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Main Page

Who Helped With This?

General Websites & Resources on Place

What Should I Read First?

Advanced Search in Research on Place & Space

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Applied Sciences,


Art History,

Animal Science

Cult. Studies,
Media, Race,


Gender, Feminism, Queer Th.

Environment, Env. Ethics,

History, Folklore

Literature, Linguistics


Music, Sound



Planning, Development Urban & Regional Theory

Political Studies,
Area Studies


Religious Studies,

Social Sciences

Virtual Places and Cyberspace, Presence














Place & Specific Places

Genius Loci, Spirit of Place

"A Sense of Place" & related terms





Movement, Speed, Travel, Tourism, Migration, Pilgrimage

Borders, Edges, Liminality

Chorography, Regions



Loss & Decay of Place

Constructed, simulated. fake, hidden,
ideal, imaginary places

Utopias, Dystopias

Platial Anxieties


Globalization, Glocalization





Conferences, Other CFP


On-line Documents A-G

On-line Documents H-P

On-line Documents Q-Z

Centres & Societies

Biblio's & Search Engines

Courses & Programs

Home Pages

Email Lists

Why I did all this

B. Janz: Home Page & Email


Place and Space in Architecture & Monuments

See the "General Bibliography" section below for both clickable on-line papers as well as references to publishers' websites

 Search the "Research on Place and Space" Website

Websites (see below for professional architecture)

  1. Analysing Architecture (supplement for Simon Unwin's book of the same name)
  2. Architectural Resources - architecture related news, books and web resources.
  3. Architecture and Race (Social Identities CFP, deadline January 9, 2004)
  4. Baukultur: Stadtkultur - Lebenskultur (Brandenburgische Kunstsammlungen Cottbus),19-21 November 2003.
  5. Blur Building - Diller & Scofidio.
  6. Canadian Centre for Architecture.
  7. Charles W. Moore Center for the Study of Place.
  8. The Concept of Space - from Embedded: Spaces.
  9. Constructing Place: A conference analysing the processes, the histories, and the impacts of place making - conference, April 2002. With a conference report by Sarah Menin.
  10. Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts - The mission of the Graham Foundation is to nurture and enrich an informed and creative public dialogue concerning architecture and the built environment.
  11. Implosion: Architectural Anthropology.
  12. Keoz.com Architecture portal.
  13. Relational Architecture.
  14. The Joy of Architecture: Conveying Our Spirituality With Our Shelters (Will Trout)
  15. Transgressive Architecture.
  16. Utzon: Nature, Vision and Place (Denmark) August 2003
  17. Vernacular Architecture Forum.
  18. Vitruvius.com - Brazilian site on architecture and urbanism

Home Pages of People in Place Research

  1. Seamon, David.
  2. Worpole, Ken.

Journals and Magazines

  1. Architecture and Behaviour
    1.5 Architecturally, if defining space is making space distinct, does making space distinct define space?

    Bernard Tschumi, "Questions of Space"
  2. Basilisk.
  3. Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory.
  4. Design Issues.
  5. Dwell: At Home in the Modern World.
  6. Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology.
  7. Grey Room.
  8. Harvard Design Magazine.
  9. Journal of Architecture.
  10. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research Also here.
  11. Katarxis: Contemporary New Traditional Architecture and Urbanism.
  12. Nordic Journal of Architectural Research.
  13. Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture.
  14. Places: A Forum of Environmental Design.
  15. Vernacular Architecture News.

On-line Bibliographies & Searches

  1. Changing Attitudes to Time and Space (Nur Ünsalan)
  2. Environment and Planning A, B, C, D Search Page.
  3. Vernacular Architecture Newsletter Bibliography.

