Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers Limited
Rejecting the idea that 'green architecture' is merely planting trees on buildings, our architecture provides an eco-system for people to connect with nature.
Chasing the Sky, is a book that showcases twenty of Australia's leading women in architecture. Chasing the Sky is the second book in the `20 Stories' series, with each edition featuring different aspects of the architecture industry.
This two volume slipcased monograph presents a comprehensive portrait of the works of Singaporean firm Bedmar & Shi. Established in 1986, Bedmar & Shi is known today as one of the most successful high end residential architecture firms in the South East Asia / Pacific region.
Set around an open courtyard space, with a series of demarcated private abodes, Chancery Lane perfectly embodies the tenets of personal privacy heightened and brought together through shared experience
Vladimir Belogolovsky's Harry Seidler: The Exhibition leaves no stone unturned in documenting his ongoing, four years in the making to date, world tour exhibition, Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture.
The work of [STRANG] is beautifully explored in this robust monograph which highlights the firm's site-specific and climate-driven designs.
CALL TO ORDER, the first in a series of books to be produced by the University of Miami School of Architecture, is inspired by rappel l'ordre, the post WWI, European, art movement that rejected the extreme tenants of the avant garde and its praise of machinery, violence and war, in favor of a renewed interest in tradition.
Hyperirrealism is a merger of the disciplines of science and art for research in architecture. Hyperirrealism embodies architecture design that blends architecture, sculpture, digital imaging, mathematics and aesthetics simultaneously.