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Writing the Materialities of the Past: Cities and the Architectural Topography of Historical Imagination

Griffiths, Sam (University College Londo
Written for postgraduate students, researchers and academics in architectural theory and urban studies, Griffiths draws on the space syntax tradition of research to explore how contingencies of movement and encounter construct the historical imagination.
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Ugly, Useless, Unstable Architectures: Phase Spaces and Generative Domains

Paredes Maldonado, Miguel (University of
Ugly, Useless, Unstable traces productive intersections between architecture and the discourses of post-structuralism and new materialism.
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Coding, Shaping, Making: Experiments in Form and Form-Making

Lalvani, Haresh
This book combines inspiration from architecture, mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics and computation to look towards the future of architecture, design and art, presenting ongoing experiments in the search for fundamental principles of form and form-making in nature so we can better inform our own built environment.
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In Praise of Penumbra

De Rosa, Agostino (Universita Iuav di Ve
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Multispace: Architecture at the Dawn of the Metaverse

Hopkins, Owen
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Documents and Histories - Women in Architecture

Bottema, Gianna
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Introducing Architectural Theory: Expanding the Disciplinary Debate

Smith, Korydon
Building on the success of the first edition; an engaging and reader-friendly work on complex ideas, Introducing Architectural Theory: Expanding the Disciplinary Debate broadens the range of themes, voices, and geographies represented, to provide a more comprehensive and contemporary theory book.
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Architectures of Existence: Ethics, Aesthetics, Politics

Younes, Chris
Architectures of Existence proposes that philosophical thinking (ecosophical thinking) can inform the way we engage with our world and its inhabitants, as architects, designers and planners, but also as individuals, as people, and as a society.
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Who's Next: Homelessness, Architecture and Cities

Talesnik, Daniel
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