Lund Humphries Publishers Ltd
This book examines the extraordinarily rich and pervasive contribution of emigres arriving from Europe in the 1930s to the visual culture, art education and art-world structures of the UK.
This book argues that a focus on accessibility is key to the successful integration of urban planning and transport planning, as both seek to provide citizens with access to opportunities.
This book sets the iconic building in its historic context, details its its initial development, design and construction, its listing and then critically examines the current scheme and the reimagining of a late 20th Century landmark.
Published to coincide with the bi-centenary of Ruskin's birth, John Ruskin: An Idiosyncratic Dictionary Encompassing his Passions, his Delusions and his Prophecies provides an accessible way into the world of Ruskin and his writing.
The book charts the career of architect David Connor, identifying influences and professional liaisons with partners, collaborators and clients.
Architecture Through Drawing examines architectural drawings as objects which encapsulate complex spatial and cultural ideas.
This book traces the history of the Architectural Association from the end of the second world war until the mid-1960s, when it surrendered its position as the pacemaker in British architectural education in order to safeguard its institutional independence.