The Architecture Foundation's Book Week 2023

Fourteen of the best newly published architecture books are presented by their authors.

Book Week


The 2023 Architecture Foundation Book Week features online presentations by the authors of the year’s best architecture books. 

The books included are: 

'Architecture of Counterrevolution: The French Army in Northern Algeria' by Samia Henni

'Africa Modernism: The Architecture of Indepndence' by Manuel Herz

'Modelling the Metropolis' by Matthew Wells

'First Quarter' by John Tuomey

'Gentrification is Inevitable and Other Lies' by Leslie Kern

'Architecture in Islamic Countries' by Helen Thomas 

'Wide Angle View: Architecture as Social Space in the Manplan Series 1969-1970' by Valeria Carullo

'Iconicon: A Journey Around Landmark Buildings of Contemporary Britain' by John Grindrod

'What is Architecture About?' by Pier Paolo Tamburelli 

'On the Street: In-Between Architecture' by Edwin Heathcote (In conversation with Tom Emerson) 

'Paolo Portoghesi: Architecture between History, Politics and Media' by Silvia Micheli and Léa-Catherine Szacka

'Sharing Tokyo: Artifice and the Sharing World' by Mohsen Mostafavi 

'Architect, Verb' by Reinier De Graaf 


Visit the Architecture Foundation Youtube Channel to watch the 2023 Book Week Films