Architecture Books – Week 44/2021
Last week on A Daily Dose of Architecture Books:
Breuer’s Bohemia: The Architect, His Circle, and Midcentury Houses in New England, by James Crump, published by The Monacelli Press
The Kinetic City and Other Essays, by Rahul Mehrotra, published by ArchiTangle
The Architectural Models of Theodore Conrad: The "Miniature Boom" of Mid-Century Modernism, by Teresa Fankhänel, published by Bloomsbury Visual Arts
Sketchbooks: Collected Measured Drawings and Architectural Sketches, by George Saumarez Smith, published by Triglyph Books
A tiny peek at some of the image-packed pages (5,000+ images!) in Search Term, the new monograph from @omanewyork:
Coming up this week on A Daily Dose of Architecture Books:
Frank Gehry: The Masterpieces, by Jean-Louis Cohen
Inagawa Cemetery Chapel and Visitor Centre Designed by David Chipperfield
Louis Kahn: The Importance of a Drawing, edited by Michael Merrill
There is no giveaway this week, but I’ll have one (a good one, a Frank Gehry book!) in next week’s newsletter, going out Sunday, November 14, at 11am EST. Be sure to check your inbox early for a chance to win!
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