Courses and Programs

  1. Analytic Philosophy of Architecture: A Course (Saul Fisher)
  2. The Architecture of Space: Foundations, Construction, Visualization (Karachi, Pakistan)
  3. Domestic Architecture in Islam and the Poetics of Space (Carel Bertram)
  4. Ethics, Memory, and Place-Making (Gregory Caicco)
  5. Mediating Spaces: Architecture as Media, Media Shaping Architecture (Shannon Mattern)
  6. Place and Space.
  7. Qualitative Approaches to Place, Architecture, and Environmental Experience (David Seamon)
  8. Socio-Cultural Themes in Urban Architecture (Cânâ Bilsel, Güven Arif Sargin, Ela Alanyali)

Professional Architecture & Planning

  1. Dover, Kohl, and Partners - town planning
  2. Lucchesi, Galati Architects, Inc. - a firm that takes the interface between architecture and sociology seriously. With links, essays, etc.
  3. Space Syntax - company providing property and design advice to public and private agencies

General Bibliography

Go to work by (this link may not include all work available by this author; use the search engine above for more):

  1. n.a. "Making a Place," Pivot Interiors. http://www.pivotinteriors.com/pdf/Making_a_Place.pdf

  2. Ábalos, Iñaki and Juan Herreros. Tower and Office: From Modernist Theory to Contemporary Practice. MIT Press, 2002.

  3. Achenbach, Gerd. "Bauen Wohnen Nachdenken." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theoryhttp://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/982/Achenbach/achenbach_t.html.

  4. Alexander, Don. "The Resurgence of Place" Alternatives 28:3 (Summer 2002).

  5. Anella, T. "Learning from the Pueblos." In N. Markovich, W. Preiser, & F. Sturm (Eds.), Pueblo Style and Regional Architecture NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1990: 32-49.

  6. Aoki, Keith. "Race, Space, and Place: The Relation Between Architectural Modernism, Post-Modernism, Urban Planning, and Gentrification" Fordham Urban Legal Journal 699 (1993). http://www.law.uoregon.edu/faculty/kaoki/site/articles/racespaceplace.pdf.

  7. Assefa, Enku Mulugeta. Interpreting Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and Alvar Aalto's Villa Mairea Using Karsten Harries' Natural Symbols and Thomas Thiis-Evensen's Architectural Archetypes. Master's Thesis, Dept.f of Architecture, Kansas State University, 2002.

  8. Assefa, Enku Mulugeta. "Inside and Outside in Wright's Fallingwater and Aalto's VIlla Mairea." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 14:2 (Spring 2003): 11-15. http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Assefa.htm.

  9. Baird, George. The Space of Appearance. MIT Press, 1995.
    4.0 Is space the product of historical time?

    Bernard Tschumi, "Questions of Space"
  10. Barbey, G. "Introduction: Towards a Phenomenology of Home." Architecture and Behaviour 5 (1989): 1-10.

  11. Bay, Alfred. "Buildings, Householders, and Reconfiguring Life." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (Winter 1995) http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Bay.htm.

  12. Behnke, Elizabeth. "Field Notes: Lived Place and the 1989 Earthquake in Northern California" Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 1:2 (1990): 10-14.

  13. Bell, Michael Mayerfeld. "The Ghosts of Place." Theory and Society 26:6 (December 1997): 813-836.

  14. Benedikt, Michael L. "Cityspace, Cyberspace, and The Spatiology of Information." http://www.ar.utexas.edu/center/benedikt_articles/cityspace.html

  15. Benjamin, Andrew. Architectural Philosophy. London: The Athlone Press, 2000.

  16. Berman, Marshall. "On Place: Notes from Underground." Harvard Design Magazine 15 (Fall 2001). http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/research/publications/hdm/back/15onplace_berman.html.

  17. Biella, Burkhard. "Ein Denkweg an den anderen Anfang des Wohnens." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/982/Biella/biella_t.html

  18. Bloomer, Kent C. & Charles W. Moore. Body, Memory, and Architecture. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1977.

  19. Bognar, Botond. "A Phenomenological Approach to Architecture and its Teaching in the Design Studio." Seamon, David & Robert Mugerauer, Dwelling, Place, and Environment: Toward a Phenomenology of Person and World. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1985: 183-197.

  20. Bonaiuto, M. & Bonnes, M. "Multiplace analysis of the urban environment: A comparison between a large and a small Italian city." Environment and Behaviour 28 (1996): 699-747.

  21. Borden, Iain, Joe Kerr, Jane Rendell and Alicia Pivaro. The Unknown City: Contesting Architecture and Social Space. MIT Press, 2002.

  22. Borden, Iain. Skateboarding, Space and the City: Architecture and the Body. Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

  23. de Botton, Alain. The Architecture of Happiness. Pantheon, 2006.

  24. Brill, Michael." An Architecture of Peril: Design for a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Carlsbad, New Mexico." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (Fall 1993) http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Brill.htm.

