Category list : 2018
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The founders of dpr-barcelona argue that books are powerful generators of public space
Volumes of words: the architecture of the pageSubscription
Reciprocities between text and architecture open up new ways of reading
From ‘The Eiffel Tower’ to Empire of Signs, Roland Barthes teaches architects how to interpret places
Interview with Irma BoomSubscription
The AR talks to the Dutch graphic designer and specialist bookmaker about the relationship between books, buildings and architecture, about the value of print in a digital world – and reading in bed.
Elements of Architecture is the latest, and weightiest, product of Irma Boom and Rem Koolhaas’s collaboration so far, but does size matter?
The openness conveyed by the light, form and texture of Finland’s libraries is pivotal to the country’s identity and social consolidation
Interview with Lars MüllerSubscription
The AR talks to this heavyweight publisher of books on art, architecture and design – about self-publishing, saying no, and commitment to the book
Architecture brought to book: the monographSubscription
Signifier of wealth and taste, the lavish monograph has oiled the conduits of architectural history
Spreading the word: Victor Hugo's Tumblr accountSubscription
Changing techniques of dissemination, from print to digital, continue to shift and democratise the perception of architecture
Revisit: Biblioteca VasconcelosSubscription
Mexico City’s national lending library by Alberto Kalach + TAX allows for an unintentional plurality of inhabitation and experience