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  1. You will be directed to texts throughout the development of the Module. 

    However, you will find the following list of publications particularly useful.

    Note - See also the Supplimentary Moduel Guide - Architectural History, Theory and Criticism.

  2. Books 9 items
    1. Analysing architecture - Simon Unwin 2014

      Book Essential Reading Online access to eBook available.The library also has physical copies.

    2. Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis - Roger H. Clark, Michael Pause 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Reading Online access to eBook available.The library also has physical copies.

    3. Constructing architecture: materials, processes, structures : a handbook 2013

      Book Recommended Reading Online access available. The library also has physical copies.

    4. A green vitruvius: principles and practice of sustainable architectural design - Vivienne Brophy, J. Owen Lewis 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading Online access available. The library also has physical copies.

    5. Strategies for sustainable architecture - Paola Sassi 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook available. The library also has physical copies.

    6. The architectural drawing course: understand the principles and master the practices - Mo Zell 2008

      Book Recommended Reading The library also has physical copies.

    7. Another eyesight: multi-sensory design in context - Julia Ionides, Peter Howell, Dog Rose Trust 2005

      Book 

    8. The Right to dream - J. A. Underwood, Gaston Bachelard 1971

      Book 

    9. Metric handbook: planning and design data 2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Reading Online access available. The library also has physical copies.

  3. Architectural History, Theory and Criticism submodule 28 items
    This is a minimal reading list suggestion. For writing your essay, you will need to explore more around the topic chosen.
    1. Books 27 items
      essential sources for seminar discussions and essay writing
      1. For Essay 1 item
        1. Image music text - Roland Barthes 1977

          Book Essential Reading Vital reading for your essay. Contains theoretical framework for your own analysis

      2. Post Modernism 10 items
        1. What is post-modernism? - Charles Jencks 1996

          Book Essential Reading essential for essay writing

        2. The post-modern reader - Charles Jencks 1992

          Book Essential Reading Essential for the essay writing

        3. The language of post-modern architecture - Charles Jencks 1991

          Book 

        4. Neo-avant-garde and postmodern: postwar architecture in Britain and beyond - Mark Crinson, Claire Zimmerman c2010

          Book Recommended Reading Andrew Leach's article will help you contextualise the use of term post-modern for the essay.

        5. Architecture today - Charles Jencks 1993

          Book 

        6. The story of post-modernism: five decades of the ironic, iconic and critical in architecture - Charles Jencks 2011

          Book Recommended Reading a very important text, written in an uncomplicated language to complement Charles Jencks's Postmodern Reader.

        7. Theories and manifestoes of contemporary architecture - Charles Jencks, Karl Kropf c2006

          Book Background Reading helpful for the essay task

        8. Irony or, the self-critical opacity of postmodern architecture - Emmanuel Petit 2013

          Book Recommended Reading important source for essay writing

        9. Architecture theory since 1968 - K. Michael Hays 2000

          Book Essential Reading useful to contextualise the understanding of the term postmodern for the essay; one article will be read and discussed during seminars.

        10. An introduction to architectural theory: 1968 to the present - Harry Francis Mallgrave 2011

          Book Essential Reading an essential source for the sub-module. If you wish to buy a book for this submodule, I recommend this source.

      3. Sensory design 13 items
        1. The eyes of the skin: architecture and the senses - Juhani Pallasmaa 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended Reading A section from this book will be read during our sessions. It is worth reading the entire book.

        2. Another eyesight: multi-sensory design in context - Julia Ionides, Peter Howell, Dog Rose Trust 2005

          Book Background Reading good source for essay writing at Cambridge campus .

        3. The embodied image: imagination and imagery in architecture - Juhani Pallasmaa 2011

          Book Background Reading

        4. The poetics of space - Gaston Bachelard, M. Jolas 1994

          Book 

        5. The Right to dream - J. A. Underwood, Gaston Bachelard 1971

          Book 

        6. Synesthetic Design: Handbook for a Multi-Sensory Approach - Michael Haverkamp 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        7. Another eyesight: multi-sensory design in context - Julia Ionides, Peter Howell, Dog Rose Trust 2005

          Book 

        8. Another eyesight: multi-sensory design in context - Julia Ionides, Peter Howell, Dog Rose Trust 2005

          Book 

        9. Synesthetic Design: Handbook for a Multi-Sensory Approach - Michael Haverkamp 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book 

        10. The thinking hand: existential and embodied wisdom in architecture - Juhani Pallasmaa 2009

          Book 

      4. Modernism 2 items
        1. Modern movements in architecture - Charles Jencks 1985

          Book Background Reading helpful for the essay task

        2. Words and buildings: a vocabulary of modern architecture - Adrian Forty 2004

          Book Recommended Reading One chapter, 'History', will be disucssed in the seminar.

