JFM 2012 Seasonal Presentation

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JFM/Winter 2012 Seasonal Presentation ARCHITECTURE Presented by Fran Ford Commissioning Editor – Architecture

Table of Contents :

Table of Contents Textbooks Slides 3 - 24 Professional Slides 25 - 35 Readers Slides 36 - 38 Supplementary Slides 39 - 53

Exercises in Architecture: Learning to Think as an Architect:

Exercises in Architecture: Learning to Think as an Architect Simon Unwin University of Dundee, UK Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £19.99/ $29.95 Pub Date: Jan/Feb 2012 Text type: Premium Plus Text Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 950 2011 ROW sales f/c: 500 2011 US sales f/c: 1500 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Offers student architects a series of exercises aimed at developing the reader‘s ability to ‘do’ architecture The exercises cover themes such as place-making, learning through drawing, framing, storyboarding, light, aleatoric design, uses of geometry, stage setting, eliciting emotional responses and many more The author’s book Analysing Architecture 3e describes the workings of architecture. Twenty Buildings Every Architect Should Understand , provides examples analysed. Exercises in Architecture adds prompts for practice. The three books taken together deal with the three aspects of learning: description, analysis of examples, and practice.

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Completes the Unwin trilogy for students The 30 second sell: The final book in the trilogy from Simon, sell in with Analysing Architecture 3e and Twenty Buildings Every Architect Should Understand Beautifully illustrated with over 300 hand drawn illustrations in signature Simon Unwin style Provides a complete package for learning about architecture for any student embarking on an architectural career

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SEE      SELL The Fundamentals of Architecture Lorraine Farrelly (AVA, 2007) £24.50/ $36.95 Architecture: Form, Space and Order Francis D.K. Ching (Wiley, 2007) £27.99/ $49.95

Designing Architecture: The Elements of Process:

Designing Architecture: The Elements of Process Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: The only book dedicated to assisting students through all aspects of design studios, the core of all architecture programs • Graphic examples of components of actual design processes from noteworthy practitioners elucidate ideas in full colour and provide windows on achieving design excellence • Promotes critical thinking and helps emerging architects make the transition from study to practice Andrew Pressman University of Maryland, USA Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £24.99 / $29.95 Pub date: January 2012 Text type: Standard Text Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 350 2011 ROW sales f/c: 175 2011 US sales f/c: 925

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Core textbook for architecture students on every degree programme The 30 second sell: One of our biggest titles for 2012 Beautifully designed and visually appealing and accessible Written by a well-known author with a significant publishing history of writing successful books Applicable to a huge range of courses, any course which includes the word ‘design’ is a potential audience Accessible and easy to follow without being ‘ dumbed -down’ or didactic in approach

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Architecture: Form, Space and Order Francis D.K. Ching (Wiley, 2007) £27.99/ $49.95 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School Matthew Frederick (MIT, 2007) £9.95/ $12.95 SEE     SELL

Introducing Architectural Theory: Debating a Discipline :

Introducing Architectural Theory: Debating a Discipline Korydon Smith University of Arkansas, USA Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £27.99/ $39.95 Pub Date: March / Feb 2012 Text type: Standard Text Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 200 2011 ROW sales f/c: 50 2011 US sales f/c: 1100 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: The first architectural theory book aimed specifically at undergraduates A compendium of primary source texts central to the discipline from 31 theorists, including Le Corbusier, Robert Venturi, Adrian Forty, Juhani Pallasmaa and many more • A brief introduction by the author to each chapter • A set of reflective questions and a comprehensive bibliography of related texts at the end of each chapter

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The only architectural theory book aimed at undergrad and beginning masters students The 30 second sell: Especially useful to new instructors, lecturers, or adjunct faculty members, as it is structured according to a typical fifteen week semester and includes multiple resources for students Understanding and navigating the seemingly treacherous world of architectural theory is essential to both success in the studio and adaptability in the profession Clear, pedagogical, accessible and comprehensive

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SEE      SELL Architectural Theory Vols 1 & 2 Harry Mallgrave (Wiley, 2005 & 2008) £29.99/ $62.95 Architectural Theory Since 1968 Michael Hays MIT Press, 2000 £33.95/ $47.95

Rural Design: A New Design Discipline :

Rural Design: A New Design Discipline Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: The first book to present rural design as a subject within its own right, suitable for students and practitioners designing in rural settings Beautifully illustrated in full colour, depicting a range of photographic and technical images to demonstrate rural design issues • Sets out practical guidance for rural design with a special emphasis in responding to global climate change and how rural communities can respond worldwide Explains what rural design is and what it can do for rural communities throughout the world in resolving rural land use issues Dewey Thorbeck University of Minnesota, USA Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £24.99 / $39.95 Pub date: January 2012 Text type: Standard Text Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 250 2011 ROW sales f/c: 250 2011 US sales f/c: 900

