Top architecture books for students
You’re a student and if you want to learn from the basic part of things, from start then this architecture books for students that I suggest below is great…let’s explore it!
In the first place, we have,
1.101 Things I Learned in Architecture by Mathew Frederick
1.This architecture books is for students of engineering that must have it!
2.As well As, This book includes lessons in design, drawing, the creative process, and presentation of basics of “How to Draw a Line” to the complexities of color theory.
3.Book also Concise lessons in design, drawing, the creative process, and presentation, from the basics of “How to Draw a Line” to the complexities of color theory.
2.BLDGBLOG Book by Geoff Manaugh
- BLDGBLOG is the leading voice in speculation about architecture, landscape, and the built environment.
2. BLDGBLOG is a part of conceptual travelogue, part manifesto, part sci-fi novel.
3.Additionally, BLDGBLOG includes part digital fantasy, part reality at the intersection of art, architecture, landscape design, and pure ideas.
3.10 X 10:10 critics, 100 architects
1.10 x 10 is a kaleidoscopic view of new architecture in the world today. 100 emerging architects have been selected by 10 leading international architecture curators and critics.
2.The book is unique in architectural publishing and provides a truly global view of the most imaginative and important architects not only of today but also of the future.
3.The absorbing tome is presented alphabetically by the architect in a dynamically direct A-Z format that results in arresting sequences with the turn of each page, making 10 x 10 an invigorating examination of contemporary architecture and culture.
4.Becoming an Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design by Lee W. Waldrep
1.What do architects do?
2.What are the educational requirements for architects?
3.What does an architectural internship involve?
4.How does one become a licensed architect?
5.What is the future of the architectural profession?
6.Get the answers to these key questions in Becoming an Architect.
7.This completely up-to-date guide to today’s careers in architecture provides a clear and concise survey of the field and offers advice for navigating a successful career.
5.Towards a New Architecture by Le Corbusier
1.Probably the most important book in Modern Architecture. Certainly, the most vilified over the years, especially since the death of Le Corbusier.
2.In it he laid the groundwork for Modern Architecture, extolling the virtues of an architecture that was the product of the machine age rather than a pastiche of historical styles.
3 Le Corbusier illustrated the principles which he felt should govern architecture, drawing from historical references such as the Parthenon, but stressing the need to come up with a new proportional system reflective of concrete construction.