Although one of Europe's largest cites in 18th century, Dublin has never been harvested for its potential contribution to the history of European urbanism. This book is about its physical structure - an analysis of the underlying skeleton that may release an understanding of its urban and architectural tradition.
With world markets upset and economies in recession, the 1920s and '30s were not an easy time for farmers, who required great resilience to survive. This title examines the challenges that farmers faced and the ways in which they responded.
FRS Yorke was an influential architect in the early part of this century and his work is still referred to and seen as forward-thinking today. No other book has been written on Yorke, despite some titles being written about the mega-firm YRM, of which he was the founding member.
re]TOKYO explores a wide, understanding vision of the transformative processes of one of the most influential and unknown metropolitan areas in the world, from large scale efforts such as Tokyo's land engineering transformations, to smaller examples such as its capital vending machine system.