Good architecture can be found across the world. The architectural guides by DOM publishers are far more than just studious architectural reference books – they are expedition guides into the unknown and give way to new perspectives on a sometimes foreign world. Furthermore, they help to understand that the architecture of a city is more than the sum of its attractions.
Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in Cambridge explores the archaeology, art, architecture of Cambridge in the Middle Ages, a city marked not only by its exceptional medieval university buildings but also by remarkable parish churches, monastic architecture and surviving glass, books and timber work.
The Architectural Guide Chechnya and the North Caucasus represents the first pioneering work of its type to shed light on a little-known mountainous region split between Europe and Asia, one of the few places on Earth that can claim a varied amalgam of ethnic cities, languages, cultures, a remarkable architectural legacy, and human puzzles.
This book looks at Chicago through the prism of Post-Modernism by presenting 100 structures, most of which were created after the turn of the millennium with building descriptions supplemented by introductory essays and interviews with Chicago architects including Stanley Tigerman, Helmut Jahn Jeanne Gang.
A guide on cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic port city known as the 'pearl of the Aegean' in the Ottoman Empire, exploring the diverse architectural heritage of the city through a selection of 265 buildings, among them the works of architects like Gustave Eiffel and Bruno Taut.
An Architectural Guide focusing on the period of Chisinau transformation into a socialist city, after annexation by the USSR, covering the Stalinist Empire, Soviet Modernism, Postmodernism, Soviet Brutalism, and the Industrial City.