  25. Bullard, John K. "The Speciality of Place," Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 7:3: 72-79.

  26. Busch, Akiko. Geography of Home: Writings About Where We Live. Princeton Architectural Press, 1999.

  27. Burgess, Patricia. "Discovering Hidden Histories: The Identity of Place and Time." Journal of Urban History 26:5 (July 2000): 645-656.

  28. Bürklin Thorsten. "Das Entwerfen ein vorausschauendes Bespielen des architektonischen Raumes." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/991/Buerklin/buerklin.html.

  29. Burns, Carol J., Andrea Kahn, eds.. Site Matters: Design Concepts, Histories, and Strategies. Routledge, 2004.

  30. Burrell, Gibson and Karen Dale. Organisation, Space and Architecture. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

  31. Burton, Joseph. "Philosophical Differences in the Thoughts of Louis I. Kahn and Martin Heidegger." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory 1998:2. http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/eng/Subjects/982/Burton/burton_t.html.

  32. Chase, D. M., C.L. Carlisle and R.H. Becker. "Beyond the Eye of the Beholder." http://www.strom.clemson.edu/publications/the_eye.html

  33. Childress, H. "Place Attachment (edited) by Irwin Altman and Seth Low" in The Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 13:4(Winter 1996): 339-344.
    4.3 If space is neither a social product (an end result) nor a pure category (a starting point), is it an in-between (an intermediary)?

    Bernard Tschumi, "Questions of Space"

  34. Cline, Ann. A Hut of One's Own: Life Outside The Circle of Architecture. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1997.

  35. Coffin, Christie Johnson. "Making Places for Scientists." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 7(4): 38-49.

  36. Colli, Stefano and Raffaella Perrone. Space-Identity-Company: Ephemeral Architecture and Corporate Events. Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili, S. A., 2003.

  37. Colomina, Beatriz, ed. Sexuality and Space. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1992.

  38. Connah, Roger. How Architecture Got Its Hump. MIT Press, 2001.

  39. Cowan, Gregory. "Nomadology in Architecture: Ephemerality, Movement, and Collaboration." http://puffin.curtin.edu.au/~cowan/nomad/

  40. Crowe, Norman. Nature and the Idea of a Man-made World: An Investigation into the Evolutionary Roots of Form and Order in the Built Environment. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1995 (3rd Printing, 1999).

  41. Diller, Elizabeth and Ricard Scofidio. Blur: The Making of Nothing. Harry Abrams Press, 2002.

  42. Dillon, David. The Architecture of O'Neil Ford: Celebrating Place. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999.

  43. Dittmar, Gunter. "Architecture as Dwelling and Building Design as Ontological Act." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory 1998:2. http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/eng/Subjects/982/Dittmar/dittmar_t.html.

  44. Donohoe, Janet. "Dwelling with monuments." Philosophy and Geography 5:2 (August 2002): 235 - 242.

  45. Dovey, Kim. Framing Places: Mediating Power in Built Form. London: Routledge, 1999.

  46. Downing, Frances. Remembrance and The Design of Place. College Station, TX: Texas A&M Press, 2000.

  47. Downs, Kay. Architecture and Transgression. B.A. Thesis, 1999. http://freespace.virgin.net/pinkaboo.100acrewood/showcase/dis/frame_dis.htm.

  48. Doxiadis, Constantinos A. Architectural Space in Ancient Greece. MIT Press, 1977.

  49. Dreyer, Claus. "Zur Ästhetik virtueller Räume." http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/981/Dreyer/dreyer_t.html.

  50. Driscoll, Rosalyn. "The Place of Imagination," Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 7:2: 80-91.

  51. Eldred, Dale. "Place Defined by Time and Light." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 6(4):34-41.

  52. Fellmann, Ferdinand. "Der Ort der Architektur in der Medienwelt." http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/wolke/deu/Themen/961/fellmann/fellmann_t.html.

  53. Fierro, Annette. The Glass State: The Technology of the Spectacle, Paris 19811998. MIT Press, 2002.

  54. Fleming, Ronald Lee. "Questions to Ask a Place." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 6(4): 12-13.

  55. Frampton, Kenneth. "Technology and the Crisis of Place." Architectural Design December 1979.

  56. Frampton, Kenneth. Studies in Tectonic Culture: The Poetics of Construction in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Architecture. MIT Press, 1995.

