BRUCE MAU AUTHORSHIP
The most powerful articulation of the concepts and ideas at the foundation of Bruce’s life work is manifested in Massive Change. Presented first as a book and then as an exhibition that charted the beauty and complexity of our interconnected world, Massive Change posed the question, “now that we can do anything, what will we do?” Bruce’s own design work and writings represent his hard work to explore and answer that question.
THE THIRD TEACHER
Co-authored with OWP/P Architects and VS Furniture, the nationally and internationally recognized The Third Teacher presents a compendium of ways that design can transform teaching and learning for students, families and teachers to thrive in tomorrow’s world.
An insight into the creative process of designer Bruce Mau, edited by Kyo Maclear with Bart Testa, Life Style offers a compendium of Mau's essays, observations, anecdotes, and project documentation that embodies his unique world view and belief that form and content are inseparable.
Created in collaboration with architect Rem Koolhaas, S,M,L,XL explores a new kind of time that is closest to cinematic sequencing in its effects on the reader. The book's title is also its framework: projects and essays arranged according to scale. This accumulation of words and images illuminates the condition of architecture today — its splendors and miseries — exploring and revealing the corrosive impact of politics, context, the economy, globalization — the world.
David Rockwell and Bruce Mau take readers on a visual tour of far-flung and fleeting, beautiful and bizarre spectacles that galvanize crowds of people and, if only for a brief moment, forge a bond among strangers and create an instant community. Also included are 20 interviews with influential cultural figures, including art critic Dave Hickey, film director John Waters, theater director Julie Taymor, and architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown, among others.
CHANGE DESIGN: CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ARCHITECTURE AS THE ULTIMATE BUSINESS TOOL
Filled with interviews, essays, methodologies, metrics and project case studies, Change Design provides a road map for business leaders and designers alike to build transformative, effective and competitive organizations.
24HRS2 MASSIVE CHANGE
An unpublished design handbook for Bruce Mau’s 24 design principles.
Published in collaboration with Luminato on the occasion of an exhibition at Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto