Architecture and Design

The Architecture of Madness: Insane Asylums in the United States The Architecture of Madness Insane Asylums in the United States Carla Yanni 2007 Spring
From Kirkbride buildings to cottages, a fascinating tour through America’s nineteenth-century mental hospitals
Judging Architectural Value: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader Judging Architectural Value A Harvard Design Magazine Reader William S. Saunders, Editor 2007 Spring
Architects, critics, and scholars debate what makes architecture bad, good, and great
The New Downtown Library: Designing with Communities The New Downtown Library Designing with Communities Shannon Mattern 2006 Fall
How libraries became urban America’s signature buildings
Noise Orders: Jazz, Improvision, and Architecture Noise Orders Jazz, Improvision, and Architecture David P. Brown 2005 Fall
An interdisciplinary look at the implications of improvisation in jazz on modern design
Urban Planning Today: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader Urban Planning Today A Harvard Design Magazine Reader William S. Saunders, Editor 2006 Spring
A provocative and practical consideration of what works, and what does not, in American urban planning
Bauhaus Culture: From Weimar to the Cold War Bauhaus Culture From Weimar to the Cold War Kathleen James-Chakraborty, Editor 2006 Spring
Provides fresh insights on the Bauhaus from a historical perspective
In the Scheme of Things: Alternative Thinking on the Practice of Architecture In the Scheme of Things Alternative Thinking on the Practice of Architecture Thomas R. Fisher 2006 Spring
One of the field’s most innovative thinkers reconsiders the purpose and practice of architecture
Else/Where: New Cartographies of Networks and Territories Else/Where New Cartographies of Networks and Territories Janet Abrams and Peter Hall, Editors 2005 Fall
The new role of maps in the information age
Commodification and Spectacle in Architecture: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader Commodification and Spectacle in Architecture A Harvard Design Magazine Reader William S. Saunders, Editor 2005 Fall
Diverse points of view on the relationship between design and capitalism
Sprawl and Suburbia: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader Sprawl and Suburbia A Harvard Design Magazine Reader William S. Saunders, Editor 2005 Fall
Combating sprawl through alternative visions of design and community
Salmela Architect Salmela Architect Thomas Fisher 2005 Spring
A stunning and informative portrait of one of today’s most honored architects
Architecture and Suburbia: From English Villa to American Dream House, 1690-2000 Architecture and Suburbia From English Villa to American Dream House, 1690-2000 John Archer 2008 Spring
An illustrated cultural history of the residential landscape of suburbia
Sensory Design Sensory Design Joy Monice Malnar and Frank Vodvarka 2003 Fall
A revolutionary approach to the built environment that embraces all of our senses and modes of understanding.
Metro Letters: A Typeface for the Twin Cities Metro Letters A Typeface for the Twin Cities Deborah Littlejohn, Editor 2004 Spring
The development of the first city-specific typeface
Some Assembly Required Some Assembly Required Michael Sorkin 2001 Fall
The long-awaited collection by one of architecture’s most exciting voices.