Eric Owen Moss: The New City – I’ll See it When I Believe It

This monograph explores over three decades of buildings that make up the expansive Culver City / Hayden Tract project.

Published by Rizzoli (2016)
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Eric Owen Moss Architects/3585

This book traces the intellectual odyssey of Moss’s forty year career with a comprehensive presentation of the twenty-five year process that led to his recently completed Cactus Tower and Waffle.

Published by Applied Research & Design (2016)
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Coughing up the Moon

A collection of selected lecture introductions by Eric Owen Moss that span the entirety of his career as director of SCI-Arc.

Published by AADCU + SCI-Arc Press (2015)
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I Maestri dell’Architettura: Eric Owen Moss

A number of Eric Owen Moss’ built projects are featured in this 70-page Italian monograph devoted to showcasing work by great contemporary architects.

Published by Hachette (2012)
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Again Who Says?

The sequel to “Who Says What Architecture Is?” collects a series of prosed lecture introductions by Eric Owen Moss at SCI-Arc.

Published by AADCU + SCI-Arc Press (2012)

Construction Manual 1988-2008

A 1,562 page monograph covering design, engineering, fabrication, and construction of 40 projects over the past 20 years.

Published by AADCU (2009)
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Paradigmi Provvisori

Features an array of works including the Wedgewood Holly Complex, the Beehive and the Box. Illustrated by 250 pictures.

Publisher: Marsillio (2007)
Text by Emilia Giorgi

Who Says What Architecture is?

The essays collected represent a running commentary on topics and people encountered in the practice and at SCI-Arc as they intersect with Moss’ interests.

Published by SCI-Arc Press (2007)
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Eric Owen Moss

Part of a series on modern construction, this new monograph covers recent work in Culver City. Written and edited by Luca Rivalta,

published by Edil Stampa (2007)

The Uncertainty of Doing

Features an array of works including the Wedgewood Holly Complex, the Beehive and the Box. Illustrated by 250 pictures.

Published by Skira (2006)
Text by Paola Giaconia
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Buildings and Projects 3

This book considers mostly built work including continuing projects in Los Angeles and Culver City, as well as important international projects in Vienna, Dusseldorf, and St. Petersburg.

Published by Rizzoli (2002)
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Gnostic Architecture

Using the Cineon Kodak building as a starting point, Moss undergoes a personal examination of his ideas on architecture and urban planning.

Published by Monacelli Press (1999)
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Buildings and Projects 2

This volume covers 25 of Moss’ projects from 1990 to 1995 including the Lawson/Westen House and the Ince Theater.

Published by Rizzoli (1996)
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The Box

A series of interviews with Eric Moss and essays from Peter Rowe and Herbert Muschamp discuss the origins and implications of Moss’ design for The Box, a building in Culver City.

Published by Princeton Architectural Press (1996)
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PS: A Building by Eric Owen Moss

A book tracing the development of the Pittard Sullivan Headquarters in Culver City, CA.

Published by Phaidon Press (1996)
Text by James Steele
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Lawson Westen House

This book is part of the ‘Architecture in Detail Technology’ (ADT) series, and documents the Lawson Westen House in Brentwood, CA

Published by Phaidon Press (1995)
Text by James Steele
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Eric Owen Moss

Architectural Monographs No. 29, featuring the work of Eric Owen Moss.

Published by Academic Press (1993)
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Buildings and Projects

This volume covers 26 of Moss’ projects from 1974 to 1990 including the Petal House and the Paramount Laundry Building.

Published by Rizzoli (1991)
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Lindblade Tower & Paramount Laundry

This volume presents a comprehensive look at two of Moss’ earliest projects, and their effect on Culver City

Published by Edition du Demi-cercle (1990)
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