ART & ARCHITECTURE Celebrating 25 Years Book


Introduction, Forward , Brief History

Section 1 The Formative Years

The views of Masterplanner Leon Krier by Peter Lloyd Jones

Architecture of Light - Richard MacCormac by Peter Lloyd Jones

Is there a place for ornament in architecture? by Sir Hugh Casson

Education for Public Art : The Art Teachers Lot by Bernard Cohen

Education for Public Art: Affronting up to Architecture Glynn Williams

Section 2 Bridging The Millennium

Private Greed and Public Responsibility by Sir Richard Rogers

Sculpture's New Spaces by Sir Anthony Caro

Dealing with the already there by Lalitte Stolper

From the Age of the Machine to the Age of Life by Kisho Kurokawa

Public Art in the Urban Context by Chris Smith MP

Alsop's Progress by Hans Brill

Artists as Designers, Designers as Artists by William Pye

Section 3 Next Generation Forums

The A&A Syndrome by Charles Jencks

The New Civic by Sam Jacobs

Entanglement by Pierre d'Avoine

A Well Planned Picnic by Will Alsop

A street is a place for things to happen by Susanna Heron

Sculpture as Landscape by John Maine

An Embarrassment of Riches by Ben Johnson

The Argument Won - in Danger of Being Lost by Peter Fink

Section 4 Nigel Frank Reporting

Soft and Hairy House Kathryn Findlay

Straw Bale House Sarah Wigglesworth

The Thomas Heatherwick Studio Thomas Heatherwick

Dancing About Architecture David Ward

Architecture, Art and Situation Tony Fretton

Redeveloping the Twin Towers Rafael Viñoly

Art and Architecture: The Ultimate Collaboration Sir Terry Farrell

Olympic Bid Jude Kelly

Not by Half Richard Wilson

Public Art As Civic Space Simon Patterson, Declan Ocarroll

Informal Networks Cecil Balmond

A hand in hand stroll through. Niall McLaughlin, Martin Richman

I'm not an artist,...what am I doing here? Wayne Hemingway

Scottish Dance & Debussy Studio Downie Architects

Collisions & Collaboration Eric Parry Architects

Section 5 Art & Architecture Celebration Talks by Nigel Frank

Design for Climate Change Ken Shuttleworth

The Building Centre Forum by Nigel Frank

Critical Modernism Charles Jencks


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