Information sources for architecture-related subjects

By Jul.10, 2018

Tracy Breheny

Tracy suggests some architecture-related information sources that you can use.

Studying architecture or an architecture-related subject?  There are lots of sources of information you can use to help with your research.  All of these sources can be accessed via Library Search.

 

Useful books include:

 

Useful reference works include:

Dictionaries

Encyclopaedias

 

Key journals include:

  • Abitare
  • Architect
  • Architecture Today
  • Architectural Review
  • Azure
  • Blueprint
  • Building Engineer
  • Building Magazine
  • Built Environment
  • Construction News
  • Design Intelligence
  • Detail
  • Domus
  • Dwell
  • El Croquis
  • Journal of Architecture
  • Journal of Architecture and Urbanism
  • L’Architecture d’aujourd’hui
  • Mark
  • Metropolis
  • Modulo
  • Urban Design

 

Key databases include: 

More architecture-related resources can be found here.

 

Useful websites include:

RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects)

 

Don’t forget, you will also have your online reading lists which you can consult for more detailed lists of module-related textbooks and other sources of information.

Find out how to use Library Search to find these resources here.

If you need help using any of them, contact your Academic Support Librarian.

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