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A Recent Book Surveys WOHA’s Commitment to Sustainability
Written by architectural photographer, Patrick Bingham-Hall, WOHA: New Forms of Sustainable Architecture examines eleven energy-efficient projects.
Frances Anderton Tells the Story of the Los Angeles Apartment Building
In her new book, Common Ground: Multifamily Housing in Los Angeles, the architecture writer and broadcaster takes readers on a tour of the city's most exciting apartment buildings and complexes.
The Open Workshop Practices at the Threshold
The Bay Area–based design and research office is sparking collective conversations on social, cultural, and ecological pluralism in architecture.
Gyorgy Kepes: Undreaming the Bauhaus
In Gyorgy Kepes: Undreaming the Bauhaus, historian John R. Blakinger investigates the life of the Hungarian artist, the last of the Bauhaus generation in America.
How the 1980 Venice Architecture Biennale Jumpstarted Postmodernism
Four decades on, it seems that a reliable definition of architectural Postmodernism still eludes us. A recent book, though flush with historical detail, does little to clarify the term.
Book Review: The Grid Book
The Grid Book wants to show us that the history of building, composing, computing, mapping, lending, painting, printing, trading, and writing—the history of modern existence, in other words—is really a history of the