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Princeton Architectural Press Fall 2014 Catalog

Princeton Architectural Press Fall 2014 Catalog

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Published by: ChronicleBooks on May 19, 2014
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Publisher’s Note
 
As you may know, Princeton Architectural Press got its start reprinting classic works from the archives of architectural history, such as
Edifices de Rome Moderne
,
The Plan of Chicago
, and
Park and Recreation Structures
, all still available. Soon after, though, in part because we were the new kid on the block and as a result of personal interests and connections, we came to be known as the publisher of emerging, and often unpublished, talent. We published the first English-language monographs on Bernard Tschumi and Rem Koolhaas, and the first books ever on Steven Holl, Lebbeus Woods, Diller+Scofidio, 󰁌󰁔󰁌 Architects, Reiser+Umemoto, Brodsky and Utkin, Samuel Mockbee, Rick Joy, Tom Kundig, 󰁌󰁥󰁶󰁥󰁮󰁂󰁥󰁔󰁔󰁳, and dozens of others, as well as writers like Anthony Vidler, Beatriz Colomina, Thomas Schumacher, and Alan Berger, many of whom are also interested in balancing between these two poles of looking back, to preserve and celebrate history, and looking forward, to imagine what a more commodious, responsible, and meaningful designed environment might be.Like many journeys—on this road from the past to the future—we’ve found often the most interesting things are at our feet, or just off the shoulder, particularly as we expanded our definition of architecture to include virtually any element of the designed environment, from landscape to sculpture to typography (literally the signs on the road). It is this almost-random, but certainly omnivorous, interest in design that allows a reprint of the complete works of the Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio to sit on the same list as the surreal postcards of artist and Devo cofounder, musician Mark Mothersbaugh; a book on the houses of Eero and Eliel Saarinen next to photo books on polar icebergs, nocturnal animals, and even portraits taken by animals themselves. Forward and backward, but always looking sideways, it’s either the walk of the inebriated (see
Terminal Bar 
, p.󰀲󰀸) or a publisher that sees design everywhere and in the most unlikely places. And like any journeyer, we’re flattered and grateful to have you, our fellow readers, along for the trip.Kevin LippertPublisher
 
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Princeton Architectural Press
8
 Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia
10
 The Chef Says
12
 Worn Stories
14
 PetCam
16
 Nocturne
18
 Who Built That? Modern Houses
19
 Who Built That? Skyscrapers
20
 Henri Matisse: Meet the Artist!
21
 Meet the Artist! series
22
 Hollywood Frame by Frame
24
 San Francisco, Portrait of a City 󰀱󰀹󰀴󰀰–󰀱󰀹󰀶󰀰
26
 Melting Away
28
 Terminal Bar
30
 Infographic Designers’ Sketchbooks
32
 Grafica della Strada
34
 Beautiful Users
36
 Come Together
38
 Saarinen Houses
40
 House+Site
42
 MOS
43
 Mellon Square
44
 The Buildings and Designs of Andrea Palladio
45
 Duke University, second edition
46
 Local Architecture
47
 
Paper + Goods
69
 Backlist
120
 Index
125
 Rights Information
126
 Order Information

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