Architecture Books – Week 18/2022
An off week
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
Technically, there is nothing new on my blog this week, but I did write two articles on World-Architects about two new books: In Miami In The 80s: The Vanishing Architecture of a "Paradise Lost" edited by Charlotte von Moos; and Strange Objects, New Solids and Massive Things, the new monograph on Archi-Tectonics.
Architecture Book News:
On April 29, the Society of Architectural Historians announced the 2022 winners of the SAH Publication Awards, including: Ünver Rüstem's Ottoman Baroque: The Architectural Refashioning of Eighteenth-Century Istanbul (Alice Davis Hitchcock Book Award); Cloé Pitiot and Nina Stritzler-Levine's Eileen Gray (SAH Exhibition Catalogue Award); Despina Stratigakos's Hitler's Northern Utopia: Building the New Order in Occupied Norway (Spiro Kostof Book Award); Sonja Dümpelmann's Seeing Trees: A History of Street Trees in New York City and Berlin (Elisabeth Blair MacDougall Book Award).
On Tuesday, April 26, Dr. Fauci said the US was "out of the pandemic phase." Sounds like it's time to finally crack open Post-Pandemic Urbanism edited by Doris Kleilein and Friederike Meyer, and published by @jovis_verlag:
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