Are you a budding critic trapped inside an architect's body?
If the answer is yes, or you simply want to have a go writing a pithy, honest review, why not join BD's Book Club.
How does it work?
All you have to do is choose the book you'd like to review from our monthly selection. For a chance to receive a free review copy, email firstname.lastname@example.org saying which book you'd like to review. We will pick one reader per book.
Nicholas Vaughan Roberts on an architect who could produce a set of scaled plans, sections and elevations in a weekend
Simon Carne hopes this book will reach the unconverted, but warns of the perils of fetishising concrete without understanding its pitfalls
From Buckminster Fuller to Adam Kalkin, these important and intriguing structures deserve a more heavyweight assessment than this pocket guide can deliver, says Zac Carey
Balazs Endrodi finds this richly illustrated hardback a pleasure to look at but a little disappointing to read
Paul Lincoln reviews a meditative essay in words and pictures
Book Club: Balazs Endrodi, who grew up in one of the Soviet Union’s ‘nuclear cities’, reviews a new guide to the nation’s last atomgrad
This children’s introduction to architecture will delight adults too, says Gem Barton