101 Things I Learned® Books for the sophisticated beginner
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"... a priceless primer to architecture students lost in a maze of theory and professional caveat."
 —Architect Magazine
 

Since its publication in 2007, 101 Things I Learned in Architecture School has become one of the most popular architecture books of all time. Praised and embraced by students, professionals, and general readers, 101TILIAS demystifies the confusing aspects of architectural education through a one-lesson-at-a-time format: how to draw a line; the complexities of color theory; the nature of the design process; the purpose of building codes; the cultural forces that shape our buildings; and the structure of effective graphic and oral presentations. Experienced designers and architects turn to the book as well, for thought-provoking inspiration and reminders of the principles that underlie all design endeavors. .


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Matthew Frederick is an architect, urban designer, and educator. He is the creator, editor, and illustrator of the 101 Things I Learned series. He lives in Hudson, New York. 







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