A celebration of the most important architecture in Britain from the 20th and 21st-century. From Art Deco, through pre-fabs to beautiful brutalist buildings, the Twentieth Century Society presents 100 buildings that have shaped the character of modern Britain.
This book features 100 churches built since 1914, showing the development of modern church architecture in Britain. From Spence's Coventry Cathedral to Giles Gilbert Scott's Liverpool Cathedral and featuring churches, mosques and synagogues. Architects include George Pace, Eric Gill and Frederick Gibberd.
A celebration of Britain's diverse housing styles from the twentieth and twenty-first century. Leading architectural critics reveal the story of the modern the modern home, and the social and political aspects of housing design in Britain over the last 100 years.
A stylish and informative guide to the Midcentury Modern chair design. Get to know the designers and find out about the controversies and intrigue that accompanied these figures. With a `chair timeline', including the very best of European, Scandinavian, American and Japanese design, it's the perfect book for enthusiasts and design junkies alike.
The most inspirational buildings in the world, as chosen by well-known contemporary architects. From Eames House in Los Angeles to Unite d'Habitation in Marseille, this book features buildings from around the world.
Giving us a rare look into her design process, Cath Kidston invites us into her own home to talk about patterns, colour, decor and more. Perfect for fans of her designs, this part-interiors book, part-memoir gives us a great insight into Cath Kidston's eye and vision for her home.
The long-awaited reissue of the autobiography of Peter Rice, one of the main structural engineers behind the Sydney Opera House, the Pompidou Centre, the Menil Collection and Lloyd's of London. A must have for any armchair architect.