Maverick Deviations: Architectural Works Neil Spiller (1985 - 1998)
The first monograph on this highly-influential young architect.
* Includes a collection of amazing drawings as well as text that reaffirms Spiller's position on the world's architectural stage.
* Analyzes why Spiller's influence has global appeal.
* Contains contributions from many of the world's most prominent architects.
* Available in one attractive volume for the first time.
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