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Soane Medal Lecture 2022

Barber, Peter
A published edition of the lecture delivered by Peter Barber on the occasion of being awarded the Soane Medal in November 2022
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The Architecture of Suspense: The Built World in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock

French, Christine Madrid
In this original and indispensable book, Christine Madrid French reveals Hitchcock's relation to the built world was informed by an intense engagement with location and architectural form - in an era marked by modernism's advance - fueled by some of the most creative midcentury designers in film.
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Can this be? Architectural Workers Organising Europe

Marisa Cortright
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The Sagrada Familia: Gaudi's Heaven on Earth

Gaudi: van Hensbergen, Gijs
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A Very British Conspiracy: The Shrewsbury 24 and the Campaign for Justice

Turnbull, Eileen
The story of the campaign for justice for the 24 building workers wrongly prosecuted by the state in the 1970s
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Japan-ness in Architecture

Isozaki, Arata
One of Japan's leading architects examines notions of Japan-ness as exemplified by key events in Japanese architectural history from the seventh to the twentieth century; essays on buildings and their cultural context.
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Humanise: A Maker's Guide to Building Our World

Heatherwick, Thomas
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Watermark: An Essay on Venice

Brodsky, Joseph
Looking at every aspect of the city, from its waterways, streets and architecture to its food, politics and people, the author captures its magnificence and beauty, and recalls his own memories of the place he called home for many winters, as he remembers friends, lovers and enemies he has encountered.
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Property: The myth that built the world

Moore, Rowan (Architecture Critic)
A powerful examination of how property shaped the modern world - and why it now threatens the freedoms and stability it was meant to sustain. Property carries a great promise: that it will make you rich and set you free.
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Macfarlane, Robert
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The Future of the Professions: How Technology Will Transform the Work of Human Experts, Updated Edition

Susskind, Richard (Honorary Professor, F
With a new preface outlining the most recent critical developments, this updated edtion of The Future of the Professions predicts how technology will transform the work of doctors, teachers, architects, lawyers, and many others in the 21st century, and introduces the people and systems that may replace them.
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Dillon, Brian
Written as a series of linked essays, interwoven with a reflection on affinity itself, Affinities completes a trilogy, with Essayism and Suppose a Sentence, about the intimate and abstract pleasures of reading and looking.
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The Women Who Saved the English Countryside

Kelly, Matthew
A vibrant history of English landscape preservation over the last 150 years, told through the lives of four remarkable women
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The Notebook: A History of Thinking on Paper: A New Statesman and Spectator Book of the Year

Allen, Roland
Diaries, sketchbooks, common-places, notebooks, ledgers and ships' logs: how the blank book changed the way we think, and helped us change the world.
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Flourish: Design Paradigms for Our Planetary Emergency

Ichioka, Sarah
Proposes regenerative principles with potential to transform how we design, make and manage our buildings, infrastructure and communities
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Who Owns England?: How We Lost Our Land and How to Take It Back

Shrubsole, Guy
'A formidable, brave and important book' Robert Macfarlane Who owns England? Behind this simple question lies this country's oldest and best-kept secret. This is the history of how England's elite came to own our land, and an inspiring manifesto for how to open up our countryside once more.
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Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography

Cape, Jonathan
Examining the themes of presence and absence, the relationship between photography and theatre, history and death, these 'reflections on photography' begin as an investigation into the nature of photographs. Then, as Barthes contemplates a photograph of his mother as a child, the book becomes an exposition of his own mind.
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The Bells of Old Tokyo: Travels in Japanese Time

Sherman, Anna
A hauntingly original book about Tokyo and the Japanese relationship to time, memory and history, seen through the eyes of an outsider, searching for the past that underlies the city's arrestingly visible present.
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Remember to Dream!: 100 Artists, 100 Notes

Obrist, Hans Ulrich (Artistic Director,
Hans Ulrich Obrist celebrates the art of handwriting with a collection of aspirational Post-it notes from world-renowned contributors to his ongoing Instagram project.
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