A work of reference on the history of British architecture, containing biographical information on some 2,000 architects who practised in England, Scotland and Wales from the time of Inigo Jones (1573-1652) to that of William Burn (1789-1870) and Sir Charles Barry (1795-1860).
Aalto built three major works in America that counted among the most important in his career: the Finland Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, Baker House at MIT, and the Library at Mount Angel Abbey, Oregon. This title deals with the complex nature of Aalto's experience with America.
The north-east of Scotland is one of the least known areas of the country but has an architectural heritage as rich as the Highlands and Angus with which it shares its borders. This volume intends to illuminate its buildings and covers not only the historic districts of Formartine, Buchan and Banff in Aberdeenshire but also the whole of Moray.