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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
Simon Carne is left underwhelmed by this slab-like book-as-building-material