Book Review: An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City
Phillip James Dodd takes readers on an erudite and visually jaw-dropping tour of Beaux-Arts architecture through 20 examples in and around New York City, the wellspring of Gilded Age cash and egos that made it all possible.
Book Review: Frank L. Wright and the Architects of Steinway Hall
Peter H. Miller reviews Frank L. Wright and the Architects of Steinway Hall.
Book Review of Newport: The Artful City by John R. Tschirch
A detailed and eye-opening history in the new book Newport: The Artful City by John R. Tschirch.
Book Review: Houses by Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Gordon Bock reviews the new book Houses by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
Book Review: McKim, Mead & White: Selected Works 1879-1915
Clem Labine reviews the book McKim, Mead & White: Selected Works 1879-1915.
Book Review: Chinese Architecture and The Beaux-Arts
American Beaux-Arts institutions welcomed the influx of Chinese students in the early-20th century. As a result, the United States became the main source of education in Beaux-Arts design for Chinese students of architecture through the 1940s.
Harrison Design 25 | Building an Architectural Legacy
A review by Clem Labine of the book Harrison Design.
Traditionalism’s Global Thrust: Traditional Architecture Review
A review of the book Traditional Architecture: Timeless Building for the Twenty-First Century.
City Living: Apartment Houses by Robert A.M. Stern
Robert A.M. Stern's City Living: Apartment Houses, showcases superlative urban architecture, while analyzing the precedent, context and history of each project.
Getting Macro and Micro: Two New Garden Design Books
Two garden design books consider the growth of gardens from highly different perspectives — one macro and the other micro.