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Jean Nouvel Gets the Taschen Treatment

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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

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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

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New Eames Institute Takes Over William Stout Architectural Books

The public charity recently assumed ownership of the renowned San Francisco... More

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The Ambitions of Ambiguity

In reviewing the recently published book "Ambiguous Territory: Architecture,... More

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The Tension Between Garden and Machine

Disused infrastructure, once invisible in its banality, is often made remarkable... More

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New Design Books to Read Now

From a global celebration of queer spaces to an unprecedented tome about women... More

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