The first monograph on Frankfurt-based firm Stefan Forster Architetkten, highlighting its continuous interest in and engagament with raising standards in housing and featuring thirty designs that exemplify its approach and philosophy. Text in English and German.
Seventh edition of Architekturzentrum Wien's biannual survey of award-winning buildings in Austria, or designed by Austrian architects in other countries, completed in 2018 and 2019. Text in English and German.
The Eishin Campus near Tokyo is Christopher Alexander's largest and most significant project based on the Pattern Language he developed in the 1970s together with Sara Ishikawa and Murray Silverstein, and is the first examination of Alexander's 'systems generating systems' theory and its application to a concrete building design.
A uniquely comprehensive investigation of Hans Scharoun's search for a the ideal floorplan in housing, featuring rich and previously unpublished writings, original plans and other archive material by this key figure of modern architecture in Germany.
Presents Sao Paulo's prudent and inclusive policy in urban development and infrastructure planning as a prime example among mega-cities in emerging countries for how to tackle many of the major social challenges they face
Explores the impact of cultural and sociopolitical clashes caused by European colonisation of the ancient Arab-Muslim world in the Maghreb on the urban fabric and socio-economic structure of Fez, Morocco's second largest city.