a life in architecture peter cook
Once he has finally found a parking-place in grid-locked Dublin, architectural photographer Peter Cook is able to discuss some of the buildings that have particularly impressed him. 'One that I loved when I saw it a few years ago in Los Angeles was Rudolph Schindler's house. I thought it was a cornerstone of that movement of low-level singlestorey buildings and I liked the idea of the sleeping baskets on the roof, the homeliness of it. I found it really strong and exciting.'
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