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Groundbreaking book on an issue of global importance for a sustainable future The 30 second sell: Examples come from the US, UK and Europe Suitable for student courses on rural design but also professionals in the field Dewey Thorbeck is the leading authority in the field Highly produced with lots of illustrations and full colour figures Cross-disciplinary, appealing to students and professionals in landscape, planning, geography, applied or agricultural economics, natural resource management, renewable energy and agricultural technology

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Rural and Urban: Architecture Between Two Cultures Andrew Ballantyne (Routledge, 2009) £22.95 / $20.98 Designing the Reclaimed Landscape Alan Berger (Routledge, 2008) £39.99 / $71.95 SEE     SELL

Architecture and Climate: An Environmental History of British Architecture from 1600-2000:

Architecture and Climate: An Environmental History of British Architecture from 1600-2000 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Presents a thematic and chronological study of the influence of climate on British architecture from 1600 to the present day Includes extensive documentary research and first-hand analyses of significant buildings Architects whose works are discussed include Smythson, Wren, Campbell, Gibbs, Burlington, Barry, Waterhouse, Voysey, Scott, Connell, Ward, Lucas, Fry, Tecton, Alison and Peter Smithson, Prior, Checkley, Martin, StJ Wilson, Cullinan, Lea and MacCormac Dean Hawkes University of Cambridge, UK Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £29.99 / $49.95 Pub date: January 2012 Status: In Production Text type: Standard Text 2011 UK sales f/c: 600 2011 ROW sales f/c: 275 2011 US sales f/c: 300

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Excellent student resource which looks at lessons of design from the past to shape design of the future The 30 second sell: Well-known and well-respected author who has a great reputation for expertise in this area Strong list of cases from the great and the good of British architecture Brings together extensive documentary research and first-hand analyses of significant buildings to show how climate has shaped the architecture of Britain for the past four centuries

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SEE      SELL Architecture of the Well-Tempered Environment Raynar Banham Uni of Chicago Press, 1984 £29.50 / $45 Sun, Wind & Light: Architectural Design Strategies G. Z. Brown Wiley, 2000 £55/ $80

Building Systems: Technology, Design, Society :

Building Systems: Technology, Design, Society Eds : Kiel Moe & Ryan Smith Harvard & Uni of Utah, USA Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £24.99/ $39.95 Pub Date: Feb / March 2012 Text type: Standard Text Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 325 2011 ROW sales f/c: 250 2011 US sales f/c: 625 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Presents the histories, theories, techniques, and technologies of contemporary building systems to promote ‘joined-up thinking’ in building design Includes canonical texts as well as current thinking from critical contemporary theorists and practitioners Highly edited with introductory pieces for each section, a glossary of further reading and illustrations An essential reader for courses in materials and methods, structures, environmental controls and building systems

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Student compendium of architectural theory and technology The 30 second sell: An essential reader for courses in materials and methods, structures, environmental controls and building systems Highly edited with introductory pieces for each section, a glossary of further reading and illustrations Fantastic range of global contributions from both established and ‘up and coming’ names

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SEE      SELL Rethinking Technology: A Reader in Architectural Theory William Braham and Jonathan Hale (Routledge, 2006) £27.99/ $49.95

The Metric Handbook 4e Planning and Design Data:

The Metric Handbook 4e Planning and Design Data Edited by David Littlefield University of West of England, UK Binding: Paperback Price: £34.99/ $70.95 Pub Date: March / April 2012 Text type: Professional Plus Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 6050 2011 ROW sales f/c: 700 2011 US sales f/c: 300 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: A fully revised resource that is entirely appropriate for architecture and construction professionals Updated and increased data standards, charts, tables and diagrams, photographs and exemplar projects to show how the data applies to actual buildings A tried and tested product that provides all the standards reference data architects need for their day-to-day project work Fully integrated focus on sustainability

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The big red book which no architect can do without The 30 second sell: Sold over 100,000 copies to successive generations of architects worldwide Covers the most important major public and private building types, from schools and hospitals to homes, offices, museums and restaurants. Over 6000 colour and black and white illustrations show how data applies to planning and design for buildings.

