Architecture in Europe Since 1968 This work, winner of the 1992 American Institute of Architects Award, surveys two and a half decades of architectural projects in Europe. It begins with the completion of the first commissions embodying the ideas that sprang out of the exuberant events of 1968, and ends with the official unification of Europe. It contributes to contemporary debates on architecture and should be useful as a source reference.
John Mcaslan A monograph of one of Britain′s most internationally acclaimed architects. Representing the latest generation of the universally popular High Tech movement - and one of its most refined practitioners - McAslan has built his reputation on a combination of sensitive restoration/renovation projects and slick new buildings. An introduction by established architect critic Kenneth Powell gives an overview of McAslan′s influences and his career, while placing him in the context of 20th-century British and international architecture. The book′s core is McAslan′s complete work, organized by building use (commerce, education, arts, transport and residential) and presented in photographs, sketches and plans. A comprehensive appendix details the specifications of each project.