The Art of Books and Buildings
DOM's extensive publishing programme combines both of their passions: architecture and designing high-quality books. Experienced editors, creative graphic designers, and architects work at the interface of theory and practice under one roof in the Friedrichswerder area in Berlin. DOM publishes up to 40 new titles each year and aim to provide architects, instructors, and students with a valuable foundation for their daily work and to make a critical contribution to the contemporary debate on architecture. In addition to the series of manuals, architectural guides, and basics, their thematic focuses include the architectural history of the former Soviet Union as well as architecture in Africa and the Muslim world. DOM’s books are published primarily in English and German, but increasingly also in Russian, French, Italian, and Spanish. DOM’s global distribution network means their titles can be purchased in architecture bookshops around the world, from New York to Moscow through to Tokyo.
An architectural guide describing over 160 buildings and city routes design to explore Lima by boat, car, train, bus, bicycle or on foot.
A collection of essays on architectural theory providing academic food for thought while encouraging reflection on the discipline of architecture and stimulating urban design in the twenty-first century.
Multidisciplinary team of architects, planners, Mariupol residents, and outside experts envision of the rebirth of Mariupol following its liberation.
An employment of 'Addis Ababa House' as a case study discussing the possibility of a non-industrial building type that reflects the desire for a cosmopolitan urban life.
This volume presents the history of Villa Wolf in Gubin and documents the recent excavation of the basement as well as the graphic reconstruction as a prerequisite for the building's reconstruction.
This book describes the urban environment in the four cities before World War II, and how the present population handles the memories of the past for future development.
A guide on cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic port city known as the 'pearl of the Aegean' in the Ottoman Empire, exploring the diverse architectural heritage of the city through a selection of 265 buildings, among them the works of architects like Gustave Eiffel and Bruno Taut.