fine books since 1981

Publisher’s Note
We spend a lot of time worrying about formats: hardcover or
paperback, ebook or not, and all the materials, opportunities,
and constraints that accompany each (for example, hardcover
with dust jacket; paperback with flaps; ePub, iBook, or PDF
in electronic format?). It’s part of the process of crafting our books
and trying to publish them in a way that offers the best possible
combination of beauty, accessibility, and price to attract reviewers,
booksellers, and, ultimately, you, our fellow readers. When I look
at this latest list of new titles, I’m half-tempted to say the formats
don’t really matter: the content—the ideas, the writing, the images,
the designs—are all so strong, irrepressible really, that they almost
burst out of whatever sausage casing we’ve stuffed them into.
But, of course, it does matter: making these decisions, whether
based on prior experience or personal or collective prejudices,
is an essential part of what we do, and the end results, the
“packages,” in industry parlance, are, more often than not, simply
perfect, in my biased opinion. I hope you’ll agree that all the titles
in this new catalog hit that sweet spot where beauty intersects
affordability, more evidence that books are still the best value
in entertainment (and education) today. What’s equally exciting
for me are the formats we’ve created for our new gift line
(p. 41), sets of notecards, journals, and sketchbooks that bring new
perspectives and pleasures to the words, images, and designs—
smart, attractive, and often a bit off the beaten track—that you’re
accustomed to seeing from Princeton Architectural Press.
I think of all these books as small works of art, and it delights
me to see them in frames of all different shapes and sizes.

Kevin Lippert
Publisher

Spring 2013
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04 Souvenir Nation
06 More Scenes from the Rural Life
08 Prospect Park
10 The Designer Says
12 Draw Your Own Alphabets
14 Nelson Byrd Woltz: Landscapes
16 Casa Alta
18 The Greenest Home
20 Art Parks
22 We Sit Together
24 Houses of Maine
26 Theater of Architecture
28 Local Architecture
30 Landprints
32 Tree Gardens
33 Young Architects 14
34 New Public Works
34 Modern American Housing
35 American City X
36 University of Massachusetts Amherst
37 Pamphlet Architecture 33
38 75 Artist Books: The Kaldewey Press, New York
Hyphen Press

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Richard Hollis Designs for the Whitechapel

PAPress Gift Line

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Bird Watching and Other Nature
Observations: Journal
Nests & Eggs Notecards
Woodcut Notecards
What Did I Buy Today?: Journal
Vintage Typography Notecards
Paula Scher MAPS: New York / Paris / London:
Three Mini Journals

51 Backlist
97 Index
102 Order Information

Perennial Bestsellers

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Thinking with Type
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Drawing from Life
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The Map as Art
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You Are Here
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Souvenir Nation
Relics, Keepsakes, and Curios from the Smithsonian’s
National Museum of American History
William L. Bird, Jr.

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Buried within the collection of the Smithsonian
Institution’s National Museum of American History
exists an astonishing group of historical relics from the
pre–Revolutionary War era to the present day, many
of which have never been on display. Donated to the
museum by generations of souvenir collectors, these
ordinary objects of extraordinary circumstance all
have amazing tales to tell about their roles in American
history. Souvenir Nation presents fifty of the museum’s
most eccentric objects—from a chunk broken off
Plymouth Rock to the magnifying glass used to examine
the infamous hanging chads of the 2000 presidential
election. Smithsonian curator William L. Bird, Jr.,
regales us with the story of each artifact’s origins and
the quirks of fate that brought it to the Smithsonian.
Strikingly photographed, these curious objects form
a uniquely American narrative: a cabinet of curiosities
representing our nation’s most fascinating individuals,
both celebrated and obscure, and the keepsakes
they left behind.
• Objects include a lock of Andrew Jackson’s hair,
a dish towel used as the flag of truce to end the Civil War,
the microphones used by FDR for his Fireside Chats,
and the chairs that seated Nixon and Kennedy in their
1960 television debate
• Many of the objects have never been exhibited
• An accompanying exhibition opens in Washington,
D.C.’s Smithsonian Castle in fall 2013

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• Includes an introductory essay on America’s passion
for souvenir collecting, as well as a brief history and
a glimpse behind the scenes of the Smithsonian
• William L. Bird Jr., a Washington, D.C.–based curator
at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of
American History, is the author of the PAPress books
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fragment of Trenton’s triumphal arch, these early souvenirs are ordinary objects of extraor-

t h e t r i u m ph a l
sou v en ir

dinary circumstance. They may celebrate an experience, an achievement, or nothing of
any obvious significance, for their only allegiance is to memory. They might be known as

relics, mementos, keepsakes, or curios; each term has specific connotations. A relic, for
example, may be viewed as magical or mystical, but its primary power lies in the perception that it is actual and real. A keepsake or memento usually is invested with personal,
emotional qualities. The term curio, derived from curiosity, refers to a thing of inherent
interest. Often featured as attractions in nineteenth-century museums, curios bridged the

any years ago, while I was working on an exhibit about George

distinctions between education and entertainment. Whether a relic, memento, keepsake,

Washington, a chance encounter with a relic sparked my curiosity about

or curio, each item acquired significance from the act of taking that made it a souvenir.2

the things that people save. In my role as a curator at the Smithsonian’s

The souvenirs in this book represent that very human act. While such criteria might

National Museum of American History, I arranged to borrow a group of

apply to anything acquired by a museum, the Smithsonian was not the first but the second

Washington-related items from the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association. One of the objects

collector of record for the objects in this collection.

that came my way was a small piece of wood pasted with a handwritten paper note. The

A case in point is the story of the traveling calling card of the Smithsonian’s

wood and note lived in a plastic sandwich bag closed with a red seal. The inscription read:

benefactor, James Smithson. This card was once part of a group of historical relics and
expedition artifacts held by the United States Patent Office in Washington, DC, in the

Piece of the triumphal arch under which George Washington passed in

early portion of the nineteenth century. (These objects were later to became part of the

Trenton, on his way to New York to be inaugurated first President of the

National Museum of American History collections). The card became a souvenir when

United States. Presented by Chas. Hunt. Trenton. Oct. 1891.

it was taken from the Patent Office by its curator, John Varden, who gave it to his friend

Who was Charles Hunt? A Trenton employee of the Pennsylvania Railroad.And

years later Smithson’s card came to the Smithsonian with a note of explanation written

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Caleb Bentley, a silversmith and the first postmaster of Brookeville, Maryland.3 Many

what was happening at Trenton in October 1891? The construction of the Trenton Battle

on its reverse that attributed it to Varden and Bentley—a souvenir, twice removed. [Fig. 1]

Monument commemorating the first Battle of Trenton, a 1776 Revolutionary War victory

The term historical artifact has replaced the word relic in today’s museum nomen-

for the Americans. Aside from such questions of attribution, the very existence of this

clature, and souvenirs are no longer made but purchased. This long transition in curatorial

inscribed wooden fragment seemed a triumph—a triumphal souvenir.1

thought and practice can be traced through the story of the Smithsonian’s origins. The

Purchased without further thought from a postcard rack or a shelf in a gift shop,

creation of an emergent class of American professional scientists, the National Museum,

the souvenirs that we collect today are the material descendants of earlier objects that

organized under the administrative umbrella of the Smithsonian in the nineteenth century,

reveal how Americans thought about the past and how it would be saved. Like the

was not initially known for its collection of historical relics. Even before the Smithsonian

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1830

Plymouth Rock fragment
—— p ly m o u T h , m a S S aC h u S e T T S ——
Gift of the heirs of Mrs. Virginia L. W. Fox, 1911

As a relic, this fragment of Plymouth Rock has
everything going for it—a painted provenance
featuring a lineal descendant of Governor
William Bradford of Plymouth Colony—and
even the date and time when it was chipped from
the “Mother Rock.” As a geological specimen,
Plymouth Rock is a terminal moraine composed
of granite with quartz veins. The rock was once a
boulder-sized, glacial erratic standing out on the
otherwise smooth and sandy shoreline of present day Plymouth, Massachusetts. According to
oral tradition, the Mayflower Pilgrims landed
on or near the rock in 1620. Contemporary
accounts of the landing however, make no mention of a rock. In 1741 Thomas Faunce, a town
historian, minister and acquaintance of the
first Pilgrims, recalled hearing the story as a
boy. Only recently Faunce had learned of a plan
to cover the rock with a wharf on Plymouth’s
bustling commercial waterfront. Identifying the
rock as the Pilgrim’s landing spot, Fraunce asked
that the it not be removed from sight. Thereafter,
Plymouth Rock became the focus of Founder’s
Day orations commemorating the landing of the
Pilgrims in 1620.
In 1774 well-meaning antiquarians
attempted to relocate the rock from the shore to
the protection of the Plymouth town square. A
team of twenty oxen harnessed for the removal
accidentally cleft the rock in two along a

horizontal quartz vein. The topmost portion of
the rock continued on to the town square while
the bottom portion remained behind on the
shore. The fragment pictured here is believed to
have been “Broken from the Mother Rock,” the
name given to the shoreline rock to distinguish
it from its breakaway in-town offspring. In
1880 the Pilgrim Society of Plymouth reunited
offspring and Mother rocks, cementing them
together in a monumental enclosure that had
been made for the Mother Rock in 1867. In 1920
the Pilgrim Society moved the entire assemblage a short distance to a new protective cage
in a waterfront promenade where it may be seen
today. Plymouth Rock is often described as a
figural gateway, an entry point marking passage
from the old world to the new.1 While no noticeable pieces have been taken from it since 1880,
earlier pieces and fragments may be found in
museums and private collections. None, however, bear such an inscription. This fragment
belonged to Gustavus Vasa Fox, a New England
antiquarian, diplomat and Assistant Secretary
of the Navy. In 1866 President Andrew Johnson
dispatched Fox to Russia to convey the
President’s congratulations to Tsar Alexander
II who had escaped an assassination plot. Fox’s
Plymouth Rock came to the museum along with
his extensive collection of Russian state and
diplomatic gifts. It is not known how or from

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S ou venir N ation
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1885

Souvenir statue of Liberty
Enlightening the World

1824

Lady’s glove with a portrait of Lafayette
—— N e w yo r k , N e w yo r k ——
Gift of Mrs. E. M. Chapman, 1912

—— N e w yo r k , N e w yo r k ——
Committee of the Statue of Liberty, 1885

This is one of the first models of Liberty cast
in the United States. Often described as the
American Committee Model, the statuette
was produced in the tens of thousands for sale
to subscribers to finance construction of a
pedestal for the statue on an island in New York
harbor. Based upon the design of the French
sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi, and
with Bartholdi’s full cooperation, miniature
statuettes were produced in six and twelve-inch
sizes. A national newspaper campaign led by
Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World advertised
statuettes for sale for one dollar for the six-inch
model seen here, or five dollars for a twelveinch version. Richard Butler, a New York-based
rubber manufacturer, chaired the American
Committee of the Statue of Liberty and oversaw
the models’ production. Butler worked closely

The Marquis de Lafayette travelled the
country on a “Farewell Tour” from 1824 to
1825. The outpouring of public affection
for the Revolutionary hero and friend and
companion of Washington left a trail
of commemorative silk ribbons, transfer
print ceramics, household wares and
gloves emblazoned with Lafayette’s likeness.
The popularity of commemorative
gloves proved a special conundrum for

with Bartholdi as his American agent to raise
the subscription fund for the construction
of the pedestal—and in all matters related to
Bartholdi’s statue including the models. In both
sizes, the figure of Liberty may be easily placed
on her pedestal, allowing the subscriber to
figuratively complete the construction for
which the fund was applied. Butler’s campaign
was wildly successful in disseminating
likenesses of Liberty throughout the United
States and the world. The campaign turned
the figure into a household souvenir while
raising more than enough money for the
construction of a monumental stone pedestal
through which visitors ascended to the statue’s
crown and torch.4 The finished monument,
“Liberty Enlightening the World,” was dedicated
October 28, 1886.

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the “Nation’s Guest” who was shocked
to see his portrait on the hands of the ladies
he was obliged to accept with a kiss. When
offered a gloved hand at a ball in Philadelphia,
Lafayette “murmur[ed] a few graceful
words to the effect that he did not care to kiss
himself, he [then] made a very low bow, and
the lady passed on.”4 The glove pictured
here has lost its provenance. It was perhaps
separated from its mate as

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More Scenes from the Rural Life

More Scenes
f rom the

Rural
Life
Verlyn Klinkenborg

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Verlyn Klinkenborg’s regular column, The Rural
Life, is one of the most read and beloved in the
New York Times. Since 1997, he has written
eloquently on every aspect, large and small, of life
on his upstate New York farm, including his animals,
the weather and landscape, and the trials and
rewards of physical labor, as well as broader issues
about agriculture and land use behind farming
today. Klinkenborg’s pieces are admired as much for
their poetic writing as for their insight: peonies are
“the sheepdog of flowers,” dry snow “tumbles off the
angled end of the plow-blade as if each crystal were
completely independent, almost charged with static
electricity,” and land is most valuable “for its silence,
its freedom from language.” Klinkenborg writes
with a grace and understanding that makes us more
aware of the world around us, whether we live on
a farm or in the middle of a city. More Scenes from
the Rural Life gathers together 150 of his best
pieces since his last collection, The Rural Life,
was published a decade ago. For anybody with an
appreciation of nature, language, or both, this
book is certain to delight.
• Popular The Rural Life column appears on the
New York Times Op-Ed page

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• Features illustrations by Nigel Peake, best-selling
author of In the Wilds
• Author of Several Short Sentences on Writing,
recently published by Knopf

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• Has taught creative writing at Harvard University,
Pomona College, Bard College, and Columbia
University
• Klinkenborg is the author of The Rural Life,
Making Hay, The Last Fine Time, and Timothy:
Or Notes of an Abject Reptile

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Year One

04.05.02
A couple of months ago, I began getting up at four in the morning. I’d
been reading a lot of William Cobbett (see Appendix), who believed
that an hour in the morning was worth two in the afternoon. His idea
of morning began at four. I don’t usually imitate the lives of the writers I
read—who would want to?—but for Cobbett, I was willing to make an
exception. Once, when he was living in America, he met a wagon-driver
who was surprised at how much Cobbett got done during the day. A
born explainer, Cobbett said, “I rise early, go to bed early, eat sparingly,
never drink any thing stronger than small beer, shave once a day, and
wash my hands and face clean three times a day, at the very least.” The
driver said, “that was too much to think of doing.”
The dogs are thrilled to get up at four, because it means they can
run around outside for a few minutes, have their breakfast, and be back
in bed by four fifteen. For a few weeks in mid-winter, I had the early
morning darkness all to myself. The February sun seemed as lazy as that
American driver. But week by week, the darkness has eroded, crumbling
sooner and sooner every morning. And when dawn comes, the turkeys
come with it.
They slip out of the woods in the middle pasture, a flock of twentysome birds almost every morning. Some days they scratch their way
slowly downhill, stopping here and there to wipe their feet the way the

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Year Three

03.09.04
You don’t really notice a skunk’s smell. It notices you. It loiters in the
air, nearly sentient, waiting to knock you down, strong enough to make
you wonder how a skunk can smell anything but itself. I walked into a
fresh scent on my way to the barn one morning just past. There were no
tracks or signs of digging in the snow. But in the warmth of that afternoon I heard the sound of bees, and I saw where the sound was coming
from. The skunk had attacked a corner of one of the hives in the night.
Its claws hadn’t done much damage, only enough to open a crack. The
bees were trying to patch it with propolis. They wouldn’t have been out
without the skunk’s provocation. But there was the answer to one of
winter’s most pressing questions: are the bees still strong in the hive?
A farm is naturally a place of bold scents, though most of them
seem to have been bottled up by the sharp cold of this past winter. A
thaw releases them. Late winter smells like a very old barnyard. It suddenly hits me how long it’s been since I cleaned the hen-house. But the
real sign of a February thaw is the skunks. They begin to come out into
the margins of daylight in the same week the highways start to heave
with frost. To drive around here is to feel your way along a lurching
roadway from one slick of skunk-scent to the next. Sometimes I pass a
skunk just changing its mind at the edge of my headlights. More often

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Prospect Park
Olmsted & Vaux’s Brooklyn Masterpiece
David P. Colley
Photographs by Elizabeth Keegin Colley

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Right in the heart of one of the nation’s most
densely populated urban areas sits an idyllic realm
of graceful meadows, dense woods, placid lakes,
and fresh air. Brooklyn’s 585-acre Prospect Park
offers a rural refuge to thousands of visitors every
day. Created nearly 150 years ago by Frederick Law
Olmsted and Calvert B. Vaux, designers of New
York’s Central Park, the duo considered Prospect
Park their true masterpiece. Prospect Park, the first
monograph on this exquisite public space, makes it
easy to see why. Presenting a wealth of archival and
newly commissioned photography and insightful
text, David P. Colley and Elizabeth Keegin Colley
trace the park’s colorful history from its creation
in the mid-nineteenth century to its decline in the
1970s and restoration in the 1980s, up to the park’s
new Lakeside Center facility, scheduled to open
in 2013.
• The first monograph on Prospect Park
• Prospect Park is New York City’s biggest and bestkept secret
• Presents Prospect Park as part of Brooklyn’s identity
at a time when all things Brooklyn are the rage
• Provides a national example of how diverse groups
can work together to restore a historic landscape

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• David P. Colley is an Easton, PA–based author of
several books. Elizabeth Keegin Colley is
a photographer whose images appear in numerous
magazines and newspapers.
• In addition to the contemporary photography by
Elizabeth Keegin Colley, features a trove of rarely
before seen archival photographs courtesy of
the Prospect Park Alliance

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Skyscrapers,
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The Designer Says
Quotes, Quips, and Words of Wisdom
compiled and edited by Sara Bader

Whether musing about the creative process, the
merits of failure and criticism, or the challenges of
keeping the studio lights on, designers make good—
and opinionated—copy. The Designer Says is a
compendium of quotations from more than one
hundred of history’s leading practitioners. Paired on
page spreads like guests at a dinner party, a designer
from the nineteenth century might sit next to one
working today or two contemporary designers may
strike up a conversation. Listen in as they compliment,
provoke, and one-up each other in this lively volume
of insights. This portable collection makes the perfect
gift for designers, students, and anyone curious
about the ideas and personalities that shape the art
of visual communication.
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• Featuring quotations from: Otl Aicher, Saul Bass,
Michael Bierut, Irma Boom, Robert Brownjohn,
Matthew Carter, Art Chantry, Ivan Chermayeff,
Seymour Chwast, Elaine Lustig Cohen, William
Drenttel, Charles and Ray Eames, Ed Fella, Alan
Fletcher, Adrian Frutiger, Eric Gill, Milton Glaser,
Jessica Helfand, Experimental Jetset, Ellen Lupton,
Karel Martens, Debbie Millman, László Moholy-Nagy,
Bruno Mari, Paul Rand, Michael Rock, Aleksandr
Rodchenko, Paula Scher, Kurt Schwitters, Erik
Spiekermann, Jan Tschichold, Massimo Vignelli,
and Hermann Zapf, among many others
• The second volume in the Words of Wisdom series
following The Architect Says

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• The first well-designed compendium that focuses on
the words of a range of graphic designers
• Sara Bader is a New York City–based writer, researcher,
and editor at Princeton Architectural Press. In 2010,
she launched the online archive Quotenik.com,
a growing library of verified quotes.

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T h e D e S I G N e R S ay S

T h e D e S I G N e R S ay S

Letters do love
one another.
However, due to
their anatomical
differences,
some letters
have a hard
time achieving
intimacy.

A good
alphabet is like
a harmonious
group of people
in which no one
misbehaves.

Ellen Lupton (1963– )

Jan Tschichold (1902–1974)

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T h e D e S I G N e R S ay S

I have a fantasy
in which I become
Type Czar of
the World and
eradicate all the
bad ones.

T h e D e S I G N e R S ay S

The more
uninteresting
a letter,
the more
useful it is
to the
typographer.
Piet Zwart (1885–1977)

Seymour Chwast (1931– )

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T h e D e S I G N e R S ay S

T h e D e S I G N e R S ay S

There is no other
color that is better
than black. There
are many others
that are appropriate
and happy, but
those colors belong
on flowers.

The fact that
you can create
a third color
out of two is
something that
never ceases
to excite me.
It’s nothing less
than a miracle!

Massimo Vignelli (1931 – )

Karel Martens (1939 – )

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Draw Your Own Alphabets
Thirty Fonts to Scribble, Sketch,
& Make Your Own
Tony Seddon

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8.25 x 9.25 in / 20.8 x 23.5 cm
160 pp / 140 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-126-8
$19.95
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There are many ways to make your writing feel
more personal, but none carries the charge of using
a custom-drawn font. Draw Your Own Alphabets
is a fun, hands-on workbook that teaches how
to create funky hand-lettered fonts sure to jump off
the page, poster, or screen. Presenting thirty
complete alphabets, custom-drawn in a variety of
styles by various young designers and illustrators,
this do-it-yourself guide demonstrates how to adapt
the letters and make them your own. Whether
you dip in and out of your favorite lettering styles,
or work through the book practicing various
alphabets, you’ll be creating your own fonts in no
time. A technical section shows how to put your
hand-drawn creations to practice—from transferring
letters to a computer and using them online to
mixing and matching different alphabets.
• Presents thirty examples of hand-drawn alphabets by
a range of designers working in a variety of styles
• Includes a technical section on scanning, uploading,
and preparing artwork for print
• Applications for hand-drawn fonts include creating
letterheads, greeting cards, and web graphics

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• Perfect next step for those who have graduated from
the Best Bubblewriter series of workbooks
• Tony Seddon is a freelance writer and designer based
in East Sussex, UK

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Typography
Sketchbooks
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PATTERN FRONT

hairy beast

DRAW YOUR OWN

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f there was ever a typeface that would look great in an illustrated children’s
book about, well, hairy things then this is it. The inspiration actually came from
the illustrator’s roommate, who had particularly hairy toes. Yeuch! Too much
information I think, but the font is very cute.

