Alphabetical order of authors Sort descending

Anderson, Benedict: Imagined Communities – Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, Verso, London, 4th ed, 1987 (1983).

Bognár Botond (szerk.): Contemporary Hungarian Architecture (23 Architects). A+U Kenchiku to Toshi, Tokyo, no. 234 March 1990, 7101. o.

Bognár Botond: Ödön Lechner and Aladár Árkay: Secession Architecture in Hungary. A+U Kenchiku to Toshi, Tokyo, April 1978, 41–54. o.

Bognár Botond: Regionalism within the New Directions of Hungarian Architecture. A+U Kenchiku to Toshi, Tokyo, no.234 March 1990, 102–126. o.

Bodor Ferenc: Debreczeni László (1903–1986). Pavilon, Office for the Preservation of National Monuments, Budapest, 1990, 2–3., 39–40. o.

Buder, Stanley: Visionaries and Planners: The Garden City Movement and the Modern Community. Oxford University Press, New York, 1990.

Cooper, Jackie (szerk.): Mackintosh Architecture – The Com- plete Buildings and Selected Projects. Academy Editions, London – New York, 1984 (1977

Dercsényi Dezső: Romanesque Architecture in Hungary. Magyar Helikon, Budapest, 1975.

Dvorszky Hedvig (szerk.): Hungarian Organic Architecture, Venice Biennale 1991. Catalogue, Palace of Exhibitions, Budapest, 1991.

Eri Gyöngyi – O. Jobbágyi Zsuzsa: The Golden Age: Art and Life in Hungary 1896–1914. Corvina, Budapest, 1990.

Fabó Beáta – Anthony Gall: Károly Kós. The early years 1907–1914. Budapest Főváros Levéltára, 2014.

Fishman, Robert: Urban Utopias in the Twentieth Century Ebenezer Howard, Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier. Basic Books, New York, 1977.

Gall, Anthony: The Workshop of Károly Kós. Mundus Kiadó, Budapest, 2002.

Geretsegger, Heinz – Peintner, Max: Otto Wagner 1841– 1918: The Expanding City – The Beginning of Modern Architecture. trans. Gerald Omn. Pall Mall Press, London,1970.

Holan, Jerri: Norwegion Wood – A Tradition of Building. Rizzoli International Publications, New York, 1990.

Howard, Ebenezer: Garden Cities of Tomorrow. (1898), Faber & Faber, London, 1946.

MacMillan, Andy: GA–Charles Rennie Mackintosh, The Glascow School of Art, Glascow, Scotland, Great Britain, 1897–99, 1907–09. A.D.A. Edita, Tokyo, 1979.

McFadyen, Dugald: Sir Ebenezer Howard and the Town Planning Movement. M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1970.

McLeod, Robert: Charles Rennie Mackintosh–Architect and Artist. (1968) William Collins, London & Glascow, revised ed. 1984.

Moorhouse, Jonathon – Carapetian, Michael–Ahtola- Moorhouse, Leena: Helsinki Jugengstil Architecture 1895– 1915. Otava, Helsinki, 1987.

Naylor, Gillian: The Arts and Crafts Movement. Trefoil Publications, London, 1990.

Paulsson, Thomas: Scandinavian Architecture Buildings and Society in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden from the Iron Age until Today. Leonard Hill, London, 1958.

Quantrill, Malcolm: Alvar Aalto – A Critical Study. Secker & Warburg, London, 1983.

Sármány-Parsons, Ilona: The Influence of the British Arts and Crafts Movement in Budapest and Vienna. Acta Historia Artium, Tomus XXXIII, 1987–8., 179–198. o.

Sekler, Eduard: Josef Hoffman – The Architectural Work. Princeton University Press, Princeton New Jersey, 1985.

Sembach, Klaus-Jurgen: Art Nouveau – Utopia: Reconciling the Irreconcilable. Benedikt Taschen, Cologne, 1991.

Szabadi, Judit: Art Nouveau in Hungary. Corvina, Budapest, 1989.