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Prologues by Yusuke Obuchi, Patrik Schumacher, Theodore Spyropoulos and Tom Verebes; essays by Mark Burry, Christopher Hight, Jesse Reiser and Brett Steele; conversations with Andrew Benjamin, Mark Cousins, Zaha Hadid and Jeffrey Kipnis.

  • A Design Research Compendium Edited by Tom Verebes Prologues by Yusuke Obuchi, Patrik Schumacher, Theodore Spyropoulos and Tom Verebes; essays by Mark Burry, Christopher Hight, Jesse Reiser and Brett Steele; conversations with Andrew Benjamin, Mark Cousins, Zaha Hadid and Jeffrey Kipnis. DRL TEN evaluates the first decade of the AA’s acclaimed post-professional masters programme in […]

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On 18 October 2002 Jason Griffiths and Alex Gino set out to explore the American suburbs. Over 178 days they drove 22,383 miles, made 134 suburban house calls and took 2,593 photographs.

  • A Guide to the Essential Indifference of American Suburban Housing Jason Griffiths On 18 October 2002 Jason Griffiths and Alex Gino set out to explore the American suburbs. Over 178 days they drove 22,383 miles, made 134 suburban house calls and took 2,593 photographs. In Manifest Destiny, Griffiths reveals the results of this exploration. Structured […]

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51N4E is a Brussels-based architectural practice led by Johan Anrys, Freek Persyn and Peter Swinnen. Founded in 1998, it has drawn increasing attention and renown through projects for the C-mine cultural centre in Genk, the Groeningemuseum and the TID Tower and Skanderbeg Square both in Tirana, Albania. This book, accompanying an exhibition on the practice at the Architectural Association, features these and 17 other projects alongside essays by Lars Lerup, Dominique Boudet and Stefan Devoldere.

  • 51N4E WINNER OF THE 2011 BRITISH BOOK DESIGN AND PRODUCTION AWARD IN THE CATEGORY OF BEST EXHIBITION CATALOGUES 51N4E is a Brussels-based architectural practice led by Johan Anrys, Freek Persyn and Peter Swinnen. Founded in 1998, it has drawn increasing attention and renown through projects for the C-mine cultural centre in Genk, the Groeningemuseum and […]

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By Detlef Mertins

  • By Detlef Mertins For almost 20 years, Detlef Mertins has been a critical voice in renewing our understanding of architectural modernity. Architect, historian, professor, his essays have often taken up familiar themes in order to redress inaccuracies and release energies that we were unaware of. These essays elaborate on such key modernist tropes as transparency, glass […]

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By Bernard Cache

  • By Bernard Cache Bernard Cache is the principal of the Paris-based practice Objectile – which he founded in 1996 with Patrick Beaucé – and a noted theorist of geometry and computational ontology. He formulated his concept of ‘non-standard architecture’ in his 1995 book Earth Moves: The Furnishing of Territories, a concept that was given the […]

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Edited by Martin Self and Charles Walker

  • Edited by Martin Self and Charles Walker This book features the experimental pavilion projects carried by the AA’s Intermediate Unit 2 over the past six years. Over the past six years the students of the Architectural Association’s Intermediate Unit 2 have designed and built a series of experimental pavilions. Structured to follow a year in […]

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  • With an introduction by Edward Dimendberg Lars Lerup Routinely dismissed as ‘mere sprawl’, the suburban city is the black hole of recent urbanism, absorbing human energy and resources but seldom revealing the principles of its operation. For the past 20 years Lars Lerup has explored Houston as its prototype. In this book he broadly approaches […]

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Edited by Kirk Wooller, with a preface by Brett Steele

  • Edited by Kirk Wooller, with a preface by Brett Steele 20/20: Editorial Takes on Architectural Discourse brings together editors from 20 leading contemporary architectural magazines to discuss collectively the role editors play in shaping architectural discourse. Each of the contributors has responded to a set of 20 questions on the multiple conditions under which particular […]

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Edited by Stefano Raboli Pansera

  • Edited by Stefano Raboli Pansera This book marks the conclusion of the AA School’s Beyond Entropy research cluster, and is produced in tandem with an exhibition on show at the AA in May 2011.The theme of the book derives from the urgency with which the idea of energy has been raised in recent years in […]

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By Aaron Levy and William Menking

  • By Aaron Levy and William Menking Follow-up to Architecture on Display: On the History of the Venice Biennale Architecture, published by the Architectural Association in 2010. This volume contains discussions with writers, architects and academics in Chicago, Venice, London and New York on theme on display.

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