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An American Renaissance: Beaux-Arts Architecture in New York City

Dodd, Phillip James
Beautifully photographed, with insightful analysis in terms of both traditional and contemporary contexts, An American Renaissance is a significant compendium of New York City's architecture in the quintessential Beaux-Arts style.
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Swissness Applied: New Glarus and Its Image of Cultural Heritage

McIntosh, Nicole
A unique and fascinating study the influence of cultural heritage and imagery on architectural production at the interface of cultural anthropology, diaspora research, and architecture, based on the example of New Glarus, Wisconsin.
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Architecture in Mexico, 1900-2010: The Construction of Modernity. Works, Design, Art, and Thought

Canales, Fernanda
This is a comprehensive look at Mexican architecture and related subjects across a span of 11 decades.
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The Innovation Complex: Cities, Tech, and the New Economy

Zukin, Sharon (Professor of Sociology, P
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High On... American Architects

Daab, Ralf
Thirty American architects present their latest design projects for residential, commercial and public buildings.
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MCHAP The Americas 2: Territory & Expeditions

Rodriguez, Florencia
New approaches to nature, landscape, and territory were key in the jury's and architect's architecture discussions during the second cycle of the MCHAP prize. This book puts together the finalist projects with a selection of articles, dialogues and visual essays, providing a particular set of lenses with which to look at the newest architecture of the Americas.
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AIA Guide to Chicago

Sinkevich A: American Institute of Arch
An unparalleled architectural powerhouse, Chicago offers visitors and natives alike a panorama of styles and forms. This book brings readers up to date on ten years of dynamic changes with new entries on smaller projects as well as showcases like the Aqua building, Trump Tower, and Millennium Park.
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City of Wooden Houses: Georgetown, Guyana

Merrell Publishing
Georgetown's architecture was molded by the French, Dutch, British and Spanish during the C18th/C19th and built in a classical style reinterpreted by local craftsmen largely in wood. The book gives a brief history of Georgetown, explaining the various house types with photographs of the buildings and their particular features
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