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In the 1960s and 1970s, a team of leading architects established a new type of collective housing in the London Borough of Camden. In place of tower blocks, they created a high-density, low-rise urbanism, based on a return to streets with front doors. This book examines this programme and shows how it offers important lessons and insights for the
By retracing Frank Lloyd Wright's footsteps on six of his journeys, the author explores the architect's global ambitions and lasting legacy, offering an original and contemporary view of Wright and his architecture. He reflects on Frank Lloyd Wright as an early promoter of globalisation - the first international architect.
Founded in 1990, Brinkworth is an award-winning London-based design studio, working globally in interior and architectural design. The practice has completed over 2000 projects, located in over 80 countries. They have become known for their retail and hospitality work, always with a radical, creative edge.
This useful guide sets out clearly the urban-design process in practice, from initial site analysis through consultation, design development, and design delivery across a range of scales within the built environment.
Provides a grounding for planners and other related professionals in the key concepts associated with conservation and how to apply them in practice.
A reissue in the Frank Lloyd Wright 150th anniversary year of the series of lectures which the celebrated American architect gave in London in 1939 and which outline his core philosophy of 'organic architecture'.