ANATOMY OF THE FONT

FONT FEATURES

The character of this humorous font lies
mainly in the hairy decoration and the addition
of toes at the terminals, but the irregular
qualities of the strokes also add a sense of
warmth and friendliness to the styling.

KEY FONT DETAILS
• The tail of the capital ‘Q’ crosses into
the counter
• The instroke of the capital ‘G’ noticeably
overhangs the stem

There is a significant
overhang on the instroke
of the ‘G’

NATURAL PARTNERS
• Given that this is such an obvious
candidate for use with material for children,
partner fonts should exhibit a high level of
readability. A simple font like VAG
Rounded will work, as will the
extremely versatile Frutiger.

And add whatever
embellishments you
want to make
it unique!
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pat t e r n f ro nt

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KNIT

seVeN O’CLOCK shaDOW

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e’re not sure if it’s actually possible to knit this font for real, but it would
make for an interesting challenge. Personally I’d rather draw it than knit it,
and designer Vanessa Hamilton clearly knows her box stitch from her basket
weave. This is one of the more geometric fonts in the book.

ANATOMY OF THE FONT

ANATOMY OF THE FONT

• The cross strokes vary in width in order to
incorporate the necessary features of the
more detailed glyphs
• The bowls are stepped rather than curved

the alphabets

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NATURAL PARTNERS
• This is a font with a lot of visual presence,
so complimentary fonts need to exhibit a
distinct contrast. You can use the weight of
a font like Unit Black or Unit Light
to achieve this contrast.

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Lower case characters exhibit
a distinct increase in stem
weight nearer the baseline

s e ve n o ’ c lo c k s h a d o w

CUPID

FILLED PATTERN

H

his distinctly retro font by an emerging young designer is based on the once
maligned, but newly cool, Cooper Black typeface. Born from a love of excessive
scribbling, the pattern has a kind of ’70s pop magazine meets the Grateful Dead
look. Younger readers can resort to Google if that means nothing to them.

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eavy block typefaces are not always synonymous with delicacy, but illustrator
Tonwen Jones wanted to create a font that baulked that trend. Curiously, the
disproportionately tiny wings and passing clouds provide the font with an angelic
quality that would otherwise be absent.

FONT FEATURES

ANATOMY OF THE FONT

A variable alignment to the baseline helps
to give this font the impression that it’s
hovering in the air. The wing-like
embellishments vary in size and position
from glyph to glyph, creating a charming
sense of animated movement.

FONT FEATURES

The use of Cooper Black as the main outline
for this kitsch-pop font is spot on as the
chunky serifs and voluptuous curves are made
to accommodate the patterns and added
decoration. Cooper Black was actually
designed in the 1920s, but curiously looks
very 1970s in style.

Some glyphs
have much larger
decorative details

KEY FONT DETAILS

KEY FONT DETAILS
• Decorative embellishments vary between
characters, with some carrying only
patterned fill

There is little
or no consistency
in stem weights

NATURAL PARTNERS
• To keep the fun retro theme going you could
try pairing with Souvenir, another font
that’s regained a degree of popularity in
recent years. Alternatively, take a look at
the expanded weights of Folio.

• This is a one-off font, but many sans serif
text fonts such as Univers could partner
it well. You could also try a slab serif such
as Rockwell (look at the upper case I).

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KEY FONT DETAILS

• Geometric fonts such as Franklin
Gothic or Futura will certainly make
suitable partners for this unsual take on font
design, but it’s such a one off that most any
geometric sans serif could work.

NATURAL PARTNERS

the alphabets

The middle apex of the
‘W’ is very short compared
with the cap height

• The cap ‘W’ features a very low central apex
that almost merges with the outer stems
• The stems to the left of each character are
much thicker than those on the right

NATURAL PARTNERS

• Counters are rounded for some glyphs
(D, O, P, and Q) and squared for others
(A, B, and R)
• Cloud embellishments mean letter spacing
must be kept very loose

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FONT FEATURES

The forward-angled stress of this casually
amorphous font gives away its origins as
a more formal script face. The caps show
a weight bias to the left, whilst the lower
case letters tend towards being slightly
bottom heavy, anchoring the characters
solidly to the baseline.

Diagonals and bowls
are necessarily stepped,
with distinct variations in
stroke weight

KEY FONT DETAILS

ANATOMY OF THE FONT

the alphabets

ave Pentland is fortunate to work in a sea-front studio in Brighton, UK, and
early one evening he noticed shadows creeping up the walls of some nearby
Victorian buildings as the sun set. A simple script font that he was working on
at the time immediately morphed into Seven O’Clock Shadow.

FONT FEATURES

Another out-and-out novelty font, Knit is
surprisingly legible, given the high level of
decorative detailing used in the design. This is
largely due to the highly geometric character
shapes which fit to a regular grid.

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FTI-64

Some glyphs, such as the
‘Q’, feature a much larger
proportion of embellishments
than others

f i l l e d pat t e r n

SLIME

DRAW YOUR OWN

D

esigner Lee Suttey likes to sketch when he’s trying to form ideas for graphic
design commissions. He also likes to sketch when he’s trying to avoid working.
This font is composed of characters selected from his collection of doodled glyphs
and is perfect for projects where the pen must be mightier than the mouse.

ANATOMY OF THE FONT

FONT FEATURES

FTI-64 has a great illustrative feel to it
because of the retention of the pencil shading
on the 3D characters. The font can be used
comfortably for a wide range of applications.

Stem protrudes
slightly beyond the cap
height on some glyphs

KEY FONT DETAILS
• Diagonal strokes and stems vary in width
and are slightly curved
• Some glyphs curve inwards at the baseline

NATURAL PARTNERS
• A sans serif or slab serif font would partner
this font well as a choice for accompanying
text. Try Dax, which has similar qualities
to the basic forms of FTI-64, or perhaps
Glypha which is a characterful slab.

Strokes are often curved
with an inward movement at
the baseline

And add whatever
embellishments you
want to make
it unique!
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the alphabets

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Nelson Byrd Woltz: Landscapes
Warren T. Byrd Jr., Thomas L.Woltz,
and Stephen Orr, editor

Award-winning landscape architecture firm
Nelson Byrd Woltz is celebrated for projects that,
in addition to their sheer beauty, frequently trigger
a cascade of positive ecological benefits: depleted
landscapes brought back to life by reintroducing
native plant species; the resurgence of local animals;
and the restoration of damaged ecosystems made
possible through unconventional, cross-disciplinary
collaborations with scientists, sociologists, artists,
biologists, and others who share their dedication
to the stewardship of the land. Nelson Byrd Woltz:
Landscapes presents twelve examples of the firm’s
innovative brand of sustainable design. Divided
into four sections—Garden, Community, Park,
and Farm—they range in scope from residential
gardens to a large-scale sheep-and-cattle station
along the coast of New Zealand. These unforgettable
landscapes are both an open invitation to gather
together and a much-needed contribution to the
health of our cities, farms, and wildlands.

Shipping March 2013

8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
240 pp / 275 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-114-5
$60.00 / £40.00

• Projects include the recently opened Flight 93
National Memorial in Shanksville, PA; the Asia
Trail at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C.; the
restoration of the Dell at the University of Virginia;
Citygarden in St. Louis, MO; private gardens in
New York and Connecticut; and the Medlock Ames
vineyards in Sonoma, CA

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• Each project includes a watercolor plan and a
materials and plants list
• Includes a workbook providing an extensive resource
on the firm’s landscaping details and features,
with images grouped under the categories of Water,
Plants, and Stone

Also Available . . .

• Exceptional photography illustrates how the firm
rigorously expresses their design concepts

Andrea Cochran
978-1-56898-812-2
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Pamela Burton
Landscapes
978-1-56898-965-5
$50.00 / £32.00
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Nelson Byrd Woltz: L ANdSCAPES

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The dell at the University of Virginia

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Water

top:
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odisitiunt fuga. Erum ipienimus et laut qui
blam essit odisitiunt fuga.
bottom:
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odisitiunt fuga. Erum ipienimus et laut qui
blam essit odisitiunt fuga.
opposite:
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odisitiunt blam fuga.

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Asia Trail

top:
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odisitiunt fuga. Erum ipienimus et laut qui
blam essit odisitiunt fuga.
bottom:
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odisitiunt fuga. Erum ipienimus et laut qui
blam essit odisitiunt fuga.
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odisitiunt blam fuga.

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Casa Alta
An Andalusian Paradise
Elizabeth McMillan

Shipping January 2013

8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm
192 pp / 175 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-137-4
$50.00 / £30.00
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When San Franciscans Victor Carrasco and
Elizabeth McMillan bought their dream home in
1978, an abandoned courtyard house in a small
Andalusian village in Southern Spain, they had
little idea of the adventure ahead of them, beyond
the immediate task of restoring an old building
in poor condition. In addition to lacking modern
amenities like plumbing and electricity, the fifteenthcentury Casa Alta featured a partly caved-in roof, a
cracked facade, and a collapsed central arcade. What
attracted the intrepid couple was not the structural
mayhem facing them, but the spaces the three-footthick whitewashed walls enclosed, including two
large courtyards, panoramic views of the landscape,
and the ineffable history of a house that dates back
to Roman times. Casa Alta presents the breathtaking
results of a nearly three-decade-long labor of love.
Stunning photographs capture the lived-in details
of the house—part sanctuary and part labyrinth—
from vibrant tiles and textiles to calming plants
and pools. Bursting with color, pattern, light, and
texture, Casa Alta is a fount of creative inspiration
and an extraordinarily moving personal story
sure to captivate anyone who has ever dreamed of
renovating a historic home.

9 781616 891374

• Features gorgeous images by acclaimed
photographer Richard Barnes

Also Available . . .

• Includes written contributions by John Loomis
(author of Revolution of Forms), architect Antonio
Ortiz, poet Jacobo Cortines, and the late Victor
Carrasco
• Appeals to interiors and lifestyle audiences
• Dual-language edition (English and Spanish)
• Author and philanthropist Elizabeth McMillan
splits her time between her home in San Francisco
and Casa Alta

Alvar Aalto
Houses
978-1-61689-081-0
$35.00 / £21.99

Contemporary
Classical
978-1-61689-088-9
$60.00 / £38.00

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The Greenest Home
Superinsulated and Passive House Design
Julie Torres Moskovitz

Passive is the new green. Passive Houses—well
insulated, virtually airtight buildings—can decrease
home heating consumption by an astounding 90
percent, making them not only an attractive choice
for prospective homeowners, but also the right choice
for a sustainable future. The Greenest Home showcases
eighteen of the world’s most attractive Passive Houses
by forward-thinking architects such as Bernheimer
Architecture, Olson Kundig Architects, and Onion
Flats, among many others. Each case study consists of
a detailed project description, plans, and photographs.
An appendix lists helpful technical information.
Including a mix of new construction and retrofit
projects built in a variety of site conditions, The
Greenest Home is an inspiring sourcebook for architects
and prospective homeowners, as well as a useful tool
for students, and builders alike.

Shipping May 2013

8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm
192 pp / 250 color / 50 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-124-4
$45.00 / £27.99

• Follow-up to the successful PAPress book The Green
House, with style-book crossover appeal

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• Passive House is the most stringent building energy
standard in the world

54500
9 781616 891244

• Passive Houses are warmed not only by the sun,
but also by heat from appliances and even occupants’
own bodies
• Includes projects in ME, NY, PA, KS, RI, and CT,
as well as France, Japan, Canada, Belgium, and
Switzerland
• The Passive House’s basic tenets—insulation and air
sealing—can also be used by owners of existing homes
to boost energy efficiency and savings

Also Available . . .

• Author and architect Julie Torres Moskovitz has
retrofitted the first certified New York City Passive
House in Park Slope, Brooklyn

The Green House
978-1-56898-950-1
$24.95 / £16.99

Sustainable Design
978-1-56898-941-9
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Art Parks
A Guide to America’s Sculpture Parks
and Gardens
Francesca Cigola

Whether located in the heart of a metropolis
such as Chicago or on sprawling fields in the
countryside, sculpture parks and gardens have
become increasingly popular destinations for art
and nature lovers alike. These art parks offer visitors
a unique opportunity to interact with large-scale
works designed for quiet contemplation in natural
landscapes. Art Parks is the first comprehensive
guide to North America’s most important outdoor
sculpture parks. Parks are divided into chapters
thematically and by region, with four maps that
locate parks within each geographic area. Each of the
fifty-seven locations—from large-scale parks in the
countryside to small urban gardens and corporate
sculpture collections—is described in detail and
beautifully photographed. With its handy flexibind
format, it is equally at home in the traveler’s
backpack or on the sculpture lover’s side table.

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6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
224 pp / 140 color
Flexibind
978-1-61689-129-9
$35.00 / £21.99

• First comprehensive guide to sculpture parks in
North America

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• Features works by Louise Bourgeois, Alexander
Calder, Olafur Eliasson, Alberto Giacometti,
Andy Goldsworthy, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt,
Roy Lichtenstein, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi,
and Richard Serra, among others

53500
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• An appendix provides capsule summaries of fortysix additional parks

Also Available . . .

• Locations span the United States and Canada, with
parks in MA, NY, NJ, CT, MD, D.C., OH, MI, IL, IA,
MN, CO, CA, WA, TX, MS, AL, TN, and SC
• Francesca Cigola is an Italian architect and writer
based in New York City

Large Scale
978-1-61689-084-1
$40.00 / £25.00
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The National
Park Architecture
Sourcebook
978-1-56898-742-2
$40.00 / £25.00
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We Sit Together
Utopian Benches from the Shakers to
the Separatists of Zoar
Francis Cape

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6.5 x 8.5 in /17 x 22 cm
112 pp / 55 1-color / 15 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-159-6
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Whether for protest, religious congress,
companionship, eating, or comfort, sitting
communally remains one of the most powerful
and prevalent of human social activities. This simple
act held special significance in numerous utopian
communities that emerged in nineteenth-century
America, and was given physical presence in the
form of a variety of styles of wooden benches.
Fascinated by these expressions of harmony and
equality, renowned British artist Francis Cape
sought out and made measured drawings of remaining examples. We Sit Together presents twenty-five of
Cape’s beautifully reconstructed benches drawn
from twenty utopian sects—active from 1732 to
the present—ranging from well-known communities
like the Shakers to more obscure groups like the
Separatists of Zoar. Featuring crisp photographs and
lovingly handmade drawings, this rarely seen slice
of Americana will appeal to the collector, woodworker, student of American history, or anyone who
just likes to take a seat.

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• Communal societies represented: Shakers (ME);
Church Communities International, Woodcrest (NY);
Ephrata Cloister (PA); Camphill Village, Kimberton
Hills (PA); Snow Hill Nunnery (PA); Separatists of
Zoar (OH); Society of True Inspiration, Amana (IA);
Hutterites (MT); and Twin Oaks (VA)

52495
9 781616 891596

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• Includes a written description of each bench, a
measured drawing, and an explanation of how
the social or religious organization of the utopian
community influenced its design
• The twenty-five unpainted and carved benches were
built from poplar grown near Francis Cape’s studio
in Narrowsburg, NY

Woodcut
978-1-61689-048-3
$29.95 / £19.99

Oak
978-1-61689-032-2
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Houses of Maine
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Matthew and Elizabeth Elliott

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8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
176 pp / 200 color / 20 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-122-0
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“There have been many influences for us over the
years but the defining factor in our firm’s work
is that we practice architecture in Maine, amidst
extraordinary and ordinary beauty.” Although
it has become something of a cliché for architects
to say they pay close attention to a building’s site
and surroundings, for Elliott + Elliott Architecture,
residing, working, and building along Maine’s
rugged coast has translated not only into refreshing
architectural forms whose roots in tradition are
clear, but also into collaborative processes with local
builders and artisans, in the spirit of the shipbuilders
and craftsmen of the state’s history. Featuring six of
their most emblematic residential projects, Houses
of Maine demonstrates that, in the right hands, the
rough-around-the-edges individualism and often
harsh natural environment for which this coast is
known allow for a balanced, serene, and vernacular
architecture whose links with the past create nothing
less than a confidently optimistic preview of the
region’s architectural future.
• Offers an in-depth look at six houses, from the
celebrated House on Casco Bay (a modern update
to a nineteenth-century Cape Cod) to Pond House
(a Mount Desert Island summer cottage inspired
by local fishing shacks)
• Will appeal to lovers of contemporary New England
architecture or those who just dream of living there;
and reach a similar audience to Tom Kundig:
Houses and Houses 2
• Husband-and-wife team of Matthew and Elizabeth
Elliott formed Elliott + Elliott Architecture in 1993

Yankee Modern
978-1-56898-817-7
$40.00 / £25.00
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Colonial Revival
Maine
978-1-56898-449-0
$39.95 / £28.00
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Theater of Architecture
Hugh Hardy

Architect Hugh Hardy is the quintessential New Yorker.
His irrepressible love of the city animates all of his
work, which can be found in many of the city’s most
beloved institutions: the magnificently restored Radio
City Music Hall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s
Harvey Theater, the New York Botanical Garden, the
cafe at Bryant Park, and the renovated New Victory
and New Amsterdam theaters on Forty-Second Street,
among others. It is no coincidence that so many of these
projects have been theatrical. Hardy began his career
working under celebrated scenic designer Jo Mielziner,
and his career has ever since embodied his fascination
with how people come together in public spaces as a
form of theatrical display. Theater of Architecture gathers
twenty of Hardy’s projects, both within New York City
and beyond its borders, to frame a candid discussion
about the collaborations, challenges, and strategies that
gave rise to each design, illuminating of all the factors
that combine to create memorable architecture.
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978-1-61689-131-2
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• Includes three new theater projects in New York City:
the Clare Tow Theater (built atop Lincoln Center’s
Vivian Beaumont Theater); BAM’s just-completed
Richard B. Fisher Building; and the first permanent
home for Theatre for a New Audience
• Each project essay includes one or more interviews
with clients and collaborators by Mildred Friedman,
the former editor of Design Quarterly at the Walker
Art Center
• Projects outside New York City include the National
Baseball Hall of Fame and the Glimmerglass Opera
in Cooperstown, NY; the Federal courthouse
in Jackson, MS; and the Botanical Research Institute
of Texas in Fort Worth
• Hugh Hardy has won numerous national awards,
including the General Services Administration’s
Commissioner’s Award for Excellence in Public
Architecture

Bing Thom
Works
978-1-56898-959-4
$65.00 / £37.50

Tom Kundig:
Houses 2
978-1-61689-040-7
$55.00 / £35.00

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Conversation

Theater of Architecture

New Amsterdam
New York, New York

Conversation

New Amsterdam

Conversation

Theater of Architecture

LEGEND

National Baseball Hall of Fame

Theater of Architecture

PLACE

Radio City Music Hall

Theater of Architecture

TIME 137

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The New Amsterdam was conceived by Klaw &
Erlanger, a powerhouse team of early-twentiethcentury Broadway producers. Their 1903 theater
was more resplendent than any other on FortySecond Street, but by 1936 it stood abandoned.
The main support columns were left open to
the elements after an incomplete investigation
of its steel structure. Sustained by leaks in the
roof, mushrooms grew on the orchestra floor.
The theater had been built by Marcus Klaw and
A.L. Erlanger to be their most significant architectural
achievement, its main 2,100-seat hall constructed
for spectacle with an uncommonly large stage. But
the initial production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream
was an overproduced box-office failure, and few
subsequent productions were successful until Florenz
Ziegfeld, Jr., made it his home for the Ziegfeld Follies
in 1913. Above the main auditorium was a second
theater, reached by elevator, that originally featured
flexible seating and glass window walls that looked
out over the surrounding city. There The Midnight
Frolic was staged for the delight of those who sought
risqué nightlife. While frankly commercial in intent,
the New Amsterdam was also built for quality of
experience, with amenities rare for the period and a
dedication to artistic surroundings that represented
a growing desire in the middle class for luxury.
By 1982 the New Amsterdam had become a scene
of ruin. Its two stacked theaters, each with a
glorious history, had both suffered abandonment.
One quadrant of the ceiling in the main hall had
collapsed, decorative plasterwork was missing or
decomposing, seating boxes had been removed for
film projection, and some murals were falling off or
had disappeared. The seats were gone and three
feet of water filled the basement. So much plaster
had fallen that it was impossible to use the stairwells.
Although the rooftop theater retained its stage, its
roof leaked, its rigging was unusable, and its interior
was stripped of all furnishings. The main theater’s
entrance lobby had lost its lighting fixtures and a
faux-stained-glass painted ceiling had been shattered.
Almost every surface needed to be replaced.

