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Archinect's 2015 holiday guide to architecture books

Books make great gifts for architecture-aware friends and family, as well as the perfect way to make your holiday travel times fly by. Image credit: www.tOrange.us Sketch, plan, and jot notes in the Architect Says notebooks. Photo credit: Princeton Architectural Press. 'Drawing from Practice, Architects and the Meaning of Freehand' by J. Michael Welton, published by Taylor & Francis Group. Photo: Justine Testado. 'Deep Mapping the Media City' by Shannon Mattern. Credit: Designed for the Future: 80 Practical Ideas for a Sustainable World is out now. Credit: Princeton Architectural Press 'The New Concrete' edited by Victoria Bean and Chris McCabe 'The New Concrete' edited by Victoria Bean and Chris McCabe 'Steven Holl' Credit: Phaidon Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods Blog edited by Clare Jacobson, published by Princeton Architectural Press (2015). Image courtesy of Princeton Architectural Press. Copies of 'Treatise' Young Architects 16: Overlay The Architectural League of New York. Published by Princeton Architectural Press. Author David Ulin standing in Chris Burden's 'Urban Light' installation, in front of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (photo via VQRonline). Katrina Palmer's 'End Matter' is published by Book Works, a London-based 'art commissioning organisation specialising in artists’ books, spoken word and printed matter.' Credit: Book Works A spread from 'the Underdome Guide to Energy Reform.' Credit: Janette Kim and Erik Carver / Princeton Architectural Press Slow Manifesto: Lebbeus Woods Blog edited by Clare Jacobson, published by Princeton Architectural Press (2015). Image courtesy of Princeton Architectural Press.

'Deep Mapping the Media City' by Shannon Mattern. Credit:

"Deep Mapping the Media City" by Shannon Mattern. Credit: