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Aesthetics of Gentrification: Seductive Spaces and Exclusive Communities
AHRnet Biographical Dictionary of British and Irish Architects 1800-1950
Architecture and Fire: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Conservation
Architecture and Politics in Africa: Making, Living and Imagining Identities through Buildings
Architecture as a Way of Seeing and Learning: The built environment as an added educator in East African refugee camps
Architecture in Dialogue with an Activated Ground: Unreasonable Creatures
Basic Concepts of Structural Design for Architecture Students
Better by Design? Architecture, Urban Planning, and the Good City
City, Climate, and Architecture: A Theory of Collective Practice
Coping with Urban Climates: Comparative Perspectives on Architecture and Thermal Governance
Experiments with Body Agent Architecture: The 586-year-old Spiritello in Il Regno Digitale
Moving to Sustainable Buildings: Paths to Adopt Green Innovations in Developed Countries
Resisting Postmodern Architecture: Critical regionalism before globalisation
Woman Architects and Politics: Intersection Between Gender, Power Structures and Architecture in the Long 20th Century
REF NA 200 S72 2007
REF NA 2840 S78 1984
The Book of Buildings: ancient, medieval, renaissance & modern...
REF NA 703 R44 1983
Drawings of Great Buildings edited by Werner Blaser
REF NA 2706 U6 D72 1983
Historic Architecture Sourcebook
REF NA 31 H56 1977
Sir Banister Fletcher's Global History of Architecture Q REF NA 200 F63 2020 v. 1 & 2
Complete works on 16 dvd-roms. Contains nearly 40,000 plans, 350 projects of which 200 are introduced by world-famous researchers, and 4000 newly discovered drawings. Numerous photos of the built projects, a detailed database of the contents of the plans, and the possibility to print all of the documents. Located in the Reading Room.