This is a must have for any architecture book collection. This book not only contains a linear timeline of Peter's work but amazing illustrations as well. This is a great book for an architecture student or anyone interested in theory and discourse. I was happy to (uncover and) discover Peter's personal, yet not so personal, relationship with his architecture. His distance and intimacy with his work leads to a very poetic and original linguistic creation. He is truely one of the most amazing architects; coming from someone as critical as myself, this is a great compliment to a man and his work. Read this book and see how Eisenman's work has progressed, developed, evolved, eroded, and digressed in the last 30 years. When you are done reading this book read this book again.