Hopkins: the work of Michael Hopkins and partners

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Phaidon Press, 1993 - Architecture - 240 pages
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Ten years ago it was reasonable to apply the label 'high-tech' to the work of Michael Hopkins. Today, however with buildings such as the Glyndebourne Opera House and the New Parliamentary Building, Hopkins is perceived as a far more complex figure, perhaps even that most paradoxical of creatures, a high-tech historicist. This monograph features all of Hopkins's major built works and projects together with essays by the book's author, Colin Davies, the internationally respected critic and historian Kenneth Frampton, and the architect Patrick Hodgkinson.

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Contents

Buildings 19761992 Hopkins House 19751976
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Ui Patera Building System 19801982
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fidiW Schlumberger Cambridge Research Centre 19821992
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Colin Davies is professor at London Metropolitan University and the author of a number of books, including "High Tech Architecture" (1988), "Hopkins: The Work of Michael Hopkins and Partners" (two volumes, 1996-2004), and "Prefabricated Home" (2005).

Kenneth Frampton is the Ware Professor of Architecture at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University.

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