Frederick Gibberd 9781848022737

15 Nov 2017
10441557
10441557

Howell Killick Partridge and Amis 9781848022751

15 Jun 2017
10484241
10484241

Robert Maguire & Keith Murray 9781859461655

5 Mar 2012
Famous for pursuing the intellectual and architectural toughness of the New Brutalism with the humanity and warmth of the Scandinavian tradition, Maguire & Murray completely rethought the design of churches and reinvented the typology of student accommodation. The book is richly illustrated with drawings from the office archive and new photographs.
9920641
9920641

Ahrends, Burton and Koralek 9781859461662

15 Apr 2012
Ahrends, Burton and Koralek (ABK) was established in London in 1961 by three young AA graduates, Peter Ahrends, Richard Burton and Paul Koralek. By the 1970s, ABK was known as one of the most creative and versatile of Britain’s younger practices.
9910510
9910510

Ryder and Yates 9781859462669

30 Apr 2009
Comprehensive account of the outstanding work of Ryder and Yates. Structured by building type the book reveals the principles of design particular to their architectural practice. Illustrated with images from the Ryder and Yates archive.
9920642
9920642

Powell & Moya 9781859463031

30 Apr 2009
A comprehensive study of one of Britain’s most significant post-war architectural practices. Structured by building type the book reveals the principles of design particular to Powell & Moya. Illustrated with images from their archive plus new photography.
9920640
9920640

McMorran & Whitby 9781859463208

31 Oct 2009
McMorran & Whitby are arguably one of the most unsung practices of post-war British architecture. This is the first major publication on their work and contains a combination of contemporary photography and previously unpublished archival material.
9920638
9920638

John Madin 9781859463673

1 Mar 2011
John Madin was the indisputable master of post-war architecture in Birmingham. Lavishly illustrated with images from Madin’s personal archive and stunning new photography, this book is an essential read for architects, students, architectural historians and modernist enthusiasts.
9920636
9920636

Leonard Manasseh & Partners 9781859463680

31 Dec 2010
Leonard Manasseh was one of the leading British architects of the 1960s, designing private houses and offices as well as major public commissions. Lavishly illustrated with images from Manasseh’s private archive and stunning new photography, this book is an essential read for architects, students and enthusiasts for modernism.
9920637
9920637

Chamberlin, Powell and Bon 9781859463970

30 Nov 2011
The Barbican is one of London’s landmarks and Britain’s largest listed building, yet its architects, Chamberlin, Powell and Bon (CPB), are little known today. Little of their archive survives, but detective work has revealed a complex story about three determined characters and a surprising variety of fascinating architecture.
9920635
9920635

Stephen Dykes Bower 9781859463987

20 Dec 2011
Stephen Dykes Bower (1902-1993) was unique among twentieth century British architects as a sincere practitioner of Gothic design during the post-war period. This book has been commissioned as part of a series of books on Twentieth Century Architects by RIBA Publishing, English Heritage and The Twentieth Century Society.
9920643
9920643

Wells Coates 9781859464373

15 Jul 2012
The architect-engineer Wells Wintemute Coates (1895-1958, as a designer of products, interiors and buildings, developed a new formal and spatial language of design which worked to shape and influence the path British modernism would take both during the 1930s and after the war.
9920633
9920633
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