BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group’s third Taschen book, Formgiving. An Architectural Future History, takes readers on a chronological journey across time and space via a collection of exclusive essays
Autobiography of British architect Sir Terry Farrell launches RIBA’s Lives in Architecture series: one of Britain’s most influential architects of 21st century offers a full, personal account of his life
Wayne Howes’ ‘London in Lockdown’ book is a vivid and truly spectacular collection of photographs capturing London’s busiest and most popular attractions, streets and sights – during 2020’s lockdown.
“I heartily commend Ed Lippmann’s book. It comes at a critical time in the life of his city and will contribute to the crucial debate now underway on the future form of Sydney.” — Lord Richard Rogers
Single-building book called ‘Miner Road House: Faulkner Architects’ – part of the Masterpiece Series published by Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers. The featured home is in Orinda, California. It’s the architecture firm’s first book.
In 2016, as part of a consortium of corporations, universities and research and technology organisations, Foster + Partners was awarded an EU grant to develop, build and test a LASIMM – a world-first for 3D-printing in metal.
The first book in the What is Architecture? series, Understanding Architecture is a unique insight into the meaning, heritage, and purpose of this ancient craft. Dispelling with the tendency for architecture theory books to be pompous and cryptic, this book instead unfolds as a story.
New architecture books – Modern buildings publications – books about new architecture across the globe: international building publications
Foster + Partners Portfolio: 1967-2017 Book, a complete account of the first fifty years of the practice. Now in bookstores, the 540-page book celebrates the British architecture practice’s breadth of works.
Architecture books – key new publications about architects & buildings – architecture book information, news, architecural design publications
RIBA Publishing Building in Arcadia: The Case for Well-Designed Rural Development book makes the case for building in the countryside with a sensitive approach, in an awakening illumination of planning: essential reading for local authority, planning and architectural professionals.
‘Wellbeing in Interiors’ by Elina Grigoriou results from over a decade of research, funnelled into a book that is both a philosophical guide and a practical reference for interior designers, architects and sustainability specialists.
Boundary Sequence Illusion Book about architect Ian MacDonald. This architectural book is the latest in the ‘Documents in Canadian Architecture’ series published by Dalhousie Architectural Press, Toronto.
Future Office: “the first comprehensive picture of what the future might look like” from RIBA Publishing. The working demographic is changing; how is this reflected in the way we work? What does the future hold for our work spaces? Is the traditional office doomed?
Following on from the Radical Essex project, this publication includes new writing from Tim Burrows, Gillian Darley, Charles Holland, Rachel Lichtenstein, Jules Lubbock, Jess Twyman and Ken Worpole, plus photography from Catherine Hyland.
New Moleskine architecture book: “Mecanoo is a Dutch architectural firm founded in 1984. The group has always paid great attention to the entire process control and focus on sustainable design and the study of matter and patterns.”
New monograph by Princeton Architectural Press the work of about architect Carol A. Wilson, FAIA, Falmouth, Maine. Her modern and environmentally responsive buildings have been honored with numerous design awards.