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SEE      SELL Neufert Architect’s Data 3e Ernst & Peter Neufert Blackwell, 2002 £47.99/ $105.99

Architect’s Pocket Book 4e & Architect’s Legal Pocket Book:

Architect’s Pocket Book 4e & Architect’s Legal Pocket Book Baden-Powell, Hetreed & Ross Hetreed & Ross Architects, UK Binding: Paperback Price: £19.99/ $33.95 Text type: Professional Matthew Cousins Architect, UK Binding: Paperback Price: £20.99/ $34.95 Text type: Professional

Live Architecture: Venues, Stages and Festivals for Popular Music:

Live Architecture: Venues, Stages and Festivals for Popular Music Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Explores the physical form of popular music performance space from 1960 to the present day Analyses a vast range of cases all beautifully illustrated in full colour Includes a timeline of the most significant global popular music venue/event landmarks, and a resource section giving locations, contacts and web resources for the key venues described in the book Robert Kronenburg University of Liverpool, UK Binding: Hardback Price: £50/ $85 Pub date: January 2012 Text type: Professional Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 300 2011 ROW sales f/c: 100 2011 US sales f/c: 300

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The first book for professional architects on how to design and construct live music venues, stages and festivals The 30 second sell: Comprehensive detail of how each structure is designed, created and constructed is included, and the acoustic and visual environmental factors that impact on its success are also examined. As well as text, design drawings, building plans and photographs, the book also includes two distinctive features – a timeline of the most significant global popular music venue/event landmarks, and a resource section giving locations, contacts and web resources for the key venues described in the book Case studies from UK, USA, France, Ireland and Netherlands

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SEE      SELL Portable Architecture Robert Kronenburg (Birkhauser, 2008) £36/ $44.95 Sound Tracks: Popular Music Identity and Place John Connell (Routledge, 2002) £33.99/ $61.95 Transportable Environments 3 Robert Kronenburg (Routledge, 2005) £55/ $100

Design Innovation for the Built Environment: A New Approach Towards Research by Design :

Design Innovation for the Built Environment: A New Approach Towards Research by Design Edited by Michael Hensel Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £29.99/ $49.95 Pub Date: February / March 2012 Text type: Professional Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 450 2011 ROW sales f/c: 250 2011 US sales f/c: 250 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: The first detailed overview of ‘research by design’ and its effect on the evolution of architectural practice Includes well-known contributions from individuals based in the UK, USA, Asia and Europe Examples are well-illustrated with over 200 images throughout the book

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First detailed overview of ‘research by design’ and its effect on the evolution of architectural practice The 30 second sell: Outlines the developments in current practice from leading individuals based in the UK, USA, Japan and Europe Exposes the undercurrent of research which is taking place and how this will contribute to the renovation of architectural practice Visually appealing with over 200 diagrams, illustrations and photographs

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SEE      SELL Design Research in Architecture Series Murray Fraser et al (Ashgate, forthcoming)

Reading Architecture & Culture: Researching Buildings, Spaces and Documents :

Reading Architecture & Culture: Researching Buildings, Spaces and Documents Edited by Adam Sharr The University of Newcastle, UK Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £24.99/ $39.95 Pub Date: Feb / March 2012 Text type: Reader Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 250 2011 ROW sales f/c: 250 2011 US sales f/c: 400 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Introduces the appreciation of buildings as cultural artefacts and the power of this approach The chapters are new contributions, like case studies, each taking a detail or a building, offering diverse perspectives ‘Further Thinking’ questions for each part of the book guide students through the approach

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Proposes a new way to read architecture which will open up powerful insights and offer key lessons for students The 30 second sell: Highly edited and strongly developed with a student audience in mind so the book has maximum applicability as a reader Introductory passages to each section and ‘further thinking’ questions highlight the lessons to be learned from the cases discussed Cases from Puerto Rico, Spain, Kazakhstan, UK , Italy, France, Russia, USA, Switzerland, Netherlands, Germany

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SEE      SELL Rethinking Architecture Neil Leach (Routledge, 1997) £29.99/ $52.95 Strange Details Michael Cadwell MIT Press, 2008 £15.95/ $21.95

The Cultural Role of Architecture: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives :

The Cultural Role of Architecture: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives Edited by Emmons, Lomholt & Hendrix Viginia Tech, USA & Lincoln, UK Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £29.99/ $49.95 Pub Date: February / March 2012 Text type: Supplementary Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 250 2011 ROW sales f/c: 140 2011 US sales f/c: 300 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Presents fresh views on the question of how architecture is a cultural practice Considers traditional architectures along with contemporary examples Contributors Pelletier, Perez-Gomes, Frascari and El-Bizri are among the best-known in this field

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Establishes the crucial role of architecture as a cultural practice The 30 second sell: Experienced group of editors ensure cohesion and a strong theoretical framework Well-respected contributors from the UK, USA and Europe Appropriate for architecture culture, history and theory modules at the MA and Dphil level

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SEE      SELL Architecture in the Age of Divided Representation Dalibor Vesely (MIT, 2006) £20.95/ $29.95 Architecture and Culture Adam Sharr Routledge, 2012 £24.99/ $39.95

Living Over the Store: Architecture and Local Urban Life:

