There are certain publications that capture a unique moment on a certain architectural scene, becoming a must have for your bookshelf. And trust me, Newly Drawn is one of those.
Aalto and Saarinen marked some points along the modern architecture timeline, and now this book presents us the new breed of finnish architects, starting by individualizing each of them on the cover, stating that they are young and with character.
The books is organized by practices, showing recent built and un-built works in detail, with good photos and drawings – something that is always appreciated by architects, but not always accomplished by the publishers.
Some of the works included on this book have been already featured in ArchDaily, such as the The University of Helsinki City Campus Library by Anttinen Oiva arkkitehdit and the Lakeside House by NOW for Architecture and Urbanism.
More details of the book and where to buy it after the break.