Process: Searching for the Beginning Client: Design Dialogues Atmosphere: The Value of Place Sacred Architecture Monastery of Novy Dvur, Monastery of Sept-Fons, St Moritz Church, Augsburg Objects in Landscape Sackler Crossing, Martyrs Pavilion, Baron House, Luxembourg House Californian Houses Chalon Road, Kasa Karma New York Residences Klein Apartment, 50 Gramercy Park North / Theodoropoulos Apartment, Schrager Penthouse / Mangone Apartment The Familiar Image / Apartments in Belgium Ghent Apartment, Knokke Apartment Houses in Italy Montemaggio Houses, Casa Bottere Sloop & Ketch B60, Baracuda Spatial Interventions Chroma, Lecons du Thoronet, CK40 High Line Designing the Home Bulthaup Living, Tableware, When Objects Work, Cook-pots, Demeyere. Door Handles, Valli & Valli, Spout, Dornbracht, Rug, Christopher Farr Endmatter Biography Bibliography Index
Alison Morris is a writer, specializing in the field of architecture and design. In 1998 she joined the Pawson team, where she has remained close to the heart of the architectural process for more than a decade. Alongside the day-to-day work of the practice, she is regularly involved in the preparation of exhibitions and publishing projects.
"Exquisite" is an adjective frequently applied to the work of John Pawson - and one that might equally be applied to this beautifully produced book."-Kenneth Powell, House & Garden "Beautiful, inspring."-Time Out "A record of some of Pawson's most important work, [...] giving the reader a real insight into his approach to his projects."-John Stachiewicz, National Trust magazine "Presents 30 startlingly minimal and gleaming white projects."-The New York Times "It's not easy to achieve such Spartan perfection, so if you can't tell the difference between a Pawson interior and a half-empty bachelor pad, consider this required reading."-Details