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What Is Critical Urbanism?
Urban Research as Pedagogy
Edited by Kenny Cupers, Sophie Oldfield, Manuel Herz, Laura Nkula‑Wenz, Emilio Distretti, and Myriam Perret
A methodological and pedagogical toolkit for urban research, this book is tailored to students, graduates, and teachers of urban studies and related disciplines including architecture, urban design, human geography, architectural history, and urban anthropology.
204 p. | 116 color plates | 9 halftones
Cloth $70.00


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Futures of the Architectural Exhibition
Mario Ballesteros, Giovanna Borasi, Ann Lui, Ana Miljacki, Zoë Ryan, Martino Stierli, Shirley Surya in Conversation with Students
Edited by Reto Geiser and Michael Kubo
Futures of the Architectural Exhibition records a discussion of critical approaches to the representation of architecture through conversations with seven contemporary curators working inside and outside of the museum.  
256 p. | 70 halftones
Paper $25.00


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The Making of a Mosque
Djamaa al‑Djazaïr—The Grand Mosque of Algiers by KSP Engel
Edited by Jürgen Engel and Christian Welzbacher
With rich detail and lavish illustrations, this book tells the full story of how Algiers’s Djamaa al‑Djazaïr, the world’s third‑largest mosque after those of Mecca and Medina, was created and constructed. A historical and typological classification of this singular structure in the long history of mosque construction rounds out this stunning volume. 
240 p. | 200 color plates | 35 halftones
Cloth $55.00


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EUROPAN 16 Austria—Living Cities
Edited by Iris Kaltenegger, Bart Lootsma, and EUROPAN Austria
This book features the winning submissions to the sixteenth EUROPAN Competition in 2021 for the Austrian cities of Graz, Klagenfurt, and Linz. EUROPAN is an initiative supported by nine European countries, which stages a biannual competition for young architects as well as landscape and urban designers.
120 p. | 46 color plates | 76 halftones
Paper $30.00


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System of Novelties
Dawn Finley and Mark Wamble, Interloop—Architecture
Dawn Finley
System of Novelties is a unique hybrid of monograph and field guide, offering insights into the creative practice and design expertise of Interloop—Architecture. It demonstrates the firm’s technical expertise with materials, manufacturing, and delivery processes and offers insights into innovative forms of contemporary architectural practice.
Architecture at Rice
312 p. | 181 color plates | 32 halftones | 175 line drawings
Paper $49.00

 



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