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Located in the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture building, the Architecture Library supports the diverse undergraduate and graduate curricular, and research needs of the professional degree programs in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, and Sustainability in the Urban Environment. The scope of the collection consists of well-defined materials related to New York City architecture and city planning. Subjects include architectural criticism, architectural history, building types, urban planning, technology (with an emphasis on sustainable green building), and other directly related fields. The onsite print collection exceeds 37,000 volumes, including books, journals, and subscriptions to approximately 65 serials.