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Unpacking My Library: Architects and Their Books (Unpacking My Library Series)
Unpacking My Library: Architects and Their Books (Unpacking My Library Series)
What does a library say about the mind of its owner? How do books map the intellectual interests, curiosities, tastes, and personalities of their readers? What does the collecting of books have in common with the practice of architecture? Unpacking My Library provides an intimate look at the personal libraries of twelve of the world’s leading architects, alongside conversations about the significance of books to their careers and lives.

Photographs of bookshelves—displaying well-loved and rare volumes, eclectic organizational schemes, and the individual touches that make a bookshelf one’s own—provide an evocative glimpse of their owner’s personal life. Each architect also presents a reading list of top ten influential titles, from architectural history to theory to fiction and nonfiction, that serves as a personal philosophy of literature and history, and advice on what every young architect, scholar, and lover of architecture should read.

An inspiring cross-section of notable libraries, this beautiful book celebrates the arts of reading and collecting.

Unpacking My Library: Architects and Their Books features the libraries of:

Stan Allen
Henry Cobb
Liz Diller & Ric Scofidio
Peter Eisenman
Michael Graves
Steven Holl
Toshiko Mori
Michael Sorkin
Bernard Tschumi
Todd Williams & Billie Tsien

Peter Eisenman’s Recommended Titles:

Robert Musil, The Man Without Qualities
Le Corbusier, Vers une Architecture
Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow
Robert Venturi, Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture
Rem Koolhaas, Delirious New York
Jacques Derrida, Of Grammatology
Andrea Palladio, The Four Books on Architecture
Walter Benjamin, Illuminations
James Joyce, Finnegans Wake
William Faulkner, Light in August

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hi, my name is Ryan...
hi, my name is Ryan...
? • ?? •T?e ??м? c?г???cles• ?? • ?? • ???? ...and I’m a full-time single father. This seems to be my claim to fame. So fuck it, I’m going to ride it like a wild stallion all the way to the jackpot. The jackpot in this case is half of you viewing my photos. I’d probably be just another shmack without me riding this babe wave. At least until her breasts start growing. So while we’re on this topic, can someone please tell me why my daughters feet growing faster than a freaking weed? I bought her size 2 shoes not too long ago and she’s already in a size 3. I THOUGHT! Apparently now she needs size 4?! I just purchased three pairs of the size 3 two weeks ago. Per her suggestion! Come on, I’m just a Dad, I don’t know how this shit works. Right? Or do I? I’ve been thinking about this lately. Was I really incapable of measuring the kids shoe IN the shoe store and doing the whole purchase process properly? No, I could of. Honestly, I didn’t even think to do this until I started to write this paragraph. So I didn’t measure her foot to buy my growing child new shoes. Nope. Instead, I relied on my 3rd grader to just tell me. I just plopped one on her, had her gallop around the aisle with 1 shoe on and the other in tow tied by a string. This probably looked like a retard convention to anyone watching. Nope, just my way of trying on the kids shoes. “DOES IT FIT BABE?” “Yes Daddy!” And with that, that’s a wrap for me. Well guess what? Nada. Shoes are too small. The 8 year old was wrong. How peculiar. I don’t rely on the small child’s opinion when purchasing groceries, gasoline, or anything else she tries to help with. And how do I find this out? From her school of course. I had to bring Chloe her lunch she forgot in her car yesterday. This whole scene kind of was prompted by this phone call: Annoyed School Woman: “Hello again Mr. Ward, we have your daughter here again, with no lunch again” Single Dad: “But I gave it to her. She must have left it in the car” Chloe (now on the phone): “Daddy I’m hungry” Annoyed School Woman (in background): “Tell him your toes are coming out of your shoes too and they don’t fit” Single Dad: “Babe… arghgh. I thought you said they fit. We just got them last week?” Chloe: “Please bring my lunch Daddy I’m hungry” ***click*** This after I dropped her off to school 10 minutes late because I overslept. Late to school? Toes coming out of shoes? No Lunch? NO PROBLEM! You know why? I’m just a single Dad. The double standards are in my favor here. I show up with the lunch and the school secretary lady up front has this big smile her face regarding the shoes and lunch. I could tell she was thinking something like this: “Oh, he’s just a dad, he didn’t know any better. Look at him showing up like this, whadda marvelous father and man”. <--- I could see it in her eyes. But am I that marvelous? I could have measured the feet. I could have made sure she grabbed the lunch. I could of got her on time to school. I don’t know why I didn’t do these things. Though lately I’m thinking the reason is this: IT’S NOT EXPECTED OF ME! …because I’m just a Dad. A single dad at that! And by doing this fulltime single dad ordeal, I’m looked at like some kind of extraordinary superman by some. The bar has been lowered so much that it seems just as long as I just merely stay in the kids life and don’t neglect her, the wrong size shoe thing doesn’t matter. But here’s the kicker, ready? Not only are my blunders not perceived as negative as they would for a fulltime single mom. On the contrary my slip-ups are perceived as CUTE. “Oh… look how hard he’s trying. How cute the kids toes not fitting. At least he got her the shoes, how adorable is him kissing her. What an extraordinary hero”. <--- This is the frame of mind for most of you reading this whether you admit it or not. Now mind you, this has less to do with me and the job I’m doing as a father. But more to do with the lack of a job the rest of the fathers in America have done up until this point. So I guess I can have my deadbeat father and all the other deadbeat fucko’s in the world for making me into a superhero. Because if I was a fulltime single mom pulling some of this shit off, I’d be perceived as a fuckup by some. My conclusion: Try harder. Measure the fucking foot, get the kid ON TIME to school, and for fuck sake make sure the damn kid has lunch to eat. Do yer job Daddy-O! Sincerely, Daddy Ward <--- the name I was born with in the eyes of the babe. €?n??м ?ђu ?$
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If it was 1997, I'd be Angela Chase. My So Called Life was a television show starring Claire Danes and Jared Leto. I was too young to have watched it when it was on TV but my best friend bought me the boxed set last Christmas. Even though Rickie was homeless, and Rayanne and Jordan slept together, Angela's life was close to perfect. I'm glad there was never a second season in a way because I can still believe that Angela and Jordan get back together, even though that's probably what would have happened season 2 anyway.... And you know, Conor Oberst is kicking himself in the @$$ right about now for not writing a lyric like "You're so beautiful, it hurts to look at you." And every girl wants their boyfriend to say that... We can really thank this show for introducing Buffalo Tom and the Smashing Pumpkins to the mainstream audience.

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Is My Dog a Wolf?: How Your Pet Compares to Its Wild Cousin
He’s wagging his tail, fetching the Frisbee, and eager to get petted—in short, Fido’s living up to his title as “man’s best friend.” But the domesticated dog’s got a special secret: in many ways, he’s really a lot like a wolf. Using amazing close-up images she shot inside a real wolf lair, as well as museum-quality historical pictures and illustrations, award-winning author and photographer Jenni Bidner compares the pet pup with his wild ancestor. Why did dogs become dogs and wolves stay wolves? Should you ever have a wolf in the house—or a hybrid? And exactly why do dogs like to lick your face? Along the way, Bidner debunks popular myths about wolves and provides a true and fascinating look at their behavior.
In addition to being an accomplished photographer and award-winning author of over a dozen books—including The Kids' Guide to Digital Photography and Dog Heroes—Jenni Bidner is a canine (K9) handler with Illinois-Wisconsin Search & Rescue Dogs. This nonprofit organization assists police and fire departments in locating lost and missing people.