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April 19, 2019

Virginia Tech – Architecture Program:

Professor Susan Piedmont-Palladino, R.A., Director of Virginia Tech’s Washington-Alexandria Architecture Center, had her new book How Drawings Work. A User-Friendly Theory published with Routledge in December 2018. The book is available as a paperback and a hardback.

Professor Dr. Markus Breitschmid, S.I.A. and architect Valerio Olgiati’s new book Non-Referential Architecture, published by Simonett & Baer in 2018, was No.-1-most-sold architecture book on Amazon beginning on July 7, 2018. Due to the book being out-of-print, a new second edition of the original English, as well as German and Italian editions, will appear with Park Books in May 2019. In North America, the new edition will be distributed by The University of Chicago Press. In addition, the leading Dutch architecture journal de Architect has selected Non-Referential Architecture as one of the six best architecture books of 2018 in its “Beste Boeken 2018” list.

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