Academic Library

The core mission of the Academic Library is to support pedagogical process and artistic and scientific works of pedagogical staff, academy students and users from other educational institutions with publications and information.

New books

2G No. 73: Studio Anne Holtrop. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2016
2G No. 73: Studio Anne Holtrop. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2016.
2G No. 74: Harquitectes. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2016
2G No. 74: Harquitectes. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2016.
2G No. 77: Arrow Frick. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2018
2G No. 77: Arrow Frick. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2018.
2G No. 78: Junya Ishigami. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2019
2G No. 78: Junya Ishigami. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2019.
2G No. 79: Muoto. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2019
2G No. 79: Muoto. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2019.
2G No. 80: fala. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2019
2G No. 80: fala. Londýn: Koenig Books Publishing, 2019.
AMO Koolhaas, Rem Countryside: A Report. Kolín: Taschen, 2020
AMO Koolhaas, Rem Countryside: A Report. Kolín: Taschen, 2020.
Av Monographs 221: Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Madrid: Avisa, 2020
Av Monographs 221: Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Madrid: Avisa, 2020.
Hanakata, Naomi C. Tokyo: An Urban Portrait Berlín: Jovis, 2020
Hanakata, Naomi C. Tokyo: An Urban Portrait Berlín: Jovis, 2020.
Ishigami, Junya Freeing Architecture. Paríž: Fondation Cartier Pour L´Art Contemporain, 2018
Ishigami, Junya Freeing Architecture. Paríž: Fondation Cartier Pour L´Art Contemporain, 2018.
Lopez-Pineiro, Sergio A Glossary of Urban Voids. Berlín: Jovis, 2020
Lopez-Pineiro, Sergio A Glossary of Urban Voids. Berlín: Jovis, 2020.
OMA: Architektur und Baudetails/ Architecture and Construction Details. Mníchov: Detail, 2019
OMA: Architektur und Baudetails/ Architecture and Construction Details. Mníchov: Detail, 2019.
Pawlyn Michael Biomimicry in Architecture. Londýn: RIBA Publishing, 2020
Pawlyn Michael Biomimicry in Architecture. Londýn: RIBA Publishing, 2020.

The acquisition was supported from public funds by the Art Support Fund.