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The CCA and Lars Müller Publishers announce the publication of Some Ideas on Living in London and Tokyo by Stephen Taylor and Ryue Nishizawa
Centre Canadien d´Architecture CCA Canadian Center for Architecture
November 11, 2008

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Architekturzentrum WienAz W
December 10, 2007
The focus of this issue of icamprint is on the 'market' for private archives. After all, collecting and managing the documentation of architecture history to conform to academic and scientific standards is a complex business, and a core task for most icam members. In this context, whether or not the 'originals' by star architects have an artistic value on the market is only superficially a decisive issue.
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Giuseppe Samonà and the Venice school of architecture
Università Iuav di Venezia
December 13, 2006
Giuseppe Samonà and the “Venetian school”: what remains of an underlying alliance within Italian architecture today? This volume brings together a selection of material produced for a series of initiatives that the Iuav University has promoted in order to pay tribute to a central figure in nineteenth century Italian architecture.
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Max Berg's Centennial Hall and Exhibition Grounds in Wroclaw
Muzeum Architektury we Wroclawiu Museum of Architecture in Wroclaw
November 27, 2006
Max Berg's Centennial Hall and Exhibition Grounds by Jerzy Ilkosz is an extensive monograph published in connection with the exhibition at the Museum of Architecture in Wrocław. In addition to presenting the most comprehensive history of the Centennial Hall and Exhibition Grounds to date, Ilkosz contributes new interpretive insights concerning the work's historic, political, artistic, and ideological contexts and informing ideas.
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Wrocławskie dworce kolejowe
Muzeum Architektury we Wroclawiu Museum of Architecture in Wroclaw
November 27, 2006
Train stations of 19th century, more than any other public buildings, reflected the spirit of the era, combining technology and architecture, industry and art. Associated with the industrial revolution, they displayed changes in aesthetics and tastes. The book was published to mark the 160th anniversary of the launching of the Wrocław – Berlin railway.
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