Paul Glassman

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Kengo Kuma: My Life as an Architect in Tokyo

With observations on urbanism that are more inspiring than those in the late, peripatetic architect Michael Sorkin’s Twenty Minutes in Manhattan, this text benefits from monochromatic photographs and delicate, understated, textural pencil sketches, which will inspire design students to express their ideas more abstractly. For all architecture libraries.
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Tom Kundig: Working Title

For large, comprehensive architecture collections.
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This Is What Democracy Looked Like: A Visual History of the Printed Ballot

For all American history and graphic design collections.
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Sean Godsell: Houses

With no other title on the architect in print, this volume will inspire students appreciative of Godsell’s eclectic, cross-fertilized minimalism and is therefore essential for all collections that support design curricula.
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Broken Glass: Mies van der Rohe, Edith Farnsworth, and the Fight over a Modernist Masterpiece

Scandalous romantic liaisons involving powerful architects are legendary (e...
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White Houses

A more substantive introductory essay outlining antecedents—such as Farnsworth, Tugendhat, and Lovell Health Houses

Gio Ponti: Archi-Designer

An important document of a protean talent that should be in all architecture and design collections.
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Making Marks: Architects' Sketchbooks: The Creative Process

Both titles lead to the conclusion that, if architects are to continue as visionaries, they must preserve the venerable technique of drawing that makes personal expression possible.
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