Tag : Denise Scott Brown
Obituary: Robert Venturi (1925-2018)Subscription
Daniel Elsea recalls time spent in the company of Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown and the buildings and writings that ‘saved Modernism from itself’
Venturi and Denise Scott Brown didn’t merely affect the architectural weather – they brought about climate change, writes Paul Finch
Pioneering American architect, planner and theorist Denise Scott Brown has been awarded the 2018 Soane Medal for her ‘profound and far-reaching’ contribution to architecture
Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown’s 1991 Postmodern extension to the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square has been handed a Grade I listing
A quarter of a century after the Pritzker Prize failed to recognise Denise Scott Brown alongside her partner Robert Venturi, the architect has been awarded the Jane Drew Prize
Denise Scott Brown: ‘People have learnt from Las Vegas, but they haven’t learnt the half of it yet’Subscription
As Denise Scott Brown is recognised with the 2017 Jane Drew Prize, Laura Mark talks to the architect about the Pritzker Prize, recognition and Postmodernism
Denise Scott Brown and Robert Venturi have become the first architects to be jointly recognised with the top US architectural award
Read Robert Venturi’s bittersweet acceptance speech of the 1991 Pritzker Prize, where he acknowledges ‘fellow artist’ Denise Scott Brown for her ‘crucial’ input.
For Denise Scott Brown, photography was a way of isolating an idea, a moment, and a way of learning from everyday landscapes.