Jupiter Artland by Charles Jencks

Charles Jencks, Theory – Postmodernism, Iconic Architecture

Dr Charles Jencks is an architectural theorist and critic, landscape architect and sculptor. Educated at Harvard and London universities, he defined Late, New and Post-Modern architecture in a series of books and lectures around the world. He also writes on ‘cosmogenic’ art and is the co-founder of Maggie Cancer Caring Centres.

Alain de Botton, Architecture Critic: Design Theory, Philosopher

Alain de Botton, Architecture, Critic, Image, Design Alain de Botton Philosopher + Architecture Critic + Author – Architectural Design 30 Nov 2010 Alain de Botton Architecture photo : Charlotte de Botton Masdar Institute, UAE I deeply admire Foster’s for taking on this challenge and for responding to it without the usual tricks of late Modernism.…

Jeremy Till – Sheffield University, Architecture

Jeremy Till, University, London, Architecture Book, Education, Contingency Jeremy Till : Architecture Discussions on Current Architectural Topics – article from 15 Jun 2005 15 Jun 2005 Jeremy Till Architecture Elevator Pitch – Architecture & Contingency The essential argument of the book is straightforward. During the course of its writing, people have often asked, “What is…

Jonathan Glancey – Architecture Critic, London, Guardian

Jonathan Glancey, Twenty Century Architecture, England, Books, Design, London Jonathan Glancey : Talk Architectural Lecture by English Architecture Critic: Built Environment Jonathan Glancey Architecture Jonathan Glancey Books Review of Talk: The 4th Annual Cockburn Association Lecture by Jonathan Glancey the architectural correspondent of The Guardian 20 Mar 2001 The Royal College of Physicians, 9 Queen…