Publication catalogue - Reading Room

Publication catalogue – Reading Room


Here you can browse by theme the more than 70 publications from over 25 countries, in the form of books, magazines, fanzines, independent publications and experimental formats that make up the Reading Room installation.

City and people

  • Homy, Coliving, Cohabiter – Bond Society (2018) – Christelle Gautreau, Stéphanie Morio
  • Informal rooting. An open Atlas (2020) – Alessandro Tessari
  • After Belonging: The Objects, Spaces, and Territories of the Ways We Stay in Transit (2016) – Multiple authors. Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco, Ignacio G. Galán,Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Alejandra Navarrete Llopis, and Marina Otero Verzier (ed.) 
  • Co-Machines: Mobile Disruptive Architecture (2018) – Dan Dorocic, Mimi Zeiger, Kim Dovey, Alan Smart, Nick Green, Fiona Shipwright, Michael Maginness, Alison Hugill, Diane Barbé, Benni Foerster- Baldenius, Carole Lung, Sam Carvalho 
  • Pemba: Spontaneous Living Spaces (2020) – Corinna Del Bianco
  • Architectures from informal tourism. Playful living in nature (2020) – Xavier Martín Tost, Anna Martínez Duran
  • Panteon (2019) – Warehouse of Architecture and Research (ed.)
  • CONDOMINY (2020) – Cristina Pancini, Paola Gaggiotti, casatibuonsante architects. Texts by Andrea Ferrari, Maura Massimino, Elena Pagani Bagliacca, Laura Veneroni, Cristina Pancini, Antonio Buonsante, Federico Casati, Paola Gaggiotti 
  • Alerta Mira-sol (2020) – Blanca Munt
  • Tools for the activation of local ecosystems oriented to practice (2020) – MARES MADRID (coordinated by VIC)
  • VUOTO (2020) – orizzontale (issue 1), orizzontale + guests (issue 2)
  • Doing it Together – cooperation tools for the city co-governance (2019) – Laura Sobral
  • Architecture and ‘pessimism’ (2020) – Pedro Levi Bismarck. Ana Catarina Costa, Paulo AM Monteiro, Pedro Levi Bismarck (ed.) 
  • Urbanisms of remittances, (Re)productive houses in Dispersion (2017) – Diego Barajas and Camilo García. Research by Husos (Marta Correal, Camilo García, Diego Barajas, Maria García Isaza), with Petra Sebova,  Natasa Lakkou, Louise Morice, Sergio Reyes and Cristina Jiménez. 
  • Rethinking the Periphery (2017—20) – Ioar Cabodevilla Antoñana, Itxaso Iturrioz Zuluaga, Xabi Urroz Zabalza, Salomé Wackernagel. Orekari Estudio & Enter This (ed.) 
  • Landscape for Architects (2020) – Anika Neubauer, Gabriele G. Kiefer
  • In Between, the urban architecture of Donna van Milligen Bielke (2019) – Hans Ibelings, Kirsten Hannema. Donna van Milligen Bielke, Hans Ibelings and Matthew Leander Kalil (ed.) 
  • EYESORE (2015—) – EYESORE
  • ARDETH – Architectural Design Theory (2017—) – Multiple authors. Dana Cuff, Jeremy Till, Andrès Jaque, Albena Yaneva (Guest curators)
  • Madrid interior (2015) – Asier Rua
  • Fisura (2018) – Ignacio Vleming
  • Pli 06 – Minimal & Maximal (2020) – Various
  • Un diverso paradigma di accoglienza (2019) – Simona Riboni
  • Rotunda (1–3) (2018—) – Dennis Hankvist, Malin Heyman and more
  • Dulwich Pavilion (2020) – Dingle Price and Alex Gore. Essays by Job Floris & Sumayya Vally. Photographs by Sophie Roycroft 
  • Moment, Movement, Crumble Magazine #5 (2020) – Multiple authors. Felix Wilson, Abrisham Ahmadzadeh, Aaron Chan, Ben Hair Olivia Hingley, Kitty O’Loan, Oriana Jopling, Eve Rodgers, Joanna Hobbs, Tamar Lang, Karolina Krajcikova (ed.) 
  • ADATO Architecture and Medicine (2017) – Anna Valentiny, Eleni Palles, Nikolas Ettel, Jérôme Becker
  • INSTITUTO – Yearbook’19 (2020) – COCI studio, Colectivos Pláka, Dédalo, Frederico Vicente, Ibiye Camp, Izabel Barboni, Joana Azevedo, João Gameiro, José Guerra, José Lobo Almeida, Marina Otero Verzier, Miguel Januário, oitoo, Paulo Moreira, Paulo Palma, Still I Rise, Teresa Justo Santos. Paulo Moreira (ed.) 
  • T3xture Issue 4: The Edge of Edge (2014—) – Various. Randy Sovich, Craig Purcell, and Lynda Burke (ed.)
  • Urban makers. Actions, practices and process for an urban remake (2016) – Luca Vandini
  • GRAM (2017—) – Editions QNDMC
  • Vesper. Journal of Architecture, Arts & Theory (2019) – Multiple authors
  • Light Infrastructures (2020) – Kruti Shah, Sebastian Trujillo
  • Rebel Bodies Rebel Cities (2021) – Víctor Cano Ciborro, Mansi Shah
  • PICCOLO MANUALE SUL FITORIMEDIO (Brief Handbook of Phytoremediation) (2016) – Anna Merci, Laura Mazzei, Nicola Di Croce. Tutored by Raul Pantaleo. In collaboration with Luca Marchiol and Guido Fellet 
  • CO-OP City: Future Collective Domestic (2019—20) – Multiple authors. Malin Heyman, James Hamilton, Alejandra Navarrete Llopis (ed.)
  • Does Effective Planning Really Exist? (2018) – Christiano Lepratti, Paola Alfaro D ́Alençon
  • -ism architecture magazine (2019—) – Various. Aoife Nolan, Alissar Riachi, Kristina Enberg (ed.)
  • Buoyant Clarity, Pamphlet Architecture 36 (2018) – Christopher Michael Meyer, Shawna Michelle Meyer, Daniel Hemmendinger. Simone Kaplan-Senchak and Nolan Boomer (ed.) 
  • Upstairs New York: An Infovisual Projection on the City’s Future Roofscape (2020) – Eventually Made (Vincent Meyer Madaus & Sebastian Bernardy)
  • Next New Talented Generation of European Architects and Designers (2020) – Christian Narkiewicz-Laine, Ioannis Karalias,Konstadina Geladakis,
  • Interior Realms (2021) – Multiple authors
  • Funding the Cooperative City: Community Finance and the Economy of Civic Spaces – Multiple authors
  • Ruta001 and Ruta002. Recorridos por el patrimonio industrial de Carabanchel (2020) – Sálvora Feliz and Juan Tur
  • La Mappa dell’Abbandono (the Map of Abandonment) (2018) – Giacomo Zaganelli
  • A Casa e o Mundo (2018) – Multiple authors
  • CITYWORDS (2018—) – MICROSCAPE architecture urban design AA (Patrizia Pisaniello & Saverio Pisaniello)
  • Womanizing New York (2020) – Tatiana Poggi
  • INK 36 (2019—) – Matteo Blandford, Francesca Bova , Carlotta Franco , Lemonot , Orizzontale, Lapo Binazzi, Marco Brizzi, Roberto Zancan, Rita Elvira Adamo, Eleonora Causin , Ian Bugarin , Luca Pitasi 
  • A Guide For Creating A Playable City (2020) – Ryan Swanson
  • Momentum IV: On Authorship (2020) – Multiple authors
  • Not Just Sorry but Thanks (2020) – Superviser: Emilio Brandao Cruz; Examiner: Marco Adelfio
  • City of Permanent Temporarity Incomplete & Unfinished (2019) – ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles], Elma van Boxel & Kristian Koreman
  • Re:public (2015) – Emma Jones, Ivan Himanen, Michael Hirschbichler, Paniz Musawi, Darko Šeparović, Saša Šimpraga, Alen Žunić. TEN (ed.)

