Publications

$95
The Lhasa House is a comprehensive survey
of the architecture of the Tibetan capital,
Lhasa. This book is concerned
with the traditional vernacular architecture,
in the form of the historic Lhasa town
house, as it was built and lived in from the
mid-17th to the mid-20th centuries.
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Written and illustrated by Pimpim de Azevedo, a children's book about a young boy's dream of building a Tibetan house (English/Tibetan).
Drawings and Writings by Fongie Chan about Leh Old Town (English/Ladakhi).
A definitive record of the Jokhang Temple in Lhasa - history, plans and photographs. By Gyurme Dorje, Heather Stoddard, Tashi Tsering, Andre Alexander and others. Published by Thames & Hudson.
65.00
The Temples of Lhasa is a comprehensive survey of historic Buddhist sites in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa. The documented sites span the entire known history of Tibetan Buddhist art and architecture from the 7th to the 21st centuries
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$15
Summary of the history of Mongolian traditional architecture, overview of styles and typologies, survey drawings and conservation report information.
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£19.00
UN Publication on successful poverty-reducing projects chosen from UN-Habitat's database of Best Practice projects, includes a contributing paper by THF. Order from
$12
A series of maps showing the urban development of Lhasa from 1948 to 1998, based on field work in Lhasa and Aufschnaiter 1948.
$1
blockprint on paper, showing the important pilgrim destinations of Lhasa

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$10
A report about Lhasa, its history and recent urban development, and the beginning of the THF project.
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This is the second volume of THF's series of The Old City of Lhasa.

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This plan of central Lhasa shows and names 59 remaining historic structures in the Barkor area.
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$10
Study of the urban changes in Beijing's historic inner city ("Hutong" area) and alternative rehabilitation concepts, in cooperation with Tsinghua University.
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