architecture philosophy books

published 1959, avg rating 3.77 — published 1960, avg rating 4.45 — Philosophers on the art of cinema mainly remain silent about architecture. Texts by Rodolphe El-Khoury, Andrew Payne (Hardcover), Architecture and Participation (Paperback), Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined (Hardcover), The Architecture of the Visible: Technology and Urban Visual Culture (Paperback), You Have to Pay for the Public Life: Selected Essays of Charles W. Moore (Paperback), Guy Debord and the Situationist International: Texts and Documents (Paperback), 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School (Hardcover), Heterotopia and the City: Public Space in a Postcivil Society (Hardcover). 1,549 ratings — This is surely the way we should talk about our cities: as shimmering reflections and formless memories. 5 ratings — Architecture has deep wells of research, thought, and theory that are unseen on the surface of a structure. Keep up to date with architecture and design news on Architectural Digest, including profiles on top talent, building announcements and new projects. I particularly appreciate the detailed analysis of materials, details, and structure.” —David G. De Long, University of Pennsylvania Hall introduced the science of proxemics to demonstrate how human's use of space can affect personal and business relations, cross-cultural interactions, architecture, city planning, and urban renewal | Recommended by Christele Harrouk, Edited by dpr-Barcelona's Ethel Baraona, Het Nieuwe Instituut's Marina Otero and FAST's Malkit Shoshan, Drone brings together researchers from diverse disciplinary backgrounds whose work seeks to understand and represent the nature and extent of drone operations | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, The city’s development from ancient times to the modern age. avg rating 4.35 — published, avg rating 4.20 — From Formalism to Weak Form: The Architecture and Philosophy … published 1971, avg rating 3.58 — 6 ratings — Each of them was enrolled in the same final year architecture studio; in the previous year they all took the architectural … | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, People like to keep certain distances between themselves and other people or things. | Recommended by Katherine Allen, In this 1960s classic, Kevin Lynch presents studies of how cities are perceived and imagined, and shows how his findings can impact the building and rebuilding of cities | Recommended by Becky Quintal, Explains the beauty of oriental architecture through their perception of light and shadows in their art and architectural traditions | Recommended by Martita Vial, Seminal work for the history of architecture, the authors analyze the Las Vegas' strip to better comprehend the common and ordinary architecture, rather than the iconic buildings proclaimed by modernism | Recommended by Romullo Baratto, Mutations' reflects on the transformations that urban accelerating processes inflict on our environment, and on the spaces in which architecture can still operate | Recommended by Victor Delaqua, It presents appropriate standard measures and design tips. 321 ratings — For practitioners, citizens interested, and students alike, books on architecture offer invaluable context to the profession, be it practical, inspirational, academic, or otherwise. This classic examines how architecture defines our understanding of space - and how buildings are sometimes indifferent participants in the urban environment. While much has been written about his built works and his philosophies, most books focus on one or the other aspect. But never fear! Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. published 2011, avg rating 4.50 — published 1989, avg rating 4.00 — published, avg rating 4.07 — The hope? We notice how a wall touches the ground, how a railing curves underneath our hand - but how do you design these things? Louis Kahn kept form, structure and history paradigmatically together. Since its publication in 2009, we've all joined BIG's hedonistic revolution, and it's shaped architecture for the better | Recommended by Katherine Allen, A scathing literary satire by Australia's most influential architect on how ugly Australian suburbs are still relevant today | Recommended by Yiling Shen, In this book, architect Jimenez Lai creates a collection of short stories on architecture and urbanism, represented through manga-style storyboards | Recommended by Romullo Baratto, In this book, somewhere between a novel and a set of essays, Marco Polo describes the cities he's visited to emperor Kublai Khan. The Architecture of Happiness is a dazzling and generously illustrated journey through the philosophy and psychology of architecture and the indelible connection between our identities and our locations. 134 ratings — It brings questions of design into philosophy and thereby brings diverse philosophical perspectives to bear on conceptual, methodological, epistemological, metaphysical, and ethical issues of design. The book weaves together OMA projects by scale, using drawings, collages, images, and texts to challenge conventional understand of architecture, scale, and the city | Recommended by Becky Quintal, This book presents some of the architect's projects, discussing the language adopted from the technical, structural, philosophical and social point of view | Recommended by Matheus Pereira, Admirers of the Swiss architect's sensitive approach to building and form should consider this text required reading for practice. 