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Pride of the South: A Social History of Southern Architecture

By Andrews, Wayne

Atheneum, 1979. Paperback. First edition. Good+ paperback with square, tight binding, no creasing to spine, light edge wear, light rubbing. Interior clean and bright; edges dusty; generally solid and nice copy. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. A tour of the architecture of the southern US including an account of the architects, their patrons, and their buildings by a prominent photographer/social historian. Text and photographs by Wayne Andrews. 192 pages; 170 b&w photos, mostly full-page; 8.25 x 11 inches. Bibliography, index.

$14.95

The Jersey Devil: Design/Build Book
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The Jersey Devil: Design/Build Book

By Crosbie, Michael J.; Steve Badanes; Jim Adamson; John Ringel; Greg Torchio

Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 1985. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine paperback with a touch of shelf wear. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The first book to examine the "design/build" practice of architecture of the Jersey Devil architectural firm, founded in 1972 by Steve Badanes, Jim Adamson, and John Ringel. The concept of design/build is that the architects and builders are the same people, not only designing and constructing all their projects, but also sometimes living on site and focusing on a single project at a time. Text by Michael J. Crosbie; includes interviews with Badanes, Ringel, Adamson, and Greg Torchio. 96 pages; color and b&w photos, site maps, and architectural drawings throughout; 9 x 9 inches.

$24.95

Designing the New Museum of Modern Art
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Designing the New Museum of Modern Art

By Lowry, Glenn D.

New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2004. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine paperback with French flaps with a thin scuff and a tiny tear to the last page; otherwise as fine. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. On the 75th anniversary of the Museum of Modern Art, NYC, and in conjunction with the completion of the new wing, the museum issued this volume examining the architectural history of this New York City landmark. Text by Glenn D. Lowry. 56 pages; color and b&w photographs and architectural drawings; 5.5 x 8 inches.

$14.95

Seven Stones: A Portrait of Arthur Erickson, Architect
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Seven Stones: A Portrait of Arthur Erickson, Architect

By Erickson, Arthur; Edith Iglauer

Madeira Park & Seattle: Harbour & University of Washington Press, 1981. Hardcover. First edition. Very Good clothbound hardcover with light rubbing to the edges and extremities and a previous owner's name to the verso of the ffep in a Very Good dust jacket with light wear to the edges and extremities and a couple small tears. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. A biographical portrait of the Canadian architect Arthur Erickson with a complete survey of his pioneering projects, including major projects in Vancouver, Toronto, Seattle, Los Angeles, England and the Middle East. Text by Edith Iglauer. 120 pages; 40 color and 72 b&w photographs + line drawings, architectural renderings, site maps, etc.; 10.75 x 9.25 inches. Index. LAID-IN is a pamphlet from the UBC Museum of Anthropology, one of Erickson's projects.

$14.95

The English Mediaeval House
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The English Mediaeval House

By Wood, Margaret; Mortimer Wheeler

London: Ferndale, 1981. Hardcover. First edition thus. Very Good clothbound hardcover with light signs of shelving/handling and a discreet previous owner's name and small bookstore sticker to the ffep in a Very Good dust jacket with light to moderate shelf wear; interior is clean and bright. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The classic study of the Medieval dwelling in England, from the Norman Conquest to 1540, with a focus on castle and great house architecture. Each chapter covers one part of a house, from windows, doors, ceilings, chimneys, and fireplaces to gate houses, solars, kitchens, and great halls, with approximately 150 floor plans, diagrams, and illustrations of details. Text by Margaret Wood; preface by Mortimer Wheeler. xxxii + 448 pages; frontispiece + 60 b&w photographic plates + 32 b&w engraved plates + 117 text illustrations; 7.75 x 10 inches. Glossary, bibliography, index.

$19.95

Architectural Record Magazine May 2005, 05/2005: Santiago Calatrava, Gold Medalist 2005
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Architectural Record Magazine May 2005, 05/2005: Santiago Calatrava, Gold Medalist 2005

By Ivy, Robert; Santiago Calatrava; Renzo Piano; Philip Johnson

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005. Magazine. First edition. Near Fine magazine with a crease to one corner of the cover, otherwise fine throughout. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The May 2005 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: a special section on architectural awards with seven articles including a feature on Santiago Calatrava; articles on Renzo Piano and Philip Johnson; three articles on Las Vegas; a special section on lighting; a special section on sacred spaces with detailed consideration of four projects; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 400 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 11 inches.

$24.95

Architectural Record Magazine October 2005, 10/2005: The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
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Architectural Record Magazine October 2005, 10/2005: The Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

By Ivy, Robert; Tadao Ando; Renzo Piano; Charles Ross

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005. Magazine. First edition. Fine magazine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The October 2005 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: detailed consideration of five projects including the Chichu Art Museum designed by Tadao Ando and the Paul Klee Center designed by Renzo Piano; a photo essay by Charles Ross on the New Mexico Star Axis; a special report on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina; "Architects and landscape architects are engaging topography;" detailed consideration of four airport designs; a special section on residential structures with four projects considered; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 232 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 12 inches.

