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Pandemic Objects

Cormier, Brendan
A publication based on Pandemic Objects, an editorial project that compiles and reflects on objects that have taken on new meaning and purpose during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Macfarlane, Robert
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How to Enjoy Architecture: A Guide for Everyone

Holland, Charles
Charles Holland challenges us to look beyond the day-to-day familiarity of buildings to rediscover the pleasure of experiencing architecture
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Experience Design: A Participatory Manifesto

Burickson, Abraham
An engaging introduction to the cutting-edge discipline of experience design for students and practitioners in creative fields, including architecture, product design, gaming, exhibition design, and performance
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Left Behind: A New Economics for Neglected Places

Collier, Paul
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Screen Dynamics - Mapping the Borders of Cinema

Koch, Gertrud
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After Work: A History of the Home and the Fight for Free Time

Hester, Helen
A vital and timely manifestol for a feminist post-work politics
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A Home for All Seasons

Plumley, Gavin
Both a sweeping history and an intimate account of making a home, told through the prism of an English country house.
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The Labyrinth of Rooms: An Architectural Allegory

Alyousefi, Ali
The Labyrinth of Rooms is a story with one character, Human, who is an allegorical representation of us all. Human suddenly awakes in a square room with no memory of a prior life.
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The Narrative of Trajan's Column

Calvino, Italo
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The Art of Noise: Destruction of Music by Futurist Machines

Russolo, Luigi
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Agatha Christie at Home

Macaskill, Hilary
This new and revised edition of Hilary Macaskill's classic book offers an insight into the life and work of the world's bestselling author.
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Beyond Plague Urbanism

Merrifield, Andy
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Auld Greekie: Edinburgh as The Athens of the North

Brown, Iain Gordon
In the early nineteenth century, Edinburgh (known as Auld Reekie) came to be regarded as the Athens of the North. Why was this? How was the notion invented? What were its consequences? Topography, architectural development, literary and social history are all examined in a quest to give meaning to an epithet known by many but understood by few.
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Uneasy Listening: Notes on Hearing and Being Heard

Grose, Anouchka
A psychoanalyst and violinmaker come together to discuss the nature of listening, drawing on references from across psychoanalytic theory, philosophy, contemporary politics, and culture.
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Writing on the Wall: Graffiti, Rebellion and the Making of Eighteenth-Century Britain

Pelling, Madeleine
Hear the voices of the eighteenth century: an eye-opening new history of Britain's most tumultuous period, told through its graffiti
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An Opinionated Guide to British Art

Davies, Lucy
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Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action

Sinek, Simon
Why do we do what we do? Why do we exist? Learning to ask these questions can unlock the secret to inspirational business. This title explains what it truly takes to lead and inspire and how you can learn how to do it.
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Citizens: Why the Key to Fixing Everything is All of Us

Alexander, Jon
When businesses, charities and governments treat people as citizens, everything changes. We become equipped to face the big challenges of inequality, climate, pandemics and polarisation. So let's end the age of the consumer and begin the age of the citizen! With case studies from Kenya to Birmingham of inspiring individuals making a better future.
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The Lost Art of Walking

Nicholson, Geoff
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