Fame + Architecture
Fame is the lifeblood of architecture.Throughout history fame has motivated architects and their clients to build ever more ambitious schemes.In recent years, the power of the media and the force...
Atlas of Frank Lloyd Wright
When Frank Lloyd Wright died in 1959 at the venerable age of 91 he was the most famous architect in the United States. During his long career―over 70 years―he designed...
Defining Digital Architecture: 2001 FEIDAD Award
by Yu-Tung Liu and Yu Tung Liu The Far Eastern International Digital Design Award (FEIDAD) was conferred for the first time in 2000, its aim being to encourage and honour...
Four Examples Devanthéry & Lamunière
by : Architekturgalerie Luzern The works of Patrick Devanthery and Ines Lamuniere are nurtured by the continuing commitment on the part of both architects to teach and pursue research. Through...
Richard England (Architectural Monographs No)
The architecture of Richard England occupies a particular niche in the broader history of Mediterranean Modernism. His work blends traditional Maltese typologies with the memories of centuries of architecture from...
The Four States of Architecture
The work of New York architects Victoria Meyers and Thomas Hanrahan is remarkable for its interpretation of the modern world and minimalism, mixing ideas from philosophy and science. Their palette...
GA Houses 105
Residential Masterpieces: Arne Korsmo Villa Stenersen Oslo, Norway Villa Dammann Oslo, Norway by: Yoshio Futagawa
Fabio Novembre: Frame Monographs of Contemporary Interior Architects
nce a stepchild of architecture, interior design has evolved into a mature discipline in recent years. As a prime example of three-dimensional artistic expression, interior architecture is often a decisive...
Although he built relatively little, Haring was a key figure of the Modern Movement. by: Peter Blundell Jones
Gae Aulenti is one of the world's most prominent architects, and her prodigious output encompasses museum and theater design, industrial and exhibition design, furniture, graphics, urban planning, and architecture. This...
As populations grow, where and how we live is a major concern. Architects address the issue of housing, and converting spaces is often a more satisfactory solution than building from...
Houses on the Edge
by Alejandro Bahamon (Author) To build a house -- a livable, workable, practical house -- in inhospitable environments is among the most ambitious projects an architect can undertake. Houses on...
Architectural Hardware: Ideas, Inspiration, and Practical Advice for Adding Handles,
With the increased focus on building and renovation over the past decade, there has been a growing demand for hardware that is both beautiful and functional. Magazines and DIY shows...
Principles of Modern Architecture
by Christian Norberg-Schulz (Author)
Candida Höfer: Architecture Of Absence
by : Constance Glenn, Virginia Heckert, et al. | Jun 15, 2005
New Babylonians: Contemporary Visions of a Situationist City
The Situationists, who first appeared on the architectural scene in the 1960s, regarded cities as the ultimate opportunity for creative self-expression. While there are many publications about the history of...
The Transformable House
For modern architects experimentation with space and the house plan provides the most fertile area of innovation, allowing them to push established boundaries and question received conventions in domestic design....
Hyper-Realistic Computer Generated Architectural Renderings
by Oscar Riera Ojeda (Author), Lucas H. Guerra (Author) This fully illustrated book explores how architectural leaders are using CAD and rendering software to create ever more dynamic forms and...
Airbrush Illustration for Architecture
The airbrush, considered a technically daunting instrument, renders mass, volume, light, color, and surface more accurately and elegantly than the customary presentation tools of architects and interior designers. But it...
Frank Lloyd Wright's Chicago
Chicago and the suburb of Oak Park are home to the greatest concentration of Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings in the world. 96 of Wright’s structures, chronologically presented from the...
The Story of Renaissance Architecture (Story Of... Prestel)
by : Sonia Servida
Will Alsop : Book 1
By: Kenneth PowellWill Alsop is one of the most exciting British architects working today. The designer of such striking, often colorful, buildings as Le Grand Bleu in Marseille, the Passenger and...
Alvar Aalto: Villa Mairea, Noormarkku, Finland, 1937-39
by: Kristian Gullichsen; Yukio Futagawa
Dante O Benini
A strictly technological type of architecture, large spaces designed for scientific research purposes, architecture open to international issues: this sums up Dante O. Benini's design philosophy. by: Richard Meier
Jean Claude Pondevie
Jean Claude Pondevie's architecture expresses the underlying motivation of modern design. by: Mario Antonio Arnaboldi
This text looks at the Lawson-Westen House - the first major residence that Eric Owen Moss has completed since the Petal House, also in Los Angeles, which led to him...
GA Document: Gehry, Holl, Kuma, Piano, Coop Himmelblau v. 106
by Yoshio Futagawa (Author)
Juha Leiviska and the Continuity of Finnish Modern Architecture
JUHA ILMARI LEIVISKÄ has enjoyed a distinguished career as one of Finland's leading architects. This book provides a perceptive account of his work to date, locating it within both Finnish...
The Next House
by Lola Gomez (Author) Now in pb! This book explores twenty-five contemporary buildings that radically experiment with the architectural parameters of the house, examining the various ways in which architects...
The Best of Cutler Anderson Architects
Extraordinary projects from one of the world's best architecture firms The work of James Cutler, FAIA, and Bruce Anderson, AIA, of Cutler Anderson Architects is internationally renowned for its environmental...
Bernard Tschumi (Architecture/Design Series)
by : K. Michael Hays (Author), Giovanni Damiani (Author), Marco De Michelis (Author)