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From artisanal minutiae to emergent architectural talent – a quartet of inspirational design books

Julius Schulman. Modernism Rediscovered Image: Taschen
New Architects 3 Image: Merrell Publishers in Association with The Architecture Foundation
André Fu Image: Assouline
Wiener Werkstätte Image: Taschen


Julius Schulman. Modernism Rediscovered (July 2016). Charting mid-century SoCal architecture immortalised by the photographic works of Julius Schulman, this new three-book set gives context to the photographs and subject matter through the writings of a host of architectural historians, plus commentary from Schulman himself. Available through


New Architects 3. A 320-page exploration of Britain’s innovative young architectural talents – a pool of practices numbering near 100 that have been established since 2005. A window on an ambitious, entrepreneurial generation, the firms were selected by a panel of architectural professionals here for independent analysis. Available through


André Fu. The work of André Fu will be recognisable to guests of the Upper House Hotel in Hong Kong, and the Opus Suite of The Berkeley London. Crafter of indulgent, light spaces, and studio head of AFSO, this 176-page tome is a visual tour of his work. Available through


Wiener Werkstätte. A creative movement of the early 1900s, the “Vienna Workshop” progressively championed hand craftsmanship over that of the heavily industrialised, resulting in gesamtkunstwerk – total artwork – the coordinated coming together of all environmental elements as one artistic whole. Over 240 pages, this book explores the collective's work. Available through

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