Description - An Architect's Guide to Fame by Paul Davies
This lively text provides a candid inquiry into the contemporary means by which architects get work and (for better or worse) become famous. In response to the reciprocal relationship between publicity and everyday architectural practice, this book examines the mechanisms by which architects seek publicity and manage to establish themselves and their work ahead of their colleagues. Through the essays of specialist contributors, this book enables the reader to understand the complex relationship between what they see as the built environment and the unwritten stories behind how it came about.
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(216mm x 140mm x 21mm)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - Paul Davies
Paul Davies is Senior Lecturer in Architecture at South Bank University, Lecturer in General Studies at the Architectural Association, and External Examiner for Westminster University. His work has been published extensively. He was also conceptual designer for the Work and Learn Zones of the Millennium Dome (Greenwich, UK), which won a RIBA medal in 2000. Torsten Schmiedeknecht is Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Liverpool, and Director of Studies for the B. Arch. programme. He has also taught at the University of Kingston. He has previously published books and articles on the subject of fame and architecture, and his work has been exhibited in both the UK and Europe.