31 ratings — It's an invaluable insight into how one of the most exciting contemporary firms works, thinks, and plans for the future | Recommended by Kaley Overstreet, If non-architects know any practicing architect today, it's probably Bjarke Ingels. By John Lobell Publisher: The Monacelli Press Published: June 2020. Winner of the National Book Award | Recommended by Christele Harrouk, An invaluable sourcebook of design knowledge, City Sense and City Design completes the record of one of the foremost environmental design theorists of our time and leads to a deeper understanding of his distinctively humanistic philosophy | Recommended by Christele Harrouk, This book shows how streets of every size can be reimagined and reoriented to prioritize safe driving and transit, biking, walking, and public activity. So, for those of you looking to expand your bookshelf (or confirm your own tastes), ArchDaily has gathered a broad list of architectural books that we consider of interest to those in the field. This little handbook acts as a brief introduction to philosophical ideas and how they intersect with architecture: its reception and appreciation as well as its practice. Easily readable in parts, this book is the perfect detox for those needing an escape from all the unbearable talk about smart cities and circular economies - and a reminder why we fall in love with cities in the first place | Recommended by Katherine Allen. By this Venturi showed a deep … 267 ratings — This is one of the best philosophy books in the history of medical practice, and forms the foundation of our current understanding of human health and disease. Plastic Emotions £9.99. From essays to monographs, urban theory to graphic novels, each of the following either engage directly with or flirt on the edges of architecture. To be outside allows one a fresh perspective on the inside. The books on this list were chosen by our editors, and are categorized loosely by type. We’re hoping to rely on our loyal readers rather than erratic ads. This book provides a vast variety of examples to help architects consider and design the details | Recommended by Collin Abdallah, The field experiences developed by Elemental and Alejandro Aravena, winner of the 2016 Pritzker Prize and Director of the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, are compiled in this book that not only tells the history of the team but also presents its financing strategies and the participatory methods used | Recommended by José Tomás Franco, In an increasingly air-conditioned environment, it can be easy to discount thermal comfort in the design of a building. The active and systematic erasure of an urban landscape is the strategic and leveling of identity, culture, and people | Recommended by Katherine Allen, Beatriz Colomina studies the phenomenon of postwar architecture as well as the factors that helped to build the idea of modern architecture based on the work of Charles and Ray Eames | Recommended by Monica Arellano, Seventeen conversations with practitioners from the fields of architecture, policy, activism, design, education, and research speculating on the future direction of the architectural profession | Recommended by Niall Patrick Walsh, It is a critical tour about concepts for living in seven iconic twentieth-century homes | Recommended by Pedro Vada, This book provides students and professional architects with the basic elements of architectural design, divided into twenty-six easy-to-comprehend chapters | Recommended by Winnie Wu, A selection of articles that address the notion of the ordinary in architecture over the last 40 years | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, The section is the greatest and most legible tool of architecture - who among us did not grow up entranced by the cut sections of buildings such as the Pantheon or Kowloon Walled City? Noted Louis I.Kahn expert John Lobell explores how Kahn’s focus on structure, respect for materials, clarity of program, and reverence for details come together to manifest an overall philosophy. Nevertheless, this does not influence our editorial decision. 2,456 ratings — 12 ratings — | Recommended by Katherine Allen, This book documents the work of the architecture studio Flores & Prats, approaching its way of doing architecture through an artisan design process with different types of handmade drawings and details | Recommended by Fabian Dejtiar, An intriguing look inside the design and construction of Steven Holl's Reid Building next to the famed Glasgow School of Art. published, avg rating 4.26 — 0 ratings — published 1978, avg rating 4.17 — Books. From his tentative enthusiasm for Archigram to his views on the high-tech architecture of the 80s and 90s, his opinions need not be a mystery | Recommended by Kaley Overstreet, García Vásquez reveals how the contemporary city has evolved, according to psychologists, historians, and architects | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, A compilation of Piranesi's etchings of prisons, Le Carceri represents not only a huge artistic accomplishment but also a milestone on architectural perception with its numerous vaults, staircases and other ambiguous structures | Recommended by Romullo