Architecture Books – Week 29/2022
Robert A. M. Stern's "Journey in Architecture"
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
Between Memory and Invention: My Journey in Architecture by Robert A. M. Stern, with Leopoldo Villardi, published by the Monacelli Press.
Architecture Book News:
The Architects’ Newspaper highlights the inaugural collection of architecture-related titles coming from London’s MACK Books this fall.
Andrew Witt is on the New Books in Architecture podcast talking about Formulations: Architecture, Mathematics, Culture, which was featured in my roundup of 15 Summer Reads.
“10 Books To Expand Your Knowledge On Cities,” a list from NewCities.
Came across this book at my local thrift store, but when I picked it up my first thought was, "why is this so light?" Answer was inside: (click through to see images of the inside)
A few recently received books:
See these and more recently published and forthcoming architecture books on my blog and on my Bookshop.org page.
This week I’m giving away one set of a+t’s 50 Urban Blocks 2: How to use Form, Floor Area Ratio & Density. I reviewed the deck of 55 cards back in 2020. Want to win? Just reply to this email saying you want to be entered in the random drawing and indicating your favorite housing project. (Mine is Halen Estate by Atelier 5.) Like my other giveaways, this one is limited to US shipping addresses. Good luck!
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