Posted on: 14-03-2017
We’re delighted to follow up our previous post to announce that the National Urban Design Awards 2017 took place in central London on March 2 where it was announced that the winner of Book Award category was Ruby Press for Housing Cairo: The Informal Response.
Posted on: 27-02-2017
We are very happy to announce that Housing Cairo: The Informal Response by Marc Angélil and Charlotte Malterre-Barthes in collaboration with Something Fantastic and CLUSTER has been shortlisted for the Book Award at the 2017 National Urban Design Awards.
Posted on: 16-01-2017
On the occasion of our latest publication Infrastructure Space we invite you to join us for lectures and discussion, drinks and snacks. Friday Jan 20th, 6:30 pm at ANCB, Christinenstr. 18-19, Berlin.
Posted on: 20-12-2016
Another big box arrived at our office, inside: Giraffes, Telegraphs, and Hero of Alexandria – Urban Design by Narration , edited by Sabine Müller and Andreas Quednau from Berlin office SMAQ. With a poster showing a selection of the beautiful playful pneumatic inventions of Hero of Alexandria, Greek mathematician and engineer born in 10AD.
Posted on: 14-12-2016
The third volume of the series revisits the ideas of the Polish architect Oskar Hansen (1922-2005) on “open forms,” or architectural forms that allow for completion through the user. Editors Rainer Hehl and Ludwig Engel this time look at Japan and ask what lessons the performative dimension of architecture prevalent in traditional and contemporary japanese architecture have for the modern Western architect?
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Posted on: 19-10-2016
This year is a good one for Ruby Press. First our Architecture Reading Aid Ahmedabad was awarded one of the most beautiful books in Germany by the Stiftung Buchkunst, and now Housing Cairo: The Informal Response, has been selected as one of ten books to receive the Architectural Book Award 2016.
Posted on: 13-10-2016
Early this year Ruby Press published Housing Cairo: The Informal Response by Marc Angélil and Charlotte Malterre- Barthes in collaboration with Something Fantastic and CLUSTER, which explores the architecture of informality in the Egyptian capital. Since it was published, research from the book has been shown at Arc En Rêve-Centre d’Architecture in Bordeaux and the Venice Architecture Biennale. Now seems a fitting time then to reflect upon Housing Cairo and its investigations and world-architects.com have just published a review of the book.
Posted on: 22-09-2016
Sep 8th 2016, Frankfurt Main. RUBY PRESS were at Die Schönesten Deutschen Bücher (Most Beautiful German Book) awards 2016, having been nominated for our Architecture Reading Aid Ahmedabad.
The jury, which included publishers, production experts, designers and academics from the likes of Hatje Cantz, Gestalten, and Kohlibri, said of the book in their report, “This small, soft cover, perfect for your back pocket, has no fear of crumpled corners […] Masterpieces of modern architecture by Corbusier or Doshi are on an equal footing with temporary installations such as street temples and
Posted on: 18-08-2016
Has watching the Olympics made you curious about Brazil and its architecture? Then be sure to check out the interview with longtime Ruby Press collaborators Marc Angélil and Rainer Hehl in the newest issue of the Swiss architecture magazine MODULØR.