Katherine Vaughan-Williams (1955-2003)
Katherine Vaughan-Williams, known to her many students and more readers as Katherine Shonfield, was perhaps the most inventive and wide-ranging intellect of her generation in architecture. She was an architect, installation artist, writer and teacher, and, never really recognising the distinctions between them, exercised an extraordinary moral and critical force. She wrote as she spoke, whether privately or lecturing, or on the wireless. To hear her speak, even as her health declined, ...
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