Taschen’s golden book of the month is, in their words, “an unprecedented architecture encyclopedia.” The A-Z of Modern Architecture is a 2-volume, hardcover immersive experience into the architectural world of modernism. What makes this series different is its focus on the designers as opposed to the structures themselves. The books features works from the present all the way back to the 19th century, which might be seen as a contradiction considering the encyclopedia’s title, but all is forgiven once you dive deep into these beautifully blueprinted works. For about $60 you get 592 pages full of modern designs, designers, and everything architecture. Whether or not you’re an aficionado on the subject, you’ll be able to get a crash course on the structural design world, so if you’re interested get it here.

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