Lars Müller Publishers focuses on the integration of architectural themes into contexts of future-oriented discussion. Planning, process, method and examples are the key concerns in our current publications on architecture, landscape architecture and urban development, rather than monographs or ephemeral whims of the Zeitgeist. We cooperate with the Canadian Center for Architecture, Montreal, the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD), Princeton University School of Architecture (SoA), Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation GSAPP, ETH Zürich, Department of Architecture, the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and other high-flying institutions – besides outstanding agents of the discipline in practice and academia.

One of the publisher’s longstanding interests is to document seminal attitudes that have shaped the history and development of architecture. The emphasis is on historical figures, posthumous monographs, and major movements and events.

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Giulia Foscari / UNLESS (eds.)
50,00 €
Mark Wasiuta
30,00 €
Seng Kuan (ed.)
45,00 €
Hélène Binet
60,00 €
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (ed.)
45,00 €
Michael Merrill (ed.)
80,00 €
Mari Lending, Erik Langdalen
45,00 €
Hiromi Hosoya, Markus Schaefer (eds.)
35,00 €
Hiromi Hosoya, Markus Schaefer (eds.)
35,00 €
R. Buckminster Fuller
22,00 €
Jeffrey Hogrefe and Scott Ruff with Carrie Eastman and Ashley Simone (eds.)
30,00 €
Silvia Benedito
35,00 €
Tatiana Bilbao, Ayesha S. Ghosh, Nile Greenberg (eds.)
35,00 €
Günther Vogt, Thomas Kissling (eds.)
50,00 €

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