Black Dog, 2003 - Architecture - 287 pages
Hawkins\Brown are London based architects who have been described as "... one of the most exciting young practices of today." (Architecture Today). This extensively illustrated book considers key projects in terms of contemporary architecture, exploring their creativity, diversity and tenacity. Projects covered include the acclaimed new gallery for the Henry Moore Foundation, studio space for the sculptor Rachel Whiteread, as well as projects that focus on sustainability in architecture, as with the Women's Pioneer Centre, London. Hawkins\Brown are at the forefront of British architecture with an established reputation for combining imaginative design with pragmatism. Whether they are breathing new life into existing structures or building anew, each of their schemes are unique, focusing on the needs of the client and the community.
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