One for the Books: The Year’s Suggested Architecture Books for Gift Giving
One for the books indeed! This year has certainly been one we will long remember. Perhaps even the limits placed on access to print titles.
The year’s events have made us shift away from print and explore more ways of accessing content. We might even consider that a plus and educational. But for many of us the print book still holds a special place in our hearts and minds.
With that thought in mind, we are again presenting a list of notable architecture books. And the good news is that this a time for you to gift others or enjoy something bought for you and yes, even by you for yourself. You’ve more than earned it. So here are this year’s suggestions:
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