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  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: RIBA Publishing; 1 edition (29 Nov. 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 185946632X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1859466322
  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 1.5 x 21.3 cm
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Sir Terry Farrell CBE is considered to be the UK’s leading architect planner. He has completed many award winning buildings and masterplans including Embankment Place and The Home Office Headquarters as well as millennium projects such as The Deep in Hull and Centre for Life in Newcastle. Other notable projects include the TV-am headquarters in Camden Lock, the redevelopment of Comyn Ching Triangle in London's Covent Garden, Charing Cross Station, and the MI6 headquarters building. In 2013 he was voted the individual who made the Greatest Contribution to London’s Planning and Development over the last 10 years. Terry is a prominent voice in British architecture and planning, and in 2014 at the invitation of the Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, Terry and his firm commenced the Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment, to offer expert guidance on the direction of British architecture. Farrell was awarded CBE in 1996 and made a Knight Bachelor in 2001.

Adam Nathaniel Furman is a London based designer whose practice ranges from architecture and interiors to sculpture, installation, writing and product design. He pursues research through his teaching role at Central St Martins, and the Research Group 'Saturated Space' which he runs at the Architectural Association, exploring colour in Architecture and Urbanism through events, lectures and publications. He was Designer in Residence at the Design Museum in London for 2013-14, received the Blueprint Award for Design Innovation in 2014, was awarded the UK Rome Prize for Architecture 2014-15, was one of the Architecture Foundation's "New Architects" in 2016, and was described by Rowan Moore, architecture critic for the Observer, as one of the four 'rising stars' of 2017. He has worked at OMA Rotterdam, Ron Arad Architects, Farrells and Ash Sakula, and has written for Abitare, the RIBA Journal, Icon, the Architectural Review, Apollo Magazine, amongst others. He is the founder of the Postmodern Society, has actively advocated and lobbied to increase awareness of architecture from the period, and led the successful campaign to list the UK's first Postmodern building, Comyn Ching Triangle.

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