City and responsibility

  • Genes, Robots, and Toxicity: the Haunted Landscapes of Milk Production (2020) – Víctor Muñoz Sanz
  • Beyond the Port City. The Condition of Portuality and the Threshold Concept (2020) – Beatrice Moretti
  • Foresturbia – Manual for a landscaped city (2015) – The Empire – Office U67
  • Virtuous situations from the industrial past and s ome ideas for the ‘Climatic Metropolis’ to come (2019) – CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism & Maxime Delvaux
  • Monkey Factor – small stories for a reconciliation with nature (2018) – Angelo Renna. Contributors by Andrea Branzi, Thijs de Zeeuw, Mark Goddard and Davay Gupta
  • Steel Cities, The Architecture of Logistics in Central and Eastern Europe (2020) – Multiple authors. Kateřina Frejlachová, Miroslav Pazdera, Tadeáš Říha, Martin Špičák (ed.)
  • SUPERDOMESTICO (2018—) – casatibuonsante architects with Raumplan, Parasite 2.0, Fosbury Architecture, Fala Atelier, Elii, Ayr
  • Weak Monument, Architectures Beyond the Plinth (2018) – Laura Linsi, Roland Reemaa, and Tadeáš Ríha (ed.)
  • Chez Etym. (2017—20) – Multiple authors. Samuel Stair and Lily Eire Parsons (ed.)
  • Pnyx (2015—19) – Multiple authors. Adolfo Del Valle and Oskar Johanson (ed.)
  • Porto Brutalista (2019) – Ben Highmore, Tiago Lopes Dias, Alexandra Areia and Pedro Treno
  • Re-Sustain’ magazine 1 (2019) – Multiple authors
  • Other Glories. Proposal for the renaturalization of Barcelona (2016) – Multiple authors
  • Momentum III: Limited Frameworks (2019) – Multiple authors
  • Quality, Control (2019) – Jack Cooper and Luka Enstrom-Gibb with Guillermo Fernández- Abascal
  • The Urbanism of Exception / Whatever Architectur, ARQDOCS (2015) – Camillo Boano
  • Documentary Architecture / Dissidence through Architecture, ARQDOCS (2015) – Ines Weizman
  • Histories of Things that don’t Happen and Shouldn’t Always Work / World City Doubles, ARQDOCS (2015) – Keller Easterling
  • Beyond the Echo Chamber (2019) – Multiple authors
  • Massive, ARQ magazine # 98 (2016) – Multiple authors. Francisco Díaz (ed.)
  • Freedom, ARQ magazine # 101 (2016) – Multiple authors. Francisco Díaz (ed.)
  • Ecology, ARQ magazine # 103 (2016) – Multiple authors. Francisco Díaz (ed.)
  • Domestic Boundaries (2018) – Flavio Martella, Maria Vittoria Tesei, Marco Enia, Aida Navarro, Maria de Miguel Pastor, Ruben López, Jaime Sanz
  • Fantasmapedia (2016) – abeirst (Jérémie Dussault-Lefebvre & Sébastien Roy)
  • Multiplo, transformation in design (2019) – Matteo Giustozzi, Alessandro Mason
  • Space in-between (2020) – rotative studio (Alexandra Sonnemans and Caterina Viguera)
  • CAVES – L Latitude Logbook (2020) – Andrea Aragone, Davide Cauciello, Marco Ranzato
  • About Local and Rural. A metabolic approach to the management of Garraf Natural Park (2020) – Carlos Bergillos Soler, David Camacho Abad, Genís Garcia Borràs
  • Visualising Waste – L Latitude Logbook (2019) – Andrea Aragone, Andrea Bortolotti (ed.)
  • Uztonia (2018) – Office U67
  • Norway Talks – Interviews on Norwegian Landscape Architecture (2020) – Alessio Valmori (de Gayardon Bureau) with Colm O’Brien, Kjersti Bjerke Hagen, Markus Schwai, Lena Dänzer Vanotti, Betina Heraldsen

