The following records AA titles that are now out of print and unavailable for purchase through normal channels. If you are interested in locating any of these titles, please contact the AA Bookshop in the first instance (020 7887 4041) who may be able to source it on your behalf. Please note however that out of print books are hard to come by and would rarely be available at the original retail prices shown here.

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Pascal Schöning

  • Pascal Schöning This is a manifesto for an architecture that transforms solid materiality into the appearance of energy and spatiality – a cinematic architecture in which the main building material is light. For Pascal Schöning, the architect is to be understood as the director of a series of related temporary manifestations: ‘If architecture is often […]
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This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment.

  • Volume 1: Principles, Objectives, Guidelines Volume 2: Examples Simos Yannas This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment. Topics covered in Volume 1 include site layout, building form, internal planning, the design of windows […]
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This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment.

  • This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment. Vol 2 gives detailed information on examples of buildings to which these principles have been applied. Together the two volumes provide valuable guidelines for architects, students […]
1257784349

This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment.

  • Principles, Objectives, GuidelinesSimos Yannas This two-volume publication demonstrates how available sunlight can be used as part of site planning and architectural design to reduce fuel consumption for heating and to enhance the environment. Topics covered in Vol 1 include site layout, building form, internal planning, the design of windows and opaque elements, ventilation, heating systems […]
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Essays by Neave Brown, Alan Colquhoun, James Gowan, Peter Smithson, James Stirling

  • Essays by Neave Brown, Alan Colquhoun, James Gowan, Peter Smithson, James Stirling The work of Lyons Israel Ellis Gray was seen in the 1950s and 1960s as epitomising a new, optimistic and frankly modern approach to architecture known as Brutalist. The practice was responsible for the construction of some 25 schools, institutes of higher education, […]
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James Langdon
This publication makes a corrective gesture. A.W.N. Pugin's 1836 book Contrasts presented a comparative analysis of what Pugin considered the glorious buildings of the Middle Ages and the detestable architecture of his own time. The etchings that illustrated this work originally appeared awkwardly paired on single pages. Here photocopies of 15 pairings from Contrasts are rotated 90 degrees and reproduced on facing pages, as part of an ongoing enquiry by the author into the book as an active site of display.

  • James LangdonThis publication makes a corrective gesture. A.W.N. Pugin's 1836 book Contrasts presented a comparative analysis of what Pugin considered the glorious buildings of the Middle Ages and the detestable architecture of his own time. The etchings that illustrated this work originally appeared awkwardly paired on single pages. Here photocopies of 15 pairings from Contrasts […]

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