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Sunday30 August 2015

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 elizabeth.hopkirk@ubm.com saying which book you'd like to review. We will pick one reader per book.

Enric Miralles book cover

Book Club review: Enric Miralles from Left to Right

24 August 2015

This intimate portrait reveals an architect grounded in reality, says Daniel Parker

van eyck cover

New titles to review in BD's summer architecture book club

18 August 2015

Join BD’s Book Club for a chance to review one of nine new titles

Forty Ways to Think about Architecture book cover

Book Club review: Forty Ways to Think about Architecture

17 August 2015

Gem Barton finds much to chew over in this timeless book

Model of Tonkin Liu's Shi Ling Bridge

Book Club review: The Evolution of Shell Lace Structure

13 August 2015

This readable book explores one practice’s ingenious approach to efficient structural design, says Matthew Shanley

Architectural Modelmaking book cover

Book Club review: Architectural Modelmaking

10 August 2015

This generously illustrated guide shows models remain an important part of the design process, says Richard Timmins

Michael Wilford Selected Projects book cover

Book Club review: Michael Wilford - Selected Buildings and Projects

21 July 2015

This detailed monograph focuses a critical eye on the breezy renders produced for so many projects, writes Benjamin Machin

San Cataldo from Melancholy and Architecture

Book Club review: Melancholy and Architecture - On Aldo Rossi

8 July 2015

This scholarly book breaks the recent silence on an important architect who was overlooked by Britain

Book Club review cover: The Fabric of Place

Book Club review: The Fabric of Place

11 June 2015

This survey of the work of Allies & Morrison is less monograph and more urban design primer, writes Kieran Gallagher

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