Lesly Deschler Canossi and Zoraida Lopez-Diago | Black Matrilineage, Photography, and Representation
In The Sound of Architecture editors Angeliki Sioli and Elisavet Kiourtsoglou demonstrate that sound is a tangible element in the design and staging of atmospheres and that it should become a central part of the spatial explorations of architects, designers, and urban planners.
‘Leaving Spain’ is based on 58 autobiographical narrative interviews with recent Spanish migrants who went to the UK and Germany, and sometimes returned. "Their stories are stories of vulnerability, but also of human resilience and finding creative solutions in times of adversity", explains Mê-Linh Riemann.
Meticulously connecting objects, people and domestic spaces, At Home in Renaissance Bruges introduces the reader to the rich material world of Bruges citizens in the Renaissance, their sensory engagement, their religious practice, the daily activities of men and women, and other social factors. “I was often moved by the 'little stories', which suddenly turned my research population into people of flesh and blood”, says author Julie De Groot.