Exhibits Books Etc

 

Exhibits Books Etc.

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    Book: 'Up on the Roof'

    A trained-architect-turned-photographer-pilot turns his camera on the rooftop lives of New York City, to find pools, gardens, restaurants, and more.

     
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    Exhibit: 'Lost Dallas'

    From the Dallas Center for Architecture comes a look at all of the historic buildings and places that were demolished to make way for the city's oil-fueled growth. Through July 13.

     
  • Book 'Engaging Spaces'

    The best of Kossmann.dejong's oeuvre of exhibition designs come alive through unexpected use of ordinary materials to make what the firm calls Engaging Spaces.

     
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    Exhibit: 'Judith Turner: The Flatness of Ambiguity'

    The University of Michigan Museum of Art has a new exhibition of photos by the acclaimed architectural photography of Judith Turner. Through Sept. 2.

     
  • Exhibit: Mini-Golf at the National Building Museum

    Practitioners from the D.C. region designed and detailed the holes for an architecturally inspired indoor mini-golf course. Through September 3.

     
  • Book: 'Aerotropolis: The Way We'll Live Next'

    An enthusiastic, if not horrifying, glimpse at our possible future of airport cities. Co-authors Greg Lindsay and John Kasarda reintroduce the idea of the city of the future as the spokes surrounding the hub of an airport, and find evidence to justify their assertions.

     
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    Book: 'Vitamin G'

    A best-of compilation and sourcebook for lo-fi sustainable projects and green features includes small-scale and large-scale ideas alike.

     
  • Book: 'Draw Me a House'

    Thibaud Herem’s new book provides a wealth of inspiration for the young architect.

     
  • Book: 'One Million Acres & No Zoning'

    As with so much about Texas, the book 'One Million Acres & No Zoning,' a love letter to Houston by Rice School of Architecture professor Lars Lerup, is full of contradictions.

     
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    Exhibit: 'Hello Materials'

    From where do our materials come from, and to where do they go? A new exhibit in Denmark investigates. Through Sept. 21.

     
 
 
 

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