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 email@example.com saying which book you'd like to review. We will pick one reader per book.
Peter Hall looks to Europe in order to address the critical state of urbanism in Britain, says Lionel Eid
Book club review: A-Typical Plan: Projects and Essays on Identity, Flexibility and Atmosphere in the Office
Kuo makes a bold attempt to address how architecture can influence the nature of work today, says David Rushe
Peter Cook’s enthusiasm for imagined realities and unbuilt schemes is irresistible, says Conor McKenna
This collection of essays tracks the interaction of architecture’s literal and metaphorical deaths, says Jon Astbury
Bollack’s book is a timely, critical overview of new insertions to existing buildings, says Alice Haugh
Zac Carey reviews architect John van de Water’s Beijing odyssey
Karandinou’s book asks us to question the limits of architecture in order to embark on a more multi-sensory experience, says Daniel Stilwell
Book Club review: The Life of the British Home: An Architectural History by Edward Denison and Guang Yu Ren
An attempt to chart the development of the British home falls flat
Join BD’s Book Club for a chance to review one of five new titles, covering topics from Alfred Hitchcock’s domestic architecture to the first English language translation of a seminal text by Lina Bo Bardi