Research in the Department of Architecture, University of Westminster

Bookshelf

Bookshelf is an archive of books published by architecture staff since 2008.

Launch of the Studio as Book Series

The Department of Architecture will launch the Studio as Book series on Monday 10th October at 18.00 as per details below:    

Sep, 01

The Politics of Heritage Regeneration in South-East Europe

The Politics of Heritage Regeneration in Europe, a report edited by John Bold and Martin Cherry has just been published by the Council of Europe. John Bold is Reader in Architecture at the University of […]

Jul, 05

Studio as Book

Studio as Book No 1 Architecture Energy Matter Lindsay Bremner and Roberto Bottazzi The Department of Architecture has initiated a new series of yearly publications that tender the extraordinary creative work undertaken in the Department […]

Jun, 07

Art in the Anthropocene Book Launch, 06 July 2015

The latest book in the Critical Climate Change Series by Open Humanities Press, Art in the Anthropocene: Critical Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environment and Epistemologies, edited by Heather Davis and Etienne Turpin has been released. […]

Jun, 28

Book Launch: Ro Spankie, Sigmund Freud’s Desk, 01. 04. 2015

The Freud Museum and the University of Westminster  invite you to the launch of Sigmund Freud’s Desk, An Anecdoted Guide by Ro Spankie Wednesday 1st April, 18.30 – 20.30, The Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, […]

Mar, 16

Book Launch: Emerging Landscapes

Please join us for the launch of Emerging Landscapes: Between Production and Representation, edited by Davide Deriu, Krystallia Kamvasinou and Eugenie Shinkle (Ashgate, 2014) on Wednesday 25 June 2014, from 18.00 – 20.00 in MG28, […]

May, 24

Book Launch: AD issue ‘The Architecture of Transgression’

Please join us to launch the recent edition of AD, the Architecture of Transgression edited by Jonathan Mosley and Rachel Sara at the University of Westminster on Thursday 13th from 17.30.  The editors will talk about […]

Feb, 09

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