New York, New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1977. Hardcover. Gray cloth boards, silver DJ with bw illus., 424pp., 513 bw illustrations, including 192 diagrams, floor plans and reconstructions. A large and heavy book. From the DJ: Professor Hoag uncovers the underlying unity of Islamic architecture while thoroughly examining its vast sphere of influence.
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Cambridge, MA: The Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture, 1989. Softbound. Blue illusytrated wraps. liv, 353 pp. Copious illustrations, a few in color. An indispensible reference work, and scarce.
Hamilton: The Bermuda Book Stoor, 1962, circa. Hardcover. Black cloth, blue DJ. 400 pp. Several bw ills.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1949. Hardcover. Navy cloth with gilt lettering. 469 pp. Profuse bw ills. Study and history of lattice work. Includes chapters on literary sources, techniques, and classification index. Explores over 26 classifications of lattice and provides many illustrations.
Lima: Fondo Editorial del Congreso del Peru, 2001. Softcover. Red ill. wraps. xviii, 418 pp. Numerous bw and color plates. Text in Spanish.
Switzerland: Delpire Editeur, 1965. Hardcover. White ill. boards. 162 pp. Profuse color and bw plates. Text in French. Gorgeous illustrations of many Indian temple architectural details.
NY: MoMA, 1943. Hardcover. Black cloth. 198 pp. 1 color, numerous bw plates. Text in Spanish and English. Photographs by G.E. Kidder Smith.
New York: Routledge, 1986. Hardcover. Black cloth, green ill. DJ. 192 pp. 71 bw plates, 42 bw figs. Study in vernacular architecture covering the Middle East and North Africa and particularly concentrating on the interaction between religion and society and building practice and city planning (from DJ).
Upper Saddle River: NJ, 2002. Hardcover. Red/gold pictorial boards. xvii, 558 pp. Numerous bw plates. This comprehensive history of architecture covers the Oriental traditions of Japan and China, the cultures of antiquity-Egypt , Greece, and Rome, the period of the Middle Ages, including early Christian, Byzantine, Islamic, Romanesque, and Gothic...
NY: Rizzoli International Publications, 1980. Softcover. Blue wraps. 200 pp. Numerous bw & color wplates. The author analyzes for the first time the defining aspects of post-modern style and discusses in a series of essays the work of its leading exponents in Europe, America and Japan.
New York, New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1974. Hardcover. Gray cloth boards, silver DJ with bw illus., 415 pp., 525 bw illustrations, including 179 diagrams and reconstructions. Covers seven thousand years of architecture. From the DJ: it was the regions stretching toward the eastern Mediterranean or bordering it directly that...
NY: Universe Books, 1961. First American Edition. Hardcover. Grey cloth. 224 pp. 447 bw plates. Part of the series, Documents of Modern Architecture, edited by Jürgen Joedicke.
NY: American Institute for Persian Art and Archaeology, No date. Hardcover. Burgundy cloth. 25 pp. 18 bw plates.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1964. Softbound. BW illustrated wraps. Unpaginated, profusely illustrated in bw. A wonderful overviews with classic illustrations.
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008. Hardbound. Green cloth with gold lettering; photographic dj with white lettering; 262 pp. with 27 color plates and 98 bw figures, plus additional illustrations. Islamic gardens began from the pracical need to organize the surrounding space of human civilization, tame nature, enhance the earth's...
Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto University, 1967. Hardcover. Slate blue cloth. viii, 131 pp. Numerous bw plates. Text in Japanese and English. An extensive survey of two different cave sites in Afghanistan, complete with 11 fold-out sections of site-maps and plans and dozens of photos. An interesting and unusual book, especially in...
NY: Rizzoli International Publications, 1986. Redesigned Paperback Edition. Softcover. White wraps. 427 pp. 48 color, 688 bw plates. Offers an in-depth analysis of societal forces shaping the the landscape of modern architecture throughout Europe and the United States.
Milan, Italy: Electa Architecture, 2005. Hardcover. Black cloth over boards; Color pictorial dj.; 161 pp.; Profusely illustrated in bw and color. An overview of projects by Australian architect Sean Godsell; Includes a chronology of works and biography, as well as an essay by Leon van Schalk; Well illustrated.
Polgasovita: Sri Lanka, 1998. Softcover. Pictorial wraps. 55 pp. 92 color and bw plates.