Our growing list of Architecture and Design publications showcase the singular visions of highly influential architects and designers who have made significant contributions to their fields. Beautifully produced and extensively illustrated with contextual photos, diagrams, drawings, models, and finished views, these books aim to illuminate the entire
design process, from concept to material to method. Scholarly texts and detailed biographical and bibliographical information make these books definitive and authoritative reference publications, as well as tangible ways to experience in book form significant architecture and design.
Wendell Castle: Wandering Forms—Works from 1959 to 1979
Text by Alastair Gordon
Foreword by Evan Snyderman
The first major publication on one of the twentieth century's most important American designers. Fully illustrated with photographs and sketches from Castle's own archive.
Allied Works Architecture / Brad Cloepfil: Occupation
Texts by Brad Cloepfil, Sandy Isenstadt, and Kenneth Frampton
Conversations with Doug Aitken, Ann Hamilton, Douglas Reed, Ben Rubin, Eric Sanderson, Mark C. Taylor, and Jan Tichelaar
Photographs by Victoria Sambunaris
Major architecture monograph and the first on the work of Brad Cloepfil. Extensive essays, interviews, chronology, and bibliography accompanied by building/site photos, drawings, and models.
The Furniture of Poul Kjærholm: Catalogue Raisonné
By Michael Sheridan
Foreword by Hanne Kjaerholm
Comprehensive and definitive reference work on one of the most important and profound designers of the twentieth century. Authored by architect Michael Sheridan, an internationally recognized expert on Scandinavian design and the world’s foremost authority on Kjaerholm. Volume includes 70 entries that document, analyze, and describe all of Kjaerholm’s realized designs. Essential reference for readers interested in furniture, interior design and the history of modern architecture and design.