The series "Lectures of architecture" recalls the word "lecture". Each book is a complete essay of architecture dedicated to a single "modern Italian" masterpiece, to its architect and client. Sharp rules, new, clear and unpublished drawings, bilingual text and a very affordable price are the elements of this winning formula. The texts are in Italian and full English, the format is 21x15 cm. The publisher is interested in studies dealing with modern Italian architecture made by worldwide architects/critics. Please contact us at email@example.com
The aim of the series "International Architecture" is to investigate a single building from all the points of view. Either built or unbilt, the will is to study and communicate the architectural process in a totally new way. We do not use the well known and old archive materials but we totally redesign the masterpieces, giving them a "new light" and a new feeling. There are too many projects not built and too many are only known by the old photoes published in the history books. This Series want to refresh them and help the young architects - as the readers in general - to see them as actual icons of the modern architecture. A simple but complete tale and totally unpublished designs (plans, elevations and perspectives) in an hard cover 22x22 cm book, will drive you in a new architectural experience. The first number of the Series is dedicated to the Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. The second issue deals with the Le Corbusier's hospital in Venice.
The series “Words of Architecture” selects theoretical essays published and unpublished. The scientific commitée selects international essays by important architects and the Ilios Cultural Association buys the translation rights or, if it is unpublished, promotes its publication. The selection of images is intentionally reduced to keep the reader focused on the words of the international scholars who propose their theories. The first issue in english is an unpublished conference held by the Italian architect Ludovico Quaroni in 1967, where he shares his ideas about the role of the "Architect-Urbanist" in the discipline of the town planning.