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May 2019

Georgi Stanishev (ed.)

Architectural Guide Sofia

DOM publishers

Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe, but it remains a relatively undiscovered destination for tourism. Its urban fabric comprises a vast range of architectures, with structures by the ancient Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, as well as works from the Bulgarian medieval era, the Ottoman Empire, and the modern day, including the peculiar period of communist historicism and modernism.

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May 2019

Sarah Zahradnik

Australia

Architectural Guide

DOM publishers

The Architectural Guide Australia presents over 200 projects in the vast island continent that is home to natural wonders, coastal settlements, and tropical climates up north.

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May 2019

Ilinca Paun Constantinescu (ed.)

Shrinking Cities in Romania (2 volumes)

DOM publishers

Shrinking cities are a worldwide phenomenon. While megacities keep on growing, the mid-sized and smaller cities are often left to deal with dwindling population numbers. These shrinking processes can also trigger uncontrollable dynamics. They are often looked upon by governments and administrations with a degree of trepidation, sometimes even becoming a taboo issue. Ignoring the phenomenon has become quite common in a country that is especially impacted by it due to the large scale of emigration: Romania.

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May 2019

Natascha Meuser

Zoo Buildings

DOM publishers

Zoological gardens and animal parks are among the most popular cultural and leisure facilities when it comes to visitor numbers: in Germany alone the ratio to museum visits is almost forty to one. Yet while cultural buildings such as theatres and museums manage to make headlines, architecture for animals often only merits a marginal note.

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April 2019

Alex Bykov / Ievgeniia Gubkina

Soviet Modernism Brutalism Post-modernism

Buildings and Projects in Ukraine 1955-1991

DOM publishers

The publication Soviet Modernism Brutalism Post-modernism is a comprehensive study of brutalist architecture from Soviet-era Ukraine. For several years the architects Alex Bykov and Ievgeniia Gubkina set their sights on the modern architecture that can be found within their home country. In this title they examine the unique expressions of post-war Soviet architecture from 1955 to 1991 in all its shapes: from interior design to urban planning and throughout all parts of Ukraine.

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March 2019

Paul Andreas / Karen Jung / Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds.)

Housing for All

Catalogue of Buildings

DOM publishers

Affordable housing is an ongoing political issue. Local authorities have repeatedly been striving to set international standards for these important construction projects since the 1920s. In the tradition of a socially oriented housing development today's focus is on not only on setting out political, but also architectural standards.

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March 2019

Wolfgang Voigt / Dorothea Deschermeier / Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds.)

New Human, New Housing

The Architecture of the New Frankfurt 1925–1933

DOM publishers

In the 1920s, an unprecedented programme of architectural and cultural renewal was established in the German city of Frankfurt am Main. This scheme became inscribed in cultural history under the name the New Frankfurt.

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Yorck Förster, Christina Gräwe, Peter Cachola Schmal (Eds.)

German Architecture Annual 2019

DOM publishers

The DAM Preis for Architecture in Germany 2019 has been awarded to gmp – Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner for their reconstruction and renovation of the Kulturpalast Dresden. The German Architecture Annual 2019 presents the award-winning project, the finalists, the shortlisted entries as well as international buildings.

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Vladimir Belogolovsky

Architectural Guide New York

A Critic's Guide to 100 Iconic Buildings in New York from 1999 to 2020

DOM publishers

The Architectural Guide New York is the unusual and personal approach of an architecture critic to one of the perhaps most fascinating and best-known cities in the world. The author and curator Vladimir Belogolovsky wants to celebrate the city's transformative energy. In order to achieve this he brings together 100 of the most original structures built in New York City since 1999.

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Ulf Meyer / Henning Nieslen

Oslo

Architectural Guide

DOM publishers

While most are drawn to Norway's spectacular landscape and the mountains, its capital has developed into a centre of attraction for young architects and design and architecture aficionados - especially since it has rediscovered its waterfront location and changed into an attractive, lively and growing city.

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Marina Kavalirek

Architectural Guide Rome

Buildings and Projects after 1945

DOM publishers

The Architectural Guide Rome is dedicated to Roman architecture dating from after 1945 which so far has only been occasionally published. It encourages readers to venture off the beaten track and to explore Rome’s hidden younger architectural gems.

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