Architecture Books – Week 42/2021
Last week on A Daily Dose of Architecture Books:
Neri&Hu Design and Research Office: Thresholds, by Rossana Hu & Lyndon Neri, published by Thames & Hudson.
All the Queens Houses: An Architectural Portrait of New York’s Largest and Most Diverse Borough, by Rafael Herrin-Ferri, published by Jovis.
The Evolving Project: The Journal of Architectural Education and the Expansion of Scholarship, edited by Igor Marjanović, Marc J. Neveu, Sara Stevens, published by ORO Editions.
Are We Human? Notes on an Archaeology of Design, by Beatriz Colomina & Mark Wigley, published by Lars Müller Publishers.
"The figure of the old testament prophet reading the truth is Madelon Vriesendorp's Christmas card to her husband [Rem Koolhaas] in 1995," according to Charles Jencks in This Is Not Architecture: Media Constructions (Routledge, 2002), edited by Kester Rattenbury:
Coming up this week on A Daily Dose of Architecture Books:
Two Hundred and Fifty Things an Architect Should Know, by Michael Sorkin
Building Bad, by Jonathan Ochshorn
There is no giveaway this week, but I’ll have one in next week’s newsletter, going out Sunday, October 31, at 11am EST. Be sure to check your inbox early for a chance to win!
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