Robin Lynn, Francis Morrone, Edward A. Toran, Et Al.
A tour of not-to-be-missed public places—parks, plazas, memorials, streets—that shape the New York experience.More
John Belle, Maxinne R. Leighton, James Rudnick, Et Al.
A reissue of the celebrated photographic tribute timed to coincide with the building’s one-hundredth anniversary.More
Thomas E. Rinaldi
A brilliant visual tour and history of that iconic element of the cityscape: the neon sign.More
Caroline Rob Zaleski
Chronicles a rich and little-known array of architecture on the island, a hotbed of modernism from the thirties on.More
Robert F. Herrmann, Menaker & Herrmann LLP
An essential reference for practitioners, emphasizing how legal concepts affect the process of bringing architectural vision to reality.More
Christopher Curtis Mead
Revised and Updated
With a look at new buildings by Bart Prince, this book examines the work of a uniquely American contemporary architect.More
Herbert Gottfried, Jan Jennings
A comprehensive examination of American vernacular buildings.More
The first in-depth biographical study of the brilliant but elusive
architect who fundamentally redefined twentieth-century architecture.More
William D. Earls
A virtual tour of thirty-five landmark houses, 1947-1966, built in a quiet New England community.More
H. Allen Brooks, Vincent Scully
One of the most original and dynamic developments in American
architecture, the Prairie School was a regional manifestation of the
international revolt and reform that occurred in the visual arts during
the early years of the twentieth century.More
John Gaw Meem, the principal architect of the Santa Fe style, is well known for his houses and public buildings.
Chris Wilson, Robert Reck
A colorful exploration of the life and work of Santa Fe architect John Gaw Meem.More
Cyril M. Harris
Since the Spanish established their first settlement in St. Augustine, Florida, in 1565, America has been an architectural melting pot, reflecting the contributions of every immigrant group that brought its traditions across the sea and adapted them to the places where they settled.
A history of modernism in the teaching of architecture, landscape architecture, and city planning at Harvard.More
Hilary Ballon, Norman McGrath
A journey through the extraordinary history of New York's Pennsylvania Station.More