A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books (A Daily Dose of Architecture Books from 2019-2021) is written by John Hill, editor-in-chief of the World-Architects Magazine. It is the successor blog to A Daily Dose of Architecture (2004-2018) and A Weekly Dose of Architecture (1999-2014). 

Curious about me, John Hill? My CV is online at LinkedIn; a page on this blog highlights the books and other articles written by me; and I also give architectural walking tours in NYC, with information on those here.

This blog presents reviews of recently published architecture books, typically one a week. How will I know if these are books worth featuring? Like the book reviews I've done for years, the posts will not be blind recommendations; they will be based on firsthand experience with the books, either with print or PDF versions, and will therefore have my commentary. In turn, each post will have a consistent format:
  • Cover image
  • Title, author, publisher, and date of publication
  • Publication details (book size, page count, cover price, etc.)
  • Description from the publisher with link to book page on publisher's website
  • Author bio
  • Referral links
  • Review
  • Spreads and/or images from inside the book
  • A list of books and articles for further reading
As of June 2021, email subscriptions are taking the form of a weekly newsletter sent via Substack. Sign up for the newsletter here and find archives of the newsletter here.

Are you an author or publisher with a book you'd like to see on this blog? Just send me information about your book for consideration — via an email to archidose[at]yahoo[dot]com or by using the contact form at left.

**NOTE: Referral links and links in the book reviews point to websites (Amazon, AbeBooks, Bookshop, etc.) where I may earn a small commission if you buy a book or make other purchases.**

Header image is a photo of a portion of my library.