Patrick Webb reviews Lucien Steil's book In the Mood for Architecture—Tradition, Modernism and Serendipity.
A new book, Covered Bridges and The Birth of American Engineering, published by HAER (Historic American Engineering Record) documents the National Covered Bridges Recording Project.
Clem Labine reviews the book McKim, Mead & White: Selected Works 1879-1915.
Rethinking Modernism and the Built Environment examines the impact of structures on cities and urban environments associated with Modernism.
A review by Clem Labine of the book Harrison Design.
A review of the book Traditional Architecture: Timeless Building for the Twenty-First Century.
Robert A.M. Stern's City Living: Apartment Houses, showcases superlative urban architecture, while analyzing the precedent, context and history of each project.
Two garden design books consider the growth of gardens from highly different perspectives — one macro and the other micro.