What’s New On The Bookshelves? October 2014 Edition

by | 23. Oct 2014

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This month, the shelves are practically overflowing with exciting new book releases, first and foremost Rem Koolhaas’ monumental 15-volume book set ‘Elements’, based on his research in relation to his curation of the 2014 Venice Biennale. Also, Taschen’s Renzo Piano monography is released in a revised edition.

‘Shooting Space’ by Elias Redstone on Phaidon Press offers an extraordinary collection of work by a series of several renowned photographers, interpreting the built environment through their images. Hatje Kanz has just released both ‘Finn Juhl and His House’, an atmospherical tribute to Danish designer and a bilingual edition of ‘How Small? How Vast? How Architecture Grows’, featuring the explorative work of Juniya Ishigami.

Another highlight is the remarkable and comprehensive documentation of Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret’s massive and revolutionary Chandigarh project in India. And finally, ‘Loose Ends’ – a beautiful and quite unconventional loose leaf monograph on Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo from Lars Müller Publishers.

Happy reading.

  

Elements

By Rem Koolhaas

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DAC

  

Piano: Complete Works 1966-2014

by Philip Jodidio

Amazon UK

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DAC

 

Shooting Space

by Elias Redstone

Amazon UK

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Finn Juhl and His House

by Per H. Hansen

Amazon UK

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How Small? How Vast? How Architecture Grows

by Junya Ishigami

Amazon UK

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Chandigarh, India

by Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret

Amazon UK

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Loose Ends

by Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo

Amazon UK

Amazon US