THOUGHTS ON ARCHITECTURE

From Park Books

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Thoughts Form Matter
Edited by Verena Konrad
Thoughts Form Matter is a plea for the power of architecture as a vehicle for intellectual investigation once again and for the freedom to create spaces which are uninhibited by functional and economic constraints.
172 p., 26 color plates, 26 halftones
Paper $35.00


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New Architecture in South Tyrol 2012–2018
Edited by Kunst Meran, Südtiroler Künstlerbund, and Architekturstiftung Südtirol
The book offers a survey of recent architectural trends and developments in this alpine environment and discusses them in the context of current trends and developments in architecture more broadly.
352 p., 381 color plates, 130 halftones
Paper $65.00

 

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Best of Austria
Architecture 2016–17
Edited by Architekturzentrum Wien
Since 2008, Austria’s national architecture museum, Architekturzentrum Wien, has published Best of Austria, a biennial volume dedicated to the award-winning architecture developed in Austria or by Austrian architects. The latest edition brings together 153 projects, from public buildings and spaces to offices, educational facilities, and single-family homes
260 p., 254 color plates, 176 halftones
Cloth $65.00




From Intellect

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Architecture Filmmaking
Edited by Igea Troiani and Hugh Campbell
This book investigates how the field of architecture utilizes the practice of filmmaking in research and teaching and explores the consequences of this interdisciplinary exchange.
382 p., 85 halftones
Cloth $120.00


From Scheidegger and Spiess

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Close-Up—Ruch & Partner Architects 1994–2018
Edited by Ruch and Partners Architects
With Photographs by Filippo Simonetti

Close-Up brings together the firm’s key designs, both realized buildings and projects and proposals, including the restored houses in the Engadin, for which the firm first became famous.
424 p., 272 color plates, 6 half tones, 282 line drawings
Cloth $160.00


From Hirmer Publishers

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Built towards the Light
John Pawson’s Redesign of the Moritzkirche in Augsburg
Helmut Haug, Ulrich Hörwick, Uwe Schlenz, and Sabine Stötzer
The interior of the Church of St. Moritz in Augsburg has often been characterized as arches carved of light. The building is almost one thousand years old and its redesign in 2013 by the architect John Pawson is an outstanding example of modern religious architecture in a historic setting.
120 p., 111 color plates
Cloth $49.95