Baratto. Architects give us temples in which something marvelous is obviously going on. 8,183 ratings — In short, it's as human as we are ourselves | Recommended by Kaley Overstreet, This book discusses the work of Brazilian modern architect Oscar Niemeyer with a focus on the works produced in the 1940s, 1950s and 1960 | Recommended by Matheus Pereira, Twenty-one carefully selected projects are presented in detail, from the initial idea and through construction to the completed work and illustrated by Michael Moran | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, Lebbeus Woods, until his death in 2012, kept a blog that was part-journal, part-forum. An excellent selection of authors and prevailing subjects | Recommended by Antonia Piñeiro, This book studies how architectural production is popularized and inclined to design erotic spaces based on a specific context, demonstrating how different factors of the modern culture shaped the places we inhabit | Recommended by Monica Arellano, According to Habraken, architects consider the context to be the 'ordinary' into which they are challenged to produce the 'extraordinary.' The leveling of buildings in war is less often the byproduct of hostilities than it is the hostilities themselves. Who better to learn from than the master? PRS Sivakumar based on his 3 decades of work experience Home; Register; Sign In +91 11 4242 0837; search. And yet a concern for architecture … It demonstrates the influence of architecture and urban planning on everyday lives, and warns of the impact modern cities can have on the environment | Recommended by Eduardo Souza, MIT's Senseable City Lab remains at the cutting edge of urban design, placing designers in future scenarios to steer human progress | Recommended by Niall Patrick Walsh, An amazing illustrated vision in a crowded urban center and how its exploit its most limited resources —soil— at its best expression | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, Grand urban visions may make for compelling theory and research, but how often do they succeed in practice? Zumthor presents his philosophy through the lens of his own work and experience. Read the two together for the fullest possible experience | Recommended by Katherine Allen, Poll any architect on the most essential books of the field, and this tome from Rem Koolhaas and Bruce Mau will undoutedly come up. But often, the places most in need of optimism are the ones least likely to get it. published 2000, avg rating 4.00 — 2,629 ratings — the world's most visited architecture website, © All rights reserved. Essays offer invaluable insight into not just the buildings selected but to the idea of the section itself | Recommended by Kaley Overstreet, Oppositions Reader collects the most important essays from 26 issues of Oppositions, the journal of the New York-based Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies (IAUS). Disclosure: ArchDaily earns a commission from Amazon on books and items purchased through their platform. In this essential new book, Speck reveals the invisible workings of the city, how simple decisions have cascading effects, and how we can all make the right choices for our communities | Recommended by Eduardo Souza, A must-read comprehensive catalog to understand the legacy of the most relevant architecture movement from the XX century in Peru | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, Soft City is about ease and comfort, where density has a human dimension, adapting to our ever-changing needs, nurturing relationships, and accommodating the pleasures of everyday life | Recommended by Paula Pintos, Beginning with the Paris Universal Exposition of 1889, Cohen compiles developments that have shaped the world in which we live today. 204 ratings — Welcome back. 2 ratings — by Christian Illies (Author), Nicholas Ray (Author) 4.5 out of 5 stars 3 ratings. : Technology and the Threat of Disaster £14.99. This book exposes the consistency and coherence of the seemingly unrelated episodes of Manhattan's urbanism focusing on its "culture of congestion." 1st Edition. Every design challenge represents a problem to be solved. 250 ratings — What are their favorite foods? published, avg rating 4.06 — The Underachiever's Manifesto £6.99. published 2006, avg rating 4.50 — A complete historic round-up of architecture styles | Recommended by Dima Stouhi, This book explains the history, evolution, and ornaments of Islamic architecture | Recommended by Dima Stouhi, Alessandro Scarnato explains how Barcelona, an infested city, became a global city after Spain recovered its democracy in the '70s | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, An explosion of little architectural magazines in the 1960s and 1970s instigated a radical transformation in architectural culture, as the magazines acted as a site of innovation and debate | Recommended by Victor Delaqua, Alejandro Aravena joins Fernando Perez Oyarzún and José Quintanilla to discuss and analyze several architecture projects along with history, all accompanied with drawings, essays, and external references to make understand architecture from all its different angles and points of view | Recommended by Fernanda Castro, An extensive overview of the history, motivations, successes, and failures of the Modernist movement in architecture, offering invaluable and unparalleled context on an already widely