    1. Korzilius, Lester. "Review of Studies in Tectonic Culture" Oculus (May 1996); Architectural Record (September 1996) http://www.lkorzilius.swinternet.co.uk/pubs/book-rvw/frampton.htm OFFLINE

  57. Frampton, Kenneth, Lynne Rosman, Arthur Spector. Technology, Place, and Architecture: The Jerusalem Seminar. St. Martin's Press, 2001.

  58. Francis, Tammeron. "Place, Land, and Meaning: Lessons for Making Architecture from the Adena-Hopewell." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 8:1: 9-11.

  59. Francis, T. Place, Land and Building: Lessons for the Making of Architecture from the Adena-hopewell. Master's thesis, Department of Architecture, The University of Cincinnati, 1995.

  60. Frick, Mats. "The concept of place in reflections on economy and architecture." http://www.sses.com/public/events/euram/complete_tracks/management_play/frick.pdf.

  61. Friesen, Hans. "Heideggers Architekturtheorie und die Moderne." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/982/Friesen/friesen_t.html.

  62. Führ, Eduard. "'Genius Loci' Phänomen oder Phantom?" Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/982/Fuehr/fuehr_t.html.

  63. Gabrielsson, Catherina. Out of nowhere. http://www.mikaellevin.com/catharina_gabrielsson.html.

  64. Garnham, H. L. Maintaining the spirit of place: A Process for the Preservation of Town Character. Mesa AZ: PDA Publishers Corporation, 1985.

  65. Gieryn, Thomas. "What Buildings Do" Theory and Society 31:1 (February 2001): 35-74.

  66. Gins, Madeline and Arakawa. Architectural Body. University of Alabama Press, 2002.

  67. Goodey, Brian. "The Sense of Place in British Planning: Some Considerations" Man-Environment Systems 4:4(1974): 195-202.

  68. Graumann, C. F. "Towards a Phenomenology of Being at Home." Architecture and Behaviour 5 (1989): 117-126.

  69. Greenfield, Adam. "Memento Mori." http://www.v-2.org/displayArticle.php?article_num=491.

  70. Groat, Linda, ed. Giving Places Meaning. London: Academic Press, 1995.

  71. Grosz, Elizabeth. Architecture from the Outside: Essays on Virtual and Real Space. MIT Press, 2001.

  72. Günes, Tülay. "Transportable buildings and context: the case of Israeli settlements in the West Bank" http://www.polarinertia.com/july05/israeli01.htm.

  73. Hahn, Achim. "Über das Beschreiben der Wohndinge." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/972/Hahn/hahn_t.html.

  74. Harbison, Robert. Eccentric Spaces. Boston: Godine, 1988. Reissued as Eccentric Spaces. MIT Press, 2000.

  75. Harbison, Robert. The Built, the Unbuilt, and the Unbuildable: In Pursuit of Architectural Meaning. MIT Press, 1991.

  76. Harbison, Robert. Thirteen Ways: Theoretical Investigations in Architecture. MIT Press, 1998.

  77. Harries, Karsten. "Thoughts on a Non-arbitrary Architecture." In D. Seamon (Ed.), Dwelling, Seeing and Designing: Toward a Phenomenological Ecology. Albany, New York: SUNY Press, 1993: 41-59.

  78. Harries, Karsten. The Ethical Function of Architecture. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1997.

  79. Harries, Karsten. "In Search of Home." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory 1998:2. http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/eng/Subjects/982/Harries/harries_t.html.

  80. Harries, Karsten. Comments on Four Papers, ACSA Annual Meetings, 1991 Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (Fall 1991) http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Harries91.htm.

  81. Hassenpflug, Dieter. "Atopias: The Challenge of Imagineering." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory 1998:1. http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/eng/Subjects/981/Hassenpflug/hassenpflug_t.html.

  82. Hagmann, Stephen Anand. The Place of the In-Between. M. Arch. Thesis. http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-042399-202654/unrestricted/thesis.pdf.

  83. Helphand, Benjamin R. "Cairns: "Teaching a Stone to Speak"" Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (Winter 1999) http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/cairns.htm.

