2017 Holiday Gift Books

This year I'm highlighting 33 books by the same number of publishers, arranged alphabetically by publisher – from A+A to Zone. Titles and covers link to Amazon for easy gift-buying.

A+A Books
Álvaro Siza Architectural Guide: Built Projects
Edited by Maria Melo, Michel Toussaint

By Interboro Partners

Caruso St. John Architects, Javier Mozas, Aurora Fernández Per

By Edgar Stach

Black Dog & Leventhal
Bridges: A History of the World's Most Spectacular Spans
By Judith Dupré

Edited by Andrew Goodhouse

Frame Publishers
By Julien De Smedt, Julien Lanoo

Harvard University Press
By Reinier de Graaf

Hatje Cantz
Álvaro Siza: Neighbourhood: Where Alvaro Meets Aldo
Edited by Roberto Cremascoli, Nuno Grande

Images Publishing
By Krueck + Sexton Architects

Island Press
By John Cary

Edited by Eduard Kögel

Lars Müller
OfficeUS Manual
Edited by Eva Franch,‎ Ana Miljački,‎ Carlos Minguez Carrasco, Jacob Reidel,‎ Ashley Schafer

Laurence King
By Colin Davies

Lund Humphries
By Mark Swenarton

McClelland & Stewart
By Patricia McHugh and Alex Bozikovic

The MIT Press
Learning from Las Vegas (facsimile edition)
By Robert Venturi,‎ Denise Scott Brown,‎ Steven Izenour

The Monacelli Press
By Amale Andraos, Dan Wood

The Museum of Modern Art
Edited by Barry Bergdoll, Jennifer Gray

ORO Editions
By Ken Yeang

Park Books
SOS Brutalism: A Global Survey
Edited by Oliver Elser, Philip Kurz, Peter Cachola Schmal

By Phaidon Editors

By John Hill (yes, me)

Princeton Architectural Press
By Ian Volner

Zurich Housing Development 1995–2015
Edited by Heinz Wirz, Christoph Wieser

RIBA Publishing
By Terry Farrell,‎ Adam Nathaniel Furman

By Thom Mayne and the Now Institute

By John Hill (yes, me again)

Spector Books
Frei Otto: Thinking by Modeling
Edited by Georg Vrachliotis, Joachim Kleinmanns, Martin Kunz, Philip Kunz

University of Minnesota Press
By Victor Gruen, edited and translated by Anette Baldauf

W. W. Norton
By Kenneth Breisch

Yale University Press
By Dale Allen Gyure

Zone Books
Forensic Architecture: Violence at the Threshold of Detectability
By Eyal Weizman