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This book offers insights into the influences and inspiration behind Collett-Zarzycki's work, into their unique collaborative working practices and ability to work across a range of forms and scales.
Based on extensive research, this book provides a synthetic overview that brings together the main themes of Japanese and Western architecture since 1850 and shows that neither could exist in its present state without the other.
Eight illustrated case studies, four post-war and four contemporary, show how these public spaces came about, why they succeeded or failed, and why their success matters.
The book charts the career of architect David Connor, identifying influences and professional liaisons with partners, collaborators and clients.
Security, Resilience and Planning offers key concept and practical guidance about the role of planners in countering terrorist risk, using a range of international case studies.
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.
By examining the studios and studio-houses used by British artists between 1900 and 1940, this book reveals the ways in which artists used architecture - occupying and adapting Victorian studios and commissioning new ones - and, in doing so, shows them coming to terms with the past, and in the process, inventing different modes of being modern.
Planning is central to ensuring children and young people live in safe, secure places, that they are included and can be active. This book provides a range of international case studies, both planning-led and other more general examples which have relevance for planners and planning, which illustrate good practice.
Arts & Crafts Churches provides a definitive guide to 735 of the finest Arts & Crafts churches in Britain, including detailed descriptions of 175