Architecture Books – Week 10/2023
This week on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
I’m looking at three books published in three decades this century, each of which features words “From the Mouths of Architects”:
Imagine Buildings Floating Like Clouds: Thoughts and Visions on Contemporary Architecture from 101 Key Creatives by Vladimir Belogolovsky, published by Images Publishing, 2022
AA Files Conversations edited by Thomas Weaver, published by AA Publications, 2013
Studio Talk: Interview with 15 Architects by Yoshio Futagawa, published by ADA Edita Tokyo, 2002
Architecture Book News:
Over at World-Architects I reviewed Reinier de Graaf’s new book, architect, verb. The New Language of Building, just published by Verso.
After last year’s announcement of William Stout Architectural Books being acquired by the Eames Institute, The Architect’s Newspaper takes another look at the storied San Francisco bookstore that has been open at 840 Montgomery since 1984.
Like barns? MichiganFarmer/FarmProgress has a review of six recently published books that focus on barns — yes, six of them — with a couple of them presenting barns in Ohio, for example, and one looking at European barns.
Coming soon: new home of @mcnallyjackson on Prince Street just east of West Broadway. Moving from their original location near Mulberry "within a month" they told me:
A few recently received books:
See these and more recently published and forthcoming architecture books on my blog and on my Bookshop.org page.
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