6 Reviews of Books on Architecture

We've rounded up six books on architecture we think are worth reading.
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The Architecture of Downtown Troy Judy Hayward reviews Diana Waite's latest book, The Architecture of Downtown Troy: An Illustrated History.

The Art of Classic Planning
Patrick Webb reviews The Art of Classic Planning.

Cities Alive
Read about the book Cities Alive: Jane Jacobs, Christopher Alexander, and the Roots of the New Urban Renaissance, by Michael W. Mehaffy, reviewed by Emily O'Brien.

Learn to Timber Frame
Read about the book Learn to Timber Frame, by Will Beemer, reviewed by Judy Hayward.

Classic Columns
Clem Labine's book review of Classic Columns: 40 Years of Writing on Architecture.

Beauty Memory Unity
Patrick Webb reviews the book Beauty Memory Unity by Steve Bass.

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