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Labics - Structures: A System of Relations

Labics: Casciani, Stefano
Labics, based in Rome, is a leader among Italy's up-and-coming architecture firms and has gained great international acclaim for submissions to competitions and a number of realised projects.
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Darwin's Theatre: BABL at Work

Bakker, Marco
First monograph on the work and vision of the remarkable Swiss firm BABL documents some twenty-five years of work by the firm and demonstrates their approach and vision through a selection of thirty-four built and unrealised designs.
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Architettura Non-Referenziale: Ideato da Valerio Olgiati - Scritto da Markus Breitschmid

Olgiati, Valerio
This manifesto by architect Valerio Olgiati and theoretician Markus Breitschmid demonstrates a new approach in architecture in a world free of ideologies and, therefore, references. It offers a foundation for conceiving a non-referential architecture in that non-referential world. Text in English and Italian.
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Contrast and Cohesion: G8A Architects

G8A Architects
First monograph on the work of Swiss firm G8A Architects in Europe and Southeast Asia, highlighting the differing preconditions and scope for the creation of architecture in these two regions.
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At Home in Steel: Residential Construction in Steel. Thoughts on Space and Structure.

Zurich University of Applied Sciences In
A compact and concise survey of the use of steel in residential architecture, reflecting on historic icons and featuring outstanding contemporary examples.
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Angelo Candalepas: Buildings and Projects

Candalepas, Angelo
First comprehensive monograph on Candalepas Asscociates, one of Australia's leading firms, featuring their key designs through brief texts, photographs, plans and elevations, hand-drawings and sketches alongside topical essays.
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Shifting Patterns: Christopher Alexander and the Eishin Campus

Guttmann, Eva
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.
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