Paul Buisson Architecture Library

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The Paul Buisson Architecture Library is a branch of the University of Miami Libraries to support the scholarly research, learning, and teaching needs of U-SoA faculty, students, and alumni.

The Architecture Library houses more than 22,000 books, DVDs, microform materials, and over 80 current architecture-related journals. In addition, library patrons may search the University of Miami Libraries catalog to access the Otto G. Richter, Marine Science, Music, Architecture, and Business, Law and Medical Libraries, which collectively host information resources consisting of more than 3.5 million volumes; 96,000 current serials; more than 700,000 e-resources (books and journals) and approximately 4.1 million microforms. Students and faculty also have access to a growing number of digital image services and collections through the UM Library system.

The Paul Buisson Architecture Library is also home to the Archive of The New Urbanism, an expanding collection of materials relating to New Urbanism theory, writing, and design. The architecture library’s holdings are strong in the areas of Urban Planning and Design, Classical, Latin American, Florida Vernacular, Tropical Architecture, Real Estate and Historic Preservation in support of U-SoA’s degree programs.

The library collection has grown through contributions. The Paul Buisson Architecture Library collections are further enhanced through the generous support of The Henry A. Colina Endowment Fund for the acquisition of architecture research, teaching and learning materials.

Please view the full Architecture Library website here.

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Contacts

Gilda Santana
Head of Architecture Information Resources and Services
gsantana@miami.edu

Elisiene Jean
Senior Library Assistant
ejean@miami.edu

(305) 284-5282