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Portraits of the New Architecture

Portraits of the New Architecture celebrates the 50 architects who have reinvented architecture in the 20th and 21st centuries. From Philip Johnson and I.M. Pei to Richard Meier and Daniel Liebeskind, Portraits emphasizes the magnetism of the architects as well as their creations. With highly personalized representations of the architects themselves and images and design plans of their best work, the book explores the architect-as-superstar phenomenon: what does it mean that architecture today has become a style statement?

Portraits of the New Architecture 2

Following the success of the first volume, Portraits of the New Architecture 2 introduces thirty-two exciting architects and architectural firms whose projects are shaping the architectural landscape of tomorrow, including David Adjaye, Asymptote, Tatiana Bilbao, Annabelle Selldorf, and Dominique Perrault. This volume features Richard Schulman’s stunning architect portraits and photographs of the architects’ projects, as well as sketches and designs, and an introduction by discerning critic Paul Goldberger.

Oxymoron & Pleonasmus

Oxymoron & Pleonasmus

Talks on critical and projective theory of architecture

New Architecture London

New Architecture London

This beautifully designed book showcases the extraordinary renaissance of London’s architecture in the 21st century. London has always been known for its iconic buildings, but the city has recently witnessed an explosion of new architecture from the world’s most acclaimed architects.
The projects profiled here―brought to life by photographer Richard Schulman―range from dance and aquatic centers to world-class museums and global office headquarters. The book includes Rafael Viñoly’s “Walkie-Talkie” and “The Gherkin” by Foster + Partners, as well as Renzo Piano’s mixed-use skyscraper, “The Shard,” across the Thames. 


The Pritzker Prize is the most prestigious international prize for architecture. Architect includes all 42 recipients of the Pritzker Prize, and captures in pictures and their own words their awe-inspiring achievements. Organized in reverse chronological order by laureate each chapter features four to six of the architect's major works, including museums, libraries, hotels, places of worship, and more. The text, culled from notebooks, interviews, articles, and speeches illuminates the architects' influences and inspirations, personal philosophy, and aspirations for his own work and the future of architecture. The book includes More than 1000 stunning photographs, blueprints, sketches, and CAD drawings.

Architect offers an unprecedented view into the minds of some of the most creative thinkers, dreamers, and builders of the last three decades and reveals that buildings are political, emotional, and spiritual.