The Architects Journal

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The Architect

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Architects Journal

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The Architect

Author by : Bernard Seeber
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Practical Advice For Architects

Author by : Dale E. Casper
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The British Architect

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Architects Working Details

Author by : Colin Boyne
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Description : ''Consists mostly of working details that have appeared in the Architects' journal since publication was resumed after the war.''.


The Chicago Architectural Journal

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Description : "The Chicago architectural journal is annually compiled by the Chicago Architectural Club"--Verso of t.p.


The Strange Death Of Architectural Criticism

Author by : Martin Pawley
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Publisher by : Artifice Incorporated
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Description : The Strange Death of Architectural Criticism is a collection of 100 essays and articles by Martin Pawley, one of the most important and entertaining voices in post-war architectural criticism. Pawley studied architecture at the Oxford School of Architecture, the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris and the Architectural Association in London, before embarking on a distinguished career as a writer, teacher, critic and broadcaster. A former editor of Building Design, Pawley was later architecture critic of The Guardian and The Observer and has contributed to The Architects' Journal, RIBA Journal and Blueprint amongst other publications. Spanning Pawley's 40 year career, The Strange Death of Architectural Criticism is a celebration of his remarkable body of work. Beginning with his AA diploma thesis "The Time House", the book includes writings on contemporary design, iconic buildings and some of the most important issues facing modern architecture as well as interviews with architects including Norman Foster, Buckminster Fuller, Leon Krier and Zaha Hadid. By turns poignant, coruscating, controversial and humorous - but always original and insightful - this book is a reminder of how exhilarating architectural writing at its best can be.


Loudon S Architectural Magazine

Author by : John Claudius Loudon
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Terminal Architecture

Author by : Martin Pawley
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Publisher by : Reaktion Books
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Description : In this polemical work, journalist Martin Pawley argues that the British obsession with the architectural past is a cultural dead end with no relevance to the technological age. He describes a vision of architecture for the next century.


Architecture 05

Author by : Tony Chapman
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Publisher by : Merrell Pub Limited
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Description : The Royal Institute of British Architects' Awards celebrate the best of contemporary architecture by British architects building in the UK and elsewhere. The climax to the annual awards cycle is the presentation of the Stirling Prize, the subject of a Channel 4 television programme made by Talkback THAMES and presented by Kevin McCloud.


Architects Working Details

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The Architect

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306090 05

Author by : Alexander Briseno
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Publisher by : Princeton Architectural Press
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Description : 306090 05: Teaching + Building focuses on emerging trends in design-build curricula through the work of young educators throughout the world, with essays on the effects of practice on education and vice versa. It features the built work of design instructors alongside the studio projects of their students, among other revealing juxtapositions. Students and professors profiled include Yvan-pier Cazabon, Margot Krasojevic, Aleksandr Mergold, emerymcclure Architects, Jose Salinas, SYSTEMarchitects, M1, and others.


Summerson And Hitchcock

Author by : Frank E. Salmon
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Publisher by : Paul Mellon Ctr for Studies
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Architorture

Author by : Amy Vimbikai
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Description : This is a funny titled architects journal with 120 pages. The can be used by architects or architecture lovers to write whatever they want, it is very portable with a size or '6*9 inches'.


20th Century Architecture

Author by : Martin Pawley
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Publisher by : Butterworth Architecture
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Description : In his famously controversial style - Martin Pawley reviews a selection of books on the architecture of the 20th century. Books that we should have read, and indeed would have read - if only we'd had the time. Pawley digests and critiques them for us with an agility that has kept the readers of his newspaper and magazine columns provoked and amused for several decades. He provides us with both ammunition and armour - encouraging us to fight off the soporific PR-led commentary of today and to rekindle the passion of the architectural debate.Martin Pawley is an award-winning writer. He has written many books on architecture for UK and US based publishers and writes a regular column for national and international architectural magazines. Throughout his career he has reviewed books for The Guardian, The Observer, The London Review of Books, The Architects' Journal, Design Book Review, Blueprint, Architectural Design, Building, World Architecture, Architecture Review, Designer and The RIBA Journal many of which are published here.


Architect Journal

Author by : Almond Tree Publishing
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Publisher by : Independently Published
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Description : This paperback notebook is 6" x 9" and has 120 college ruled, blank lined pages (60 sheets) which provides plenty of room for writing ideas, thoughts, or to do lists. This Composition Notebook is perfect for note taking, journaling, writing poetry, daily planner, lists, making to do lists, ideas, travel journal, organizer, diary, notepad, gratitude or your next book. Great as a useful gift for an architectural school student or as a graduation gift for a new architect.


Architectural Journal 1960 1975

Author by : Rob Krier
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Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Description : How does one become a recognized architect? Where does the inspiration come from and how is it transformed into buildings, streets and cities? With his Architectural Journal Rob Krier takes the readers on a fascinating journey, guiding one through pivotal moments of early stages of his career as an architect. With a sense of humour, empathy and charm Krier tells a story of his professional path, starting with holidays spent with his grandparents, images, colors and smells that shaped his future choices. He talks about his triumphs and stumbles, giving an intimate insight into the architectural profession, deprived of any pretence to eternal greatness and heroic narrative. The journal encompasses 15 formative years of Krier’s career, starting from architectural studies in Munich, through trips and temporary settlements in Luxemburg, Stuttgart and Lausanne. Krier’s memories are accompanied by theoretical texts. Here he touches upon architect’s responsibilities, importance of historical legacy and exhorts to boycott ugliness in the name of beauty. Striving for something else than pure functionality in architecture, Krier calls for poetical approach, so characteristic for his work, stating: Poetry is in the breath of the building, the aroma that exudes from all its nooks”. Rob Krier is one of the most influential architects and urban planners of the second half of the 20th century. His theoretical writings deal with the idea of town planning informed by traditional notions of harmony, civic space and community.


Radical Cities

Author by : Justin McGuirk
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Publisher by : Verso Trade
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Description : An award-winning curator and editor of Icon magazine chronicles his travels through Latin America in search of urban design activists, citing the examples of visionaries who are revolutionizing social housing, public architecture and community development.


The Architecture Of Kris Yao Artech

Author by : Kris Yao
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Publisher by : Images Publishing
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Description : Kris Yao is one of Taiwan's best-known architects. Recognised for his distinctive creative flair, he has produced many award-winning architectural designs and has received both local and international acclaim. The sense of energy and innovation he has br


Modernism And The Professional Architecture Journal

Author by : Torsten Schmiedeknecht
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The production of this book stems from two of the editors’ longstanding research interests: the representation of architecture in print media, and the complex identity of the second phase of modernism in architecture given the role it played in postwar reconstruction in Europe. While the history of postwar reconstruction has been increasingly well covered for most European countries, research investigating postwar architectural magazines and journals across Europe – their role in the discourse and production of the built environment and particularly their inter-relationship and differing conceptions of postwar architecture – is relatively undeveloped. Modernism and the Professional Architecture Journal sounds out this territory in a new collection of essays concerning the second phase of the reception and assimilation of modernism in architecture, as it was represented in professional architecture journals during the period of postwar reconstruction (1945–1968). Professional architecture journals are often seen as conduits of established facts and knowledge. The role mainstream publications play, however, in establishing ‘movements’, ‘trends’ or ‘debates’ tends to be undervalued. In the context of the complex undertaking of postwar reconstruction, the shortage of resources, political uncertainty and the biographical complexities of individual architects, the chapters on key European architecture journals collected here reveal how modernist architecture, and its discourse, was perceived and disseminated in different European countries.