  84. Hester, R., Jr. "Sacred Structures and Everyday Life: a Return to Manteo, North Carolina." In D. Seamon (Ed.), Dwelling, Seeing and Designing: Toward a Phenomenological Ecology. Albany, New York: SUNY Press, 1993: 271-297.

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  86. Hillier, Bill. Space is the Machine: A Configurational Theory of Architecture. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, 1999.

    1. Seamon, David. "Review of Bill Hillier, Space is the Machine." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 14:3 (Fall 2003): 6-8.

  87. Hollier, Denis. Against Architecture: The Writings of Georges Bataille. Translated by Betsy Wing. MIT Press, 1990.

  88. Huyssen, Anders. "After the War: Berlin as Palimsest." Harvard Design Magazine 10 (Winter/Spring 2000). http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/research/publications/hdm/back_issues/10onplace_huyssen.html.

  89. Hyde, Mary Morris. Local Sentiments in Urban Neighborhoods: Multilevel Models of Sense of Community and Attachment to Place. Dissertation. University of Maryland, Baltimore County,1998.

  90. Jackson, J. B. A Sense of Place, A Sense of Time. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994.

  91. Jacobs, Ned. "Changing the World by Saving Place" Alternatives 28:3 (Summer 2002). Abstract

  92. Jager, Bernd. "Body, House, and City: The Intertwinings of Embodiment, Inhabitation and Civilization." Seamon, David & Robert Mugerauer, Dwelling, Place, and Environment: Toward a Phenomenology of Person and World. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1985: 215-225.

  93. James, Geoffrey Abbott. Cross-Cultural Exchange and the Infinite Place. M. Arch. Thesis. http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/theses/available/etd-71597-191524/unrestricted/geo.pdf.

  94. Judin, Hilton, Ivan Vladislavic, eds. Blank: Architecture, Apartheid and After. NAI Publishers, 1999.

  95. Karatani, Kojin, ed. Architecture as Metaphor: Language, Number, Money. Translated by Sabu Kohso. MIT Press, 1995.

  96. Kelbaugh, Douglas. "Critical Regionalism, An Architecture of Place" Common Place: Toward Neighbourhood and Regional Design. University of Washington Press, 1997.

  97. Kent, Susan. Domestic Architecture and the Use of Space. Cambridge University Press, 1993.

  98. Kerber, Bernhard. "Kunstraum und Lebensraum." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/wolke/deu/Themen/961/kerber/kerber_t.html.

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  102. Korzilius, Lester. "Medieval Castles and their Meaning." http://www.lesterkorzilius.com/pubs/ma/pdf/med.pdf.

  103. Krell, David Farrell. Archeticture: Ecstasies of Space, Time, and the Human Body. Albany: SUNY Press, 1995.

  104. Kuhlmann, Dörte. "Der Geist des (W)ortes." Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory http://www.theo.tu-cottbus.de/Wolke/deu/Themen/982/Kuhlmann/kuhlmann_t.html.

  105. Kwinter, Sanford. Architectures of Time: Toward a Theory of the Event in Modernist Culture. MIT Press, 2002.

  106. D. Lasansky, Brian McLaren. Architecture and Tourism: Perception, Performance and Place. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

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  108. Lawson, Bryan. The language of space. Oxford; Boston: Architectural Press, 2001.

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  110. Leach, Neil. The Anaesthetics of Architecture. MIT Press, 1999.

  111. Leatherbarrow, David. Uncommon Ground: Architecture, Technology, and Topography. MIT Press, 2002.

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  115. Luebbers, Leslie Laird. Place, Time and the Art of Architecture: The Education of Charles W. Moore. Dissertation. New York University, 2001.

  116. Lynch, Kevin. "The Waste of Place." Places: A Forum of Environmental Design 6(2): 10-23.

  117. Mead, Christopher Curtis. The Architecture of Bart Prince: A Pragmatics of Place. W. W. Norton, 1999.

  118. Menser, Michael. "Becoming-Heterarch: On Technocultural Theory, Minor Science, and the Production of Space." Aronowitz, Stanley, Martinsons, Barbara, & Menser, Michael (Eds), Technoscience and Cyberculture. New York, NY: Routledge, 1996: 293-316.

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  125. Mugerauer, Robert. Interpretations on Behalf of Place: Environmental Displacements and Alternative Responses. Albany: SUNY Press, 1994.

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