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From Agit-prop to Free Space The Architecture of Cedric Price
ISBN: PB: 9781904772521, Artifice, May 2007
288 pp., 18x25 cm, colour and black&white illus.
Cedric Price was one of the most visionary architects of the late twentieth century, taking a playful, interactive approach to his projects that was wholly lateral and completely unconventional. He dealt with variable structures; creating works invol...
PB: £29,95
Place and Home The Search for Better Housing/PRP Architects
ISBN: HB: 9781904772668, Artifice, February 2007
288 pp., 23x28 cm, colour and black&white illus.
PRP is one of the most successful housing practices in the world. Peter Phippen, Peter Randall and David Parkes founded the practice in 1963, and since then have moved forward from their Modernist beginnings, evidenced in the post-Second World War ho...
HB: £34,95
Other Tradition of Modern Architecture The Uncompleted Project
ISBN: PB: 9781904772620, Artifice, January 2007
192 pp., 17x21 cm, 210 black&white illus.
This revised edition of an essential work by Colin St. John Wilson, architect of the British Library and one of the most eminent voices in architectural theory and practice of the last 50 years, is here made available to a new readership. As importan...
PB: £16,95
Turnberry Consulting Development: An Approach to Management and Strategy
ISBN: HB: 9781904772606, Artifice, November 2006
176 pp., 22x25 cm, colour and black&white illus.
"Development: An Approach to Management and Strategy" looks at the work of Turnberry Consulting, a planning consultancy created to assist landowners to develop real estate projects. This unique practice tends not to act for developers, insurance comp...
HB: £24,95
RMJM Inside Out Outside In More Than Architecture
ISBN: PB: 9781904772590, Artifice, September 2006
176 pp., 23x28 cm, colour and black&white illus.
Taking into account the origins and history of RMJM, and their inspiring approach to a new way of practising architecture, which preserves their individuality even as they have expanded into a multinational organisation, this is not a conventional mo...
PB: £19,95
Rick Mather Architects
ISBN: HB: 9781904772385, Artifice, March 2006
288 pp., 23x28 cm, colour and black&white illus.
Rick Mather Architects (RMA) have been working in London since the early 70s. Best known for their award winning museum extensions, such as the Dulwich Picture Gallery and the National Maritime Museum, RMA's portfolio spans a broad spectrum of projec...
HB: £29,95
Ends Middles Beginnings Edward Cullinan Architects
ISBN: HB: 9781904772170, Artifice, November 2005
288 pp., 27x27 cm, colour and black&white illus.
Ends Middles Beginnings looks at the entirety of ECA's work, starting from the 1950s, but with an emphasis on recent and current projects. Charting the influences of this key architectural practice, the book also traces how ECA have continued to insp...
HB: £29,95
Bennetts Associates Four Commentaries
ISBN: PB: 9781904772156, Artifice, May 2005
208 pp., 23x28 cm, colour and black&white illus.
Since its foundation in 1987, Bennetts Associates has won numerous awards for its work and has established itself in the UK as one of the leading architecture practices of its generation. This is the first book to examine the firm's ethos and the the...
PB: £24,95
&\Also Hawkins/Brown
ISBN: PB: 9781901033885, Artifice, January 2005
288 pp., 18x24 cm, colour and black&white illus.
Hawkins/Brown are London based architects who have been described as one of the most exciting young practices of today. This extensively illustrated book considers key projects in terms of contemporary architecture, exploring their creativity, divers...
PB: £24,95
ISBN: PB: 9781901033328, Artifice, January 2005
106 pp., 17x24 cm, colour and black&white illus.
New York based architects Reinhold Martin and Kadambari Baxi investigate utopian 1960s architecture in this book version of their acclaimed multimedia installation. "Entropia" looks at three architectural projects where structures are variously distu...
PB: £16,95