Living Over the Store: Architecture and Local Urban Life Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: The first book to comprehensively address this ubiquitous but overlooked building type Describes one of the most ubiquitous kinds of urban buildings, as a cross-cultural architectural, social and economic phenomenon Includes over 200 illustrations in a beautifully designed package Includes cases from Europe, the USA and Asia Howard Davis Uni of Oregon, USA Binding: Dual Edition HB & PB Price: £29.99 / $49.95 Pub date: January 2012 Text type: Supplementary Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 200 2011 ROW sales f/c: 100 2011 US sales f/c: 400

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The first book to comprehensively address this ubiquitous but overlooked building type The 30 second sell: Aimed at de signers and decision-makers, dealing with mixed-use buildings, as well as academics and students Buildings include, among many others, the merchant's house in northern European cities, the Asian shophous, the apartment building on New York avenues, typical apartment buildings in Rome and Paris, along with many cultural derivatives of these forms Understanding the shop/house is important in contemporary practice. Professionals, city officials and developers are taking a new look at buildings that allow for higher densities and mixed-use

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Live/Work: Working at Home, Living at Work Deborah Dietsch (Abrams, 2008) £19.99 / $35 Working Space Simon Schleifer (Taschen, 2005) $29.99 SEE     SELL

Persistent Modelling: Extending the Role of Architectural Representation :

Persistent Modelling: Extending the Role of Architectural Representation Why are we publishing this book? Benefits : Presents an entirely new way of considering architectural representation and its relation to built forms World renowned editor and contributors from the UK, Europe, US and Australia Features over 100 illustrations demonstrating the principles and examples discussed Phil Ayres The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark Binding: Dual HB &PB Price: £29.99 / $49.95 Pub date: January 2012 Text type: Supplementary Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 250 2011 ROW sales f/c: 150 2011 US sales f/c: 300

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The definitive book on this topic, from the leading authors in the field The 30 second sell: Contributions from Denmark, Canada, USA, Australia, UK and Norway A concise introduction to the subject in all its complexity Builds on a concise critical historical perspective, the book offers an enlightening analysis of the current situation in relation to the problems of sustainability and economic crisis

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SEE      SELL Programming Cultures Mike Silver (Wiley, 2006) £22.99 / $55 Performative Architecture Branko Kolarevic (Routledge, 2004) £37.99 / $65.95

Atomic Dwelling: Anxiety, Domesticity and Postwar Architecture :

Atomic Dwelling: Anxiety, Domesticity and Postwar Architecture Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Addresses interdisciplinary interest in the domestic architecture of the postwar period B rings together an international group of scholars from architecture, design, urban planning, interior design and reappraises mid-twentieth century modern life Includes discussions of Czechoslovakia, East Germany, England, Italy, the United States Edited by: Robin Schuldenfrei Humboldt University, Berlin Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £29.99 / $49.95 Pub date: June 2011 Text type: Supplementary Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 200 2011 ROW sales f/c: 180 2011 US sales f/c: 300

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Breaks new ground in the treatment of postwar architecture The 30 second sell: Includes cutting-edge research on this topic of sustained interest Contributions from US, UK, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland, Holland and Canada Structured in four parts and with an excellent introductory essay from the editor, improves accessibility to the reader

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SEE      SELL Cold War Modern Design 1945 - 1970 David Crowley and Jane Pavitt (V&A Publishing, 2008) £35 / $80 Cold War on the Home Front: The Soft Power of Midcentury Design Greg Castillo (Uni of Minnesota Press, 2010) £15.50 / $24.95 Anxious Modernisms: Experimentation in Postwar Architectural Culture Goldhagan & Legault (MIT, 2000) OP

Weather Architecture:

Weather Architecture Jonathan Hill The Bartlett, UK Binding: Dual edition HB & PB Price: £34.99/ $54.95 Pub Date: January / February 2012 Text type: Supplementary Status: In Production 2011 UK sales f/c: 200 2011 ROW sales f/c: 200 2011 US sales f/c: 200 Why are we publishing this book? Benefits: Extends Hill’s investigation of authorship by recognising the weather as a creative architectural force alongside the designer and user Focuses on the buildings of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Alison and Peter Smithson, Sverre Fehn and Sigurd Lewerentz, and Derek Jarman Provides a history of architecture as a history of weather and thus considers the weather as an architectural author that influences design, construction with other authors such as the architect and user

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The first book to consider weather as an important factor in architectural design The 30 second sell: Written by a recognised expert and experienced author Broad range of case studies of buildings from world-class architects Will cluster well with all our other books on climate change and appropriate for courses on the environment and design at the masters and postgraduate level

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SEE      SELL The Environmental Imagination Dean Hawkes (Routledge, 2008) £29.99/ $54.95 Architecture of the Well-Tempered Environment Raynar Banham Uni of Chicago Press, 1984 £29.50 / $45

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