Atomespheres by Peter Zumthor has amazed me. Due to the easy reading, clarity and informal language but at the same time explaining with his point of view the complexity about architecture and its atmosphere. Having read it, I have discovered aspects about architecture that I would have never thought, that only with the eyes of a profesional architect can be seen.

It is helpful to have a list of nine parts that should be in arquitectonical atmospheres. Even though it's aproximation to objectivity is close, every architect has it's own points to create an atmosphere. They can be similiar, but also more simple or there may be more points to consider. For example I would add sustainability.

All in all, it's an interesting read to comprehend the atmospheres in Architecture and to be analytical about the small details.