Foreword; Arts and Crafts; Classicism; Organic; Modernism; Postmodernism; Robotic; Cities; Futures; Iconic; Index.
Jonathan Glancey is Architecture and Design Editor of UK national newspaper, The Guardian. He is an authority on architecture and design and is a frequent commentator on radio and television. His previous publications include The Story of Architecture and Carlton's Lost Buildings, The Car and The Train. He lives in Hadleigh, Suffolk, England.
"'A fascinating compendium... worldwide in its scope, erudite and well-observed... it is a must for anyone interested in architecture' (Irish Times) 'Highly readable... Glancey, without doubt one of the finest architectural writers in contemporary Britain, outlines with enviable clarity the theories and realities which have shaped the world we live in today' (Scotland on Sunday) 'Always informative, unashamedly partisan and often enjoyably tart.' (Sunday Telegraph)"