'Inspiring, well illustrated and relevant to the academic curricula.' -- Boris Ceranic, University of Derby, UK.
'Visually exciting, easy to navigate and includes architects and architecture of great significance.' -- Anna Downs, Peterborough Regional College, UK.
'It makes an admirable 'primer' to architecture generally. The text is well conceived, relevant and timely. It is very accessible and clear.' -- Christopher Platt, University of Strathclyde, UK.
'Good professional knowledge in an accessible format. I like the ethical questions added at the end.' Stephanie Wooster, University of the West of England, UK.
'An excellent collection of case studies.' --Paola Michialino, Newcastle University, UK.
About the Author
Lorraine Farrelly co-ordinates architecture and interior design courses at the University of Portsmouth. She has lectured and taught at universities around the world, and presented her research on architecture and the European city at conferences internationally. She has written several books and articles about contemporary architecture and interior design.