Rebecca Robertson
Former president of the 42nd
Street Development Project
MF: Why was Disney such an
important factor in the rebirth
of Forty-Second Street?
RR: We needed an entertainment
tenant with real credibility to
convince the world that the new
plan for Forty-Second Street—
which combined art, entertainment,
tourism, and commerce—was
viable financially and could
succeed. Even though the actual
frontage of the New Amsterdam
theater on the eight-hundred-footlong block of Forty-Second Street
between Broadway and Eighth
Avenue was just twenty feet, its
impact in convincing investors,
politicians, and the public that
Forty-Second Street was no longer
the Deuce was astounding.
MF: Why did Michael Eisner so
strongly support the project?
RR: He was brought to the New
Amsterdam by his board member
Robert A.M. Stern, who was also
one of the architects of the 42nd
Street Development Project’s
critically acclaimed 1992 plan for
the block. Disney was just entering
the Broadway producing business
(which they have done with great
success) and did not want to be
subject to the major theater owners
who controlled all of the Broadway
houses. They wanted their own
house. The “New Am” had been
at one time the best of the houses
and the home of the famed Ziegfeld

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National Baseball Hall of Fame
Cooperstown, New York

Stephen C. Clark established the National Baseball
Hall of Fame in 1939; it has since grown to include
seven buildings on Main Street in Cooperstown. Based
around the legend that the game of baseball began
with Abner Doubleday at Cooperstown’s modest
stadium, the Hall of Fame now attracts more than
350,000 visitors annually. The quintessential American
sport, baseball generates a blizzard of statistics and
ephemera. Exhibition material is artfully displayed
to preserve game scores and programs; players’
numbers, uniforms, and equipment; autographed
bats and balls; life-size images of personalities like
Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson; and illustrations of
various major-league ball parks. Each year, new Hall
of Famers are inducted into the chapel-like hall at the
center of the museum—a cause for major celebration.
With more than thirty-five thousand miscellaneous
artifacts, one hundred thirty thousand baseball cards,
and twenty-six million library items, this is a leading
cultural destination for people from all over the country.
The museum’s expansive growth had compromised
the internal logic of its original structures. Built over
time, its seven different buildings were stylistically
similar but separately organized. Mechanical systems
were patched together, inefficient, and inadequate.
Circulation was unwieldy and seemingly endless;
visitors were often more confused than enlightened
by their visits, and reconstruction was called for.
On the exterior, a modified Georgian facade had
undergone several revisions using matching
materials and details. In fact, the facade’s 182-footlong masonry expanse has nothing to do with
sports or a baseball stadium’s design—it is a direct
expression of Stephen Clark’s architectural taste. At
the same time, a violent contemporary architectural
gesture would now be no more welcome on Main
Street than a titanium-and-glass baseball with its
stitches made of some luminescent space-age
material. Our greatest challenge was to clarify the
facility’s circulation while remaining respectful of the
small scale of Cooperstown’s nineteenth-century
architecture. Therefore, with the exception of moving
one exterior wall toward the street to gain space for
a new three-story hall and the addition of a glass

Radio City Music Hall
New York, New York

Conversation

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Jane Forbes Clark II
President of the Clark Foundation
JC: I am president of the Clark
Foundation. The entire family
has an enormous interest still in
Cooperstown—the preservation of
Cooperstown as a wonderful place
to live. Our advertising campaign
is “America’s Perfect Village.” Even
more, we are very interested in
the well-being of the community
and the people who live there. And
I have major board positions in
all of the organizations my family
has founded over the years. I am
chairman of the Clark Estates
Corporation, which is a family
investment office in New York. And
we invest all the portfolios for all
the organizations there. We manage
their insurance issues and we
provide advice and management
oversight to all of those institutions
we call Clark affiliates.
They are all involved in
Cooperstown. We have a sports
center, an elder-care facility, two
hotels, a resort golf course, three
museums, two foundations. And we
also provide nine hundred—almost
a thousand—scholarships a year
to graduating high school students
from the Cooperstown school
district and the nine surrounding
school districts. So we do a lot.

Conversation

The story of Rockefeller Center is one of triumph:
staggering profit, critical acclaim, and public affection.
However, the project was initially castigated by
critics such as Lewis Mumford, who denounced with
salvos like: “If this is the best our architects can do
with freedom, they deserve to remain in chains.”
Such vituperation was equaled only by the opening
night of Radio City Music Hall in 1932—an even
more abject failure. Walter Lippmann, a respected
columnist, proclaimed that Radio City was like “a
great pedestal [built] to sustain a peanut.” The hall
was magnificent, but for all the power of its sound
amplification, performers appeared diminished in size,
reduced to ciphers against the giant curves of the
hall, which is the width of a city block. Today we have
astonishing levels of amplification, projections, and
video or LED images to enhance live performances.
Even so, the flamboyant stagings of circuses or rock
bands (or at the least, a Tony Bennett or a Bette Midler,
with the help of much technological enhancement)
are required to fully engage audiences at Radio City.
This story began in 1928, when John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., was drawn into acquiring a large plot of land half
a mile south of Central Park. Acting from concern
about how to protect family properties on East FiftyThird and Fifty-Fourth Street from development
that was quickly advancing up Fifth Avenue, he
became part of a syndicate proposing to build a
new Metropolitan Opera House between Forty-Eight
and Forty-Ninth Streets. The land was owned by
Columbia University, and the project was to be called
Metropolitan Square. An opera house would be the
centerpiece of a composition flanked by two office
buildings intended to provide subsidy for the opera.
From this modest beginning, Rockefeller Center’s
creation became a complex tale involving numerous
collaborators. It drew on the talents of eight architects
and designers under the guiding spirit of Rockefeller,
who envisioned a new urban center where business
offices, retail stores, and entertainment would all come
together to pursue profit in a planned environment.

Kent Barwick
Former president of the Municipal
Art Society and former chair of
the New York City Landmarks
Preservation Commission
KB: Rockefeller Center announced
in 1978 that after years of losing
money, it was going to close Radio
City Music Hall. The time for that
kind of entertainment and that size
of house had passed. There was
a public outcry of dismay, and the
Landmarks Commission calendared
it for a hearing to consider
making it an interior landmark.
As it happened, I was just coming in
as the new chair of the Landmarks
Commission, and my first real day
on the job was going to be the
hearing on Radio City Music Hall. In
the week prior to this hearing, my
predecessor, Beverly Moss Spatt,
announced her view (which she
later expressed in front of the whole
commission) that the landmarks
law was unconstitutional on its face
as it applied to theaters. She had
apparently come to this view after
discussions with Alton Marshall.
Al Marshall ran Rockefeller Center
in those days—he was a very
capable, powerful man who had
worked for Nelson Rockefeller
for years, including when Nelson
Rockefeller was the governor.
He was the governor’s secretary,
which is sort of the general head
of staff. He was a smart lawyer and
a powerful person and obviously a
representative of a very powerful
family, and so he persuaded Mrs.
Spatt, who chose the morning of
this public hearing to make this

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Local Architecture
Building Place, Craft, and Community
Brian MacKay-Lyons, edited by Robert McCarter

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In architecture, as in food, local is an idea whose time
has come. Of course, the idea of an architecture that
responds to site; draws on local building traditions,
materials, and crafts; and strives to create a sense of
community is not recent. Yet, the way it has evolved in
the past few years in the hands of some of the world’s
most accomplished architects is indeed defining a new
movement. From the rammed-earth houses of Rick Joy
and Pacific Northwest timber houses of Tom Kundig,
to the community-built structures of Rural Studio and
Francis Kéré, designers everywhere are championing
an architecture that exists from, in, and for a specific
place. The stunning projects, presented here in the first
book to examine this global shift, were featured at the
thirteenth and final Ghost conference held in 2011,
organized by Nova Scotia architect, educator, and local
practitioner Brian MacKay-Lyons. The result is the
most complete collection of contemporary regionalist
architecture available, with essays by early proponents
of the movement, including Kenneth Frampton,
Juhani Pallasmaa, and Pritzker Prize–winning architect
Glenn Murcutt.

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• Features the work of eighteen well-known regional
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Rural Studio, as well as critical texts by luminaries
Kenneth Frampton and Juhani Pallasmaa, and Pritzker
Prize–winning architect Glenn Murcutt
• Most comprehensive collection of regionalist
architecture and criticism available
• An essential resource for architects and students
• Brian MacKay-Lyons is principal of MacKay-Lyons
Sweetapple Architects and a professor at Dalhousie
University in Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Proceed and Be Bold
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Landprints
The Garden Designs of Bernard Trainor
Susan Heeger

Australian-born landscape designer Bernard Trainor
has made it his life’s work to capture the wild soul
of his adopted home of Northern California. Neither
a naturalist nor an architect, Trainor uses the tools
of both to create stunning large-scale gardens
that unfold over many acres. Across airy hilltops,
craggy seasides, and other one-of-a-kind tracts,
Trainor applies simple, understated frames to rugged
natural panoramas, the better to bring them into
focus. His understated yet powerful landscapes
draw inspiration from local plants, regional history,
and the contours of the site. Designed to engage
all of the senses—the sound of water, the smell of
sage—Trainor’s gardens create sensory memories
that foster a deep connection to the land. Landprints
showcases ten of his most ambitious and inspiring
gardens through gorgeous photography and
detailed project descriptions.

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• Project locations are all in California: Carmel,
Lagunitas, Salinas, Carmel Valley, Big Sur, Los Altos
Hills, Santa Lucia Preserve, Monterey, and
Oakland Hills
• A source of inspiration for landscape architects,
students, and anyone seeking inspired ideas for
shaping outdoor spaces
• Los Angeles–based author Susan Heeger has written
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Heavy coastal winds have dramatically shaped the Monterey cypress trees (Cupressus macrocarpa).

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Centre: Local stonemasons shaped each rock to create the walls that anchor the landscape to its larger setting.

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Tree Gardens
Architecture and the Forest
Gina Crandell

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From their early use as protective shelter to the
felling of thousands of trees to harvest wood
and create farmland, to more recent attempts at
conservation, trees remain one of mankind’s greatest
resources. But aside from their purely practical
uses, trees are appreciated for their beauty and
have long served as important elements in designed
landscapes. Tree Gardens is the first book to focus
on what author Gina Crandell calls the “largest
living architectural structures”—masses of trees that
form expressive spaces on sites all over the world.
Each case study—from the grand park at Versailles,
to New York City’s 9/11 Memorial Forest—explains
how the scale, context, species, and spacing of trees
on a particular site establish its expressive structure.
Featuring engaging text and beautiful images,
this much-needed book combines useful how-to
aspects of tree planting with theoretical discourse
on tree garden design and will be an important
resource for students, landscape architects, and
horticulturists alike.
• First book to focus on tree gardens in landscape
architecture
• Landscapes include historical and contemporary
works by such well-known designers as Frederick Law
Olmsted, André Le Nôtre, C. Th. Sørensen, Daniel
Kiley, Peter Walker, and Michael Van Valkenburgh
• Projects range from ten to thousands of trees on sites
both pristine and postindustrial, urban and remote

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• Includes discussion of the management of designed
forest, including preservation strategies
• Brookline, MA–based landscape architecture
professor Gina Crandell was the Farrand Visiting
Professor in Landscape Architecture at the
University of California, Berkeley, in 2007 after
teaching for many years at the Harvard University
Graduate School of Design and the Rhode Island
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Young Architects 14
No Precedent
The Architectural League Prize is an annual competition,
series of lectures, and exhibition organized by the
Architectural League of New York and its Young Architects
and Designers Committee.

2012 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
Architectural League Prize for Young Designers
and Architects. Each year up-and-coming
architects are recognized for excellent and
inspiring work. This year’s theme, No Precedent,
reflects the perception of young architects as
a self-defining generation driven by the desire
to be heard and unwilling to either wait their turn
or to follow in others’ footsteps. They are quick
to cast aside unfit precedents, codes, and rules.
Their work is suggestive, speculative, and on
the brink—neither here nor there, but fodder
for the future. The projects in Young Architects
14 investigate what it takes to create something
without precedent and how this influences the
way designers work and what they produce.

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• Jorge Arvizu, Ignacio del Rio, Emmanuel Ramirez,
and Diego Ricalde of MMX Studio (Mexico City)

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• Jimenez Lai of Bureau Spectacular (Chicago)
• Sean Lally of WEATHERS/ Sean Lally (Chicago)
• Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim of STPMJ
(Brooklyn)
• Michael Szivos of SOFTlab (New York)

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13: It’s Different
978-1-61689-057-5
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12: ReSource
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New Public Works

Modern American Housing

Architecture, Planning, and Politics

High-Rise, Reuse, Infill

Mark Robbins, editor

Peggy Tully, editor

Between 1999 and 2002 the National Endowment
for the Arts’s New Public Works program sponsored
design competitions in cities across the United
States. The forward-thinking designs that emerged
have influenced the physical form of major public
works projects nationwide. New Public Works presents
a history of the program, along with interviews with
participants. Special attention is paid to the key
role played by private, municipal, and other public
funding sources. Case studies of three built projects
by Allied Works Architecture, Koning Eizenberg, and
Weiss/Manfredi Architecture describe the path of
each from competition through construction.

Modern American Housing brings together the most
enlightened thinkers from the worlds of architecture,
social practice, and real estate development to
present the latest developments in the design and
construction of new housing stock in re-urbanizing
cities throughout the United States. New housing
is grouped into three sections—housing towers,
reused historical structures, and urban infill—and
documented with photographs, pre-construction
renderings, floor plans, and maps indicating location
in urban settings. An accompanying essay and a
discussion with urban planners, architects, and
policymakers round out this fresh look at the past
and future of the American house.

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New City Books
The New City Books series explores the intersection
of architecture, landscape architecture, infrastructure,
and planning in the redevelopment of the civic
realm. Focusing on government sponsorship of
design, the study of weak-market cities, contemporary
American housing, and the role of a research
university as a resource and collaborator, the series
highlights the formative nature of innovative design
and the necessity for strategies that trigger public
and private support.

American City X
Syracuse after the Master Plan
Mark Robbins, editor

In American City X, editor Mark Robbins, former
dean of Syracuse University’s School of Architecture,
argues that innovative and compelling architecture
can not only enhance the way a city is perceived,
but also change the way it works. Looking to
Syracuse, NY, as the archetypal “American City X,”
the book showcases projects that demonstrate potential positive futures for post industrial cities across
the country. Featuring renovations and ground-up
constructions—ranging from landscapes to buildings
and infrastructure—at both residential and institutional scales, the successful recent work in Syracuse
addresses sustainability, material and formal
experimentation, and inventive use of space for
evolving community needs.
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THE CAMPUS GUIDE

University of
Massachusetts
Amherst

an architectural tour by

Marla R. Miller and Max Page
foreword by kumble r. subbaswamy

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University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marla R. Miller and Max Page

The newest title in our Campus Guide series takes
readers on an architectural tour of University of
Massachusetts Amherst. As one of the nation’s oldest
public universities, and the largest in the Northeast,
the University has a rich and storied history. Initially
chartered as the Massachusetts Agricultural College,
the school has grown from fifty farmers to close
to 24,000 students of diverse backgrounds and
academic interests. The University’s campus has also
expectedly experienced parallel growth. From a few
barns on the Berkshire foothills, the University now
sits atop nearly 1,500 acres. Five carefully considered
tours put the architectural history of the campus
into context.
• The first architectural history of the University of
Massachusetts Amherst
• Campus includes many midcentury modern gems,
including the Fine Arts Center (Kevin Roche John
Dinkeloo and Associates), Herter Hall (Coletti
Brothers), and the W. E. B. Du Bois Library (Edward
Durell Stone)

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• Walks are illustrated with beautiful new photography
as well as historic images from the University’s
archives
• Author Marla Miller is a professor in UMass’s history
department. Max Page is a professor of history
and graduate program director of the Architecture
and Design Program

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Pamphlet Architecture 33
Islands, Atolls, and Other Derivative Territories
LCLA Office, Luis Callejas

The competition for Pamphlet Architecture 33
asked previous authors in the series to nominate
the architects and theorists whose work represents
the most exciting design and research in the
field today. The first of two winning entries—the
other will be published in fall 2013 as PA 34—was
submitted by Luis Callejas of LCLA Office in
Medellín, Colombia. Pamphlet Architecture 33:
Islands, Atolls, and Other Derivative Territories asks
how architecture might critically repurpose its
traditionally limited disciplinary tools in order to
make a meaningful impact at a territorial scale.
Functioning as a landscape architect in a country
that has no infrastructure for such a profession,
Callejas questions pedagogical, disciplinary, and
political norms at macro levels using micro tactics.
As a result, PA 33 provocatively expands devices
such as repetition and aggregation beyond their
limits in scenarios where sociopolitical constraints
seemingly prohibit what would normally be
understood as an architectural intervention.

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• Since 2001, the competition has attracted hundreds
of participants from around the world
• Luis Callejas is an architect based in Medellín,
Colombia, who currently teaches courses in
Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at Harvard
University Graduate School of Design and the
University of Toronto

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75 Artist Books: The Kaldewey
Press, New York
A Catalogue Raisonné
Clemens von Lucius

Since founding the Kaldewey Press in rural
Poestenkill, NY, in 1985, Gunnar A. Kaldewey has
produced exactly seventy-five artist books in limited
editions, some of them written and designed by
Kaldewey himself. While few small presses have
managed to produce such a large body of work, the
Kaldewey Press has earned the reputation as one
of the world’s finest publishers of contemporary
artist books. In this abundantly illustrated catalogue
raisonné, collector and Kaldewey devotée Clemens
von Lucius presents in detail all seventy-five books
published to date, accompanied by individual
descriptions of each title, an introductory essay
describing the design process, and an interview
with the publisher himself.
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• Exquisite volumes have been exhibited worldwide,
including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New
York and Galerie Yvon Lambert in Paris
• Features books published in cooperation with artists
such as Mischa Kuball, Jonathan Lasker, Heribert C.
Ottersbach, Richard Tuttle, and Hans Peter Willberg
• Limited small editions make these books very
difficult to track down individually
• Books are constructed out of a variety of unusual
materials, including sandpaper, aluminum, plastic,
vellum, clay, tree bark, American Indian beadwork,
and zinc

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Hyphen Press

Richard Hollis Designs for the
Whitechapel
Christopher Wilson

Richard Hollis has been called “the graphic
designer’s designer.” Best known as the author of
the classic Graphic Design: A Concise History (1994),
it is his six decades of design work that is currently
undergoing a long overdue critical reevaluation.
In Richard Hollis Designs for the Whitechapel, author
Christopher Wilson focuses on the visual identity
Hollis developed during the 1970s and 80s for
London’s then up-and-coming Whitechapel Art
Gallery. Working closely with curators and artists,
Hollis designed a series of conceptually rigorous
posters, brochures, and catalogs for pioneering
exhibitions by artists such as Georg Baselitz, Anselm
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Thryothorus ludovicianus

Bird Watching and Other
Nature Observations
Journal

life lists

life lists

i. Birds of Illustrated Nests
(in order of journal appearance)

Based on the best-selling America’s Other Audubon,
this aspirational journal is rife with tips for casual
and beginner birding and nature enthusiasts.
Light prompts invite writers to record impressions
and sightings, inspiring quotations are scattered
throughout, and an extensive back matter section
includes notes about how to hone observation skills,
ethics of birding, additional resources, plus room
to develop birding life lists.

bird
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da t e s

Lithograph by Genevieve Jones

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Orchard Oriole—Icterus spurius

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Black-billed Cuckoo—Coccyzus erythrophthalmus

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Willow Flycatcher—Empidonax traillii
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Carolina Wren—Thryothorus ludovicianus
Lithograph by Eliza Shulze

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Green Heron—Butorides virescens
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Summer Tanager—Piranga aestiva
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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da t e s

Lithograph by Eliza Shulze

Mourning Dove—Zenaida macroura
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Eastern Bluebird—Sialia sialis
Lithograph by Eliza Shulze

Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Indigo Bunting—Passerina cyanea
Lithograph by Genevieve Jones

Purple Martin—Progne subis
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Chipping Sparrow—Spizella passerina
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Northern Bobwhite—Colinus virginianus
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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Red-winged Blackbird—Agelaius phoeniceus
Lithograph by Eliza Shulze

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Field Sparrow—Spizella pusilla
Lithograph by Virginia Jones

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8. Belly
9. Back
10. Wing
11. Rump

12. Tail
13. Tarsus
14. Foot

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c o l o r a n d pat t e r n
Color and pattern make the bird (and often provide inspiration for the bird’s name: indigo bunting,
red-winged blackbird, purple martin, etc.). Pay close attention to where color is placed on the
body and in what patterns. Look for stripes and bands, spots and patches, streaks and smudges,
and so on. Rather than simply black or yellow, add details that help define the unique visual
characteristics of the bird: shiny black mask, golden brown bib, cinnamon-colored edges, iridescent
green wingbars, sparkling blue necklace.

Each bird has a distinct personality. In addition to attitudes related to the specific species, draw
out the idiosyncrasies of the individual. Watch and listen carefully: is she social or solitary,
direct or allusive, loud or contemplative? Behavior is a rich area to expand upon, consider: busy,
bossy, inquisitive, secretive, shy, expressive, messy, skillful, swift.

(from head to tail)
4. Bill
5. Nape
6. Throat
7. Breast

Beyond merely large or small, strive to be specific when describing the size and shape of the bird.
Use the bird’s anatomy as a guide to prompt further details. Is its crest swept back, triangular,
or shaggy; its bill blunt or dagger-like; its body plump or compact; its tail square tipped, notched,
or fanned?

b e h av io r

a n at o m y o f a b i r d

1. Crest
2. Crown/Head
3. Eyebrow/
Eye Ring

The cuckoo and the whip-poor-will, among other birds, are named for their songs. You may
describe a bird’s call as sweet, bright, mechanical, trill, piercing, and more. Complement these
portrayals by sounding out the bird’s call. Going beyond chirps and tweets, gobbles and coos,
the language of birds can be poetic: hoo-hoo-hoo-to-whoo-ooo; swee swee swee ti ti ti; WHAAAKaaaa; oo-loo-lee.

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h a b i tat
Describing bird habitat is equally important to describing the bird itself. Information about
a bird’s surroundings provides context to the reasons behind its behaviors, size, and shape.
Birds are everywhere: from thick woodlands and forest edges to open meadows and rugged
mountains to suburban backyards and city buildings. Nests (as showcased in the pages of this
journal) also ref lect their inhabitants. They may be cupped or burrowed, densely packed or
finely lined, large and prominent or small and tucked away.

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Use this journal to record detailed surveillance, poetic musings, or both. When documenting bird
sightings and other nature observations, establish your own approach. Mixing scientific terms
and colorful, descriptive words will create a rich and varied picture of your surroundings and the
creatures that inhabit it. It will also allow you to revisit the experience of a particular place and
encounter time and again.
There are approximately ten thousand species of birds; what distinguishes one from the next?
Size and shape, color and pattern, behavior and voice, and habitat (location, nests, etc.).
The following notes will help you describe any bird from tip to tail, and from treetop to hillside.

