Architecture Books – Week 49/2022
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
Conceiving the Plan: Nuance and Intimacy in Civic Space edited by Yael Hameiri Sainsaux, published by Skira.
Architecture Book News:
As part of Vitruvius Grind's (The Hustle Architect) "Twelve Days of Grindmas," they feature "Nine Books I'm Reading" (and feature a snippet from one of my reviews).
The Dirt (the blog of the American Society of Landscape Architects) has its list of the Best Books of 2022.
Looking ahead to 2023, Publisher’s Weekly has a list of notable books in art, architecture and photography coming in the spring: books by Reinier de Graaf and Dana Cuff are in the Top 10.
Last night [Thursday, December 1] my alma mater, @ccnycitycollege, celebrated the opening of the Michael Sorkin Reading Room inside @ccnyarchlibrary at @whatsonatssa:
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