Architecture Books – Week 32/2022
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
The Layman's Guide to Classical Architecture by Quinlan Terry, published by Bokförlaget Stolpe.
Architecture Book News:
Witold Rybczynski reviews Alec Nevala-Lee’s Inventor of the Future: The Visionary Life of Buckminster Fuller for the New York Times.
“Alexis Mark redesigns the Harvard Design Magazine based on two typographic concepts,” an article at It’s Nice That.
The latest roundup of summer reads (see my list here) comes from Domus, where Emanuele Quinz picks out “ten key readings of the moment.”
Towards a Better Way: The “Vignelli” Map at 50 is a new exhibit @nytransitmuseum, coming ten years after the book Vignelli Transit Maps, a thorough case study by Peter B. Lloyd and Mark Ovenden on the 1972 subway map designed by Massimo Vignelli and others at Unimark International. Here's a peek inside that book:
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