City and image 

  • Concrete and Ink: Storytelling and the Future of Architecture (2021) – Multiple authors
  • Architecture Is Just a Pretext (2019) – CARNETS
  • BERLIN MAPS (2021) – FAKT (Jonas Tratz, Sebastian Felix Ernst)
  • City Beyond Architecture (2020) – Alessandro Martinelli, et al.
  • Sanatorium of Memory: memorial for Jewish Community in Otwock (2020) – Agnieszka Kolacinska
  • Rotunda (2018—) – Dennis Hankvist (ed.), Malin Heyman (text), Architects (projects)
  • Nuevos Formatos Nuevos Imaginarios (2020) – Multiple authors
  • Selling Bricks and exposing architectural avant-garde (2019) – Antonio Giráldez López and Pablo Ibáñez Ferrera, text by HJ Darger
  • Milano Event City (2020) – Lorenzo de Pascale e Loris Luigi Perillo
  • Los usos de la decoración (2020) – Nicholas Korody
  • KSTR 103 – WESTGATE OFFICE CENTER (2021) – Jona Caspar Bähr
  • SAINTSCAPES (2019) – Claudio Beorchia
  • The city in the image (2018) – Davide Tommaso Ferrando
  • Tokyo Iconic Metabolizing (2017) – Manuel Bouzas
  • Le Biennali Invisibili (2021) – Animali Domestici (Alicia Lazzaroni and Antonio Bernacchi), Tijn van de Wijdeven, and Eduardo Cassina
  • SCARTO (2018—) – filoferro architetti (authors); For each issue, several authors are invited to write 
  • PRE_IMAGINARIOS2020 Official Catalog (2020) – Manuel García-Lechuz, Isabel Sebastián, Felipe Sancho, Clara Dobón, Antonio Clemente
  • Embodying Otherness (2021) – Multiple authors
  • X RW FW (2020) – Philippe Nathan, 2001
  • Cities, Like Dreams (2021) – Hamzah Al Asadulloh
  • Plan Libre (2002—) – Multiple authors
  • MAJA Autumn 2019: Author (2019) – Multiple authors
  • HipoTesis BlockBuster II (2019) – Multiple authors
  • ACCATTONE magazine (2014) – Multiple authors
  • Tokyo Iconic Metabolizing (2017) – Manuel Bouzas, supervised by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto
  • A case study in creating new territorial mental images: Reveling heritage landscapes in Kortrijk (2021) – Elena Falomo (digital designer), Emilie Froelich (Architect), and Jadd Hallaj (Architect)

City and technology

  • Configurational Morphology (2020) – Jaka Korla
  • Geoscape: City as New Nature (2021) – Alper Derinbogaz
  • Learning to Live Together: Humans, Cars, and Kerbs in Solidarity (2021) – Guillermo Fernández-Abascal and Urtzi Grau
  • Más allá de lo humano (2018) – Multiple authors
  • Towards a Cartography of Mapping Wavelengths and Frequencies (2019—) – Helga Tawil Souri (Introduction)
  • OFFICINA* (2017—) – Multiple authors
  • Winter Cities: Towards Data Driven Design In Northern Climates (2021) – Ranee Leung, Preetika Balasubramanian, and Michelle Blom