Bibliography on Building Deaths

  • Buildings Must Die, Stephen Cairn, Jane M Jacobs
  • Suzzane Preston Blier, ‘The Anatomy of Architecture: Ontology and Metaphor in Batammaliba Architectural Expression’
  • Filarete and Francesco di Giorgio (Renaissance period)
    Kruft, Hanno-Walter, 1994, A History of Architectural Theory
  • Alan Berger, Drosscape, 2006
  • Victor Hugo, Notre-Dame de Paris
  • Hollier, Denis, 1989, Against Architecture
  • Bataille, Georges, 1995, Enclycopaedia Acephalica
  • Morris, William, 1888 (1902), The Revival of Handicraft
  • Mumford, Lewis, 1931, Sticks and Stones: A Study of American Architecture and Civilization
  • Robben, Antonius, 2004, Death and Anthropology
  • Claud Bernard, 1876
  • Antoine Picon, 2000, Anxious Landscapes: From the Ruin to Rust
  • Keller Easterling, 2000, Subtraction
  • Cedric Price, 1966
  • Kevin Lynch, Wasting Away, 1990
  • Michael Thompson, 1979, Rubbish Theory: The Creation and Destruction of Value
  • Edward Hollis, The Secret Lives of Buildings (2009)
  • David Harvey, Justice, Nature and the Geography of Difference, 1996
  • Bruno Latour, Albena Yaneva, ‘Give me a Gun and I will Make All Buildings Move’: An Ant’s View of Architecture
  • Delueze
  • Jane Bennett, Vibrant Matter:  A Political Ecology of Things
  • Bandarin, Francesco and Van Oers, Ron, 2012, Historic Urban Landscape: Managing Heritage in an Urban Century
  • Architectural Design Magazine – Timed