Architecture Books – Week 37/2021
Last week on A Daily Dose of Architecture Books:
Into the Light: The Art and Architecture of Lauretta Vinciarelli, by Rebecca Siefert, published by Lund Humphries.
The Turning Point in Architectural Design: A Historical Scenario for the Future, by Helmut C. Schulitz, published by Hirmer Publishers.
Amos Rex Art Museum – JKMM Architects, edited by Tomas Lauri, published by Arvinius + Orfeus Publishing.
Leaves of Iron: Glenn Murcutt, Pioneer of an Australian Architectural Form, by Philip Drew, published by Angus&Robertson.
Ando, Piano, Weiss/Manfredi, Zumthor, Hill — yes, Hill. I contributed a "microstory" on the @guggenheim in the September issue of @domusweb, guest edited in 2021 by Tadao Ando:
Coming up this week on A Daily Dose of Architecture Books:
The Ecologies of the Building Envelope: A Material History and Theory of Architectural Surfaces
A City Is Not a Computer: Other Urban Intelligences
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