Chris Rogers writes on architecture and visual culture. His first book, The Power of Process – the architecture of Michael Pearson, was published by Black Dog in 2010. His website, www.chrismrogers.net, showcases his work and he can also be found on LinkedIn. Chris writes a regular slot for The Big Picture Magazine website, files reviews for Art of England magazine, has contributed to The Architects' Journal and guest-edited the London Architecture Diary. Chris was engaged by AHMM to write text for their project information packs, including one for the Chobham Harris Academy, a new school under construction in the London 2012 Olympic Park. Chris was commissioned by the Senior District Judge for England & Wales to write a booklet to commemorate the closure of Bow Street magistrates’ court in 2006 and creates and leads architecture tours for a range of groups including the Twentieth Century Society, for whose newsletter he also writes
Caught this via ArchDaily (highly recommended) and this it's stunning. Not for me the Pawson White; rubble walls, warm wood, etc much cosier. Love the splayed porticos.
Excellent. Were you also responsible for the strands of coloured cable threaded through the fence of a building site I passed last week in such a way as to form the 5 interlinked Olympic Rings??