      5. Architectural theory 1 item
        1. Thinking about architecture: an introduction to architectural theory - Colin Davies 2011

          Book Background Reading A good reading; will help understand some of the issues related to architectural theory.

    2. Journal Articles 1 item
      1. Postmodern and Late Modern: The Essential Definitions - Charles Jencks 1987

        Article Background Reading

  4. Mitchell's Building Book Series 9 items
    Series spans from 2000 onward - Various authors and book titles included.
    1. Introduction to building - Derek Osbourn 2007

      Book Recommended Reading Fifth edition eBook online access and library copies COMING SOON.

    2. Structure and fabric: Part 1 - Jack Stroud Foster, Roger Greeno 2007-

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook COMING SOON.The library also has physical copies.

    3. Structure and Fabric: Part 2: Part 2 - Jack Stroud Foster, Raymond Harington 2000

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook COMING SOON.The library also has physical copies.

    4. Environment and services - Peter Burberry 1997

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook available.The library also has physical copies.

    5. External components - Michael McEvoy 1994

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook COMING SOON.The library also has physical copies.

    6. Materials - Alan Everett, C M H Barritt 1994

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook available.The library also has physical copies.

    7. Finishes - Yvonne Dean 1996

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook available.The library also has physical copies.

    8. Mitchell's internal components - Alan Blanc 1994 (book)

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook COMING SOON.The library also has physical copies.

    9. Materials technology - Yvonne Dean 1996

      Book Recommended Reading Online access to eBook COMING SOON.The library also has physical copies.

  5. Journals 5 items
    These journal sources are available within the University Library collection and the Architectural Studio (Marconi Building).
    1. Architects' journal.

      Journal Essential Reading Online access available via library login.. The library also has physical copies.

    2. Please note, that there is various access routes provided to the Architects Journal,

      via the Collection (Ground Floor of the University Library here in Chelmsford)

      AJ Digital Access - also provided via an Institutional subscription on AJ Website upon students registration to the to AJ Building Library.

      Please refer to the registration instructions posted on the Library Subject Guide for Architecture and Architectural Technology - see embedded web-link below.

    3. The Architectural review.

      Journal Essential Reading Online access available via Library login. The library also has physical copies.

    4. Architectural design.

      Journal Recommended Reading Online access available via library login. The library also has physical copies.

    5. RIBA journal - Royal Institute of British Architects

      Journal Recommended Reading Available within the Library physical Journals Collection(Ground Floor - Queens Building) plus available within the Architectural Studio (Marconi Building)..

  6. Key Database 1 item
    1. Construction Information Service

      Audio document Essential Reading Students should note that over a Thousand dedicated BRE full-text publications are available via the Construction Information Service database (CIS). Please use CIS to browse by Keyword or search by Series or Document number.

  7. Websites 8 items
    1. AJ Buildings Library - EMAP National Publications

      Audio document Recommended Reading Student registration to the AJ Building Library is required, see Library Subject guide for Architecture for guidance. Description: Images, drawings and data for exemplar projects in British architecture. The AJ Buildings Library is a digital database that showcases hundreds of exemplar projects, most from the last 20 years but including major projects back to 1900. Architects can search for projects by age, cost, architect, building type, footprint, location, and a combination of these. Each project featured in this paid-for digital service has full project data and comprehensive architectural photographs and drawings (plans, elevation, section).

    2. Architects' Journal - Architecture News from the Home of British Architecture

      Journal Recommended Reading Reminder - students can access full content upon registering via the AJ Building Library.

    3. Architectural Review - (The AR) is the world's favourite monthly architecture magazine. Read and enjoyed in over 130 countries it is world renowned for its truly global and inspirational perspective. It is the one magazine in which architects aspire to have their work published.

      Website | Recommended |

    4. bdonline.co.uk

      Website Background Reading Anglia Ruskin University does not provide a subscription to this resource -, Students need to register individually if wishing to access content beyond the free elements.

    5. BRE website

      Website Recommended Reading Students should note that all thousands of dedicated BRE full-text publications are available via the Construction Information Service database (CIS). Please use CIS to browse by Keyword or search by Series or Document number

  8. Additional notes on this reading list 1 item
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      Link to Subject Guides http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/about/libguides.html

      Link to the University Library http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/

      Link to Harvard Referencing guide http://libweb.anglia.ac.uk/referencing/harvard.htm

  9. The embodied image: imagination and imagery in architecture - Juhani Pallasmaa 2011

    Book