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With so many books being published, and so much available on the web, we review books we consider an interesting addition to an architect's library.

June 12, 2014 /

MVRDV Buildings
By Ilka Ruby & Andreas Ruby (editors)

MVRDV Buildings is a brilliant, quietly radical monograph that sums up the work of controversial Dutch architects MVRDV - not by showing their buildings as objects but by portraying life as it's lived within them.

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April 09, 2014 /

Our House in the City
By Sofia Borges, Sven Ehmann, Robert Klanten (editors)

Our House in the City is an explosion of stories, dreams and strategies that showcase the best and brightest designs for contemporary city living; city living that is undergoing a downtown revival. For the established architect, the interior designer, the inspiration hungry student, the homeowner, the renter, the trendy young professional and the mother of three, this book is a slice of escapism documenting the best examples of innovative and fresh solutions to modern day city living. From the master plan to the multifunctional cupboard there are endless and proven takes on how to improve your own personal wedge of urban space.

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February 11, 2014 /

Zaha Hadid + Suprematism
By Charlotte Douglas, et al.

The book “Zaha Hadid + Suprematism” unveils Zaha Hadid as an artist. It thereby portrays another side of the London-based architect Hadid, whose constant experimentation in architecture has led to her becoming over the past decade one of the globe’s most popular and prolific building designers.

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