Research in the Department of Architecture, University of Westminster

Bookshelf

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

Book Launch: Structural Engineering for Architects

The Department of Architecture invites you to the launch of Structural Engineering for Architects: A Handbook, by Pete Silver and Will McLean.  

Feb, 05

Book Launch: The Rationalist Reader

The Department of Architecture invites you to the launch of The Rationalist Reader, edited by Torsten Schmiedeknecht and Andrew Peckham.

Jan, 22

The Architecture of Pleasure

Kane, J. (2013). The Architecture of Pleasure: British Amusement Parks 1900 – 1939. Farnham: Ashgate. ISBN 978-1-4094-1075-1 The amusement parks which first appeared in England at the turn of the twentieth century represent a startlingly novel […]

Oct, 15

The Rationalist Reader

Peckham, A. and Schmiedeknecht, T. (eds.). (2013). The Rationalist Reader: Architecture and Rationalism in Europe 1920-1940 and 1960-1990. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-415-604436-9. The Rationalist Reader: Architecture and Rationalism in Europe 1920-1940 and 1960-1990, edited by Andrew Peckham […]

Sep, 17

Supercrit Book Series

Supercrits take projects that have changed the weather of architecture and re-visit them in an international critical forum. The key protagonists are invited to present their projects, which may be built or unbuilt, temporary or […]

Oct, 21

Daylighting

Tregenza, P and Wilson, M. (2011). Daylighting: Architecture and Lighting Design. London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0419257004 This authoritative and multi-disciplinary book provides architects, lighting specialists, and anyone else working daylight into design, with all the tools needed […]

Oct, 21

Basics Interior Architecture 03

Spankie, R. (2009) Basics Interior Architecture 03. Drawing out the Interior. London: Ava. ISBN: 978-2940373888 Basics Interior Architecture: Drawing out the Interior aims to provide an introduction to the representation of interior space through drawing and […]

Oct, 21

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