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Notes on Writing About Birds

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Wood Thrush—Hylocichla mustelina

Nests & Eggs Notecards
Images from America’s Other Audubon make up
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The Complete Works,
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A Guide to Archigram 1961–74
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Jones, Partners: Architecture
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Jones, Partners: Architecture
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Patrick Pascal
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David Leven and Stella Betts
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Made to Measure
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Marina City
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Marmol Radziner +
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Mehrdad Yazdani
Joseph Giovannini
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144 pp / 225 col
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Miller|Hull
Architects of the Pacific
Northwest
Sheri Olson
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Mary Colter
Architect of the Southwest
Arnold Berke
10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm
320 pp / 80 col / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-345-5
$35.00 / £21.99
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The Miller|Hull Partnership
Public Works
The Miller|Hull Partnership
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
256 pp / 200 col / 25 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-754-5
$50.00 / £30.00
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Natural Houses
The Residential Architecture
of Andersson-Wise
Arthur Andersson and
Chris Wise
8 x 10.3 in / 20 x 26 cm
176 pp / 225 col / 25 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-879-5
$40.00 / £25.00

No Nails, No Lumber
The Bubble Houses of
Wallace Neff
Jeffrey Head
7.2 x 7.9 in / 18.3 x 20.1 cm
176 pp / 100 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-024-7
$24.95 / £16.99

O’Donnell + Tuomey
Selected Works
Sheila O’Donnell and
John Tuomey
9.8 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm
192 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-601-2
$40.00 / £23.00

OneFiveFour
Lebbeus Woods
7 x 10.5 in / 18 x 27 cm
136 pp / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-910413-80-0
$24.95 / £16.99

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Paul Rudolph
The Florida Houses
Christopher Domin and
Joseph King
10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm
248 pp / 150 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-551-0
$40.00 / £25.00

Paul Rudolph
The Late Work
Roberto de Alba
10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm
224 pp / 250 col / 150 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-401-8
$40.00 / £30.00

Peter Rose
Houses
Peter Rose
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
160 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-821-4
$40.00 / £28.00

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Provisional
Emerging Modes of
Architectural Practice USA
Elite Kedan et al.
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
288 pp / 355 col / 65 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-878-8
$40.00 / £25.00

R. Buckminster Fuller
World Man
Daniel López-Pérez, editor
5.5 x 8 in /14 x 20.3 cm
144 pp / 25 color / 25 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-094-0
$21.95 / £13.99

Radical Reconstruction
Lebbeus Woods
12 x 9 in / 30 x 23 cm
168 pp / 109 col / 103 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-286-1
$39.95 / £24.95

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Parallax
Steven Holl
5.8 x 7.6 in / 15 x 19 cm
384 pp / 110 col / 290 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-261-8
$45.00 / £30.00
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Proceed and Be Bold
Rural Studio After
Samuel Mockbee
Andrea Oppenheimer Dean
and Timothy Hursley
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
176 pp / 130 col / Paperback
978-1-56898-500-8
$30.00 / £19.99
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Responsive Architecture
Moody Nolan Recent Work
Morris Newman
9 x 10 in / 23 x 25 cm
120 pp / 140 col
Paperback / 978-1-890449-46-9
$29.95 / £16.99

Reveal
Studio Gang Architects
Jeanne Gang
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
256 pp / 300 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-993-8
$45.00 / £30.00

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Rogers Marvel Architects
Rob Rogers and Jonathan Marvel
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 200 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-999-0
$40.00 / £28.00
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Rural Studio
Samuel Mockbee and an
Architecture of Decency
Andrea Oppenheimer Dean
and Timothy Hursley
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 132 col / 12 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-292-2
$34.95 / £21.00
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The Storm and the Fall
Lebbeus Woods
9.6 x 7.3 in / 24 x 18 cm
176 pp / 8 col / 134 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-421-6
$50.00 / £35.00
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Think/Make
Della Valle Bernheimer
Andrew Bernheimer and
Jared Della Valle
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
192 pp / 245 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-781-1
$40.00 / £25.00

Tom Kundig
Houses
Dung Ngo
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
176 pp / 150 col / 25 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-605-0
$40.00 / £25.00

Tom Kundig
Houses 2
Tom Kundig
9.5 x 11.8 in / 24 x 30 cm
256 pp / 250 col
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-040-7
$55.00 / £35.00

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VJAA
Vincent James Associates
Architects
Vincent James and Jennifer Yoos
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
208 pp / 175 col / 125 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-588-6
$40.00 / £23.00

Weiss/Manfredi
Surface/Subsurface
Marion Weiss and
Michael Manfredi
11 x 9 in / 28 x 23 cm
208 pp / 300 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-733-0
$60.00 / £35.00

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Toyo Ito
Force of Nature
Jessie A. Turnbull, editor
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
144 pp / 25 color / 25 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-101-5
$21.95 / £13.99
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True Life
Steven Harris Architects
Steven Harris
9.5 x 11.8 in / 24 x 30 cm
256 pp / 246 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-971-6
$50.00 / £32.00
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Young Architects
Series

William L. Pereira
James Steele
10 x 12 in / 25 x 30 cm
256 pp / 20 col / 260 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-20-9
$59.95 / £40.00
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Young Architects 8
Instability
The Architectural League of New
York
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-637-1
$24.95 / £14.00

Yankee Modern
The Houses of Estes/Twombly
William Morgan
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
168 pp / 150 col / 20 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-817-7
$40.00 / £25.00
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Young Architects 9
Proof
The Architectural League
of New York
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-743-9
$24.95 / £15.00

Young Architects 10
Resonance
The Architectural League
of New York
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-809-2
$24.95 / £14.99

Young Architects 11
Foresight
The Architectural League
of New York
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-887-0
$24.95 / £16.99

Young Architects 12
ReSource
The Architectural League
of New York
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
176 pp / 350 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-998-3
$24.95 / £16.99

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Young Architects 13
It’s Different
The Architectural League
of New York
5 x 7 in /13 x 18 cm
176 pp / 350 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-057-5
$24.95 / £16.99

Architectural Lighting
Designing with Light and Space
Hervé Descottes and
Cecilia E. Ramos
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 177 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-938-9
$24.95 / £16.99

Architectural Photography
the Digital Way
Gerry Kopelow
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 150 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-697-5
$24.95 / £14.99

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Briefs

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Building Envelopes
An Integrated Approach
Jenny Lovell
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 175 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-818-4
$24.95 / £16.99
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Digital Fabrications
Architectural and Material
Techniques
Lisa Iwamoto
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 175 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-790-3
$24.95 / £14.99
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Ethics for Architects
50 Dilemmas of Professional
Practice
Thomas Fisher
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
152 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-946-4
$24.95 / £14.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-079-7

Material Strategies
Innovative Applications
in Architecture
Blaine Brownell
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm
160 pp / 175 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-986-0
$24.95 / £16.99
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Model Making
Megan Werner
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
160 pp / 200 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-870-2
$24.95 / £16.99
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Old Buildings, New Designs
Architectural Transformations
Charles Bloszies
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm
144 pp / 175 col
Paperback / 978-1-61689-035-3
$24.95 / £16.99

Philosophy for Architects
Branko Mitrovic
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
192 pp / 15 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-994-5
$24.95 / £16.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-072-8

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Sustainable Design
David Bergman
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 175 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-941-9
$24.95 / £16.99
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Buildings

Urban Composition
Developing Community
through Design
Mark C. Childs
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 150 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-052-0
$24.95 / £15.99
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Writing about Architecture
Mastering the Language of
Buildings and Cities
Alexandra Lange
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
192 pp / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-053-7
$24.95 / £15.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-113-8

Albert Frey Houses 1 + 2
Jennifer Golub
9.5 x 6.5 in / 24 x 17 cm
84 pp / 53 col / 22 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-190-1
$20.00 / £14.95
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Austin Val Verde
A Montecito Masterpiece
Berge Aran
8.8 x 12 in / 22 x 30 cm
144 pp / 61 col / 5 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-39-1
$50.00 / £30.00
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Guggenheim New York |
Guggenheim Bilbao
Ezra Stoller and Jeff Goldberg
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
80 pp / 34 col / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-193-2
$14.95 / £10.95
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Mies Van der Rohe’s
Krefeld Villas
Kent Kleinman and
Leslie Van Duzer
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
144 pp / 40 col / 60 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-503-9
$35.00 / £25.00
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The Chrysler Building
Creating a New York Icon,
Day by Day
David Stravitz
9.6 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm
192 pp / 170 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-354-7
$45.00 / £30.00

Frank Lloyd Wright’s
Fallingwater
Ezra Stoller
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
96 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-203-8
$19.95 / £14.95
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Frank Lloyd Wright’s
Martin House
Architecture as Portraiture
Jack Quinan
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
248 pp / 130 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-419-3
$34.95 / £25.00
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Iron
Erecting the Walt Disney
Concert Hall
Gil Garcetti
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
144 pp / 80 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-890449-28-5
$29.95 / £19.99

Loblolly House
Elements of a New Architecture
KieranTimberlake Associates
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
176 pp / 125 col / 46 b+w /
with DVD
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-747-7
$40.00 / £25.00

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Richard Neutra’s
Miller House
Stephen Leet
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-274-8
$40.00 / £28.00

Terragni’s Danteum
Thomas L. Schumacher
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
168 pp / 12 col / 117 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-87827-182-2
$24.95 / £17.99

The Wittgenstein House
Bernhard Leitner
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
160 pp / 30 col / 90 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-251-9
$45.00 / £30.00

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Manhattan Skyscrapers
Third Edition
Eric P. Nash
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
240 pp / 150 col / 175 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-967-9
$50.00 / £32.00
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Source Books in
Architecture

Bernard Tschumi/
Zenith De Rouen
Source Books in Architecture 3
Todd Gannon and Jeffrey Kipnis
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
176 pp / 101 col / 102 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-382-0
$29.95 / £19.99
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Steven Holl Architects/
Simmons Hall
Source Books in Architecture 5
Todd Gannon and
Michael Demson
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
160 pp / 110 col / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-464-3
$29.95 / £19.99

Zaha Hadid/BMW Central
Building
Source Books in Architecture 7
Todd Gannon
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
160 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-536-7
$29.95 / £17.00
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Campus Guides

Eisenman Architects/
The University of Phoenix
Stadium for the Arizona
Cardinals / Source Books in
Architecture 8 / Todd Gannon
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
160 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-720-0
$29.95 / £17.00

Cranbrook
Kathryn Eckert
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
208 pp / 120 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-257-1
$24.95 / £17.95

Dartmouth College
Scott Meacham
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
256 pp / 225 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-348-6
$24.95 / £15.00

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Smith College
Margaret Birney Vickery and
Bilyana Dimitrova
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
160 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-591-6
$24.95 / £15.00

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Duke University
John M. Bryan
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
168 pp / 120 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-228-1
$24.95 / £17.95

Northwestern University
Jay Pridmore
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
192 pp / 200 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-755-2
$24.95 / £14.99

Rice University
Stephen Fox
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
208 pp / 120 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-246-5
$24.95 / £17.95

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Stanford University, revised
edition
David J. Neuman et al.
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
200 pp / 120 col / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-538-1
$29.95 / £19.99

University of California,
Berkeley
Harvey Helfand
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
368 pp / 130 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-293-9
$24.95 / £17.95

University of California,
San Diego
Dirk Sutro et al.
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
224 pp / 125 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-860-3
$29.95 / £19.99

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University of Pennsylvania
George E. Thomas
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
216 pp / 170 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-315-8
$24.95 / £17.95

University of Texas
at Austin
Lawrence W. Speck and
Richard L. Cleary
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
224 pp / 125 col / 15 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-854-2
$29.95 / £20.00

University of Toronto
Larry Wayne Richards
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
256 pp / 175 col / 18 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-719-4
$29.95 / £17.99

University of Washington
Norman Johnston
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
168 pp / 120 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-247-2
$24.95 / £17.95

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Vassar College
Karen Van Lengen and
Lisa Reilly
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
176 pp / 130 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-349-3
$24.95 / £17.95
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Yale University, second edition
Patrick L. Pinnell
6.25 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
256 pp / 200 color / 25 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-064-3
$29.95 / £20.00
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West Point U.S. Military
Academy
Rod Miller
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
160 pp / 130 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-294-6
$24.95 / £17.95
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University of Cincinnati
Paul Bennett
6.3 x 10 in / 16 x 25 cm
224 pp / 130 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-232-8
$24.95 / £17.95
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Classic Reprints

The Antiquities of Athens
Measured and Delineated by
James Stuart and Nicholas
Revett, Painters and Architects
James Stuart and Nicholas Revett
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
496 pp / 400 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-723-1
$125.00 / £70.00

Edifices de Rome Moderne
Paul Letarouilly
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
368 pp / 354 b+w
Hardcover / 978-0-910413-00-8
$85.00 / £60.00

L’Architecture
Claude-Nicolas Ledoux
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
328 pp / 300 b+w
Hardcover / 978-0-910413-03-9
$85.00 / £60.00

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Plan of Chicago
Daniel H. Burnham and
Edward H. Bennett
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
268 pp / 48 col / 94 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-878271-41-9
$85.00 / £60.00

Sammlung Architektonischer
Entwürfe
Karl Friedrich Schinkel
11 x 8.5 in / 28 x 22 cm
268 pp / 207 b+w
Hardcover / 978-0-910413-56-5
$85.00 / £60.00

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The Codewriting Workbook
Creating Computational
Architecture in AutoLISP
Robert J. Krawczyk
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
416 pp / 274 b+w / with CD
Paperback / 978-1-56898-792-7
$50.00 / £30.00

Contemporary Curtain Wall
Architecture
Scott Murray
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
264 pp / 275 col / 150 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-797-2
$75.00 / £45.00

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Park and Recreation
Structures
Albert Good
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
624 pp / 400 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-171-0
$85.00 / £60.00
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Pencil Points Reader
A Journal for the Drafting
Room, 1920-1943
Jan Cigliano, George E. Hartman
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
680 pp / 400 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-352-3
$85.00 / £60.00
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Construction
& Reference

The Vatican and Saint Peter’s
Basilica of Rome
Paul Letarouilly
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
320 pp / 24 col / 243 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-875-7
$125.00 / £80.00
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Detail in Process
Christine Killory and
René Davids
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
208 pp / 300 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-718-7
$65.00 / £40.00
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Details in Contemporary
Architecture
Christine Killory and
René Davids
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
208 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-576-3
$65.00 / £40.00

Details, Technology, and Form
Christine Killory and
René Davids
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
208 pp / 300 color
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-953-2
$65.00 / £40.00
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Integrated Design in
Contemporary Architecture
Kiel Moe
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
208 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-745-3
$65.00 / £40.00

Materials for Design
Victoria Ballard Bell and
Patrick Rand
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
272 pp / 275 col / 250 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-558-9
$50.00

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Remarkable Structures
Engineering Today’s Innovative
Buildings
Sutherland Lyall
9.3 x 11.8 in / 23 x 30 cm
240 pp / 150 col / 150 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-330-1
$75.00
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Engineered Transparency
The Technical, Visual, and
Spatial Effects of Glass
Michael Bell and Jeannie Kim
8.5 x 10.8 in / 22 x 27 cm
272 pp / 300 col / with DVD
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-798-9
$65.00 / £40.00
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Post-Ductility
Metals in Architecture and
Engineering
Michael Bell and
Craig Buckley
8.5 x 10.75 in / 22 x 27 cm
256 pp / 180 color / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-046-9
$65.00 / £40.00

Prefab Prototypes
Site-specific Design for
Offsite Construction
Mark Anderson and
Peter Anderson
9.6 x 11.9 in / 24 x 30 cm
264 pp / 100 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-560-2
$60.00 / £35.00

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Solid States
Concrete in Transition
Michael Bell and Craig Buckley
8.5 x 10.8 in / 22 x 27 cm
272 pp / 500 col / 175 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-895-5
$65.00 / £45.00

Thermally Active Surfaces
in Architecture
Kiel Moe
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
240 pp / 250 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-880-1
$55.00 / £38.00

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Transmaterial
A Catalog of Materials that
Redefine our Physical
Environment
Blaine Brownell
6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
224 pp / 800 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-563-3
$35.00 / £16.99
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General
Architecture

Transmaterial 2
A Catalog of Materials that
Redefine our Physical
Environment
Blaine Brownell
6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
240 pp / 400 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-722-4
$35.00 / £16.99

Transmaterial 3
A Catalog of Materials that
Redefine our Physical
Environment
Blaine Brownell
6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
252 pp / 400 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-893-1
$40.00 / £25.00

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After the Crash
Architecture in Post-Bubble
Japan
Thomas Daniell
6 x 8.5 in / 15 x 22 cm
192 pp / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-776-7
$24.95 / £14.99

Alvar Aalto Houses
Jari Jetsonen and
Sirkkaliisa Jetsonen
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
224 pp / 279 col / 37 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-081-0
$35.00 / £21.99

A-frame
Chad Randl
7.2 x 7.9 in / 18 x 20 cm
208 pp / 150 col / 75 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-410-0
$24.95 / £15.99
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The Architectural Detail
Edward R. Ford
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
336 pp / 285 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-978-5
$40.00 / £28.00
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The Architecture of
Diplomacy
Building America’s Embassies,
Revised Second Edition
Jane C. Loeffler
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
424 pp / 190 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-984-6
$24.95 / £16.99
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The Architecture of
Modern Italy
The Challenge of Tradition,
1750-1900, Vol. 1
Terry Kirk
6.4 x 9 in / 16 x 23 cm
280 pp / 119 b+w / Hardcover /
978-1-56898-420-9
$35.00 / £25.00
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The Baltimore Rowhouse
Mary Ellen Hayward and
Charles Belfoure
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
304 pp / 135 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-283-0
$24.95 / £12.95
Ebook / 978-1-56898-956-3
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Bamboo Fences
Isao Yoshikawa and
Osamu Suzuki
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
160 pp / 250 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-834-4
$40.00 / £23.50
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Building (in) the Future
Recasting Labor in Architecture
Phillip Bernstein and
Peggy Deamer
6 x 8.5 in / 15 x 22 cm
216 pp / 85 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-806-1
$29.95 / £19.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-003-2
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Bunker Archeology
Paul Virilio
6.5 x 10.5 in / 17 x 27 cm
216 pp / 124 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-015-7
$40.00 / £28.00

The Cape Cod Cottage
William Morgan
8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm
108 pp / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-575-6
$24.95 / £14.00

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Citizens of No Place
An Architectural Graphic Novel
Jimenez Lai
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
144 pp / 105 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-062-9
$19.95 / £12.99

Colonial Revival Maine
Kevin Murphy
8.3 x 10 in / 21 x 25 cm
192 pp / 60 col / 90 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-449-0
$39.95 / £28.00
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Crafting a Modern World
The Designs of Antonin and
Noémi Raymond
Kurt G. F. Helfrich and
William Whitaker
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
352 pp / 100 col / 340 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-583-1
$75.00 / £42.00

Designing Paradise
The Allure of the Hawaiian
Resort
Don Hibbard
10 x 8 in / 25 x 20 cm
216 pp / 170 col / 84 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-574-9
$50.00 / £30.00

Earth Architecture
Ronald Rael
8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm
208 pp / 222 col / 96 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-945-7
$24.95 / £16.99
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Figure/Ground
A Design Conversation
Scott Johnson and Bill Fain
8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm
240 pp / 220 col
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-23-0
$65.00 / £42.00
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A Balcony Press book

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Fragments of Utopia
Collage Reflections of
Heroic Modernism
David Wild
8.3 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm
112 pp / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-10-7
$40.00
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Frank Lloyd Wright
The Romantic Spirit
Carol Bishop
6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm
144 pp / 64 col
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-30-8
$35.00 / £24.00
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From Autos to Architecture
Fordism and Architectural
Aesthetics in the Twentieth
Century / David Gartman
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
400 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-813-9
$60.00 / £38.00
Ebook / 978-156898-960-0
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Full Irish
New Architecture in Ireland
Sarah A. Lappin
7.8 x 8.5 in / 20 x 22 cm
240 pp / 250 col / 50 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-868-9
$45.00 / £30.00
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Guastavino Vaulting
The Art of Structural Tile
John Ochsendorf and
Michael Freeman
8.3 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm
256 pp / 174 col / 161 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-741-5
$60.00 / £37.50

Hill-Stead
The Country Place of
Theodate Pope Riddle
James F. O’Gorman et al.
8.3 x 10 in / 21 x 25 cm
192 pp / 63 col / 98 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-759-0
$45.00 / £30.00

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A House for My Mother
Architects Build for their Families
Beth Dunlop
8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm
192 pp / 150 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-173-4
$34.95 / £24.95

House in the Landscape
Siting Your Home Naturally
Jeremiah Eck
8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm
208 pp / 248 col / 59 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-823-8
$40.00 / £28.00

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How to Photograph Buildings
and Interiors
Third Updated and
Expanded Edition
Gerry Kopelow
8.4 x 11 in / 21 x 28 cm
284 pp / 104 col / 230 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-323-3
$35.00 / £24.95

The Green House
New Directions in
Sustainable Architecture
Alanna Stang and
Christopher Hawthorne
8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm
196 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-950-1
$24.95 / £16.99

Hotel as Home
The Art of Living on the Road
Gary Chang
8.5 x 7 in / 22 x 18 cm
248 pp / 300 col / 40 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-603-6
$29.95 / £17.00
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Inside Prefab
The Ready-Made Interior
Deborah Schneiderman
6.75 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
144 pp / 125 color
Paperback / 978-1-56898-987-7
$24.95 / £15.99
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Installations by Architects
Experiments in Building
and Design
Sarah Bonnemaison and
Ronit Eisenbach
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
192 pp / 170 col / 45 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-850-4
$40.00 / £25.00

Italian Architecture of
the 16th Century
Colin Rowe and Leon Satkowski
6.4 x 9 in / 16 x 23 cm
352 pp / 186 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-331-8
$35.00 / £24.95

Le Corbusier and the
Maisons Jaoul
Caroline Maniaque Benton
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
176 pp / 122 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-800-9
$40.00 / £25.00

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Le Corbusier Redrawn
The Houses
Steven Park
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
192 pp / 320 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-068-1
$24.95 / £15.99
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LEED Materials
A Resource Guide to
Green Building
Ari Meisel and Steven Winter
6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
224 pp / 500 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-885-6
$40.00 / £28.00

