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About Architecture Design & Practice Online

Perfect for the student and professional designer, the Architecture Design & Practice Online collection includes over 200 key titles, in partnership with Taylor and Francis, focusing on studio design and professional practice.

From sketching and digital design to sustainability, historic preservation and urban design, this must-have resource for the study of applied design and architectural practice covers a broad range of subjects essential for the professional architect.

Previously featured on our award-winning Bloomsbury Architecture Library platform, this standalone collection boasts a wealth of in-depth design guidance and technical detail, now available on the Bloomsbury Visual Arts hub

Features and benefits include:

  • Up-to-date peer-reviewed content
  • A wealth of case studies and technical drawings
  • Over 15,000 images right to the designer's fingertips

This collection is available via subscription or perpetual access and free institutional trials are available. For more information, please contact us.

Forthcoming architecture collections to the Bloomsbury Visual Arts Hub:

Global Encyclopedia of Women in Architecture (2024)

Filling a major gap in architectural historiography - the first authoritative reference to women architects and their work, and to key terms for gender and feminism in architecture. With over 1,000 entries and 600 images, covering 135 countries, all fully cross-searchable and browsable by theme, online and exclusive to the platform.

Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World 2nd edition (2024)

Exclusive to the platform, the definitive resource for the study of the world’s vernacular and traditional building cultures. The second edition of this classic work will present a major development in the field, its expanded scope capturing two decades of concerted effort to document and understand the world’s fast-disappearing traditional and vernacular building cultures.

It will feature 3,000 illustrated entries written by the world’s leading scholars of vernacular architecture and material culture, all fully cross-searchable and browsable by theme.