"Book Review Quest" (1960-1990)
© Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization
"Book Review Quest" (1960 -1990) is the thirteenth initiative of the Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization founded by architect and Design Researcher Pappal Suneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and write about Architecture and allied fields from a critical perspective.
A 'Review’ is putting forward a personal perspective on any book, article, film, event, or product. Reviews allow you to initiate a conversation on the related topics with the writer and with other readers. You can offer agreement or disagreement and identify where you find the work exemplary or deficient in its knowledge, judgments, or organization. You can clearly state your opinion on the work which can be a very short description or a “BLURB” in about 500 -1000 words.
The Books chosen for this quest are time framed in the era of 1960 – 1990. Let’s start new conversations, dialogues, and discussions on some of the famous books and give our readers' minds food for thought within.
Book Library for the Quest (The year mentioned here, is the first edition publication, you may read and explore the quest via any updated edition as well)
The Image OfThe City, Kevin A. Lynch, 1960
Theory And Design InThe First Machine Age - Reyner Banham, 1960
The Death And Life Of Great American Cities, Jane Jacobs, 1961
The Architecture OfThe City -Aldo Rossi, 1966
Robert Venturi: Complexity And Contradiction In Architecture, 1966
Design Of Cities, Edmund Bacon, 1967
Lateral Thinking: Creativity Step By Step, Edward De Bono, 1970
Life Between Buildings, Jan Gehl, 1971
A Pattern Language - Christopher Alexander, 1977
Modern Architecture, Kenneth Frampton, 1980
The Social Life Of Small Urban Spaces, William H. Whyte, 1980
From Bauhaus To Our House, Tom Wolfe, 1981
India Discovered, John Keay, 1981
The Barefoot Architect: A Handbook For Green Building, Johan Van Lengen, 1981
The Design Of Everyday Things, Don Norman, 1988
Pappal Suneja, Design Researcher & Architect, Germany
Pallavi Anil Thorve, Architect & Editorial Associate, AJC
Winning Prizes for the Quest shall be an anthology and a personally curated set of architecture and design books. Three winning entries, that is one citation and two special mention awards shall be announced for the quest.
Besides this, all the entrants shall be sent E-Certificates of participation.
The submission window for Series opens on 29th December 2020 – 28th February 2021 (11:59 pm IST/8:29 pm CEST)
There is no prior registration needed for the same. Entries to be directly emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org as per guidelines mentioned above.
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