Columbia Books on Architecture and the City aims to expand the ground of architectural discourse. Bringing together designers, scholars, planners, artists, theorists, and curators, often working outside of the expected formats of their fields, we focus on books that ask urgent questions about what architecture is and what it does. We hope to amplify new voices while reflecting on those who’ve shaped the field in vital ways, and to publish books that think deeply on the implications—whether political, ecological, cultural, or disciplinary—of architecture in its broadest sense.

The imprint’s commitment to print is paired with experiments in digital and hybrid publishing methods. Our monthly journal of critical essays on architecture, the Avery Review, can be found at averyreview.com; our experiment in email-based discourse, Avery Shorts, can be found at averyshorts.com; and our digital reader can be found at arch.columbia.edu/books/reader. For questions and proposals, please contact cbac(at)columbia.edu.

Director of Publications:

James Graham

Managing Editor, CBAC:

Jesse Connuck

Managing Editor, Avery Review:

Isabelle Kirkham–Lewitt

Inquiries:

Office of Publications
Columbia University GSAPP
407 Avery Hall
1172 Amsterdam Avenue
New York NY 10027

+1 (212) 851-5895
cbac(at)columbia.edu

Distributed by:

Columbia University Press

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Other titles in collaboration with:

Lars Müller Publishers
Princeton Architectural Press
ACTAR

Please send book proposals and manuscript submissions to: cbac(at)columbia.edu