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You find all upcoming books of the current season in the New Titles Catalog 2019/20. For further inspiration and a broader overview of our list please have a look also at our brochure New and Selected Titles 2019/20. If you need further information, please contact Domenica Schulz at publicity@park-books.com.

 

 
  • Openings

    First monograph on h2o architectes, the up-and-coming Paris-based firm that has won several prestigious prizes for their designs

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  • Brick 20

    The international Brick Award 20: 50 nominated and awarded buildings demonstrate the wide range and excellent characteristics of bricks as a building material

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  • Ideas of Ambiente

    Milan’s bourgeois society forged the city’s building culture between the 1880s and 1960s with a sense of history as well as of responsibility and common welfare

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  • Perpetuating Architecture

    Martino Pedrozzi’s sensitive architectural interventions on mountain pastures highlight the topic of rural exodus in the Swiss Alps

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  • Faces & Spaces

    An amusing album commemorating the 40th anniversary of Europe’s preeminent architecture gallery

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  • EUROPAN 15 AUSTRIA - Productive Cities 2

    A rich source of ground-breaking ideas for a new urban culture of the future: EUROPAN is Europe’s biggest competition for ideas about urban planning and architecture

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  • Diener & Diener Architects—Housing

    An in-depth documentation of more than 40 years’ research and practice in housing design by renowned Swiss firm Diener & Diener Architects

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  • Stefan Forster Architekten

    Strategies for urban housing: This first comprehensive monograph explores twenty years of work in residential architecture by Frankfurt-based firm Stefan Forster Architekten

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  • Immediate Spaces 16–19

    An insight into the research and production at Amsterdam-based Sandberg Instituut’s Studio for Immediate Spaces in 2016–19 under the direction of Swiss architect Leopold Banchini

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  • Statista

    Berlin's former Haus der Statistik as laboratory of art and collaborative urban development

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  • Steel Cities

    The fast-growing logistics industry in Central and Eastern Europe and its hugely problematic effects on the built environment, landscapes, societies, and individuals in the region

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  • The Horizontal Metropolis

    The horizontal metropolis: an urban design concept for the future?

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  • Experimental Zone

    Spatial design constellations of collaborative workspaces for scientists and their effects on knowledge production: findings of a long-term reserach project

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  • Cold War and Architecture

    Architecture as part of a global struggle of differing political systems: with its transnational perspective, this book changes our view of architectural history and postwar society

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  • Hans Scharoun and the Development of Small Apartment Floor Plans

    Insights into the design process and intellectual foundation of Hans Scharoun, one of the most extraordinary protagonists of Germany's modern architecture

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  • Traffic Space is Public Space

    Creative strategies for conflicts between the growing demand for public space and increasingly dense traffic in urban areas

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  • Modern Modern

    A new house for modern and contemporary art in the structure of a Paris Art Deco icon

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  • Los Angeles Modernism Revisited

    Californian way of life: intimate insights into LA’s sophisticated modern homes of the 1930s to 1960s

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  • Quirino De Giorgio

    A great yet unduly ignored body of work: a tribute to Quirinio De Giorgio, whose buildings reflect evolutions in 20th-centruy architecture

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