20th Century Architects
Serious interest in British architecture of the years since 1914 has been growing rapidly, but it is still hard to find reliable guides to the major figures of the period. The monograph series 20th Century Architects was launched in 2009 to begin filling the gap, selecting individuals and practices that, in most cases, had never previously received any book-length coverage.
The books are clearly written and exceptionally well illustrated, taking an intelligent critical stance in relating their subjects to the ideas and movements of their time. The focus is on built work, documented with lists of buildings and bibliographic references, and the texts are accessible to non-specialist readers while ideal for academic reference.
Having published eleven titles in collaboration with the RIBA, the series is now being produced, still under the editorial guidance of the Twentieth Century Society, in collaboration with Historic England publishing. It furthers the work of both these organisations in linking knowledge and understanding to the need to identify, protect and conserve the best examples of the period in a range of modern and traditional styles.
Series editors: Timothy Brittain-Catlin, Barnabas Calder, Elain Harwood, Alan Powers
Save 20% when you buy via www.c20society.org.uk: click on the link to the Historic England online shop and enter the discount code C20ARCH on the basket page to get 20% discount and free p&p (UK only).
Ernö Goldfinger by Elain Harwood and Alan Powers
Titles published to date
Alison & Peter Smithson by Mark Crinson
Arup Associates by Ken Powell
Frederick Gibberd by Christine Hui Lan Manley
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis by Geraint Franklin
Wells Coates by Elizabeth Darling
John Madin by Alan Clawley
Ahrends, Burton and Koralek by Kenneth Powell
Roger Maguire & Keith Murray by Gerald Adler
Stephen Dykes Bower by Anthony Symondson
Chamberlin, Powell & Bon by Elain Harwood
Leonard Manasseh & Partners by Timothy Brittain-Catlin
Powell & Moya by Kenneth Powell
Aldington, Craig and Collinge by Alan Powers
McMorran & Whitby by Edward Denison
Ryder and Yates by Rutter Carroll