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  • Swissness Applied

    New Glarus, Wisconsin: a prime example of cultural heritage in diaspora and of imagery and appropriation in architecture

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  • Basics of Urbanism

    History, context, composition, network, profile, density, function, space, access, transition plan, participation, metabolism: basic concepts for a future-oriented design of the city

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  • Bernina Transversal

    A pictorial epos on the spectacular Alpine landscape on Bernina Pass—intensely used for tourism, energy production, and as transit route—and its infrastructure buildings

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  • Hidden in Plain Sight

    An insightful compendium on the development of state-subsidized housing in Europe in the 20th century

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  • Crafting Wood

    New findings on timber joints: presenting results from a practice-based educational cooperation of European universities

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  • Survey

    A lavishly illustrated history of the architectural survey drawing across four centuries

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  • Sigurd Lewerentz, Pure Aesthetics

    An atmospheric masterpiece of modern sacred architecture: Sigurd Lewerentz’s Markuskyrkan (St Mark’s Church) in Stockholm’s Björkhagen district

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  • Fawad Kazi KSSG–OKS

    The second volume of the five-part building monograph on Zurich-based architect Fawad Kazi’s innovative development of Kantonsspital St. Gallen and Ostschweizer Kinderspital

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  • On and Around Architecture

    Sergison Bates architects in conversation with eminent Swiss architects, historians and researchers

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  • Land. Milk. Honey.

    Turning a biblical promise into reality: how ideology translated into colonialism, settlement, urbanization, infrastructure, and mechanized agriculture radically reshaped the environment of Palestine-Israel. – The Israeli pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale

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  • Sigurd Lewerentz

    The entire Sigurd Lewerentz: built and unrealized building designs, retail spaces, churches, cemeteries and landscape designs, exhibition architecture graphic and product design, furniture and interiors.

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  • Archetypes

    Architectural mock-ups: a significant yet ephemeral aspect of contemporary construction, seen by Canadian artist David K. Ross

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  • Pricegore & Yinka Ilori – Dulwich Pavilion

    This book documents the Dulwich Pavilion 2019 designed by Pricegore in collaboration with Yinka Ilori, and built within the gardens of John Soane’s Dulwich Picture Gallery.

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  • London – Being in the Library

    The impact of David Adjaye’s architecture, reflected by Daniela Keiser

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  • Sergei Tchoban – Lines and Volumes

    In conversation with Kristin Feireiss, Sergei Tchoban reveals what inspires him and what drives his work as an architect, artist, curator, collector und museum founder

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  • Regarding Space and Spaces

    The chambered floorplan: a simple principle, frequently applied by Luca Selva Architects, offering greater latitude than corridor-based designs

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  • Angelo Candalepas

    Future-oriented and at the same time steeped in the heritage of modernity: Candalepas Associates, one of Australia's leading architectural firms

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  • Avant-Garde as Method

    The groundbreaking new study on the early Soviet Union's Higher Art and Technical Studios, known as Vkhutemas, and their pioneering curriculum that has been a source of inspiration for generations of architects, designers, and artists until the present day

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  • Modersohn & Freiesleben—Reality

    20 years of building in Berlin, all across Germany, and elsewhere: the new monograph by renowned Berlin-based architects Modersohn & Freiesleben

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  • Stefan Forster Architekten

    Strategies for urban housing: This first comprehensive monograph explores twenty years of work in residential architecture by Frankfurt-based firm Stefan Forster Architekten

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