Scheidegger und Spiess AG, Verlag
Presents in colour and large format a large selection of the iconic images Robert Venturi and Scott Brown took for their classical study "Learning From Las Vegas", a key text in 20th-century architectural theory.
A uniquely comprehensive source of knowledge on all aspects of dry stone walls.
In 1911, Le Corbusier and his friend August Klipstein a scholar of art history and later renowned art dealer, undertook a grand tour of Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Turkey, and Italy. In this new book, Ivan Zaknic explores the creative symbiosis of this friendship and what the two ambitious young men brought back from their trip.
Sigfried and Carola Giedion-Welcker rank among the most distinguished and influential scholars of modern art history - this is the first-ever exploration of their vast estate.
An intellectual panorama about the significance and lasting effect of Learning from Las Vegas, a classic of modern theory of architecture.
First-ever comprehensive survey of Soviet interior design across seven decades, drawing on archives that were ignored or inaccessible until recently and featuring a wealth of previously unpublished material
Chandigarh is an icon of modernist urban planning, viewed artistically in this book. Featuring many architectural details, and floor plans of selected buildings to show their characteristics.
Featuring new and previously unpublished material, this is an examination of Le Corbusier's influence in Scandinavia, and how his work was received there. The connection between Asger Jorn and Le Corbusier, and their work, is also investigated in detail.