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Spots in Shots

> Shows the versatility and potential of short architecture films
> Based on scientific research

Spots in Shots
Objectief Nederland

> Includes all of the 416 photos from 1974 and 2017 and lots of cartographic material
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Objectief Nederland
Jean Cocteau

>The first major retrospective about the work of Jean Cocteau in the Netherlands
> Exhibition at the

Jean Cocteau
Handboek Projectontwikkeling

> Een onmisbaar handboek voor iedereen die het terrein van projectontwikkeling wil doorgronden
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Handboek Projectontwikkeling
Theory of Type Design

> First comprehensive theory of type design
> A must have for every designer
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Theory of Type Design
Jewellery Matters

> LAST COPIES!!> International Symposium ‘Jewellery Matters – Context and Material Research’, 16

Jewellery Matters
DASH Van woning naar woning

> DASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing) is a thematic journal devoted to residential design

DASH Van woning naar woning
Viktor&Rolf Special Edition

> Limited and numbered edition box set
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> custom box with passepartout &

Viktor&Rolf Special Edition
Viktor & Rolf Modekunstenaars

> Magnificent colouring book in the exclusive Viktor&Rolf style

> For all fashion, colour and animal

Viktor & Rolf Modekunstenaars
Viktor&Rolf

> extended edition published for the exhibition Viktor&Rolf: Fashion Artists 25 Years held at

Viktor&Rolf
1600-1700 Dutch Golden Age

> New, updated overview of the Rijksmuseum’s collection of seventeenthcentury masterpieces
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1600-1700 Dutch Golden Age
Architectuur in Nederland

> 31st edition of the international showcase for Dutch architecture
> Every year the world of

Architectuur in Nederland
Too Big

> Climate change is a simultaneous threat to our planet and to our neighborhoods. President Obama

Too Big
  • The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)
  • The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)
  • The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)
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The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)

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Where do I belong when everything is moving?

> Read Ania Molenda’s review on ArchiNed
> The visual experience of Charles’ book brings the urgent issues facing our cities alive. This ground breaking book is essential reading. - Martin Parr, photographer
> The Civic City is perceptive, important and clearly written. - Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky
> Utterly timely. Charles takes on the some of the most urgent subjects of our time, using imagery to tell a powerful story. - Carol Coletta Senior fellow with the Kresge Foundation and formerly Vice-President of the Knight Foundation
> Charles Landry, the inventor of the Creative City concept and author of The Art of City Making
> Watch Charles Landry for TYPO Talks

We are in the midst of redesigning the world and all its systems as we witness the biggest mass movement of people, goods, factories, frenzied finance and ideas in history. Vast flows make the new norm nomadic. Yet there is a yearning for belonging, distinctiveness and identity as the ‘anytime, anyplace, anywhere’ phenomenon enabled by digitization is changing how we interact with space, place and time.

Old certainties are crumbling and systems are breaking at escalating speed. Apprehension is in the air as we invent a different kind of city. This is the Civic City. It tries to find a pathway through the major faultlines, dilemmas and potentials of our time – shared lives, inequality, environmental distress and urban vitality. This is a place where we reinvent anchorage, an urban commons, connection, but also possibility and inspiration.

In this new ground-breaking book, the inventor of the Creative City concept helps us navigate the evolving urban landscapes and its potential.

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ISBN 978-94-6208-388-2 | 1. edition | October 2017 | available | Charles Landry | design: Hills Design | photography: Charles Landry | English | paperback | 17 x 24 cm | 288 pages | illustrated (150 full color)

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