Advertisement

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.

February 16, 2015 /

Peter Zumthor: Buildings and Projects 1985-2013
By Peter Zumthor (author), Thomas Durisch (editor)

Peter Zumthor’s ‘Buildings and Projects 1985-2013' is the first comprehensive monograph on Zumthor's work for more than a decade and a half. Incidentally - albeit not surprisingly - it was well worth the wait. This gorgeous five-volume Leviathan of a book set convincingly connects the dots in the exceptional oeuvre of a master of craftsmanship and atmosphere.

Buy from Amazon UK Buy from Amazon US
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.

Buy from Amazon UK Buy from Amazon US
January 12, 2015 /

Friedensreich Hundertwasser - 1928-2000
By Wieland Schmied

The first volume of Taschen's monograph on the widely celebrated and wildly controversial Austrian artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser - known for his colourful and child-like paintings and his organic architectural designs - paints an inspirational portrait of one of the most prolific artists of the 20th century.

Buy from Amazon UK Buy from Amazon US

Copyright 1999 - 2015 arcspace all rights reserved.