$19.95

Architectural Record Magazine January 2005, 01/2005: MoMA, Taniguchi's Classic Design Opens a New Era
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Architectural Record Magazine January 2005, 01/2005: MoMA, Taniguchi's Classic Design Opens a New Era

By Ivy, Robert; Taniguchi Associates; Robert Campbell; Santiago Calatrava; Frank Gehry

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005. Magazine. First edition. Fine with a small scratch to the front cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The January 2005 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: detailed consideration of projects including the design of Museum of Modern Art, NYC, by Taniguchi Associates and the Clinton Presidential Library, among others; Robert Campbell with a critique on "What’s Wrong with MoMA?"; Santiago Calatrava wins the 2005 AIA Gold Medal; a special section on performing arts spaces including the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Chicago, by Frank Gehry Partners and Jazz at Lincoln Center, NYC; "A critical look at the controversial practice known as offshoring;" a special section on residential structures; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 256 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 11 inches.

$24.95

Architectural Record Magazine November 2003, 11/2003: Gehry's Disney Concert Hall
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Architectural Record Magazine November 2003, 11/2003: Gehry's Disney Concert Hall

By Ivy, Robert; Frank Gehry; Julius Schulman

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003. Paperback. First edition. Fine magazine with a hint of handling. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The November 2003 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: a special section on Los Angeles including detailed consideration of Frank Gehry's Disney Concert Hall and a portfolio of photographs by Julius Schulman; the BusinessWeek/Architectural Record Awards; a special section on university buildings; new materials being used by architects; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 280 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 11 inches.

$19.95

Architectural Record Magazine August 2003, 08/2003: Shaping Urban Identity
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Architectural Record Magazine August 2003, 08/2003: Shaping Urban Identity

By Ivy, Robert; Daniel Libeskind; Zaha Hadid; Herzog & de Meuron

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003. Paperback. First edition. Fine magazine with a hint of tanning along the front fore edge. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The August 2003 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: with reactions to the choosing of Daniel Libeskind to design the new World Trade Center site building; "When Suburbs Become Mega-Suburbs"; Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Arts by Zaha Hadid; Herzog & de Meuron's design for Funf Hofe; a special section on transportation facilities; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 228 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 11 inches.

$14.95

Architectural Record Magazine July 2002, 07/2002: Architecture for Remembrance: Monuments, Memorials. and Meaning
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Architectural Record Magazine July 2002, 07/2002: Architecture for Remembrance: Monuments, Memorials. and Meaning

By Ivy, Robert

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine magazine with a tiny bump to one tip with corresponding tiny dog ears to about ten pages, otherwise only light signs of handling. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The July 2002 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: a special section on the "Architecture for Remembrance" including monuments and memorials with seven projects considered in detail, an article on "Who Owns Grief?", and one on the future of Ground Zero; a special section on health care facilities; digital architecture; houses for aging baby boomers; a section on residential with four projects considered in detail; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 224 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 11 inches.

$19.95

Architectural Record Magazine June 2000, 06/2000: Frank Gehry
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Architectural Record Magazine June 2000, 06/2000: Frank Gehry

By Ivy, Robert; Frank Gehry; Herzog & Meuron; Jose Rafael Moneo

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000. Paperback. First edition. Fine magazine with a hint of shelf wear/handling. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The June 2000 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: Frank Gehry's design for the Conde Nast Cafeteria; London's Tate Modern by Herzog & Meuron; Beck Building of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, by Jose Rafael Moneo; special features on "The State of the Profession" and "The Principles of Smart Growth;" a special section on computer technology; a special section on loft-style office spaces; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 258 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 10.75 inches.

$24.95

Architectural Record Magazine May 2002, 05/2002: Tadao Ando
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Architectural Record Magazine May 2002, 05/2002: Tadao Ando

By Ivy, Robert; Tadao Ando; Kohn Peterson Fox

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002. Paperback. First edition. Fine magazine with a hint of handling. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The May 2002 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: a special section on the AIA Awards with a feature on Tadao Ando, who won the Gold Medal; the American Folk Museum, NYC; the Neue Galleries, NYC; Gannett/USA Today headquarters, Maclean, VA, by Kohn Peterson Fox; a special section on stadiums and a special section on lighting; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 388 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 10.75 inches.

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Architectural Record Magazine October 2001, 10/2001: World Trade Center 1973-2001
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Architectural Record Magazine October 2001, 10/2001: World Trade Center 1973-2001

By Ivy, Robert; Frank Gehry; Renzo Piano

New York: McGraw-Hill, 2001. Paperback. First edition. Very Good+ magazine with light rubbing to the front otherwise fine; complete with advertising insert. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The October 2001 issue of Architectural Record magazine with: a special report on the destruction of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, September 11, 2001; the DG Bank, Berlin, by Frank Gehry; Aurora Place, Sydney, by Renzo Piano; the BusinessWeek/Architectural Record Awards; a special report on places of worship as "Building Types;" a special section on residential buildings; and much more. Edited by Robert Ivy. Perfect-bound magazine; 268 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 10.75 inches.

