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Architecture: public buildings

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Sunderland in 50 buildings
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From its origins as one of the foremost centres of learning in Christendom to its industrial triumph as the 'largest shipbuilding town in the world', ...
The drama of space
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The experience of architectural spaces is formed by the way they are staged. The Drama of Space examines the composition and articulation of architect...

Memorials to shattered myths
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The Vietnam War, Oklahoma City bombing, Columbine High School shooting, and attacks of 9/11 all shattered myths of national identity. Vietnam was a wa...
Derby in 50 buildings
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Straddling the Derwent River, the cathedral city of Derby, its foundations in the Roman occupation of Britain, can directly attribute its contemporary...

London gig venues
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The UK has produced some of the most original, exciting and influential bands in the world and most of them have cut their teeth in one of the myriad ...
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Zaha Hadid was a revolutionary architect. For years, she was widely acclaimed and won numerous prizes despite building practically nothing. Some even ...

The devil in the White City
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The Chicago World's Fair of 1893 and its amazing 'White City' was one of the wonders of the world. This is the incredible story of its realization, an...
Richard Meier
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The Getty Center is the most famous, but Meier has built many museums, in the Europe and the US, including the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills, California, the High Museum in Atlanta, the Ara Pacis Museum in Rome, Italy, and his most recent, the Hans Arp Museum in Rolandseck, Germany. In all, 16 museums are showcased in this big volume (12.25x12.

Soviet bus stops. Volume II
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A follow-up to the hugely successful Soviet Bus Stops, with new photographs of bus stops in Russia, Crimea, Georgia and Ukraine. Christopher Herwig h...
Houses of power
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What was it like to live as a royal Tudor? Why were their residences built as they were and what went on inside their walls? Who slept where and wit...

Tree houses
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The idea of climbing a tree for shelter, or just to see the earth from another perspective, is as old as humanity. In this neat TASCHEN edition, take ...
Rosslyn Chapel
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The glorious fifteenth-century Rosslyn Chapel, one of Scotland's most extraordinary architectural masterpieces, has remained in the ownership of the S...

Stained glass at York Minster
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The 128 windows of York Minster are the eighth wonder of the world; they illustrate the art and craft of glass painting, extending over nine centuries...
Palm Springs
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Paying homage to the seminal mid-century modern architecture of Palm Springs, this luxurious book showcases historic jet-set homes designed by legenda...

100 contemporary brick buildings
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Brick by Brick The world's most innovative brick buildings Of all building materials in the world, brick is one of the most enduring and ubiquitous. T...
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Elected the architectural book of the year by the International Artbook and Film Festival in Perpignan, France, Frédéric Chaubin's Cosmic Communist Co...

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In the eighteenth century, the palace's most elegant assembly room was in fact a bloody battlefield. This was a world of skulduggery, politicking, wig...
Brutal London
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Here is a new photographic look at the raw concrete and imposing mass of Brutalist architecture that is undeniably part of the fabric of London's land...

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Stonehenge is our most famous prehistoric monument, massive, enduring, its iconic stones recognised around the world. It has also been an object of cu...
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This book reveals how the Aga Khan Development Network and its Historic Cities Programme transformed an area of Cairo's urban blight into a dynamic pu...

Trans-Europe Express
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'A scathing, lively and timely look at the European city , from one of our most provocative voices on culture and architecture today' Owen JonesA s...
Weymouth & Portland in 50 buildings
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From the days of being one of the country's most popular seaside resorts and the summer residence of George III, through prominent roles in both world...

The Alhambra
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The Alhambra, the 'red fort' on its rocky hill above Granada, with its fountained courts and gardens, and intricate decoration, has long been a byword...
Liverpool's musical landscapes
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Liverpool has gained a national and international reputation for popular music, most recently recognised in its designation as a UNESCO City of Music....

National Museum, Sultanate of Oman
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The National Museum, Sultanate of Oman, is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the treasures of Oman's cultural heritage. The magnificent new build...
The pinecone
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The Pinecone is set in the village of Wreay, near Carlisle, where a masterpiece in Victorian architecture stands - the strangest and most magical chur...

Le Corbusier 1887-1965
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Born Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, Le Corbusier (1887-1965) is widely acclaimed as the most influential architect of the 20th century. From private villa...
After the final curtain
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There's nothing remarkable about a movie theater today, but that wasn't always the case. When the great American movie palaces opened in the early 20th century, they were some of the most lavish, stunning buildings anyone had ever seen. With the advent of television, theater companies found it harder and harder to keep them open. Some were demolish

Harry Seidler - the exhibition
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Vladimir Belogolovsky's 'Harry Seidler: The Exhibition' leaves no stone unturned in documenting his ongoing, four years in the making to date, world tour exhibition, 'Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture'. It examines the blurry boundaries between art and architecture and how these disciplines inspire one another by bringing to focus the wor
Spaces for young children
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Many childcare practitioners understand the importance of architecture in ensuring good provision for young children and their families. Whether makin...

Thomas Kellner - tango metropolis
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This volume shows Kellner's most famous work on iconic architectures and new world wonders. The unique images of 'dancing' buildings such as the Brandenburg Gate and Saint Basil's Cathedral are analogous contact sheets with hundreds of pictures. He manages to breathe new life into architectural icons that probably have been photographed thousands o
Who's buried where in London
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London's many cemeteries, churches and graveyards are the last resting places of a multitude of important people from many different walks of life. Po...