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Non-Referential Architecture: Ideated by Valerio Olgiati - Written by Markus Breitschmid

Olgiati, Valerio
Demonstrates a new approach to architecture in a world increasingly free of ideologies and references and offers a foundation for conceiving a non-referential architecture in such a non-referential world
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Konrad Wachsmann and the Grapevine Structure

Wachsmann: Sumi, Christian
This book sheds new light on the work of German-born modernist architect Konrad Wachsmann (1901-1980) and his legendary knotted joints, prefabricated building systems and visionary ideas of automated on-site assembly.
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The Continuous City: Fourteen Essays on Architecture and Urbanisation

Lerup L
Offers fourteen previously unpublished essays by Lars Lerup, who ranks among the most significant teachers and researchers in the theory of urbanisation.
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OMA's Kunsthal in Rotterdam: Rem Koolhaas and the New Europe

Pataky, Tibor
First substantial study on the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, a key design by Rem Koolhaas and OMA and one of the most significant works of modern architecture in Europe since 1945.
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From the Room to the City: Munich - Urbanity and Complexity

Bates, Stephen
A novel presentation of the European city structure based on the example of Munich, revealing the many layers and inherent complexities of the city through plans, drawings, photographs, images of models and texts. Text in English and German.
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The Wood That Makes Our Cities

Leloup, Michele
A wide-ranging survey of ecological, economical, and technical aspects of timber construction, with a focus on France's forestry and recently realised timber structures in French cities.
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Portraits: 15 Buildings KAAN Architecten

Kaan, Kees
First monograph on Rotterdam-based firm KAAAN Architecten, featuring 15 realised designs by KAAN Architecten in Belgium, France, Mozambique, and the Netherlands through photos, plans and detailed drawings.
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Critical Neighbourhoods: The Architecture of Contested Communities

Moreira, Paulo
This book contributes to the development of new architectural approaches to informal neighbourhoods and to a better understanding of human habitats that relates spatial issues to broader economic and political questions.
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