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Eero Saarinen: Selected Bibliography

Baglione, Chiara. "Eero Saarinen: Kresge Chapel." Casabella 74 (July 2010): 4-25, 107-109.

Blake, Peter Jost. "S. & E.: The Chairs of Eero Saarinen and Charles Eames." Interior Design 65 (July 1994): 29-30.

Brooks, Bradley C. Miller House and Garden. New York, NY: Assouline, 2011.

Carpenter, Kim. "Cranbrook and the Genesis of American Modernism." Modernism 11 (Winter 2008-09): 44-51.

Carter, Brian. Between Earth and Sky: The Work and Way of Working of Eero Saarinen. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning, 2003.

__________. Kleinhans Music Hall: Buffalo Architecture, Mid-Century Modern / Eliel & Eero Saarinen Kleinhans Music Hall. Buffalo, NY: School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, c2013.

De Long, David Gilson, et al. Eero Saarinen: Buildings from the Balthazar Korab Archive. New York: W. W. Norton; [Washington, D.C.]: In association with the Library of Congress, c2008.

Eero Saarinen: The Architect who saw the Future. American Masters. Prod. and dir. by Peter Rosen. PBS. WNET and Detroit Public Television in association with YLE. DVD. PBS Home Video, 2017.

Fisher, Thomas. "Landmarks: TWA Terminal." Progressive Architecture 73 (May 1992): 96-101.

Gendall, John. "Step Right In: Eero Saarinen's Miller House Welcomes Visitors." Modernism 14 (Summer 2011): 32-43.

Iglesia, Rafael E.J. Eero Saarinen. Buenos Aires: Instituto de Arte Americano e Investigaciones Estetica, 1966.

Knight, Richard, et al. Saarinen's Quest: A Memoir. San Francisco: William Stout Publishers, c2008.

Knowles, Scott G. and Leslie, Stuart W. "Industrial Versailles: Eero Saarinen's Corporate Campuses for GM, IBM, and AT&T." Isis 92 (@001): 1-33.

Lack, Katherine Shana. "TWA Terminal Makes Endangered List." Architecture 92 (August 2003): 13.

Leubkeman, Christopher Hart. "Form Swallows Function." Progressive Architecture 73 (May 1992): 106-109.

Lutz, Brian. Eero Saarinen: Furniture for Everyman. New York: Pointed Leaf Press, c2012.

__________. "Form and Innovation: The Furniture of Eero Saarinen." Modernism 10 (Spring 2007): 78-90.

Makovsky, Paul. "Reconsidering Eero."Metropolis no. 2 (October 2005):134-139, 173.

Marefat, Mina. "Documents Reveal Eero Saarinen's Second World War Secrets." The Architectural Review no. 1365 (November 2010): 22-24.

McAndrew, J. "First Look at the General Motors Technical Center." Art in America 104 (Spring 1956):26-33.

Merkel, Jayne.Eero Saarinen. London: Phaidon, 2005.

__________. "American Moderns: Eero Saarinen and his Circle." Architectural Design 72 (July 2002):26-33.

__________. "Eero Saarinen and the Manufacturing Model." Architectural Design 76, no. 1: 77-83.

Miller, Nancy A. Eero Saarinen on the Frontier of the Future: Building Corporate Image in the American Urban Landscape, 1939-1961. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1999.

Nobel, Philip. "Inside GM's Secret Design Lab: An Eero Saarinen Complex Where the Future is Now." Architectural Digest 57 (October 2000): 128-146.

Oshima, Ken Tadashi. "The Modern House in the Post-War Period, Part 7. Classically Modern: J. Irwin and Xenia Miller House by Eero Saarinen, Columbus, Indiana." A + U: Architecture and Urbanism n. 332 (May 1998): 120-31.

Papademetriou, Peter. "Coming of Age: Eero Saarinen and Modern American Architecture." Perspecta 21 (1984): 116-43.

__________. "TWA's Influence." Progressive Architecture 73 (May 1992): 102-104.

__________. "Eero Saarinen: David S. Ingalls Hockey Rink, Yale University, New Haven, 1956-1959: Intentions in Tension." Casabella 63 (Dec. '99/Jan '00): 86-99, 170-71.

__________. "Eero Saarinen: Pelle Sottile / Eero Saarinen: Thin Skin." Casabella 66 (December 2002/January 2003): 145-153, 178-179.

__________. "The Calculation and the Invention of the Form: Flight of Fantasy." Casabella 65 (December 2001/January 2002): 21-33, 182-184.

Pelkonen, Eeva Liisa, et al. Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future. New Haven: Yale University Press; New York: In association with the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York; Helsinki: The Museum of Finnish Architecture; Washington, D.C.: The National Building Museum; New Haven: Yale University School of Architecture, c2006.

Ringli, Kornel and Koralek, David. Designing TWA: Eero Saarinen's Airport Terminal in New York. Zurich: Park Books, {2015].

Roman, Antonio. Eero Saarinen: An Architecture of Multiplicity. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2003.

Saarinen, Aline, ed. Eero Saarinen on His Work. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1962.

Saarinen, Eero. Campus Planning: The Unique World of the University. Architectural Record 128 (November 1960): 123-130

__________. "Conversations Regarding the Future of Architecture." Print 11 (Feb-Mar 1957): 37-39.

__________. "Six Broad Currents of Modern Architecture." Architectural Forum 99 (July 1953): 110-115.

Serraino, Pierluigi and Gössel, Peter. Eero Saarinen 1910-1961: A Structural Expressionist. Köln; London: Taschen, 2009.

Spade, Rupert. Eero Saarinen. New York: Simon and Shuster, 1971.

Stephens, Suzanne. "TWA's Fight for Flight: What Preserves a Landmark Most?" Architectural Record 189 (Nov. 2001): 63-66.

Stoller, Ezra, ed. The TWA Terminal. New Jersey: Princeton Architectural Press, 1999.

Temko, Allan. Eero Saarinen. New York: George Brazilier Inc., 1962.

Williamson, Leslie. "20th-Century Fox."Dwell 11 (May 2011): 110-119.