Leisurama Now
The Beach House for Everyone
Paul Sahre
7.3 x 9.8 in / 18 x 25 cm
208 pp / 270 col / 20 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-709-5
$40.00 / £25.00
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The L!brary Book
Design Collaborations in the
Public Schools
Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi
6.6 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
176 pp / 175 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-832-0
$30.00 / £18.99
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Matter in the Floating World
Conversations with Leading
Japanese Architects and
Designers
Blaine Brownell
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
256 pp / 425 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-996-9
$40.00 / £25.00
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Narrow Houses
New Directions in Efficient
Design
Avi Friedman
7.5 x 11.3 in / 19 x 29 cm
240 pp / 280 col / 50 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-873-3
$45.00 / £25.00

Next Wave
New Australian Architecture
Davina Jackson
7.8 x 8.5 in / 20 x 22 cm
256 pp / 185 col / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-735-4
$50.00
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Miami Modern Metropolis
Paradise and Paradox in
Midcentury Architecture
and Planning / Allan T. Shulman
and Diane W. Camber
9.5 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm
414 pp / Hardcover
978-1-890449-51-3
$85.00 / £55.00
Rights: W
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Modern North
Architecture on the Frozen Edge
Julie Decker et al.
8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm
240 pp / 315 col / 135 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-899-3
$45.00 / £30.00

Moderne
Fashioning the French Interior
Sarah Schleuning
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
304 pp / 272 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-724-8
$65.00 / £40.00

More Mobile
Portable Architecture for Today
Jennifer Siegal
9 x 6 in / 23 x 15 cm
144 pp / 220 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-758-3
$24.95 / £14.99

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Minka
My Farmhouse in Japan
John Roderick
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 45 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-731-6
$24.95 / £14.99
Ebook / 978-1-56898-962-4
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Photographing Architecture
and Interiors
Updated and Expanded
Julius Shulman
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
180 pp / 4 col / 200 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-07-0
$39.95 / £28.00
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Quonset Hut
Metal Living for a Modern Age
Chris Chiei and Julie Decker
7.2 x 8.3 in / 18 x 21 cm
192 pp / 80 col / 110 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-519-0
$24.95 / £15.99
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The Sea Ranch
Donlyn Lyndon and Jim Alinder
11 x 11 in / 28 x 28 cm
304 pp / 200 col / 170 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-386-8
$65.00 / £44.00
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Revolution of Forms,
updated edition
Cuba’s Forgotten Art Schools
John Loomis
7.5 x 11 in / 19 x 28 cm
232 pp / 44 col / 134 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-988-4
$29.95 / £20.00

Revolving Architecture
A History of Buildings that
Rotate, Swivel, and Pivot
Chad Randl
7.2 x 8.3 in / 18 x 21 cm
208 pp / 100 col / 70 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-681-4
$35.00 / £25.00

Sacred Spaces
Historic Houses of Worship
in the City of Angels
Robert Berger
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
176 pp / 100 col
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-21-6
$59.95 / £40.00

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Small Scale
Creative Solutions for
Better City Living
Keith Moskow and Robert Linn
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
224 pp / 400 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-975-4
$34.95 / £20.00

Source Book of American
Architecture
500 Notable Buildings from the
10th Century to the Present
G. E. Kidder Smith
6.5 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm
688 pp / 557 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-254-0
$29.95 / £21.95

Southern Comfort
The Garden District of
New Orleans, Revised and
Updated Edition
S. Frederick Starr
9.8 x 9.8 in / 25 x 25 cm
276 pp / 90 col / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-546-6
$24.95 / £15.99

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Tall Building
Imagining the Skyscraper
Scott Johnson
8 x 14 in / 20 x 36 cm
280 pp
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-47-6
$34.95 / £22.00

Tilting
House Launching, Slide
Hauling, Potato Trenching,
and other Tales from a
Newfoundland Fishing Village
Robert Mellin
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
256 pp / 150 col / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-807-8
$24.95 / £14.99 / Rights: W

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Steps to Water
The Ancient Stepwells of India
Morna Livingston
9.6 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm
240 pp / 140 col / 92 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-324-0
$50.00 / £35.00
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Swiss Made
New Architecture from
Switzerland
Steven Spier and Martin Tschanz
7.8 x 8.5 in / 20 x 22 cm
256 pp / 250 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-425-4
$45.00
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To Each His Home
Inspired Interiors as Unique
as their Owners
Bilyana Dimitrova
9 x 9.3 in / 23 x 23 cm
176 pp / 112 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-796-5
$45.00 / £28.00
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Usonia, New York
Building a Community with
Frank Lloyd Wright
Roland Reisley and
John Timpane
9 x 9 in / 23 x 23 cm
192 pp / 67 col / 130 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-245-8
$40.00 / £28.00
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Wandering the Garden of
Technology and Passion
John Marx Architect
Pierluigi Serraino and
Chris I. Yessios
10 x 10.5 in / 25 x 27 cm
176 pp / 250 col
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-56-8
$45.00 / £30.00
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Weekend Utopia
Modern Living in the Hamptons
Alastair Gordon
9.6 x 12 in / 24 x 30 cm
172 pp / 75 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-272-4
$45.00 / £30.00

Cruising LA
Architectural Styles in
5 Easy Drives
Troy Fuss
6 x 11 in / 15 x 28 cm
96 pp / 80 col
Paperback / 978-1-890449-42-1
$14.95 / £9.95

The Havana Guide
Modern Architecture 1925-1965
Eduardo Rodriguez
5.5 x 9 in / 14 x 23 cm
288 pp / 16 col / 270 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-210-6
$29.95 / £17.95

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Guide Books

Workbook
The Official Catalog for
Workshopping: An American
Model for Architectural Practice
Emily Abruzzo
6.5 x 8.8 in / 17 x 22 cm
128 pp / 80 col / 15 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-017-9
$20.00 / £12.99

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Landscape
Architecture

Louisville Guide
Gregory A. Luhan et al.
4.5 x 8.5 in / 11 x 22 cm
480 pp / 325 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-451-3
$19.95 / £13.99
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The National Park
Architecture Sourcebook
Harvey H. Kaiser
6 x 9.5 in / 15 x 24 cm
608 pp / 500 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-742-2
$40.00 / £25.00

Andrea Cochran
Landscapes
Mary Myers
10 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm
192 pp / 175 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-812-2
$50.00 / £30.00

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Courtyard Housing in
Los Angeles
Stefanos Polyzoides et al.
8.5 x 9.5 in / 22 x 24 cm
232 pp / 403 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-910413-53-4
$35.00 / £22.50

Descanso
An Urban Oasis Revealed
Warren Marr et al.
14 x 9 in / 36 x 23 cm
96 pp / 80 col
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-37-7
$42.95 / £25.00

Drosscape
Wasting Land in Urban America
Alan Berger and Lars Lerup
7 x 11 in / 18 x 28 cm
256 pp / 165 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-713-2
$27.50 / £16.00

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The Landscape Urbanism
Reader
Charles Waldheim
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
288 pp / 200 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-439-1
$34.95 / £19.99
Ebook / 978-1-56898-949-5

Large Parks
Julia Czerniak and
George Hargreaves
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 50 col / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-624-1
$34.95 / £18.00

Green Roof — A Case Study
Michael Van Valkenburgh
Associates’ Design For the
Headquarters of the American
Society of Landscape Architects
Christian Werthmann
8.5 x 9 in / 22 x 23 cm
160 pp / 130 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-685-2
$45.00 / £26.00

Gateway
Visions for an Urban
National Park
Alexander Brash et al.
28 x 24 cm / 11 x 9.5 in
224 pp / 349 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-955-6
$60.00 / £40.00
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Lawrence Halprin’s
Skyline Park
Ann Komara
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
144 pp / 2-color / 100 b+w
Paperback
978-1-61689-091-9
$24.95 / £15.99
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Natural Architecture
Alessandro Rocca
9.4 x 6.4 in / 24 x 16 cm
216 pp / 250 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-721-7
$39.95 / £25.00

Pamela Burton Landscapes
Pamela Burton
10 x 8.5 in / 25 x 22 cm
192 pp / 275 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-965-5
$50.00 / £32.00

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Reclaiming the American
West
Alan Berger
11 x 9.5 in / 28 x 24 cm
224 pp / 179 col / 29 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-362-2
$45.00 / £35.00
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Recovering Landscape
Essays in Contemporary
Landscape Theory
James Corner
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
288 pp / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-179-6
$24.95 / £17.95
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Source Books in
Landscape
Architecture

Richard Haag
Bloedel Reserve and Gas Works
Park, Landscape Views 1
William S. Saunders
6.5 x 8.5 in / 17 x 22 cm
80 pp / 52 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-117-8
$14.95 / £9.95

Shallow Water Dictionary
A Grounding in Estuary English,
2nd edition
John R. Stilgoe
4.6 x 6.5 in / 12 x 17 cm
72 pp / 5 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-408-7
$14.95 / £10.99

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Grant Jones / Jones & Jones
ILARIS: The Puget Sound Plan
Source Books in Landscape
Architecture 4
Jane Amidon
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
144 pp / 120 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-604-3
$29.95 / £18.00
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Urbanism

Paolo Bürgi Landscape
Architect
Discovering the (Swiss) Horizon:
Mountain, Lake, and Forest
Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto et al.
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
144 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-851-1
$29.95 / £18.99

Tom Leader Studio
Three Projects
Jason Kentner
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
144 pp / 120 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-891-7
$29.95 / £19.99

Above Paris
The Aerial Survey of
Roger Henrard
Jean-Louis Cohen
11.4 x 6.3 in / 29 x 16 cm
320 pp / 320 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-613-5
$50.00 / £30.00

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Above the Pavement—
the Farm!
Architecture & Agriculture
at PF1
Amale Andraos and Dan Wood
4.25 x 7 in / 11 x 18 cm
192 pp / 20 col / 150 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-935-8
$19.95 / £12.99
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Beyond the Edge
New York’s New Waterfront
Raymond W. Gastil
8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm
208 pp / 70 col / 70 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-327-1
$30.00 / £21.95
Rights: W
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Bird’s Eye Views
Historic Lithographs of
North American Cities
John W. Reps
14.5 x 12.5 in / 37 x 32 cm
116 pp / 120 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-146-8
$70.00 / £50.00

Block by Block
Jane Jacobs and the Future
of New York
Timothy Mennel et al.
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
64 pp / 12 col / 10 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-771-2
$17.95 / £10.99

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The Concrete Dragon
China’s Urban Revolution and
What it Means for the World
Thomas J. Campanella
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
336 pp / 85 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-968-6
$24.95 / £16.99
Ebook / 978-1-56898-948-8

Coney Island
The Parachute Pavilion
Competition
Zoë Ryan and
Jonathan Cohen-Litant
8 x 9.5 in / 20 x 24 cm
176 pp / 132 col / 14 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-623-4
$29.95 / £18.00

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Formerly Urban
Projecting Rust Belt Futures
Julia Czerniak, editor
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
192 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-089-6
$29.95 / £18.99

From the Ground Up
Innovative Green Homes
Peggy Tully, editor
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
160 pp / 160 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-092-6
$29.95 / £18.99

The Liberal Monument
Urban Design and the
Late Modern Project
Alexander D’Hooghe
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
112 pp / 30 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-824-5
$29.95 / £19.99

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City Building
Nine Planning Principles for the
Twenty-First Century
John Lund Kriken et al.
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
304 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-881-8
$40.00 / £25.00
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Fast-Forward Urbanism
Rethinking Architecture’s
Engagement with the City
Dana Cuff and Roger Sherman
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 204 col / 27 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-977-8
$34.95 / £22.50
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The Next American
Metropolis
Ecology, Community, and
the American Dream
Peter Calthorpe
8.5 x 10 in / 22 x 25 cm
176 pp / 60 col / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-87827-168-6
$35.00 / £19.95
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Sprawltown
Looking for the City on
Its Edges
Richard Ingersoll
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
176 pp / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-566-4
$19.95 / £10.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-020-9
Rights: WE

Street Value
Shopping, Planning, and
Politics at Fulton Mall
Rosten Woo et al.
4.25 x 7 in / 11 x 18 cm
208 pp / 35 col / 165 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-897-9
$19.95 / £12.99
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The Suburbanization of
New York / Is the World’s
Greatest City Becoming Just
Another Town? / Jerilou Hammett
and Kingsley Hammett
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
192 pp / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-678-4
$24.95 / £15.00
Ebook / 978-1-61689-069-8

Urbanisms
Working with Doubt
Steven Holl
8.5 x 8.5 in / 22 x 22 cm
288 pp / 200 2-color and 50 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-679-1
$55.00 / £35.00
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Writings &
Theory

X-Urbanism
Architecture and the
American City
Mario Gandelsonas
9.8 x 9.8 in / 25 x 25 cm
200 pp / 40 col / 140 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-151-2
$37.50 / £26.00

After Taste
Expanded Practice in
Interior Design
Kent Kleinman,
Joanna Merwood-Salisbury,
and Lois Weinthal
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 75 col / 25 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-026-1
$35.00 / £22.50 / Rights: W

Architectural Regionalism
Collected Writings on Place,
Identity, Modernity, and
Tradition / Vincent B. Canizaro
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
496 pp / 80 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-616-6
$39.95 / £22.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-080-3

Architecture From the
Outside In
Selected Essays by Robert
Gutman / Robert Gutman et al.
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
344 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-896-2
$40.00 / £28.00
Ebook / 978-1-61689-007-0

Architecture of the
Off-Modern
Svetlana Boym
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
80 pp / 20 col / 22 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-778-1
$24.95 / £14.99
Paperback/ 978-1-61689-103-9
$21.95 / £13.99

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Artificial Light
A Narrative Inquiry into
the Nature of Abstraction,
Immediacy, and other
Architectural Fictions
Keith Mitnick
6 x 8.3 in / 15 x 21 cm
144 pp / 33 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-749-1
$24.95 / £15.00

Biopolitics and
the Emergence of
Modern Architecture
Sven-Olov Wallenstein
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
96 pp / 20 col / 60 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-785-9
$24.95 / £14.99
Paperback / 978-1-61689-111-4
$21.95 / £13.99

Capital Dilemma
Germany’s Search for a New
Architecture of Democracy
Michael Z. Wise
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
244 pp / 65 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-134-5
$25.00 / £18.95

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Architecture and Film
Mark Lamster
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 80 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-207-6
$24.95 / £18.95
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Architecture and the Sciences
Exchanging Metaphors
Antoine Picon and
Alessandra Ponte
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
360 pp / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-365-3
$27.50 / £15.95
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Architecture Oriented
Otherwise
David Leatherbarrow
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
304 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-811-5
$39.95 / £22.00
Ebook / 978-1-56898-811-5
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Constructing a New Agenda
for Architecture
Architectural Theory 1993‒2009
A. Krista Sykes and
K. Michael Hays
6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm / 516 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-859-7
$45.00 / £30.00
Ebook / 978-1-61689-082-7

Design Ecologies
Essays on the Nature of Design
Lisa Tilder and Beth Blostein
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 72 col / 64 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-783-5
$35.00 / £22.50
Ebook / 978-1-56898-954-9

Dimension
306090 12
Emily Abruzzo and
Jonathan D. Solomon
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
192 pp / 100 col / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-615-18202-5
$24.95 / £14.99

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Eco-Tec
The Architecture of the
In-Between
Amerigo Marras
5.8 x 8.4 in / 15 x 21 cm
142 pp / 40 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-159-8
$15.95 / £11.95

The Ethical Architect
The Dilemma of Contemporary
Practice / Tom Spector
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-285-4
$25.00 / £17.95
Ebook / 978-1-56898-844-3

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Fabricating Architecture
Selected Readings in Digital
Design and Manufacturing
Robert Corser
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
224 pp / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-889-4
$29.95 / £19.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-000-1

50 Years of Recuperation of the
Situationist International
McKenzie Wark
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
80 pp / 26 col / 18 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-789-7
$24.95 / £14.99
Paperback / 978-1-61689-108-4
$21.95 / £13.99

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Geography of Home
Writings on Where We Live
Akiko Busch
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
164 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-429-2
$19.95 / £9.99

A History of Architectural
Theory
From Vitruvius to the Present
Hanno-Walter Kruft
6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm
800 pp / 207 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-010-2
$45.00 / £30.00

Five Houses, Ten Details
Edward R. Ford
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 20 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-826-9
$40.00 / £25.00
Ebook / 978-1-56898-963-1
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Form Follows Finance
Skyscrapers and Skylines in
New York and Chicago
Carol Willis
5.8 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
224 pp / 170 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-044-7
$29.95 / £18.00
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Donogoo-Tonka or the
Miracles of Science
A Cinematographic Tale
Jules Romains
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
136 pp / 20 col / 20 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-780-4
$24.95 / £14.99
Paperback / 978-1-61689-107-7
$21.95 / £13.99 / Rights: W

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Human Space
Otto Friedrich Bollnow
4.9 x 8.3 in / 12.5 x 21 cm
320 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-35-0
$35.00
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Le Corbusier, Homme de
Lettres
M. Christine Boyer
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
720 pp / 46 col / 170 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-980-8
$45.00 / £30.00
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Making a Case
306090, Volume 14
Emily Abruzzo, Gerald Bodziak,
and Jonathan D. Solomon
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
180 pp / 200 color / 40 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-615-34909-1
$24.95 / £15.99

The Nature of Place
A Search for Authenticity
Avi Friedman
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
192 pp / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-038-4
$19.95 / £12.99
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Network Practices
New Strategies in
Architecture and Design
Anthony Burke and
Therese Tierney
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
224 pp / 24 col / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-701-9
$29.95 / £18.00
Ebook / 978-1-61689-075-9

On Vision and Colors
by Arthur Schopenhauer
and Color Sphere
by Philipp Otto Runge
Georg Stahl
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
168 pp / 12 col / 10 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-791-0
$24.95 / £16.99
Ebook / 978-1-61689-005-6

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Shanghai Reflections
Architecture, Urbanism, and
the Search for an Alternative
Modernity / Mario Gandelsonas
6.8 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
208 pp / 130 col / 40 b+w
Vinyl binding
978-1-56898-326-4
$24.95 / £14.95

Studio and Cube
On the Relationship between
Where Art is Made and
Where Art is Displayed
Brian O’Doherty
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
80 pp / 43 col
Hardcover / 978-1-883584-44-3
$24.95 / £15.00
Paperback / 978-1-61689-099-5
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Postmodern Urbanism
Revised Edition
Nan Ellin
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
368 pp / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-135-2
$29.95 / £16.99
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The Project of Autonomy
Politics and Architecture Within
and Against Capitalism
Pier Vittorio Aureli
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
120 pp / 24 col / 19 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-100-8
$21.95
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Subnature
Architecture’s Other
Environments / David Gissen
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
224 pp / 80 col / 65 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-777-4
$35.00 / £22.50
Ebook / 978-1-56898-951-8

Survival City
Adventures Among the Ruins
of Atomic America
Tom Vanderbilt
6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm
224 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-305-9
$25.00 / £17.95

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Sustain and Develop
306090 13
Joshua Bolchover and
Jonathan D. Solomon
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
308 pp / 100 col / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-692-00088-5
$30.00 / £18.99
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Theorizing a New Agenda
for Architecture
An Anthology of Architectural
Theory 1965‒1995
Kate Nesbitt
6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm
608 pp / 28 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-054-6
$45.00 / £26.00

Toward a New Interior
An Anthology of Interior
Design Theory
Lois Weinthal
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
624 pp / 250 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-030-8
$45.00 / £30.00

ZoomScape
Architecture in Motion
and Media
Mitchell Schwarzer
6.1 x 9.3 in / 16 x 23 cm
312 pp / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-441-4
$29.95 / £19.99

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Conversations with
Mies van der Rohe
Moisés Puente
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp / 31 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-753-8
$19.95 / £11.99

Conversations with
Paolo Soleri
Lissa McCullough
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-055-1
$19.95 / £12.99

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Conversations
with Students

A Conversation with Frei Otto
Juan María Songel
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp / 22 2-color col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-884-9
$19.95 / £12.99
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Ian McHarg
Dwelling in Nature
Lynn Margulis et al.
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
112 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-620-3
$19.95 / £12.00

Le Corbusier Talks
with Students
Le Corbusier
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-196-3
$14.95 / £10.95

Louis I. Kahn
Conversations with Students
Louis Kahn
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
112 pp / 12 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-149-9
$19.95 / £12.95

Paul Rand
Conversations with Students
Michael Kroeger
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp / 30 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-725-5
$19.95 / £12.99

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Peter Smithson
Conversations with Students
Catherine Spellman and
Karl Unglaub
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp / 37 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-461-2
$17.95 / £12.99

Rem Koolhaas
Conversations with Students
Rem Koolhaas
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
80 pp / 33 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-885232-02-1
$19.95 / £13.99

Santiago Calatrava
The MIT Lectures
Santiago Calatrava et al.
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
112 pp / 35 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-325-7
$17.95 / £12.99

Tadao Ando
Conversations with Students
Tadao Ando, Matthew Hunter
5.5 x 8 in / 14 x 20 cm
96 pp / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-070-4
$19.95 / £12.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 1-10
Steven Holl et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
480 pp / 700 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-126-0
$45.00 / £28.00

Pamphlet Architecture 11-20
Steven Holl
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
604 pp / 466 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-016-2
$45.00 / £30.00

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Pamphlet Architecture 5
Alphabetical City
Steven Holl
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
72 pp / 176 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-910413-16-9
$16.95 / £9.99

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Architecture

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Pamphlet Architecture 9
Rural and Urban House Types
Steven Holl
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
60 pp / 107 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-910413-15-2
$12.95 / £9.95

Pamphlet Architecture 11
Hybrid Buildings
Joseph Fenton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
48 pp / 97 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-910413-14-5
$12.95 / £9.95

Pamphlet Architecture 12
Building Machines
Robert McCarter
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
64 pp / 106 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-910413-40-4
$16.95 / £9.99

Pamphlet Architecture 13
Edge of a City
Steven Holl
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
64 pp / 70 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-87827-156-3
$14.95 / £9.95

