Subject: Architecture and urbanism

Architecture and urbanism

“In acquiring books for our architecture lists, I look for current trends and the most up-to-date thinking, but also work that is sensitive to a historical and intellectual breadth. In the ever-more generic world of publishing, MIT Press books are special because we treat each one as a unique project, with a very particular set of demands for the text, images, design, and production. The perfect MIT Press book reaches both the informed and cultivated general reader and the academic engaged in scholarly discourse.”
Thomas Weaver, Senior Acquisitions Editor


Charles Rice

All the King's Horses

Indra Kagis McEwen

Narrating the Globe

Petra Brouwer, Martin Bressani, Christopher Drew Armstrong

Socializing Architecture

Teddy Cruz, Fonna Forman

Spatializing Justice

Teddy Cruz, Fonna Forman

Architecture's Theory

Catherine Ingraham

Beyond Digital

Mario Carpo

Yasmeen Lari

Angelika Fitz, Elke Krasny, Marvi Mazhar, Architekturzentrum Wien

Perspecta 55

Ethan Zisson, Lani Barry, Matthew Wagstaffe

Cryptographic City

Richard Coyne


François Blanciak


Jean-Louis Cohen, Christina E. Crawford, Claire Zimmerman

God's Own Language

Karl Kinsella

Style and Solitude

Mari Hvattum

Times Square Remade

Lynne B. Sagalyn


Julian Raxworthy, Fiona Harrisson

Shifting Gears

Susan Handy

Lifelines of Our Society

Dirk van Laak, Paul N. Edwards, Erik Butler

Architecture and Abstraction

Pier Vittorio Aureli