Spatial Sequences and Urban Infrastructure is certainly not everyone's idea of bedtime reading. And it may not make it to Amazon.com's top 10 list of books for 2009. That's OK. See, Swiss Vectorworks users Marco Graber and Thomas Pulver of Graber Pulver Architects have authored a book that is, by its nature, quite niche and specific. The authors, who are both practicing architects and teachers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, tackle the rather complex subject of how they approach architectural design. But they don't stop there: Graber and Pulver focus on the interaction between the practical application of architecture and its methods of instruction. See, it's not bedtime reading at all!
Oh, and Graber and Pulver were recently featured in an exhibition at The Architecture Forum Aedes, one of the active institutions internationally for communicating architectural culture, urban design and similar topics.