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Pamphlet Architecture 15
War and Architecture
Lebbeus Woods
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
40 pp / 35 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-011-9
$16.95 / £9.99
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Pamphlet Architecture 16
Architecture as a
Translation of Music
Elizabeth Martin
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-012-6
$16.95 / £12.95

Pamphlet Architecture 17
Small Buildings
Mike Cadwell
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
64 pp / 110 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-055-3
$12.95 / £9.95
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Pamphlet Architecture 21
Situation Normal
Paul Lewis et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 150 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-154-3
$16.95 / £9.99
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Pamphlet Architecture 22
Other Plans
University of Chicago Studies
Michael Sorkin Studio
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
96 pp / 44 col / 36 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-309-7
$14.95 / £10.95

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Pamphlet Architecture 23
Move: Sites of Trauma
Johanna Saleh Dickson
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-400-1
$14.95 / £10.95
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Pamphlet Architecture 25
Gravity
James Cathcart et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
108 pp / 95 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-434-6
$16.95 / £10.95
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Pamphlet Architecture 26
Thirteen Projects for the
Sheridan Expressway
Jonathan D. Solomon
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-454-4
$14.95 / £10.95

Pamphlet Architecture 20
Seven Partly Underground
Rooms...
Mary-Ann Ray
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 110 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-103-1
$16.95 / £9.99

Pamphlet Architecture 24
Some Among Them Are
Killers: Unmanaged Landscapes
for Non-U.S. Military and
Government Users
David Ross
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 95 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-389-9
$14.95 / £10.95 / Rights: W

Pamphlet Architecture 27
Tooling
Benjamin Aranda et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 70 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-547-3
$19.95 / £11.99

Pamphlet Architecture 28
Augmented Landscapes
Smout Allen
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-625-8
$19.95 / £11.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 29
Ambiguous Spaces
Nannette Jackowski and
Ricardo de Ostos
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
80 pp / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-795-8
$16.95 / £9.99

Pamphlet Architecture 30
Coupling
Strategies for Infrastructural
Opportunism
InfraNet Lab / Lateral Office
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm / 80 pp
Paperback / 978-1-56898-985-3
$17.95 / £12.99

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Pamphlet Architecture 31
New Haiti Villages
Steven Holl et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
48 pp / 16 col / 31 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-981-5
$19.95 / £12.99
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Pamphlet Architecture 32
Resilience
James A. Craig and
Matt Ozga-Lawn
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm
80 pp / 100 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-031-5
$17.95 / £11.99
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Arts &
Photography

America’s Other Audubon
Joy M. Kiser
11 x 13 in / 28 x 33 cm
192 pp / 69 color / 6 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-059-9
$45.00 / £30.00

Animal Logic
Richard Barnes et al.
12 x 11 in / 30 x 28 cm
144 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-861-0
$65.00 / £40.00

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Around the World
The Grand Tour in
Photo Albums
Barbara Levine and
Kirsten Jensen
12 x 9 in / 30 x 23 cm
208 pp / 200 col / 100 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-708-8
$55.00 / £32.00
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Artpark
1974‒1984
Sandra Q. Firmin
11.5 x 9.3 in / 29 x 23 cm
256 pp / 304 col / 38 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-019-3
$45.00 / £30.00
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At. . .
Writing, mainly about art, from
the London Review of Books
Peter Campbell
4.9 x 8.3 in / 12 x 21 cm
400 pp / 12 col
Paperback / 978-0-907259-43-5
$35.00 / £25.00

Balthazar Korab
Architect of Photography
John Comazzi
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 20 color / 200 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-041-4
$40.00 / £25.00

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A Hyphen Press book

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Bee
Rose-Lynn Fisher
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 20 color / 200 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-076-6
$19.95 / £12.99
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Big Up
Ben Watts
7 x 8.3 in / 18 x 21 cm
192 pp / 300 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-452-0
$35.00 / £25.00

Bird Watching
Paula McCartney et al.
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
120 pp / 40 col / 5 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-855-9
$50.00 / £30.00

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By Hand
The Use of Craft in
Contemporary Art
Shu Hung and Joseph Magliaro
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm
176 pp / 240 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-942-6
$24.95 / £16.99

Creative Time: The Book
Anne Pasternak and
Ruth Peltason
7.9 x 11 in / 20 x 28 cm
288 pp / 275 col / 25 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-804-7
$35.00 / £30.00
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Blackstock’s Collections
The Drawings of an
Artistic Savant
Gregory L. Blackstock
5.5 x 9.5 in / 14 x 24 cm
144 pp / 140 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-579-4
$21.95 / £12.00

Brothels of Nevada
Candid Views of America’s
Legal Sex Industry
Timothy Hursley
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 166 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-418-6
$24.95 / £16.99

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Dance in Cuba
Gil Garcetti
12 x 13 in / 30 x 33 cm
144 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-34-6
$65.00 / £38.00

The Disappearance of
Darkness
Photography at the End of the
Analog Era / Robert Burley
10.6 x 8.5 in / 26.9 x 21.6 cm
160 pp / 71 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-095-7
$50.00 / £30.00

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A Balcony Press book

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Drawing from Life
The Journal As Art
Jennifer New
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 200 col / 5 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-445-2
$29.95 / £16.99
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The Eiffel Tower
Lucien Hervé
5.5 x 9 in / 14 x 23 cm
96 pp / 45 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-372-1
$19.95 / £14.95
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Forest of Pipes
The Walt Disney Concert
Hall Organ
Jennifer Zobelein and
Grant Mudford
8 x 8 in / 20 x 20 cm
80 pp / 100 col
Paperback / 978-1-890449-43-8
$24.95 / £15.00
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A Balcony Press book

From Hieroglyphics
to Isotype
A Visual Autobiography
Otto Neurath
9.4 x 6.7 in / 24 x 17 cm
many col
Hardcover / 978-0-907259-44-2
$50.00
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Frozen Music
Gil Garcetti
16 x 14 in / 41 x 36 cm
96 pp / 45 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-27-8
$125.00 / £88.00
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A Balcony Press book

Ghostly Ruins
America’s Forgotten Architecture
Harry Skrdla
7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
208 pp / 250 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-615-9
$29.95 / £17.00

Holidays on Display
William L. Bird, Jr.
8 x 8.8 in / 20 x 22 cm
160 pp / 150 col / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-695-1
$24.95 / £14.99
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I Am My Family
Photographic Memories
and Fictions
Rafael Goldchain
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
168 pp / 138 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-738-5
$40.00 / £25.00
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Impressions of New York
Prints from the New-York
Historical Society
Marilyn Symmes
11 x 9 in / 28 x 23 cm
304 pp / 32 col / 107 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-492-6
$50.00 / £35.00

Inside the Painter’s Studio
Joe Fig
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
240 pp / 200 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-852-8
$35.00 / £22.50
Ebook / 978-1-61689-117-6
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Jazzpaths
An American Photomemento
David Wild
6.7 x 9.4 in / 17 x 24 cm
112 pp / 65 color / 66 b+w
Hardcover / 978-0-907259-45-9
$35.00
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LaPorte, Indiana
Jason Bitner
6.8 x 8.5 in / 17 x 22 cm
192 pp / 200 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-530-5
$19.95 / £10.99
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Instant
The Story of Polaroid
Christopher Bonanos
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
192 pp / 100 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-085-8
$24.95 / £15.99
Rights: W

Italian Cities and
Landscapes
An Architect’s Sketchbook
William H. Fain, Jr.
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
264 pp / 246 col
Paperback / 978-1-890449-32-2
$27.00 / £18.00

Large Scale
Fabricating Sculpture in
the 1960s and 1970s
Jonathan D. Lippincott
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
256 pp / 160 color / 220 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-934-1
$45.00 / $30.00
Paperback / 978-1-61689-084-1
$40.00 / £25.00

The Learning to See series
The Artist’s Eye
Peter Jenny
4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.46 x 14.7 cm
216 pp / 22 color / 120 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-056-8
$12.00 / £7.99

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The Learning to See series
Drawing Techniques
Peter Jenny
4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.46 x 14.7 cm
168 pp / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-054-4
$12.00 / £7.99

The Learning to See series
Figure Drawing
Peter Jenny
4.12 x 5.8 in / 10.46 x 14.7 cm
188 pp / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-049-0
$12.00 / £7.99

Lickshot
A Photo Scrapbook
Ben Watts
9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm
208 pp / 180 col / 20 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-838-2
$50.00 / £32.00

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Lists / To-dos, Illustrated
Inventories, Collected Thoughts,
and Other Artists’ Enumerations
from the Smithsonian’s Archives
of American Art
Liza Kirwin
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm
208 pp / 115 col / 25 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-888-7
$24.95 / £16.99 / Rights: W

Lost Border
The Landscape of the
Iron Curtain
Brian Rose
10 x 10 in / 25 x 25 cm
144 pp / 87 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-493-3
$40.00 / £28.00

Lucy + Jorge Orta
Food, Water, Life
Lucy + Jorge Orta
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
192 pp / 300 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-991-4
$40.00 / £28.00

Mysteries of the Rectangle
Essays on Painting
Siri Hustvedt
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
204 pp / 50 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-618-0
$24.95 / £11.00

The Mythic City
Photographs of New York by
Samuel H. Gottscho, 1925-1940
Donald Albrecht
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
224 pp / 175 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-015-5
$29.95 / £20.00

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Life on the Lower East Side
Photographs by Rebecca
Lepkoff, 1937–1950
Rebecca Lepkoff et al.
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
192 pp / 170 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-939-6
$29.95 / £19.99

Mingering Mike
The Amazing Career of An
Imaginary Soul Superstar
Dori Hadar
9 x 9.5 in / 23 x 24 cm
192 pp / 136 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-569-5
$24.95 / £14.99
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Nell Brooker Mayhew
Paintings on Paper
Alissa Anderson
8.3 x 8.3 in / 21 x 21 cm
80 pp / 50 col
Paperback / 978-1-890449-35-3
$24.95 / £14.99
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New York Changing
Revisiting Berenice Abbott’s
New York
Douglas Levere and
Bonnie Yochelson
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
192 pp / 170 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-473-5
$40.00 / £28.00
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Newtown Creek
A Photographic Survey of New
York’s Industrial Waterway
Anthony Hamboussi
9.6 x 6.5 in / 24 x 17 cm
432 pp / 237 col / 4 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-858-0
$55.00 / £35.00

Now Is Then
Snapshots from the
Maresca Collection
Marvin Heiferman
7.8 x 9.3 in / 20 x 23 cm
192 pp / 200 col / 50 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-748-4
$29.95 / £16.99

Oak
One Tree, Three Years,
Fifty Paintings
Stephen Taylor
7.75 x 9.25 in / 19.7 x 23.5 cm
112 pp / 125 col
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-032-2
$29.95 / £19.99

Obsessive Consumption
What Did You Buy Today?
Kate Bingaman-Burt
6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm
208 pp / 550 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-890-0
$19.95 / £12.99

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Once Upon a Time
Illustrations from Fairytales,
Fables, Primer, Pop-Ups,
and other Children’s Books.
Amy Weinstein
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
256 pp / 192 col / 325 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-564-0
$35.00 / £19.99

Paris
Women & Bicycles
Gil Garcetti
9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm
128 pp / 100 col
Paperback / 978-1-890449-52-0
$45.00 / £30.00

Paris Changing
Revisiting Eugene Atget’s Paris
Christopher Rauschenberg
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
192 pp / 172 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-680-7
$40.00 / £25.00

Pedro E. Guerrero
A Photographer’s Journey
Pedro E. Guerrero
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
224 pp / 60 col / 137 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-590-9
$55.00 / £35.00

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Publish Your Photography
Book
Darius D. Himes and
Mary Virginia Swanson
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
224 pp / 25 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-883-2
$29.95 / £18.99

Real Photo Postcards
Unbelievable Images from the
Collection of Harvey Tulcensky
Laetitia Wolff
7.1 x 9.3 in / 18 x 23 cm
192 pp / 180 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-556-5
$19.95 / £10.99

Sign Painters
Faythe Levine and Sam Macon
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm
176 pp / 200 color
Paperback
978-1-61689-083-4
$24.95 / £15.99
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Sites of Impact
Meteorite Craters Around
the World
Stan Gaz
10.3 x 13 in / 26 x 33 cm
144 pp / 85 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-815-3
$60.00 / £35.00

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Snapshot Chronicles
Inventing The American
Photo Album
Barbara Levine et al.
10 x 10 in / 25 x 25 cm
192 pp / 576 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-557-2
$40.00 / £25.00

Stickwork
Patrick Dougherty
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
208 pp / 230 col / 20 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-862-7
$50.00 / £32.00
Paperback / 978-1-56898-976-1
$34.95 / £20.00

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Visions of Heaven
The Dome in European
Architecture
David Stephenson and
Victoria Hammond
11 x 11.5 in / 28 x 29 cm
192 pp / 125 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-549-7
$60.00 / £35.00

Water is Key
A Better Future for Africa
Gil Garcetti
12 x 13 in / 30 x 33 cm
112 pp / 80 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-890449-45-2
$65.00 / £40.00

Thrown Rope
Peter Hutchinson
7.5 x 9.8 in / 19 x 25 cm
144 pp / 100 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-561-9
$29.95 / £19.99
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Up on the Roof
New York’s Hidden
Skyline Spaces
Alex MacLean
9 x 12 in / 23 x 30 cm
240 pp / 400 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-050-6
$50.00
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Woodcut
Bryan Nash Gill
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
128 pp / 100 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-048-3
$29.95 / £19.99
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A Year of Mornings
3191 Miles Apart
Maria Alexandra Vettese and
Stephanie Congdon Barnes
6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm
208 pp / 450 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-784-2
$21.95 / £12.99
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Book Arts

Art Deco Bookbindings
The Work of Pierre Legrain
and Rose Adler
Yves Peyré and
H. George Fletcher
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
120 pp / 60 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-462-9
$35.00 / £25.00
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The Book as Art
Artists' Books from the National
Museum of Women in the Arts
Krystyna Wasserman
8.5 x 11 in / 21.6 x 28 cm
208 pp / 186 col / 12 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-992-1
$34.95 / £22.50

By Its Cover
Modern American Book
Cover Design
Ned Drew and Paul Sternberger
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
192 pp / 200 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-497-1
$29.95 / £19.99

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Graphic &
Industrial Design

Classic Book Jackets
The Design Legacy of
George Salter
Thomas Hansen
8.3 x 9.8 in / 21 x 25 cm
200 pp / 224 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-491-9
$35.00 / £25.00
Rights: W

Designing Books
Practice and Theory
Jost Hochuli and Robin Kinross
6.7 x 8.9 in / 17 x 23 cm
168 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-23-7
$30.00

The ABC’s of Triangle Square
Circle
The Bauhaus and Design Theory
Ellen Lupton and
J. Abbott Miller
8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm
64 pp / 105 b+w / Paperback /
978-1-87827-142-6
$24.95

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The Business of Design
Balancing Creativity and
Profitability
Keith Granet
8 x 10 in / 20.3 x 25.4 cm
208 pp / 75 col
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-018-6
$40.00 / £25.00
Ebook / 978-1-61689-127-5
Rights: W

The Complete Engraver
Monograms, Crests, Ciphers,
Seals, and the
Etiquette of Social Stationery
Nancy Sharon Collins
6 x 8.5 in / 15 x 22 cm
224 pp / 170 color / 10 b+w
Hardcover
978-1-61689-067-4
$29.95 / £18.99

Cuba Style
Graphics from the Golden Age
of Design
Steven Heller and
Vicki Gold Levi
8 x 8.8 in / 20 x 22 cm
168 pp / 250 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-360-8
$24.95 / £14.99

Curious Boym
Design Works
Constantin Boym
6.4 x 8.5 in / 16 x 22 cm
224 pp / 290 col / 15 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-353-0
$40.00 / £28.00
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Daniel Eatock Imprint
Daniel Eatock
8.3 x 11.7 in / 21 x 30 cm
224 pp / 700 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-788-0
$60.00 / £30.00
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Design for Victory
World War II Posters on the
American Home Front
William L. Bird, Jr. and
Harry R. Rubenstein
8.8 x 8 in / 22 x 20 cm
120 pp / 170 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-140-6
$24.95 / £14.99
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Design Studies
Theory and Research in
Graphic Design
Audrey Bennett
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
464 pp / 50 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-597-8
$65.00 / £35.00
Paperback / 978-1-56898-586-2
$40.00 / £25.00
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Dish
International Design for
the Home
Julie Muller Stahl
7.3 x 9.8 in / 18 x 25 cm
200 pp / 316 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-476-6
$34.95 / £25.00
Rights: W

Elegantissima
The Design and Typography of
Louise Fili
Louise Fili
8.75 x 8 in / 22.2 x 20 cm
256 pp / 350 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-097-1
$40.00 / £25.00

Exploring Materials
Creative Design for
Everyday Objects
Inna Alesina and Ellen Lupton
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
208 pp / 425 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-768-2
$35.00 / £20.00

Extreme Textiles
Designing for High Performance
Matilda McQuaid
8.5 x 11 in / 22 x 28 cm
224 pp / 200 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-507-7
$45.00

Function, Restraint, and
Subversion in Typography
J. Namdev Hardisty
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
256 pp / 390 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-966-2
$45.00 / £30.00

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The Handy Book of Artistic
Printing
Doug Clouse and
Angela Voulangas
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
224 pp / 185 col / 12 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-705-7
$40.00 / £23.50 / Rights: W

How to Be a Graphic Designer
without Losing Your Soul,
new edition
Adrian Shaughnessy
7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm
176 pp / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-983-9
$24.95
Ebook / 978-1-61689-116-9

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Generative Design
Hartmut Bohnacker, Benedikt
Gross, Julia Laub, and Claudius
Lazzeroni, editor
8 x 11.2 in / 20.3 x 28.4 cm
472 pp / 1500 color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-077-3
$100.00 / £60.00
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It Is Beautiful … then Gone
Martin Venezky
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
192 pp / 1392 col / 35 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-729-3
$29.95 / £16.99
Rights: W

Graphic Design: The New
Basics / Ellen Lupton and
Jennifer Cole Phillips
8 x 9 in / 20 x 23 cm
248 pp / 400 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-770-5
$55.00 / £35.00
Paperback / 978-1-56898-702-6
$35.00 / £20.00

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Make It Bigger
Paula Scher
9.3 x 6.5 in / 23 x 17 cm
272 pp / 300 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-332-5
$45.00 / £32.00
Paperback / 978-1-56898-548-0
$35.00 / £17.99

Mixing Messages
Graphic Design in
Contemporary Culture
Ellen Lupton
8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm
176 pp / 300 col / 64 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-099-7
$35.00 / £23.00

Models and Constructs
Margin Notes to a
Design Culture
Norman Potter
6.7 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
312 pp / 190 b+w
Hardcover / 978-0-907259-04-6
$40.00

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Over and Over
A Catalog of Hand-Drawn
Patterns
Mike Perry
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
256 pp / 250 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-757-6
$35.00 / £20.00

Pulled
A Catalog of Screen Printing
Mike Perry
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
256 pp / 256 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-943-3
$35.00 / £22.50

Robert Brownjohn
Sex and Typography
Emily King
7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm
240 pp / 200 col / 55 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-550-3
$45.00

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Seventy-nine Short Essays
on Design
Michael Bierut
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm / 272 pp
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-699-9
$35.00 / £20.00
Paperback / 978-1-61689-061-2
$27.50 / £15.00
Ebook / 978-1-61689-071-1
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Skin
Surface, Substance, and Design
Ellen Lupton et al.
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
240 pp / 250 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-711-8
$27.50 / £16.00

Soak Wash Rinse Spin
Tolleson Design
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
320 pp / 800 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-198-7
$45.00 / £30.00
Rights: NAM, UK

There’s Nothing Funny
About Design
David Barringer
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 160 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-828-3
$24.95 / £14.99
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Tools of the Imagination
Drawing Tools and Technologies
from the Eighteenth Century
to the Present
Susan Piedmont-Palladino
7.8 x 9.3 in / 20 x 23 cm
128 pp / 115 col / 15 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-599-2
$29.95 / £17.00
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The Transformer
Principles of Making
Isotype Charts
Marie Neurath and
Robin Kinross
8.3 x 10.8 in / 21 x 27 cm
80 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-40-4
$25.00
Rights: NSAM / A Hyphen Press book

Visual Complexity
Mapping Patterns of Information
Manuel Lima
8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm
272 pp / 250 col / 65 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-936-5
$50.00 / £35.00
Rights: W

Visual Function
An Introduction to
Information Design
Paul Mijksenaar
6.8 x 8.3 in / 17 x 21 cm
56 pp / 22 col / 88 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-118-5
$14.95
Rights: NSAM

Volume
Writings on Graphic Design,
Music, Art, and Culture
Kenneth FitzGerald and
Rudy VanderLans
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
256 pp / 9 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-964-8
$24.95 / £14.99 /
Ebook / 978-1-61689-090-2
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Design Briefs

Designing for Social Change
Strategies for Community-Based
Graphic Design
Andrew Shea
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
168 pp / 150 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-047-6
$24.95 / £15.99

What is a Designer
Things, Places, Messages
Norman Potter
5 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm
184 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-16-9
$20.00
Rights: NSAM
A Hyphen Press book

D.I.Y. Design It Yourself
Ellen Lupton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
196 pp / 250 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-552-7
$24.95 / £16.99
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Elements of Design
Rowena Reed Kostellow and the
Structure of Visual Relationships
Gail Greet Hannah and
Designed by Tucker Viemeister
and Seth Kornfeld
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
160 pp / 150 col / Paperback /
978-1-56898-329-5
$24.95 / £16.99 / Rights: W

Form+Code in Design, Art,
and Architecture
Casey Reas et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
176 pp / 120 col / 80 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-937-2
$24.95 / £16.99

Graphic Design Thinking
Beyond Brainstorming
Ellen Lupton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm
184 pp / 240 col / 125 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-979-2
$24.95 / £16.99

Grid Systems
Principles of Organizing Type
Kimberly Elam
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
120 pp / 45 col / 200 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-465-0
$24.95 / £16.99

