Architecture Books – Week 44/2022
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
The Architecture of Suspense: The Built World in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock by Christine Madrid French, published by University of Virginia Press.
Architecture Book News:
The Spitzer School at CCNY (my alma mater) has announced it is opening the Michael Sorkin Reading Room, which "will be used by researchers interested in Michael Sorkin’s criticism, pedagogy, and design practice."
Architect Angela Brooks reflects on Seeing Is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees, the biography of Robert Irwin that "influences her practice [Brooks + Scarpa] to this day."
Watch Kevin Hüi and Andrew Maynard on their Archimarathon channel discuss the “most important architecture books,” currently with three parts and hopefully with many more.
One from the archive: Late to the (Halloween) party: I just found these NYC architecture costume illustrations scattered about the October 26  @newyorkermag:
A few recently received books:
See these and more recently published and forthcoming architecture books on my blog and on my Bookshop.org page.
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