published topic | Recommended by Shuang Han, One of the most complete and relevant books on modern architecture, in the fourth edition Frampton added a major new section to his masterpiece that explores the effects of globalization on architecture all over the world | Recommended by Romullo Baratto, This book documents and analyzes ten of Palladio's surviving villas in terms of their relationship with their natural surroundings | Recommended by Niall Patrick Walsh, The most influential architectural manifestos from 1903 to 1963, collected here in chronological order | Recommended by Becky Quintal, An editorial design accomplishment by itself, this book interweaves historical research with interviews with some of the most prominent architects from Japanese Metabolism movement | Recommended by Romullo Baratto, Todd Gannon sheds light on one of architecture's most influential critics, giving readers context to the man and opinions behind the writings. This book investigates the gap between architecture's dependent nature and the aggressive perfectionism with which we pursue our work | Recommended by Katherine Allen, By analyzing the relation between cinema, art, and architecture through the lens of existential spaces, Pallasmaa dives into the work of Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Michelangelo Antonioni, and Andrei Tarkovsky and how they used architectural imagery to create emotional states | Recommended by Romullo Baratto, This book explores the bases of design from the very antique tools to the new digital era to propose new theories that allow us to rethink the way we design | Recommended by Monica Arellano, The authors carry out a historical journey that narrates the social role of architects and planners until the current era of globalization | Recommended by Nicolas Valencia, The book is an inescapable reference for thinking about contemporary art and architecture | Recommended by Victor Delaqua, From nomadic architecture to underground sewerage landscapes, this book examines the possibilities of architecture outside of how it is normally viewed and discussed | Recommended by Yiling Shen, This is an iconic book analyzing the post-modern work of Edmond & Corrigan and how they reflect ideas about Australian suburbia and theatrics in their architecture | Recommended by Yiling Shen, David Harvey identify different contexts to create a great panorama of The condition of Postmodernity | Recommended by Pedro Vada, Critical architectural theory from the mid-1990s to now | Recommended by Pedro Vada, In OMA/AMO's words, Content is a product of the moment. published 2014, avg rating 4.42 — 64 ratings — 4,460 ratings — Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users. published 1982, avg rating 4.50 — This book gives a comprehensive overview of designing for sound, from detailed drawings to texts on the subject. published 2005, avg rating 3.86 — 'Townscape' is the art of giving visual coherence and organization to the jumble of buildings, streets, and space that make up the urban environment | Recommended by Winnie Wu, The New York Times describes this book as “perhaps the most influential single work in the history of town planning." This novel describes the evolution of Gothic architecture as a response to its Romanesque precursor against the backdrop of (lightly fictionalized) medieval European life | Recommended by Martita Vial. Topics include Aristotle's theories of "visual imagination" and their relevance to digital design, the problem of optical correction as explored by Plato, Hegel's theory of zeitgeist, and Kant's examinations of space and aesthetics, among others. In short, the Vitruvian picture of architecture is rooted in experiential knowledge of making, doing, and crafting. Architecture Books | Fans of architecture are a truly vibrant and insatiable people. 0 avg rating • (0 ratings by Goodreads) Hardcover ISBN 10: 3932565568 ISBN 13: 9783932565564. Facebook Twitter Reddit Support Open Culture. 8 ratings — 2 ratings — How are they? ISBN-13: 978-0993053009. published 2017, avg rating 4.35 — Kate Ascher reviews the systems that manage traffic, water, heat, electricity, and much more, tying architecture not just to an image of the urban environment, but to the actual workings of the city | Recommended by Collin Abdallah, Yona Friedman takes up the work of groups such as Archigram to propose cities that propose new ways of inhabiting cities | Recommended by Monica Arellano, This book systematically and exhaustively analyzes the foundations of architectural form, space, and arrangement based on prototypes and historical examples from all periods, cultures and geographical areas | Recommended by Martita Vial, For many architects, designing for the senses often means simply designing for sight and touch. 10 ratings — John Lobell: Louis Kahn – Architecture as Philosophy ISBN: 9781580935289 Good approach, but potential not fully realised. Architectural Philosophy is the first book to outline a philosophical account of architecture and to establish the singularity of architectural practice and theory. Meine Mediathek. 1,961 ratings — Yes is More introduced the world to a new way of looking at and speaking about architecture - one that was lively, energetic, and open to all. published, avg rating 4.00 — Her legacy is one that lives on today in the (perhaps improbably) thriving field of architectural criticism | Recommended by Katherine Allen, A comprehensive study of Bo Bardi’s career using an extensive archival work in Italy and Brazil | Recommended by Pedro Vada, MOS is an office known as much for their wit as they are for their architecture. 