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Architects Journal
Richard Weston

  • Object failure

    15-Jun-2012

    Douglas Murphy’s The Architecture of Failure raises spectres of abject ruins in recent practice and theory, writes Richard Weston
  • A SYNTHESIS OF HUMANISM AND MINIMALISM - A KIND OF 'HUMINALISM'

    5-Apr-2007

    BUILDING STUDY
  • BOOK

    18-Jan-2007

    REVIEW
  • BOOK

    2-Nov-2006

    REVIEW
  • BOOK REVIEW

    7-Sep-2006

    BOOK REVIEW
  • BOOK

    27-Jul-2006

    REVIEW
  • Ecological Architecture: A Critical History

    30-Mar-2006

    REVIEW - BOOK
  • Alvar Aalto

    16-Mar-2006

    BOOK REVIEW
  • BOOK

    28-Jul-2005

    REVIEW - Emilio Ambasz: A Technological Arcadia By Fulvio Irace.Thames & Hudson, 2005.288pp. £39.95
  • Crystal vision

    14-Apr-2005

    reviews - Alpine Architecture: A Utopia By Bruno Taut, with an essay by Mathias Schirren. Prestel, 2004. 128pp. £25
  • Structural magic

    2-Sep-2004

    review - Eladio Dieste: Innovation in Structural Art Edited by Stanford Anderson. Princeton Architectural Press, 2004. 264pp. £42
  • The nature of things

    27-May-2004

    J°rn Utzon: The Architect's Universe At the Louisiana Museum, Humlebµk, Denmark, until 29 August.
  • Self expression

    20-May-2004

    review
  • Solid edifice

    29-Jan-2004

    review
  • A meeting of minds

    25-Sep-2003

    review
  • Intellectual landscape

    3-Apr-2003

    review
  • Essential record

    6-Mar-2003

    review
  • In his true colours

    4-Jul-2002

    review
  • Sculptural vision

    18-Apr-2002

    review: landscape books Visionary Gardens: Modern Landscapes by Ernst Cramer By Udo Weilacher. Birkhäuser, 2001. 288pp. £45
  • Out of the ordinary

    28-Mar-2002

    REVIEW
  • A life less ordinary

    21-Mar-2002

    Review
  • Nostalgic images

    31-Jan-2002

    REVIEW - LANDSCAPE BOOKS
  • Plazas and plants

    31-Jan-2002

    REVIEW - LANDSCAPE BOOKS
  • Sunlight and stone

    2-Aug-2001

    Review
  • Blurring boundaries

    12-Jul-2001

    REVIEW: LANDSCAPE BOOKS - Isamu Noguchi: A Study of Space By Ana Maria Torres.Monacelli Press. 324 pp. £45
  • Enlightened attitudes

    12-Jul-2001

    REVIEW: LANDSCAPE BOOKS - Changes in Scenery: Contemporary Landscape Architecture in Europe By Thies Schroder. Birkhauser, 2001. 184pp. £42
  • Romantic revisionist

    5-Apr-2001

    National Romanticism and Modern Architecture in Germany and the Scandinavian Countries By Barbara Miller Lane. Cambridge University Press, 2000. 420pp. £60 The Soul of the North. A Social, Architectural and Cultural History of the Nordic Countries, 1700-1
  • Shigeru Ban

    15-Mar-2001

    Lawrence King, 2000. 176pp. £25
  • Place-making principles

    8-Feb-2001

    Greater Perfections: The Practice of Garden Theory By John Dixon Hunt. Thames & Hudson, 2000. 273pp. £32
  • Unnatural gloss

    13-Jan-2000

    review
  • Rudolf M Schindler by James Steele. Taschen, 1999. 180pp. £16.99

    26-Aug-1999

    Rudolf Schindler must rank among the century's great unsung talents, writes Richard Weston. Working in then far-away Los Angeles, tainted by association with Frank Lloyd Wright, and bad-mouthed by his former friend, Richard Neutra, he was omitted by Philip Johnson from the canon of International Stylists exhibited at New York's Museum of Modern Art in 1932 and never won the recognition and public commissions his talent clearly deserved. All credit, then, to Taschen for bringing us this ...
  • Ripe for rediscovery

    1-Apr-1999

    RICHARD WESTON Jorn Utzon: The Sydney Opera House by Francoise Fromonot. Electa/Ginko, 1998. 236pp. £29.95. (Distributor Art Books International 0171 720 1503)
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