Since its launch in 2000, design professionals have come to rely on the Almanac for industry information, historical data, and day-to-day reference.
The sixth edition of the Almanac of Architecture & Design (James P. Cramer and Jennifer Evans Yankopolus, editors) will be off the press in November. Since its launch in 2000, design professionals have come to rely on the Almanac for industry information, historical data, and day-to-day reference.
Included among the 700+ pages are ideas, essays, speeches and theory. Read what design leaders are saying about their successes and vision of the future. Trace the trends in specific building types, or expand your knowledge of benchmark events in the history of the profession. The Almanac is your key to what is happening in the design world. Highlights include: recent winners of more than 100 national and international award programs; rankings of the world’s tallest buildings, best skylines and most popular buildings; more than 35 entries specifically for current and prospective design students; chapters devoted exclusively to sustainable design and historic preservation; award-winning essays and notable speeches from the past year; historical timelines for “green” design, planning, historic preservation and women in architecture; guides to design bookstores, museums, organizations, journals and magazines; and obituaries of design leaders and patrons from the prior year.
DI subscribers receive one free copy, and a 20 percent discount off the $49.50 cover price on additional copies.