Architecture Books – Week 42/2022
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
Adjaye: Works 2007-2015: Houses, Pavilions, Installations, Buildings edited by Peter Allison, published by Thames & Hudson.
Architecture Book News:
“A thicket of books” — The New Library, Magdalene College by Níall McLaughlin Architects — is the 2022 RIBA Stirling Prize winner.
“Books are not dead!” — an article summarizing a presentation by Actar editor Marta Bruges given at the previous edition of the Disrupt Symposium.
Washington Post critic Philip Kennicott reviews the sixth edition of the AIA Guide to the Architecture of Washington, DC by G. Martin Moeller, Jr.
The back of Jorge Almazán's Emergent Tokyo: Designing the Spontaneous City (@oro_editions, 2022) features a "Tokyology," a four-page "chronology of thinking about Tokyo" that is reminiscent of Charles Jencks's Evolutionary Trees:
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