Architecture Books – Week 47/2022
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The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
The Minimal Intervention by Lucius Burckhardt, edited by Markus Ritter and Martin Schmitz, published by Birkhäuser.
Architecture Book News:
At Drawing Matter, Esra Akcan reviews The Project of Independence: Architectures of Decolonization in South Asia, the catalog to the 2022 MoMA exhibition of the same name.
"This Ain’t Your Parents’ Gentrification": Read an excerpt from Leslie Kern's new book, Gentrification is Inevitable and Other Lies, at Azure.
Jon Gower reviews Frank Lloyd Wright: The Architecture of Defiance, a new book by Jonathan Adams which “suggests that by examining Wright’s Welsh roots you can locate the source of his driving work ethic, his radicalism and his philosophy.”
Unboxing the latest Retrospecta (45) from @yalearchitecture, a special object with four stapled journals inside a folded box. Plain and, unfortunately, flimsy box does not really hint at the colorful contents, so be sure to click and then swipe through:
A few recently received books:
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