Landmarks of Texas Architecture

This richly illustrated book with photographs by Richard Payne documents 20 culturally significant buildings in Texas that range from the 18th century missions in San Antonio to skyscrapers and museums of the late 20th century. The commentaries on these buildings emphasize the cultural forces that shaped their architecture and the impact they have had on creating the character of the state.

Technology, Sustainability, and Cultural Identity

This monograph documents Larry Speck’s ideas and built work over a twenty-year period from 1985 to 2005. It is a heartfelt manifesto documenting his values and beliefs and a visually rich portfolio of his architectural work. Its point is to connect theory and practice and to demonstrate the link between ideas and artifacts.

The University of Texas at Austin (The Campus Guide)

The newest title in Princeton Architectural Press's Campus Guide series takes readers on an architectural tour of the University of Texas at Austin's history from its foundation in 1883 to present-day. Beautifully photographed in full color, along with a selection of rarely seen archival imagery, the guide presents the history of UT-Austin through six architectural walks, revealing the stories…