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Beyond Building the Tower of Babel: Critics Catherine Ingraham and Todd Gannon Rethink Architecture

Through new books, the authors "ask us to reconsider the history and theory of the... More

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12 Architecture and Design Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

ARCHITECT editors share some of the best newly published and upcoming architecture... More

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12 Nature-Themed Books to Add to Your Earth Month Reading List

Channel your inner environmentalist with texts on climate change, animals and... More

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The Transformative Potential of Design Solidarity

ARCHITECT editor-in-chief Paul Makovsky discusses the importance of architects,... More

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Jean Nouvel Gets the Taschen Treatment

Aaron Betsky reviews the former Pritzker Prize winner's recently published text,... More

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A Tractor Made From Ferrari Parts: An Argument for Simple Architecture

Aaron Betsky reviews Pier Paolo Tamburelli's new book on Renaissance architect... More

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12 Design Books to Keep You Company in the Cold Months Ahead

With 2023 already speeding by, we're here to help you keep an eye out for recent... More

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A Nostalgic Look at When Architects Tried To Make the Office Better

Aaron Betsky reviews "The Office of Good Intentions: Human(s) Work," by Florian... More

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Are Building Codes Keeping Us From a Greener Built Environment?

Building codes "offer a fundamental baseline of protection in architecture,"... More

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ARCHITECT Gift Guide 2022: Picks That Delight Design Lovers

Find a present for everyone on your list with gift and donation suggestions from... More

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