans projected to be living in cities by 2050, all design is increasingly urban design. And wi ...

Yankee Modern

The Houses of Estes/Twombly

Architects James Estes and Peter Twombly have described their nearly two decades of work as "quiet modernism." Their Rho ...

The City That Never Was

Reconsidering the Speculative Nature of Contemporary Urbanization

One of the most troubling consequences of the--2008 global financial collapse was the midstream abandonment of several l ...

Rice University

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The Underdome Guide to Energy Reform

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Dean/Wolf Architects

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Ladders

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ZoomScape

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Infrastructural Monument

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Installations by Architects

Experiments in Building and Design

Over the last few decades, a rich and increasingly diverse practice has emerged in the art world that invites the public ...

The Architect Says Notebooks

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History of Architectural Theory

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The Dakota

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University of California, San Diego

Founded during the Space Age boom of the fifties, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) campus showcases some o ...

Minka

My Farmhouse in Japan

In 1959 journalist John Roderick joined the Tokyo bureau of the Associated Press. There, he befriended a Japanese family ...

Louisville Guide

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Gates of Harvard Yard

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Expanded Practice

Howeler + Yoon Architecture / MY Studio

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Palazzos of Power

Central Stations of the Philadelphia Electric Company, 1900-1930

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Cranbrook

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Who Built That? Bridges

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The Vatican and Saint Peter's Basilica of Rome

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Transmaterial Next

A Catalog of Materials that Will Redefine Our Future

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Plain Modern

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City Building

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The Storm and the Fall

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Kurt Schwitters' Merzbau

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Stampville

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Fabricating Architecture

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Flesh

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Illinois Institute of Technology

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Anchoring

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Expanded View

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Studio and Cube

On The Relationship Between Where Art is Made and Where Art is Displayed

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Luis Barragan's Gardens of El Pedregal

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Frozen Music

In this limited collector edition folio, Gil Garcetti's interpretive photographs of the steel skin of the Walt Disney Co ...

Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture

The last decade has witnessed a proliferation of artists whose primary medium is software. Algorithmic processes, harnes ...

Performative Skyscraper

Tall Building Design Now

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Mies Van der Rohe's Krefeld Villas

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Infinite Suburbia

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Sustainable Design

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TEN Arquitectos/Enrique Norten

Lines of Investigation / L'neas de Investigacion

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DIY Dollhouse

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Made to Measure

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The Tennessee Valley Authority

Design and Persuasion

In the wake of the Great Depression, one of Franklin Roosevelt's most successful New Deal programs was the formation of ...

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California Contemporary

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Manhattan Skyscrapers

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Architects' Houses

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Quonset Hut

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When World War II came along, the American military found itself in need of a prefabricated, lightweight shelter that co ...

Le Corbusier, Homme de Lettres

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Zaha Hadid/BMW Central Building

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(Non-) Essential Knowledge for (New) Architecture

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Edifices de Rome Moderne

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Pamphlet Architecture 15: War and Architecture

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Wright Sites

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Building a Straw Bale House

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Ethics for Architects

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Northern Exposure

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