Each year the pristine beaches, lush pine forests, and picturesque New England towns of Martha’s Vineyard draw tens of thousands of admirers to this beautiful island.
"This book is not for you. It is not for architectural academic elites. It is not for those who have gentrified our neighborhoods, overly intellectualized the profession, and ignored all contemporary Black theory within the discipline. You have made architecture a symbol of exclusion, oppression, and domination rather than expression, aspiration, and inspiration.
50 Lessons to Learn from Frank Lloyd Wright begins with a simple question. What lessons can designers today learn from Frank Lloyd Wright?
This new book by Syrian architect Marwa al-Sabouni, seeks to understand how cities and buildings—scarred by conflict, blight, and pandemic—can be healed through design and urban mindfulness.
This photographic tour of every one of the buildings designed solely by Louis Kahn represents the architect's greatest accomplishments.
An awe-inspiring collection of contemporary homes designed to foster a connection with the essential elements of landscape
Living in Nature showcases a selection of architect-designed houses that have something fundamental in common: a special relationship with the natural world.
- Richly illustrated with lavish full-color photographs of creative tree houses, all with innovative and stunning design features- Includes engaging descriptions for each project, complete with insight from the architect and/or designer- A thoroughly enjoyable journey through the world of modern tree house design from around the globe- For anyone who had a tree house, or who wanted one, this is a
This unique volume showcases the best illustrated architecture books ever published.
The building culture of China is currently one of the most innovative and most adventurous in the world because of the bold ways architects approach materials and genres as well as forms and functions. At the same time, it offers the opportunity to implement the most daring designs in the shortest possible time, as both the expertise and the necessary manpower are available.
Connection is a monograph of ten residences that articulate the office's design process and exploration of creating architectural solutions rooted in natural place.
Adaptive reuse, or using a building for a new purpose, has become popular around the world, but discussion about adaptive reuse in Asia is relatively scarce. As a result, this architectural innovation in Asia, which includes redesigned institutional buildings, awards for cultural heritage conservation projects, and adapted reuse field studies, is overdue for consideration.