As part of Architecture Books / Yet to be Written / 1982-2017-2052, the launching conference of the New York Architecture Book FairStorefront presents BOOKS-NOW, a selection of signed architecture books published over the past year. At the conference, they will be accompanied by rare and out-of-print editions written by conference participants. Books will be on sale at a special discounted rate.


Book selections include:




Aaron Betsky, Making it Modern – the History of Modernism in Architecture and Design, 2016


Alexander Vasudevan, The Autonomous City – A History of Urban Squatting, 2017


Allan Wexler, Absurd Thinking Between Art and Design, 2017       


André Tavares, The Anatomy of the Architectural Book, 2016


Andrés Jaque, Transmaterial, 2017


Angelika Fitz and Katharina Ritter (eds.), Assemble: How We Build, 2017


Barbara Hoidn (ed.), Demo:Polis – The Right To Public Space, 2016


Benoît Jallon, Umberto Napolitano and Franck Boutté (eds.), Paris Haussmann – A Model’s Relevance, 2017


Ciro Najle, The Generic Sublime – Organizational Models for Global Architecture, 2016


Daan Roggeveen, Progress & Prosperity – The Chinese City as Global Urban Model, 2017


David Chambers and Kevin Haley (eds.), Wherever You Find People – The Radical Schools of Oscar Niemeyer, Darcy Ribeiro and Leonel Brizola, 2016


David Gamble and Patty Heyda, Rebuilding The American City: Design and Strategy for The 21st Century Urban Core, 2016


Deane Simpson, Vibeke Jensen and Anders Rubing (eds.), The City Between Freedom and Security – Contested Public Spaces in the 21st Century, 2017


Despina Stratigakos, Where are the Women Architects?, 2016


Dongwoo Yim, [Un]Precedented Pyongyang, 2017


Elena Chiavi, Pablo Garrido Arnaiz, Francisco Moura Veiga, Guillem Pujol Borràs, Francisco Ramos Ordóñez, Júlia Trias Jurado and Rubén Valdez (eds.), Cartha – On Making Heimat, 2017


Felicity D. Scott, Outlaw Territories – Environments of Insecurity/Architectures of Counterinsurgency, 2016


Felicity D. Scott, ¿Qué salió mal?/ What Went Wrong?, 2016


Florian Idenburg, Jing Liu and Ilias Papageorgiou, Solid Objectives – Edge, Aura, Order, 2017


Francesc Magrinyà and Fernando Marzá, Cerdà – 150 Years of Modernity, 2017


Gediminas Urbonas, Ann Lui and Lucas Freeman (eds.), Public Space? Lost and Found, 2017


Herman Verkerk/Eventarchitectuur, Events: Situating the Temporary, 2017


Jesús Vassallo, Seamless – Digital Collage and Dirty Realism in Contemporary Architecture, 2016


Michael Hays, Aparición y Materialidad/ Appearance and Materiality, 2017


Keith Krumwiede, Atlas of Another America – An Architectural Fiction, 2016


Kersten Geers, Jelena Pančevac, and Andrea Zanderigo, The Difficult Whole – A Reference Book On Robert Venturi, John Rauch and Denise Scott Brown, 2016


Lèa-Catherine Szacka, Exhibiting the Postmodern: 1980 Venice Architecture Biennale, 2016


Linna Choi and Tarik Oualalou, Territories of Disobedience, 2017


Lluís Ortega, The Total Designer – Authorship in the Architecture of the Postdigital Age, 2017


Manuel Herz, Ingrid Schröder, Hans Focketyn and Julia Jamrozik, African Modernism – Architecture of Independence, 2015


Marwa Al-Sabouni, The Battle for Home – The Memoir of a Syrian Architect, 2016


Miquel Adrià and Andrea Griborio, Radical. 50 Latin American Architectures, 2016


Nanni Baltzer and Martino Stierli (eds.), Before Publication – Montage in Art, Architecture, and Book Design, 2016


Nicole Kalms, Hypersexual City – The Provocation of Soft-Core Urbanism, 2017


Nina Rappaport, Vertical Urban Factory, 2016


Pedro Ignacio Alonso, Disparen Sobre El Artista/ Shoot the Artist, 2016


Rafi Segal, Space Packed – The Architecture of Alfred Neumann, 2017


Reinier De Graaf, Imaginary Apparatus – Four Walls and a Roof the Complex Nature of A Simple Profession, 2017


Ruth Estevez, Wonne Ickx, Abel Perles, Victor Jaime, and Carlos Bedoya (eds.), Liga Vol. 2: Exposed Architecture: Exhibitions, Interludes and Essays, 2017


Sabine Müller and Andreas Quednau (eds.), Giraffes, Telegraphs, and Hero of Alexandria – Urban Design by Narration, 2016


Stephen J. Phillips, Elastic Architecture – Frederick Kiesler and Design Research in the First Age of Robotic Culture, 2017


William O’Brien Jr. (ed.), Room for Artifacts – The Architecture Of Wojr, 2016



*(list in formation)





Beatriz Colomina and Craig Buckley (ed.), Clip Stamp Fold, 2011


Bernard Tschumi and Enrique Walker, Tschumi on Architecture – Conversations with Enrique Walker, 2006


Bernard Tschumi, Bernard Tschumi – Architecture Concept and Notation, 2016


Bernard Tschumi, Notations: Diagrams and Sequences, 2014


Bernard Tschumi, Parc de la Villette, 2014


Bernard Tschumi, The Manhattan Transcripts, 1994


Daniel Libeskind, Sonnets in Babylon, 2011


Kenneth Frampton, A Genealogy of Modern Architecture – Comparative Critical Analysis of Built Form, 2015


Stan Allen and Marc Mc-Quade (eds.), Landform Building, Architecture’s New Terrain, 2011


Stan Allen, Four Projects, 2017


Weiss/Manfredi, Public Natures: Evolutionary Infrastructures, 2015



**(list in formation)



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