$24.95

Architectural Record Magazine, October 1992: The Guggenheim Museum, A Masterpiece Saved or Comprimised?
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Architectural Record Magazine, October 1992: The Guggenheim Museum, A Masterpiece Saved or Comprimised?

By Kliment, Stephen A.; Gwathmey Siegel; Frank Lloyd Wright

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine magazine with a touch of shelf wear to the front, otherwise fine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The October 1992 issue of Architectural Record magazine (Vol. 180, No. 10) with: a special section on the Gwathmey Siegel addition to the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; and much more. Edited by Stephen A. Kliment. Perfect-bound magazine; 134 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 12 inches.

$24.95

Architectural Record Magazine February 1993: Santiago Calatrava and Antoine Predock
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Architectural Record Magazine February 1993: Santiago Calatrava and Antoine Predock

By Calatrava, Santiago; Antoine Predock; Stephen A. Kliment

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine magazine with a hint of shelf wear to the front otherwise Fine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The February 1993 issue of Architectural Record magazine (Vol. 181, No. 2) with: the Santiago Calatrava design of the Toronto Galleria and Heritage Square; Antoine Predock's design of buildings on California Polytechnic University; a special section on health-care facilities; and much more. Edited by Stephen A. Kliment. Perfect-bound magazine; 122 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 12 inches.

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Architectural Record Magazine, January 1993: Donald Judd & Marfa, Texas
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Architectural Record Magazine, January 1993: Donald Judd & Marfa, Texas

By Judd, Donald; Stephen A. Kliment

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1993. Paperback. First edition. Fine magazine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The January 1993 issue of Architectural Record magazine (Vol. 181, No. 1), a special issue on renovations, with: an article on Donald Judd and Marfa, Texas; renovations of Mount Holyoke College, Hamilton Fish Park in NYC, Philadelphia, The Bradbury Building in Los Angeles, and others; and much more. Edited by Stephen A. Kliment. Perfect-bound magazine; 152 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 12 inches.

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Architectural Record Magazine August 1992, 8/1992: Santiago Calatrava
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Architectural Record Magazine August 1992, 8/1992: Santiago Calatrava

By Kliment, Stephen A.; Skidmore Owings & Merrill; Santiago Calatrava; Adele Naude Santos; Carlos Jimenez

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992. Paperback. First edition. Fine paperback magazine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The August 1992 issue of Architectural Record magazine (Vol. 180, No. 8) with: Islamic Cultural Center, NYC, by Skidmore Owings & Merrill; a survey of recent architecture in Barcelona and Seville including work by Santiago Calatrava; work by Adele Naude Santos and Carlos Jimenez; building security; and much more. Edited by Stephen A. Kliment. Perfect-bound magazine; 152 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 12 inches.

$19.95

Architectural Record Magazine October 1991, 10/1991: Robert Venturi, Richard Meier
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Architectural Record Magazine October 1991, 10/1991: Robert Venturi, Richard Meier

By Kliment, Stephen A.; Robert Venturi; Richard Meier; Louis I. Kahn

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1991. Paperback. First edition. Fine paperback magazine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The October 1991 issue of Architectural Record magazine (Vol. 179, No. 10) with: the Sainbury Wing of the National Gallery, London, by Venturi Scott Brown; J. Paul Getty Center by Richard Meier; a reassessment of Louis I. Kahn in conjunction with a major traveling exhibition of his work; an early article on the "greening of buildings;" and much more. Edited by Stephen A. Kliment. Perfect-bound magazine; 158 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9 x 12 inches.

$19.95

Latin American Architecture Since 1945
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Latin American Architecture Since 1945

By Hitchcock, Henry Russell; Arthur Drexler

New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1955. Hardcover. First edition. Very Good clothbound hardcover with foxing spots to the top edge of the text block and to the first and last two pages--otherwise interior is clean and bright--in a Very Good minus dust jacket with a couple of short tears--one repaired to the verso--, chipping to the crown, and rubbing/light wear to the other extremities. All dust jackets are protected by a clear mylar cover. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The catalogue for an exhibition held at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC, November 23, 1955 - February 19, 1956 examining architecture in Latin America with 47 buildings presented--including complex university developments, public housing projects, stadiums, hotels, industrial buildings, churches, private residences, and a nightclub--each with descriptive text, photographs, floor plans, and site maps. Includes work by Oscar Niemeyer, Le Corbusier, Luis Barragan, Carlos Raul Villanueva, and others. Essay by Henry Russell Hitchcock; preface by curator Arthur Drexler. 204 pages; 272 b&w illustrations; 8.5 x 9.5 inches. Artist biographies, index of artists.

$39.95

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