POG: Recommended Reads on Build Eco Xpo (BEX) Asia


Reviewed on Landscape and Urbanism

Austere Gardens

Reviewed by ASLA’s The Dirt Blog

Austere Gardens

Reviewed by Landscape + Urbanism

Relentless Pursuit of an Architecture

Reviewed by A Daily Dose of Architecture

Jigsaw City

Reviewed by A Daily Dose of Architecture


Featured in Dwell

Bates Masi + Architects

featured in the Best of Year issue of Interior Design Magazine

Bates Masi + Architects

Featured in Interior Design Magazine and in Dwell

Pools: Aquatic Architecture

Reviewed by

Thomas Balsley Uncommon Ground


Coast. Country. Neighbourhood. City. Isthmus.


Landscapes & Gardens

Reviewed by ASLA’s The Dirt Blog

Mongrel Rapture

Winner of Design Observer’s 50 Books, 50 Covers competition


Join Pomeroy Studio, our partners, and peers at the book launch!

Reviews of Clare Design: Works 1980-2015

Reviewed by Architecture Au Magazine, and A Daily Dose of Architecture Blog.

Clare Design Launched to Critical Acclaim in Australia

Early readers are impressed by the graphic design and production values as well as the generous display of the Clares' beguiling architecture.

LA+ WILD Reviewed by Landscape+Urbanism

Jason King of the website Landscape+Urbanism reviewed the inaugural issue of LA+.

FXFOWLE Reviewed by The Architect's Newspaper

Mildred F. Schmertz: "FXFOWLE's monograph gives a fresh perspective on presenting work."

House Designed by Bates Masi Featured in Elle Decor

The July issue of design magazine Elle Decor featured a home by Bates Masi + Architects.

LA+ WILD reviewed by World Landscape Architect

This edition challenges the reader to think about landscape in a broader context that many landscape architects in design practices have little time to explore.

LA+ WILD: "Landscape-Scale Consequences of Nuclear Disasters"

An essay from the inaugural issue of Landscape Architecture Plus, WILD, was excerpted in Archinect's thirty-fifth issue of Screen/Print.

LA+ WILD Reviewed By ASLA Blog The Dirt

The inaugural issue of Landscape Architecture Plus was reviewed in depth by Shannon Leahy on much-loved blog The Dirt, run by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Robb Report: The Real Deal - Face Value

The owners knew what they wanted: something by turns comfortable and glamorous, fit for entertaining more than 100 people every so often and hosting a constant stream of small groups of friends.

Society of Architectural Historians Conference (Chicago)

Held April 16th to the 18th in Chicago, the Society of Architectural Historians Annual Conference was attended by some 750 individuals which included architecture professors, deans, and practicing architects.

Design Within Reach Studio Event: Architect Travis Price

An evening with author and architect Travis Price.

Architects + Artisans: "Building with Mass Timber in the City"

Consider it the White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs for the 21st century. Timber in the City is a new book by Andrew Bernheimer that calls for a re-evaluation of how and why wood is used in construction in America. It’s all about a new phrase in construction: mass timber.

LA+ Launches in New York

PennDesign’s new journal LA+ was launched last week with a glittering party at James Corner Field Operations in New York.

"Nation building" by Peter Parker, featured in A Magazine for RIBA Friends of Architecture

Nation building - 'If he's anywhere, he'd be here,' Nathaniel Kahn said at the end of My Architect, his extraordinary 2003 film about his father...

Words of Compliment!

From Robert G. Hill, Architect, OAA, FRAIC

The Wall Street Journal: Little Getaway Homes

Little Getaway Homes - For homeowners who can have almost anything, virtually nothing may be the greatest luxury in a vacation home.

ArchNewsNow: Delicately Rearranging Intangibles in Public Space: The Art of Rogers Partners Architects+Urban Designers in Learning Through Practice

A new monograph highlights transformative designs by a firm strikingly dedicated to re-enchanting public space. By Norman Weinstein February 12, 2015 Please join me for an imaginative reformulation of architectural history for the sake of discovering new pleasures, architecturally, in public space. Move over, Vitruvius. Make way for Lao Tzu, your Asian forerunner who wrote in his Tao Te Ching, a 6th-century, BC, spiritual, as well as practical guide for living lightly:

SAH/SCC reviews Los Angeles Boulevard & Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Click on the following links to read about these recent books, reviewed by SAHSCC's Newsletter Editor, Julie D. Taylor.

Blue Planet Named Best Building

Huffington Post Rated the Aquarium #7 on its Best of the Year List

Authors on Architecture: LA BLVD

Join Author Doug Suisman for a conversation and book signing on Jan. 31st.


Featured Books

Organic Architecture Beyond Frank Lloyd Wright

Randolph C. Henning


Richard Saul Wurman

A Richard Saul Wurman and Jack Dangermond Publication





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