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Geometry of Design
Second Edition,
Revised and Updated
Studies in Proportion and
Composition
Kimberly Elam
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm
144 pp / 150 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-036-0
$24.95 / £16.99 / Rights: W

Graphic Design Theory
Readings from the Field
Helen Armstrong
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
152 pp / 41 col / 32 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-772-9
$24.95 / £16.99

Indie Publishing
How to Design and Produce
Your Own Book
Ellen Lupton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
176 pp / 270 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-760-6
$24.95 / £16.99

Lettering and Type
Creating Letters and
Designing Typefaces
Bruce Willen et al.
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 515 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-765-1
$24.95 / £16.99

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Participate
Designing with User-Generated
Content
Helen Armstrong and
Zvezdana Stojmirovic
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 21.6 cm
160 pp / 100 col
Paperback / 978-1-61689-025-4
$24.95 / £16.99

Thinking with Type, second,
revised and expanded edition
A Critical Guide for Designers,
Writers, Editors, & Students
Ellen Lupton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
224 pp / 100 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-969-3
$24.95 / £16.99

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Typographic Systems
Kimberly Elam
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
160 pp / 55 col / 400 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-687-6
$24.95 / £16.99

Visual Grammar
Christian Leborg
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
96 pp / 200 2-color col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-581-7
$21.95 / £12.99

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Dot Dot Dot 13
Stuart Bailey and Peter Bilak
6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
104 pp / 14 col / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-90-77620-07-6
$16.95

Dot Dot Dot 16
Stuart Bailey
6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
104 pp / 14 col / 90 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-9794654-1-3
$16.95

Rights: NSAM, SA, Asia

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Dot Dot Dot

The Wayfinding Handbook
Information Design for
Public Places
David Gibson
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
152 pp / 265 col / 5 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-769-9
$24.95 / £16.99
Rights: W

Dot Dot Dot 17
Stuart Bailey
6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
104 pp
Paperback / 978-0-9794654-2-0
$16.95

Dot Dot Dot 19
Stuart Bailey
6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
144 pp / 25 col / 245 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-9794654-4-4
$16.95

Dot Dot Dot 20
Stuart Bailey
6.5 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
144 pp / 25 col / 245 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-9794654-5-1
$16.95

Rights: NSAM, SA, Asia

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Fresh Dialogue

Fresh Dialogue 6
Friendly Fire
AIGA New York Chapter
and James Victore
6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
112 pp / 200 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-582-4
$16.95 / £12.95

Fresh Dialogue 7
Making Magazines
AIGA New York Chapter
and James Truman
6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
128 pp / 100 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-698-2
$16.95 / £9.99

Fresh Dialogue 8
Designing Audiences
AIGA New York Chapter
and Ze Frank
6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
128 pp / 130 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-751-4
$16.95 / £9.99

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Fresh Dialogue 9
In/Visible: Graphic Data
Revealed
AIGA New York Chapter
6.5 x 9 in / 17 x 23 cm
128 pp / 130 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-816-0
$16.95 / £9.99

Active Literature
Jan Tschichold and New
Typography
Christopher Burke
8.3 x 10.9 in / 21 x 28 cm
336 pp / 700 col
Hardcover / 978-0-907259-32-9
$75.00

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Anthony Froshaug
Typography & Texts
Documents of a Life:
Vol 1 and Vol 2
Robin Kinross
6.7 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm
528 pp / 360 b+w / Paperback /
978-0-907259-09-1
$75.00
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Typography

Autonomy
The cover designs of Anarchy
1961–1970
Daniel Poyner, editor
6.8 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm
336 pp / numerous color
Paperback / 978-0-907259-46-6
$35.00 / £25.00
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Counterpunch
Making Type in the Sixteenth
Century, Designing
Typefaces Now
Fred Smeijers
5.5 x 8.7 in / 14 x 22 cm
200 pp / numerous color
Paperback / 978-0-9207259-42-8
$45.00

Detail in Typography
Jost Hochuli
4.9 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm
72 pp / 75 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-34-3
$25.00

Dimensional Typography
J. Abbott Miller
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
64 pp / 30 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-089-8

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Fraktur Mon Amour
Judith Schalansky
4.9 x 7.9 in / 12 x 20 cm
648 pp / 300 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-801-6
$45.00 / £30.00
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Hand Job
A Catalog of Type
Mike Perry
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
256 pp / 500 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-626-5
$35.00 / £20.00

Letter by Letter
An Alphabetical Miscellany
Laurent Pflughaupt
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
160 pp / 139 1-color / 230 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-737-8
$24.95 / £15.00

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Modern Typography
An Essay in Critical History,
2nd Edition
Robin Kinross
5 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm
224 pp / 64 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-18-3
$27.50
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Modern typography
in Britain
Graphic Design, Politics, and
Society, Typography papers 8
Stuart Hall and Paul Stiff
8.5 x 11.7 in / 22 x 30 cm
160 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-39-8
$50.00
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The Stroke
Theory of Writing
Gerrit Noordzij
5 x 8.3 in / 13 x 21 cm
96 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-30-5
$25.00

Type Now
A Manifesto
Fred Smeijers
5.7 x 8.7 in / 14 x 22 cm
144 pp / 16 col
Paperback / 978-0-907259-24-4
$27.50

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Typeface
Classic Typography for
Contemporary Design
Tamye Riggs
10.3 x 9 in / 26 x 23 cm
256 pp / 400 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-810-8
$45.00

Typography Papers 6
The Classical Traditon in Letters
Nicolete Gray et al.
8.5 x 11.7 in / 22 x 30 cm
128 pp
Paperback / 978-0-907259-29-9
$40.00

Typography Sketchbooks
Steven Heller and
Lita Talarico
7.3 x 9.6 in / 18.5 x 24.4 cm
368 pp / 600 col & b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-042-1
$40.00

Unjustified Texts
Perspectives on Typography
Robin Kinross
5 x 8.25 in / 13 x 21 cm
392 pp / 109 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-17-6
$30.00

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Type Spaces
In-house Norms in the
Typography of Aldus Manutius
Peter Burnhill
6.7 x 9.4 in / 17 x 24 cm
144 pp / 150 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-19-0
$35.00
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Visual &
Popular Culture

A View of Early Typography
Up to about 1600
Harry Carter
5.5 x 8.8 in / 14 x 22 cm
208 pp / 84 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-21-3
$35.00

20th-Century Pattern Design
Lesley Jackson
9 x 11 in / 23 x 28 cm
224 pp / 360 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-065-0
$40.00
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The Architect Says
Quotes, Quips, and Words
of Wisdom / compiled and
edited by Laura S. Dushkes
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
160 pp / 2-color
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-093-3
$14.95 / £8.99

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Asleep in the Afternoon
E. C. Large
5 x 7.5 in / 13 x 19 cm
416 pp
Hardcover / 978-0-907259-37-4
$35.00
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Breakthrough!
90 Proven Strategies to
Overcome Creative Block and
Spark Your Imagination
Alex Cornell
5.5 x 7 in / 14 x 18 cm
176 pp / 2-color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-039-1
$17.50 / £10.99
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America’s Doll House
The Miniature World of
Faith Bradford
William L. Bird, Jr.
7.5 x 9 in / 19 x 23 cm
128 pp / 51 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-974-7
$24.95 / £14.99

At a Crossroads
Between a Rock and
My Parents’ Place
Kate T. Williamson
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
144 pp / 144 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-714-9
$19.95 / £11.99

The Best of LCD
The Art and Writing of WFMU
Dave the Spazz
7.6 x 10 in / 19 x 25 cm
256 pp / 150 col / 300 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-715-6
$29.95 / £16.99
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Brooklyn Makers
Food, Design, Craft, and Other
Scenes from the Tactile Life
Jennifer Causey
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 22 cm
176 pp / 300 color
Paperback / 978-1-61689-074-2
$24.95 / £15.99
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Cartographies of Time
A History of the Timeline
Daniel Rosenberg
and Anthony Grafton
8.5 x 10.5 in / 22 x 27 cm
272 pp / 268 col / 40 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-763-7
$50.00 / £30.00
Paperback / 978-1-61689-058-2
$35.00 / £22.50

Catalog
The Illustrated History of
Mail Order Shopping
Robin Cherry
7 x 9 in / 18 x 23 cm
272 pp / 375 col / 125 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-739-2
$35.00 / £22.00
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93

Cocinando!
Fifty Years of Latin Album
Cover Art
Pablo Yglesias
7.5 x 7.5 in / 19 x 19 cm
240 pp / 177 col / 7 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-460-5
$19.95 / £13.99

D.I.Y. Kids
Ellen Lupton and Julia Lupton
7 x 8.5 in / 18 x 22 cm
144 pp / 400 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-707-1
$14.95 / £8.99
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The Englishman Who
Posted Himself and
Other Curious Objects
John Tingey
6 x 9 in / 15 x 23 cm
176 pp / 130 col / 16 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-872-6
$24.95 / £14.99
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Five Flights Up and
Other New York
Apartment Stories
Toni Schlesinger
6.1 x 9 in / 16 x 23 cm
320 pp / 130 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-585-5
$24.95 / £14.00
Ebook / 978-1-56898-670-8

The Electric Information
Age Book
McLuhan/Agel/Fiore and the
Experimental Paperback
Jeffrey T. Schnapp and
Adam Michaels
4.25 x 7 in / 10.8 x 18 cm
216 pp / 50 col / 150 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-61689-034-6
$22.95 / £12.99 / Rights: W

Empire
Nozone IX
Nicholas Blechman
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm
168 pp / 235 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-457-5
$19.95 / £14.99

Forecast
Nozone X
Nicholas Blechman
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm
168 pp / 170 2-color col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-793-4
$24.95 / £14.99

From Here to There
A Curious Collection from the
Hand Drawn Map Association
Kris Harzinski
5 x 7.5 in / 13 x 19 cm
224 pp / 80 col / 62 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-882-5
$17.50 / £9.99

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The Games We Played
The Golden Age of Board and
Table Games
Margaret Hofer
10.3 x 10.5 in / 26 x 27 cm
160 pp / 160 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-397-4
$24.95 / £17.95
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God’s Amateur
The Writing of E. C. Large
Stuart Bailey and Robin Kinross
6.7 x 9.5 in / 17 x 24 cm
128 pp / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-0-907259-38-1
$20.00
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The Guerilla Art Kit
Keri Smith
5 x 7 in / 13 x 18 cm
144 pp / 70 col / 10 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-688-3
$19.95 / £11.99
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Handmade Nation
The Rise of DIY, Art, Craft,
and Design
Faythe Levine and
Cortney Heimerl
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm
176 pp / 225 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-787-3
$24.95 / £14.99
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Hello World
A Life in Ham Radio
Danny Gregory and Paul Sahre
6.8 x 9.3 in / 17 x 23 cm
256 pp / 500 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-281-6
$24.95 / £16.99

Hong Kong Comics
A History of Manhua
Wendy Siuyi Wong
9 x 9.8 in / 23 x 25 cm
204 pp / 1000 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-269-4
$25.00 / £17.99

In the Wilds
Drawings by Nigel Peake
Nigel Peake
6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm
136 pp / 80 col / 18 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-952-5
$22.95 / £14.99

Iowa State Fair
Country Comes to Town
Thomas Leslie
7 x 9.5 in / 18 x 24 cm
144 pp / 125 col / 60 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-568-8
$19.95 / £12.00

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The Lost Christmas Gift
Andrew Beckham
12 x 10 in / 30.5 x 25.4 cm
40 pp / 60 color
Hardcover
978-1-61689-102-2
$29.95 / £19.99

The Map as Art
Contemporary Artists Explore
Cartography / Katharine Harmon
and Gayle Clemans
10 x 9 in / 25 x 23 cm
256 pp / 360 col
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-762-0
$45.00 / £28.00
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Menus for Chez Panisse
The Art and Letterpress
of Patricia Curtan
Patricia Curtan
11 x 9.5 in / 28 x 24 cm
184 pp / 250 col
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-029-2
$40.00 / £25.00

Paint by Number
The How-to Craze that
Swept the Nation
William L. Bird, Jr.
8 x 8.8 in / 20 x 22 cm
144 pp / 185 col / 15 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-282-3
$18.95 / £12.95

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Pinhole Cameras
A DIY Guide
Keeney Chris
5.5 x 8.5 in / 14 x 22 cm
144 pp / 35 col / 175 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-989-1
$19.95 / £10.99

The Projectionist
Kendall Messick and
Brooke Anderson
8 x 10 in / 20 x 25 cm
160 pp / 175 col / 25 b+w
Hardcover / 978-1-56898-933-4
$40.00 / £25.00

Reinventing the Wheel
Jessica Helfand
7.5 x 9.5 in / 19 x 24 cm
160 pp / 100 col / 20 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-596-1
$18.95 / £9.00

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Paula Scher MAPS
Paula Scher
11 x 12 in / 28 x 30.5 cm
144 pp / 100 col
Hardcover / 978-1-61689-033-9
$50.00 / £35.00
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Strips, Toons, and Bluesies
Essays in Comics and Culture
D. B. Dowd and Todd Hignite
7.5 x 11 in / 19 x 28 cm
112 pp / 85 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-621-0
$21.95 / £12.99
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Sugar in the Air
E. C. Large
5 x 7.5 in / 13 x 19 cm
448 pp
Hardcover / 978-0-907259-36-7
$35.00
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Taking Things Seriously
75 Objects with Unexpected
Significance
Joshua Glenn and Carol Hayes
5.5 x 7 in / 14 x 18 cm
176 pp / 85 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-690-6
$17.50 / £9.99
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The Toaster Project
Or a heroic attempt to build
a simple electric appliance
from scratch
Thomas Thwaites
5 x 7.5 in / 13 x 19 cm
192 pp / 83 col / 60 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-997-6
$19.95 / £12.99
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A Year in Japan
Kate T. Williamson
6 x 8 in / 15 x 20 cm
192 pp / 350 col
Paperback / 978-1-56898-540-4
$19.95 / £10.99
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You Are Here
Personal Geographies and Other
Maps of the Imagination
Katharine Harmon
7 x 10 in / 18 x 25 cm
192 pp / 122 col / 50 b+w
Paperback / 978-1-56898-430-8
$24.95 / £13.99
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Index
A
ABC’s of Triangle Square Circle,
The 86
Above Paris 72
Above the Pavement—
the Farm! 72
Abrams, Janet 54
Abruzzo, Emily 70, 75
Active Literature 91
Adalberto Libera 52
A-frame 65
After Taste 74
After the Crash 65
AIGA, New York Chapter 91
Albert Frey Houses 1 + 2 59
Albrecht, Donald 83
Alesina, Inna 87
Alinder, Jim 69
Allen, Smout 79
Alvar Aalto Houses 65
American City X 35
America’s Doll House 93
America’s Other Audubon 6, 80
Amidon, Jane 72
Anchoring 52
Anderson, Alissa 83
Anderson, Brooke 95
Anderson, Mark 64
Anderson, Peter 64
Anderson, Stanford 53
Andersso, Arthur 56
Andraos, Amale 72
Andrea Cochran 70
Animal Logic 80
Animate Form 52
Anthony Froshaug 91
Antiquities of Athens, The 63
Aran, Berge 60
Aranda, Benjamin 79
Archigram 52
Architect Says, The 93
Architectural Detail, The 65
Architectural League of New
York, The 58
Architectural Lighting 58
Architectural Photography the
Digital Way 58
Architectural Regionalism 74
Architecture and Film 74
Architecture and the Sciences 74
Architecture From the
Outside In 74
Architecture of Diplomacy,The 65
Architecture of Modern Italy,
The 65
Architecture of the Off-Modern 74
Architecture of the Ozarks,The 52
Architecture Oriented
Otherwise 74
Armstrong, Helen 89, 90
Around the World 80
Art Deco Bookbindings 85

Art Deco San Francisco 52
Artificial Light 74
Artist’s Eye, The 82
Artpark 80
Art Parks 20
Asleep in the Afternoon 93
At... 80
At a Crossroads 93
AT-INdex 52
Atlas of Novel Tectonics 52
Austin Val Verde 60
B
Bader, Sara 10
Bailey, Stuart 90, 94
Baltimore Rowhouse, The 65
Bamboo Fences 65
Barnes, Richard 80
Barnes, Stephanie Congdon 85
Barringer, David 88
Belfoure, Charles 65
Bell, Michael 64
Bell, Victoria Ballard 64
Bennett, Audrey 86
Bennett, Edward H. 63
Bennett, Paul 62
Benton, Caroline Maniaque 67
Berger, Alan 71
Berger, Robert 69
Bergman, David 59
Berke, Arnold 55
Bernard Tschumi/
Zénith De Rouen 61
Bernheimer, Andrew 57
Bernstein, Phillip 65
Best of LCD, The 93
Betts, Stella 55
Beyond the Edge 72
Big Idea, The 52
Big Up 81
Bilak, Peter 90
Bingaman-Burt, Kate 45, 84
Bing Thom Architects 52
Bing Thom Works 52
Biopolitics and the Emergence of
Modern Architecture 74
Bioreboot 52
Bird’s Eye Views 72
Bird Watching 81
Bird Watching and Other
Nature Observations 42
Bird, William L., Jr. 4, 82, 86,
93, 95
Bishop, Carol 66
Bitner, Jason 82
Blackstock, Gregory L. 81
Blackstock’s Collections 81
Blackwell, Marlon 52
Blechman, Nicholas 94
Block by Block 72
Blostein, Beth 75
Bloszies, Charles 59
Bodziak, Gerald 76
Bognar, Botond 55

Bolchover, Joshua 77
Bollnow, Otto Friedrich 76
Bonnemaison, Sarah 67
Book as Art, The 85
Boyer, M. Christine 76
Boym, Constantin 86
Boym, Svetlana 74
Branch, Mark Alden 53
Brash, Alexander 71
Breakthrough! 93
Brooklyn Makers 93
Brostrom, Caitlin Lempres 54
Brothels of Nevada 81
Brownell, Blaine 59, 64, 68
Bryan, John M. 61
Buckley, Craig 64
Building Envelopes 59
Building (in) the Future 65
Bunker Archeology 66
Burke, Anthony 76
Burke, Christopher 91
Burnham, Daniel H. 63
Burnhill, Peter 92
Burton, Pamela 71
Busch, Akiko 75
Business of Design, The 86
By Hand 81
By Its Cover 85
Byrd, Warren T. Jr. 14
C
Cadwell, Mike 79
Calatrava, Santiago 78
Callejas, Luis 37
Calthorpe, Peter 73
Camber, Diane W. 68
Campanella, Thomas J. 73
Campbell, Peter 80
Cape Cod Cottage, The 66
Cape, Francis 22
Capital Dilemma 74
Carter, Harry 93
Cartographies of Time 93
Casa Alta 16
Catalog 93
Cathcart, James 79
Causey, Jennifer 93
Chang, Gary 67
Cherry, Robin 93
Chiei, Chris 69
Childs, Mark C. 59
Chris, Keeney 95
Chrysler Building, The 60
Cigliano, Jan 63
Cigola, Francesca 20
Citizens of No Place 66
City Building 73
Classic Book Jackets 86
Cleary, Richard L. 62
Clemans, Gayle 95
¡Cocinando! 94
Codewriting Workbook, The 63
Cohen, Jean-Louis 72
Cohen-Litan, Jonathan 73

Colley, David P. 8
Colley, Elizabeth Keegin 8
Colonial Revival Maine 66
Complete Engraver, The 86
Concrete Dragon, The 73
Condemned Building 53
Coney Island 73
Constructing a New Agenda
for Architecture 75
Contemporary Classical
53, 54, 56, 57
Contemporary Curtain Wall
Architecture 63
Conversations with
Mies van der Rohe 77
Conversations with
Paolo Soleri 77
Conversation with
Frei Otto, A 77
Cook, Peter 52
Corbellini, Giovanni 52
Corner, James 71
Corser, Robert 75
Counterpunch 91
Courtyard Housing in
Los Angeles 71
Crafting a Modern World 66
Craig, James A. 80
Cranbrook 61
Crandell, Gina 32
Creative Time: The Book 81
Cruising LA 70
Cuba Style 86
Cuff, Dana 73
Curious Boym 86
Curtan, Patricia 95
Czerniak, Julia 71
D
Dance in Cuba 81
Daniel Eatock Imprint 86
Daniell, Thomas 65
Darden, Douglas 53
Dartmouth College 61
Dave the Spazz 93
Davids, René 64
de Alba, Roberto 56
Deamer, Peggy 65
Dean, Andrea Oppenheimer
56, 57
Dean, Kathryn 53
Dean/Wolf Architects 53
Decker, Julie 68, 69
Demson, Michael 61
Denari, Neil M. 54
de Ostos, Ricardo 80
Descanso 71
Descottes, Hervé 58
Design Ecologies 75
Designer Says, The 10
Design for Victory 86
Designing Books 86
Designing for Social Change 89
Designing Paradise 66

Index

97

Design Studies 86
Detail in Process 64
Detail in Typography 91
Details in Contemporary
Architecture 64
Details, Technology, and Form 64
Devil’s Workshop 53
D’Hooghe, Alexander 73
Dickson, Johanna Saleh 79
Digital Fabrications 59
Diller, Elizabeth 53
Dimension 75
Dimensional Typography 91
Dimitrova, Bilyana 61, 70
Disappearance of
Darkness, The 81
Dish 86
D.I.Y. Design It Yourself 89
D.I.Y. Kids 94
Domin, Christopher 56
Donogoo-Tonka or the
Miracles of Science 75
Dot Dot Dot 90
Dougherty, Patrick 85
Dowd, D. B. 96
Drawing from Life 81
Drawing Techniques 83
Draw Your Own Alphabets 12
Drew, Ned 85
Drosscape 71
Dubbeldam, Winka 52
Duke University 61
Dunlop, Beth 67
E
Earth Architecture 66
Eatock, Daniel 86
Eckert, Kathryn 61
Eck, Jeremiah 67
Eco-Tec 75
Edifices de Rome Moderne 63
Eero Saarinen 53
Eiffel Tower, The 81
Eisenbach, Ronit 67
Eisenman Architects/
The University of Phoenix
Stadium for the Arizona
Cardinals 61
Eladio Dieste 53
Elam, Kimberly 89, 90
Electric Information Age
Book, The 94
Elegantissima 87
Elements of Design 89
Ellin, Nan 76
Elliott + Elliott Architecture 24
Elliott, Elizabeth 24
Elliott, Matthew 24
Empire 94
Engineered Transparency 64
Englishman Who Posted
Himself and Other Curious
Objects, The 94
Erwin Hauer Continua 53

