Monthly Archives: July 2011

Scanner Room Renovation & Refurbishment August 2011

The Avery Library scanner room (room 220B) will be closed from the beginning of August through late August (about Aug. 23) for the installation of new flooring–with “green” tiling–and new work stations.

Three scanners will be available for use during this period.  Two scanners  will be re-located across the 200-level main reading room, near from the Reference Desk.  The scanner on the 100-level, by the reading tables, will also continue to be in operation.

Please accept our apologies for this temporary inconvenience while we improve the Library’s space.

 

 

Avery Library New Architecture Journals

Title: An Architektur.
Published: Berlin : An Architektur.

Began in 2002.
Subject heading:
Architecture
Avery location: Avery Classics AB An1
Location: EJOURNALS

Title: Candide : journal for architectural knowledge.
Published: Bielefeld : Transcript.
Began in 2009.
Subject heading:
Architecture-Philosophy

Avery Location: AB C1665

 

 

 

 

Title: CTBUH journal : tall buildings, design, construction and operation.
Published: Chicago, IL : Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.
Began in 2007.
Subject headings:

Tall buildings-Design and construction
Structural design

Avery location: AC C891

Title:Dlle.
Published: Seoul: C3 Publishing.
Began in 2010.
Subject heading:
Landscape architecture
Avery location: AB D649

 

 

 

 

 

Title: Interiors : design, architecture, culture.
Published: Oxford : Berg.
Began in 2010.
Subject headings:
Interior decoration

Interior design
Avery Location: AB In833
Location: EJOURNALS

Title: Journal of cultural heritage.
Published: France: Elsevier.
Began in 2000.
Subject headings:
Cultural property-Protection-Research
Historic sites-Conservation and restoration
Location:
EJOURNALS

Title: Journal of sustainable real estate.
Published: Clemson, SC : American Real Estate Society.
Began in 2009.
Subject headings:
Sustainable buildings

Sustainable development
Sustainable construction
Real estate development
Location: EJOURNALS

 

 

Title: Lexicon : storie e architettura in Sicilia.
Published: Palermo : Ed. Caracol.
Began in 2005.
Subject heading:
Architecture-Italy-Sicily

Avery location: AC L591

Title: Mare internum.
Published: Pisa : Fabrizio Serra.
Began in 2009.
Subject headings:
Mediterranean Region-Antiquities

Avery location: AB M323

 

Title: Monograph.it.
Published: Barcelona : LISt Lab.
Began in 2009.
Subject headings:
Architecture

City planning
Landscape architecture
Avery location: AB M748

 

 

 

 

Title: I palazzi di Roma.
Published: Roma : Iride per il terzo millennio.
Began in 2010.
Subject headings:
Palaces-Italy-Rome
Rome (Italy)-Buildings, structures, etc.
Avery location: AB P168

 

Title: Pidgin.
Published: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University School of Architecture Graduate Studies.
Began in 2006.
Subject headings:
Architecture, Modern-20th century

Architecture, Modern-21st century
Architectural design
Avery location:
Avery Classics AC P592  

 

–by Chris Sala, Architecture Librarian

 

Happy Birthday Inigo Jones

 Happy Birthday to Inigo Jones, 7/15/1573-6/21/1652!

Avery has numerous books in our Classics Collection– one of which is: "The most notable antiquity of Great Britain vulgarly called Stone-heng on Salisbury plain. Restored by Inigo Jones …" Published: London, Printed by James Flesher for Daniel Pakeman and Lawrence Chapman, 1655 : 3 p.l., 109, [1]p. incl. illus., pl. front. (port.) 7 fold. pl. 29 cm

 

 

 

 

 

Portrait of Inigo Jones painted by William Hogarth in 1758 from a 1636 painting by Sir Anthony van Dyk

 

Avery Library Drawing & Archives–Woodlawn Cemetery

 

Woodlawn Cemetery is now a National Historic Landmark! On June 30, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that Woodlawn was one of 14 new national historic landmarks!

 

Cited for its landscape and architectural design, Woodlawn’s application was strengthened by the archival documentation of its monuments, which are now housed in Avery’s Drawings and Archives Woodlawn Cemetery Collection.  See the complete Woodlawn press release.

–by Janet Parks, Curator of Drawing & Archives