The latest addition to the Design series, from the Director of the Design Museum.
Deyan Sudjic is Director of the Design Museum. He was born in London, and studied architecture in Edinburgh. He has worked as a critic for the Observer and The Sunday Times, as the editor of Domus in Milan, as the director of the Venice Architecture Biennale, and as a curator in Glasgow, Istanbul and Copenhagen. He is the author of B is for Bauhaus, The Language of Things and The Edifice Complex.
A deeply original and necessary book--Alain de Botton
An indispensable guide to what makes a city a city--Robert Bevan, Evening Standard Deyan Sudjic remains one of our most insightful commentators--Royal Academy magazine A small, readable guide to what cities are and how they work--Edwin Heathcote, Financial Times A memoir and a master class in musing on modern design . . . It's a collection of thoughtful, absorbing essays about many aspects of modern design, a subject nobody writes better about than Sudjic--Evening Standard on B Is for Bauhaus