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Index

Ethical Architect, The 75
Ethics for Architects 59
Everything All at Once 53
Expanded Practice 53
Explorations 53
Exploring Materials 87
Extreme Textiles 87
F
Fabricating Architecture 75
Fain, Bill 66
Fain, William H. Jr. 82
Fast-Forward Urbanism 73
Fenton, Joseph 78
50 Years of Recuperation of the
Situationist International 75
Fig, Joe 82
Figure Drawing 83
Figure/Ground 66
Firmin, Sandra Q. 80
Fisher, Thomas 59
FitzGerald, Kenneth 88
Five Flights Up and
Other New York
Apartment Stories 94
Five Houses, Ten Details 75
Flesh 53
Fletcher, H. George 85
FOBA/Buildings 53
Ford, Edward R. 65, 75
Forecast 94
Forest of Pipes 81
Form+Code in Design, Art,
and Architecture 89
Form Follows Finance 75
Fougeron, Anne 54
Fougeron Architecture 54
Fox, Stephen 61
Fragments of Utopia 66
Fraktur Mon Amour 92
Frank Furness 54
Frank Lloyd Wright’s
Fallingwater 60
Frank Lloyd Wright’s
Martin House 60
Frank, Ze 91
Freeman, Michael 67
Fresh Dialogue 91
Friedman, Avi 68, 76
From Autos to Architecture 66
From Here to There 94
From Hieroglyphics to
Isotype 81
From the Ground Up 73
Frozen Music 82
Full Irish 66
Function, Restraint, and
Subversion in Typography 87
Fuss, Troy 70
G
Games We Played, The 94
Gandelsonas, Mario 74
Gang, Jeanne 57

Gannon, Todd 61
Garcetti, Gil 60, 81, 82, 84, 85
Garofalo, Francesco 52
Gastil, Raymond W. 72
Gateway 71
Gaz, Stan 84
Geography of Home 75
Geometry of Design 89
Ghost 54
Ghostly Ruins 82
Giannetto, Raffaella Fabiani 72
Gibson, David 90
Gill, Bryan Nash 85
Giovannini, Joseph 55
Glenn, Joshua 96
God’s Amateur 94
Goldberg, Jeff 60
Goldchain, Rafael 82
Golub, Jennifer 59
Good, Albert 63
Gordon, Alastair 70
Grafton, Anthony 93
Granet, Keith 86
Grant Jones / Jones & Jones 72
Graphic Design, The New
Basics 87
Graphic Design Theory 89
Graphic Design Thinking 89
Gray, Nicolete 92
Greenest Home, The 18
Green House, The 67
Green Roof — A Case Study 71
Gregor, Danny 95
Grid Systems 89
Gross, Benedikt 87
Guastavino Vaulting 67
Guerilla Art Kit, The 94
Guerrero, Pedro E. 84
Guggenheim New York |
Guggenheim Bilbao 60
Guide to Archigram 1961–74, A 54
Gutman, Robert 74
Gyroscopic Horizons 54
H
Hadar, Dori 83
Hall, Stuart 92
Hamboussi, Anthony 84
Hammett, Jerilou 73
Hammett, Kingsley 73
Hammond, Victoria 85
Hand Job 92
Handmade Nation 94
Handy Book of Artistic
Printing, The 87
Hannah, Gail Greet 89
Hansen, Thomas 86
Hardisty, J. Namdev 87
Hardy, Hugh 26
Hargreaves, George 71
Harmon, Katharine 96
Harris, Steven 57
Hartman, George E. 63
Harzinski, Kris 94

Hauer, Erwin 53
Havana Guide, The 70
Hawthorne, Christopher 67
Hayes, Carol 96
Hays, K. Michael 75
Hayward, Mary Ellen 65
Head, Jeffrey 56
Heeger, Susan 30
Heiferman, Marvin 84
Heimerl, Cortney 94
Helfand, Harvey 62
Helfand, Jessica 95
Helfrich, Kurt G. F. 66
Heller, Steven 86, 92
Hello World 95
Hervé, Lucien 81
Hibbard, Don 66
Hignite, Todd 96
Hill-Stead 67
Himes, Darius D. 84
History of Architectural
Theory, A 75
Hochuli, Jost 86, 91
Hofer, Margaret 94
Holidays on Display 82
Holl, Steven 52, 54, 56, 73,
78, 80
Hong Kong Comics 95
Hotel as Home 67
House 54
House for My Mother, A 67
House in the Landscape 67
Houses of Maine 24
Houses of WilliamWurster,The 54
Höweler, Eric 53
How to Be a Graphic Designer
without Losing Your Soul 87
How to Photograph
Buildings and Interiors 67
Human Space 76
Hung, Shu 81
Hursley, Timothy 56, 57, 81
Hustvedt, Siri 83
Hutchinson, Peter 85
I
I Am My Family 82
Ian McHarg 77
Impressions of New York 82
Indie Publishing 89
InfraNet Lab / Lateral Office 80
Ingersoll, Richard 73
Inside Prefab 67
Inside the Painter’s Studio 82
Installations by Architects 67
Instant 82
Integrated Design in
Contemporary Architecture 64
Intertwining 54
In the Wilds 95
Iowa State Fair 95
Iron 60
Italian Architecture of
the 16th Century 67

Italian Cities and
Landscapes 82
It Is Beautiful…then Gone 87
Iwamoto, Lisa 59
J
Jackowski, Nannette 80
Jackson, Davina 68
Jackson, Lesley 93
James Carpenter 54
James, Vincent 57
Jazzpaths 82
Jenny, Peter 82
Jensen, Kirsten 80
Jetsonen, Jari 65
Jetsonen, Sirkkaliisa 65
Johnson, Scott 52, 66, 69
Johnston, Norman 62
Jones, Partners: Architecture 54
Julie Snow Architects 54
K
Kahn, Louis 77
Kaiser, Harvey H. 70
Kedan, Elite 56
Kentner, Jason 72
Kesling Modern Structures 54
Kieran Timberlake
Associates 60
Killory, Christine 64
Kim, Jeannie 64
King, Emily 88
King, Joseph 56
Kinross, Robin 86, 88, 91,
92, 94
Kipnis, Jeffrey 61
Kirk, Terry 65
Kirwin, Liza 83
Kiser, Joy M. 80
Kleinman, Kent 60, 74
Klinkenborg, Verlyn 6
Koolhaas, Rem 78
Kopelow, Gerry 58, 67
Kornfeld, Seth 89
Krawczyk, Robert J. 63
Kriken, John Lund 73
Kroeger, Michael 77
Kruft, Hanno-Walter 75
Kundig, Tom 57
Kuth, Byron 55
Kuth/Ranieri Architects 55
L
Lai, Jimenez 66
Lamster, Mark 74
Landprints 30
Landscape Urbanism
Reader, The 71
Lange, Alexandra 59
LaPorte, Indiana 82
Lappin, Sarah A. 66
L’Architecture 63
Large, E. C. 93, 96
Large Parks 32, 71

Laub, Julia 87
Lazzeroni, Claudius 87
LCLA Office 37
Learning to See series, The 82
Leatherbarrow, David 74
Leborg, Christian 90
Le Corbusier 77
Le Corbusier and the
Maisons Jaoul 67
Le Corbusier, Homme de
Lettres 76
Le Corbusier Talks with
Students 77
Ledoux, Claude-Nicolas 63
LEED Materials 68
Leers, Andrea 55
Leet, Stephen 60
Leisurama Now 68
Leitner, Bernhard 60
Lepkoff, Rebecca 83
Lerup, Lars 71
Leslie, Thomas 95
Letarouilly, Paul 63
Letter by Letter 92
Lettering and Type 89
Leven Betts 55
Leven, David 55
Levere, Douglas 83
Levine, Barbara 80, 85
Levine, Faythe 94
Levi, Vicki Gold 86
Lewis, David J. 55
Lewis, Paul 55, 79
Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis 55
Liberal Monument, The 73
L!brary Book, The 68
Lickshot 83
Life on the Lower East Side 83
Lima, Manuel 88
Linn, Robert 69
Lists 83
Livingston, Morna 69
Loblolly House 60
Local Architecture 28
Loeffler, Jane C. 65
Loomis, John 69
Lost Border 83
Lost Christmas Gift, The 95
Louis I. Kahn 77
Louisville Guide 70
Lovell, Jenny 59
Lucius, Clemens von 38
Lucy + Jorge Orta 83
Luhan, Gregory A. 70
Lupton, Ellen 86, 87, 88, 89,
90, 94
Lupton, Julia 94
Lyall, Sutherland 64
Lyndon, Donlyn 69
Lynn, Greg 52
M
MacKay-Lyons, Brian 28, 54
MacLean, Alex 85

Macon, Sam 84
Made to Measure 55
Magliaro, Joseph 81
Make It Bigger 87
Making a Case 76
Manfredi, Michael 57
Manhattan Skyscrapers 60
Map as Art, The 95
Margulis, Lynn 77
Marina City 55
Marjanovic, Igor 55
Marmol, Leo 55
Marmol Radziner + Associates 55
Marpillero, Sandro 54
Marras, Amerigo 75
Marr, Warren 71
Martin, Elizabeth 79
Mary Colter 55
Material Immaterial 55
Materials for Design 64
Material Strategies 59
Matter in the Floating World 68
McCarter, Robert 78
McCartney, Paula 81
McCullough, Lissa 77
McMillan, Elizabeth 16
McQuaid, Matilda 87
Meacham, Scott 61
Mehrdad Yazdani 55
Meisel, Ari 68
Mellin, Robert 69
Mennel, Timothy 72
Menus for Chez Panisse 95
Merwood-Salisbury, Joanna 74
Messick, Kendall 95
Miami Modern Metropolis 68
Michaels, Adam 94
Michael Sorkin Studio 79
Mies Van der Rohe’s Krefeld
Villas 60
Mijksenaar, Paul 88
Miller|Hull 55
Miller|Hull Partnership, The 55
Miller, J. Abbott 86, 91
Miller, Marla R. 36
Miller, Rod 62
Mingering Mike 83
Minka 68
Mitnick, Keith 74
Mitrovic, Branko 59
Mixing Messages 87
Model Making 59
Models and Constructs 87
Modern American Housing 34
Moderne 68
Modern North 68
Modern Typography 92
Modern typography in Britain 92
Moe, Kiel 64
More Mobile 68
More Scenes from the Rural Life 6
Morgan, William 58, 66
Moskovitz, Julie Torres 18
Moskow, Keith 69

Mudford, Grant 81
Murphy, Kevin 66
Murray, Scott 63
Myers, Mary 70
Mysteries of the Rectangle 83
Mythic City, The 83
N
Narrow Houses 68
Nash, Eric P. 60
National Park Architecture
Sourcebook, The 70
Natural Architecture 71
Natural Houses 56
Nature of Place, The 76
Nell Brooker Mayhew 83
Nelson Byrd Woltz:
Landscapes 14
Nesbitt, Kate 77
Nests & Eggs Notecards 43
Network Practices 76
Neuman, David J. 62
Neurath, Marie 88
Neurath, Otto 81
New City Books 35
New, Jennifer 81
Newman, Morris 57
New Public Works 34
Newtown Creek 84
New York Changing 83
Next American
Metropolis, The 73
Next Wave 68
Ngo, Dung 57
No Nails, No Lumber 56
Noordzij, Gerrit 92
Northwestern University 61
Now Is Then 84
O
Oak 84
Obsessive Consumption 84
Ochsendorf, John 67
O’Doherty, Brian 76
O’Donnell, Sheila 56
O’Donnell + Tuomey 56
O’Gorman, James F. 67
Old Buildings, New Designs 59
Olson, Sheri 55
Once Upon a Time 84
OneFiveFour 56
On Vision and Colors by
Arthur Schopenhauer
and Color Sphere by
Philipp Otto Runge 76
Orr, Stephen 14
Over and Over 88
Ozga-Lawn, Matt 80
P
Page, Max 36
Paint by Number 95
Paiva, Tom 52
Pamela Burton Landscapes 71

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Pamphlet Architecture
37, 78, 79, 80
Paolo Bürgi Landscape
Architect 72
Parallax 56
Paris 84
Paris Changing 84
Park and Recreation
Structures 63
Participate 90
Pascal, Patrick 54
Pasternak, Anne 81
Paula Scher MAPS 47, 95
Paul Rand 77
Paul Rudolph 56
Paul Rudolph: The Florida
Houses 56
Peake, Nigel 95
Pedro E. Guerrero 84
Peltason, Ruth 81
Pencil Points Reader 63
Perry, Mike 88, 92
Peter Rose 56
Peter Smithson 78
Peters, Richard C. 54
Peyré, Yves 85
Pflughaupt, Laurent 92
Phillips, Jennifer Cole 87
Philosophy for Architects 59
Photographing Architecture
and Interiors 68
Picon, Antoine 74
Piedmont-Palladino, Susan
53, 88
Pinhole Cameras 95
Pinnell, Patrick L. 62
Plan of Chicago 63
Poletti, Therese 52
Polyzoides, Stefanos 71
Ponte, Alessandra 74
Post-Ductility 64
Postmodern Urbanism 76
Potter, Norman 87, 89
Poyner, Daniel 91
Prefab Prototypes 64
Pridmore, Jay 61
Proceed and Be Bold 56
Projectionist, The 95
Prospect Park 8
Provisional 56
Publish Your Photography
Book 84
Puente, Moisés 77
Pulled 88
Q
Quinan, Jack 60
Quonset Hut 69
R
Radical Reconstruction 56
Radziner, Ron 55
Rael, Ronald 66

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Index

Ramos, Cecilia E. 58
Randl, Chad 65, 69
Rand, Patrick 64
Rauschenberg, Christopher 84
Ray, Katerina Rüedi 55
Ray, Mary-Ann 79
R. Buckminster Fuller 56
Real Photo Postcards 84
Reas, Casey 89
Reclaiming the American West 71
Recovering Landscape 71
Reilly, Lisa 62
Reinventing the Wheel 95
Reiser, Jesse 52
Reisley, Roland 70
Remarkable Structures 64
Rem Koolhaas 78
Reps, John W. 72
Responsive Architecture 57
Reveal 57
Revett, Nicholas 63
Revolution of Forms 69
Revolving Architecture 69
Rice University 61
Richard Haag 72
Richard Hollis Designs for
the Whitechapel 39
Richard Neutra’s
Miller House 60
Richards, Larry Wayne 62
Riggs, Tamye 92
Robbins, Mark 34, 35
Robert Brownjohn 88
Rocca, Alessandro 71
Roderick, John 68
Rodriguez, Eduardo 70
Rogers Marvel Architects 57
Romains, Jules 75
Roman, Antonio 53
Ronan, John 53
Rose, Brian 83
Rosenberg, Daniel 93
Rose, Peter 56
Ross, David 79
Rowe, Colin 67
Rubenstein, Harry R. 86
Rural Studio 57
Ryan, Zoë 73
S
Sacred Spaces 69
Sahre, Paul 68, 95
Sammlung Architektonischer
Entwürfe 63
Sample, Hilary 53
Santiago Calatrava 78
Satkowski, Leon 67
Saunders, William S. 72
Schalansky, Judith 92
Scher, Paula 47, 87, 95
Schinkel, Karl Friedrich 63
Schlesinger, Toni 94
Schleuning, Sarah 68

Schnapp, Jeffrey T. 94
Schneiderman, Deborah 67
Schumacher, Thomas L. 60
Schwarzer, Mitchell 77
Scofidio, Ricardo 53
Sea Ranch, The 69
Seddon, Tony 12
Serraino, Pierluigi 70
75 Artist Books: The Kaldewey
Press, New York 38
Seventy-nine Short Essays on
Design 88
Shallow Water Dictionary 72
Shanghai Reflections 76
Shaughnessy, Adrian 87
Shea, Andrew 89
Sherman, Roger 73
Shulman, Allan T. 68
Shulman, Julius 68
Siddiqi, Anooradha Iyer 68
Siegal, Jennifer 68
Sign Painters 84
Sites of Impact 84
Skin 88
Skrdla, Harry 82
Small Scale 69
Smeijers, Fred 91, 92
Smith College 61
Smith, G. E. Kidder 69
Smith, Keri 94
Snapshot Chronicles 85
Snow, Julie 54
Soak Wash Rinse Spin 88
Solid States 64
Solomon, Jonathan D.
75, 76, 77, 79
Songel, Juan María 77
Source Book of American
Architecture 69
Southern Comfort 69
Souvenir Nation 4
Spec, Lawrence W. 62
Spellman, Catherine 78
Spier, Steven 69
Sprawltown 73
Stahl, Georg 76
Stahl, Julie Muller 86
Stanford University 62
Stang, Alanna 67
Starr, S. Frederick 69
Steele, James 58
Stephenson, David 85
Steps to Water 69
Sternberger, Paul 85
Steven Holl Architects/
Simmons Hall 61
Stickwork 85
Stiff, Paul 92
Stilgoe, John R. 72
Stojmirovic, Zvezdana 90
Stoller, Ezra 60
Storm and the Fall, The 57
Stravitz, David 60

Street Value 73
Strips, Toons, and Bluesie 96
Stroke, The 92
Stuart, James 63
Studio and Cube 76
Subnature 76
Suburbanization of
New York, The 73
Sugar in the Air 96
Survival City 76
Sustainable Design 59
Sustain and Develop 77
Sutro, Dirk 62
Suzuki, Osamu 65
Swanson, Mary Virginia 84
Swiss Made 69
Sykes, A. Krista 75
Symmes, Marilyn 82
T
Taking Things Seriously 96
Talarico, Lita 92
Tall Building 69
Taylor, Stephen 84
Terragni’s Danteum 60
Theater of Architecture 26
Theorizing a New Agenda
for Architecture 77
There’s Nothing Funny About
Design 88
Thermally Active Surfaces in
Architecture 64
Thinking with Type 90
Think/Make 57
Thomas, George E. 54, 62
Thrown Rope 85
Thwaites, Thomas 96
Tierney, Therese 76
Tilder, Lisa 75
Tilting 69
Timpane, John 70
Tingey, John 94
Toaster Project, The 96
To Each His Home 70
Tolleson Design 88
Tom Kundig 57
Tom Leader Studio 72
Tools of the Imagination 88
Toward a New Interior 77
Transformer, The 88
Transmaterial 64, 65
Tree Gardens 32
True Life 57
Truman, James 91
Tschanz, Martin 69
Tsurumaki, Marc 55, 79
Tully, Peggy 34
Tuomey, John 56
20th-Century Pattern Design 93
Typeface 92
Type Now 92
Type Spaces 92
Typographic Systems 90

Typography Papers 6 92
Typography Sketchbooks 92
U
Umebayashi, Katsu 53
Umemoto, Nanako 52
Unglaub, Karl 78
University of California,
Berkeley 62
University of California,
San Diego 62
University of Cincinnati 62
University of Massachusetts
Amherst 36
University of Pennsylvania 62
University of Texas at
Austin 62
University of Toronto 62
University of Washington 62
Unjustified Texts 92
Up on the Roof 85
Urban Composition 59
Urbanisms 73
Usonia, New York 70
V
Valle, Jared Della 57
Vanderbilt, Tom 76
VanderLans, Rudy 88
Van Duzer, Leslie 60
Van Lengen, Karen 62
Van Valkenburgh, Michael 71
Vassar College 62
Vatican and Saint Peter’s
Basilica of Rome, The 63
Venezky, Martin 87
Veresani, Luca 52
Vettese, Maria Alexandra 85
Vickery, Margaret Birney 61
Victore, James 91
Viemeister, Tucker 89
View of Early Typography, A 93
Vintage Typography
Notecards 46
Virilio, Paul 66
Visions of Heaven 85
Visual Complexity 88
Visual Function 88
Visual Grammar 90
VJAA 57
Volume 88
Voulangas, Angela 87
W
Waldheim, Charles 71
Wallenstein, Sven-Olov 74
Wandering the Garden of
Technology and Passion 70
Wark, McKenzie 75
Wasserman, Krystyna 85
Water is Key 85
Watts, Ben 81, 83
Wayfinding Handbook, The 90

Weekend Utopia 70
Weinstein, Amy 84
Weinthal, Lois 74, 77
Weiss/Manfredi 57
Weiss, Marion 57
Werner, Megan 59
We Sit Together 22
West Point U.S. Military
Academy 62
What Did I Buy Today? 45
What is a Designer 89
Whitaker, William 66
Wild, David 66, 82
Willen, Bruce 89
William L. Pereira 58
Williamson, Kate T. 93, 96
Willis, Carol 75
Wilson, Christopher 39
Winter, Steven 68
Wise, Chris 56
Wise, Michael Z. 74
Wittgenstein House, The 60
Wolff, Laetitia 84
Woltz, Thomas L. 14
Wong, Wendy Siuyi 95
Woodcut 85
Woodcut Notecards 44
Wood, Dan 72
Woods, Lebbeus 56, 57, 79
Woo, Rosten 73
Workbook 70
Wright, Frank Lloyd 66
Writing about Architecture 59
X
X-Urbanism 74
Y
Yale University 62
Yankee Modern 58
Year in Japan, A 96
Year of Mornings, A 85
Yessios, Chris I. 70
Yglesias, Pablo 94
Yochelson, Bonnie 83
Yoon, J. Meejin 53
Yoos, Jennifer 57
Yoshikawa, Isao 65
You Are Here 96
Young Architects 33, 58
Z
Zaha Hadid/BMW Central
Building 61
Zobelein, Jennifer 81
ZoomScape 77

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