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Why Tim Brown Thinks Design Matters

Why Tim Brown Thinks Design Matters

In his new book, the CEO of IDEO extols the world-changing potential of "design thinking."

October 2009
Inside Outside USA

Inside Outside USA

A monograph on the designer Petra Blaisse is newly available in the States.

September 2009
Bookshelf: Lost and Found: Stories from New York

Bookshelf: Lost and Found: Stories from New York

A review of a new anthology from the Web site Mr. Beller's Neighborhood

September 2009
Paper World

Paper World

Unfolded: Paper in Design, Art, Architecture and Industry outlines the many possible uses for a well-known material.

September 2009
Nouvel on Sale

Nouvel on Sale

Taschen's limited-edition monograph is now available at a relative bargain.

August 2009
A Lotta Zaha

A Lotta Zaha

Two new monographs, both called Complete Works, present 30 years of Zaha Hadid's genre-defying architecture.

August 2009
Book Review: Twenty Minutes in Manhattan

Book Review: Twenty Minutes in Manhattan

Michael Sorkin takes readers on a discursive, curmudgeonly stroll through the city.

July 2009
Eileen Gray Finally Gets Her Due

Eileen Gray Finally Gets Her Due

With his newly expanded biography, Peter Adam gives a definitive account of the designer's life and work.

July 2009
Book Review: Wrestling with Moses

Book Review: Wrestling with Moses

Anthony Flint tackles the lives and legacies of Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses.

July 2009
Book Review: Architecture Depends

Book Review: Architecture Depends

Jeremy Till argues that architects should consider the unpredictable forces that will change their buildings over time.

June 2009
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