44 ratings — 67 ratings — : Experiencing Aural Architecture (Hardcover), The Metapolis Dictionary of Advanced Architecture: City, Technology and Society in the Information Age (Hardcover), Housing and Dwelling: Perspectives on Modern Domestic Architecture (Paperback), States of Architecture in the Twenty-First Century: New Directions from the Shanghai World Expo. Books; Fiction and Philosophy; Filters. It was essential that these enlightening texts be brought to light for the new generations of architectural scholars | Recommended by Martita Vial della Maggiora, This book presents and discusses part of the works of Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld, from homes to hotels in Brazil and other regions of the world. Im weltweit umfassendsten Index für Volltextbücher suchen. 9 ratings — All images are © each office/photographer mentioned. They are all available on his still (thankfully) open blog. What's new Apocalypse How? Architectural Philosophy is the first book to outline a philosophical account of architecture and to establish the singularity of architectural practice and theory. 1,041 ratings — Architecture, under their idiosyncratic gaze, is lively, ironic, and even a bit awkward. A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction / Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa, Murray Silverstein, The Architecture of the City / Aldo Rossi, Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture / Robert Venturi, Conversations with Students (Architecture at Rice) / Louis Kahn, Experiencing Architecture / Eiler Rasmussen, In Praise of Shadows / Junichiro Tanizaki, Learning from Las Vegas / Denise Scott Brown, Robert Venturi, Steven Izenour, Mutations / Rem Koolhaas, Stefano Boeri, Sanford Kwinter, Nadia Tazi, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Neufert Architects' Data / Ernst Neufert, Peter Neufert, The Seven Lamps of Architecture / John Ruskin, Superstudio: Life without objects / Peter Lang, Ten Canonical Buildings: 1950-2000 / Peter Eisenman, Theorizing a New Agenda for Architecture: An Anthology of Architectural Theory 1965 - 1995 / Kate Nesbitt (org), Theory and Design in the First Machine Age / Reyner Banham, Universal Principles of Design / William Lidwell, Kritina Holden, Jill Butler, The Works: Anatomy of the City / Kate Ascher, Yona Friedman: The Dilution Of Architecture / Yona Friedman, Architecture: Form, Space and Order / Francis D. K. Ching, Detail in Contemporary Architecture Series / Virginia McLeod, Elemental: Incremental Housing and Participatory Design Manual / Alejandro Aravena, Thermal Delight in Architecture / Lisa Heschong, BIG, HOT TO COLD: An Odyssey of Architectural Adaptation / Bjarke Ingels, Design Like You Give a Damn / Architecture for Humanity, Eladio Dieste: Innovation in Structural Art / Stanford Anderson, Forensic Architecture: Violence at the Threshold of Detectability / Eyal Weizman, The Future Of Architecture / Frank Lloyd Wright, Isay Weinfeld: The Brazilian Architect / Gestalten, Kicked a Building Lately? This essay refers generally to the basic creative output ofarchitects, in any (unspecified) form, as “architecturalobjects”. 1 rating — published 2005, avg rating 4.07 — Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. 1,788 ratings — 130 ratings — SHARES. 137 ratings — Each city is lushly, if fragmentarily described. Inspired by ceaseless fluctuations of the early 21st Century, it bears the marks of globalism and the market, ideological siblings that, over the past twenty years, have undercut the stability of contemporary life | Recommended by Diego Hernández, Basically, the work that made Rem Koolhaas famous. Quotations of Hundertwasser which inspire contemplation and explain his philosophy alternate with photographs of impressive Hundertwasser architecture projects. We thank you! Philosophy for Architects is an engaging and easy-to-grasp introduction to philosophical questions ofinterest to students of architectural theory. Architecture as Philosophy, The Works of Imre Makovecz. Architecture has deep wells of research, thought, and theory that are unseen on the surface of a structure. Robert Bevan guides the reader through the architectural landscape in times of and after a conflict, giving words to what we know but don't often say: that the built environment has cultural and personal significance that stretches far beyond shelter. published 2016, avg rating 3.44 — Essentials. 1 rating — Philosophy of Architecture. You'll now receive updates based on what you follow! 70 Philosophy eBooks from University of Pittsburgh Press. Read 415 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. published 1998, avg rating 3.72 — The legendary British group created visions for cities that still feel fresh and fantastical today, and are carried on by designers such as Neil Denari, Lebbeus Woods, and Morphosis. This book is the grown-up answer to our childhood fascinations, offering detailed drawings of contemporary works. Error rating book. Without a clear counterpoint, how can architects situate concepts of innovation in architecture? 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