Introduction1. Cultural Counter-Currents: Postmodernism in its Historical Place 2. The 'High Style' period of Postmodernism 3. We are all Postmodernists now
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4. Modernist Orthodoxy Challenged 5. The Postmodern spirit takes hold 6. Backlash and resurgence References Image credits Index
Sir Terry Farrell CBE is an award-winning international architect
and town planner. Notable projects include Vauxhall Cross (the MI6
building), Charing Cross station, and The Deep in Hull. He has
taught at the AA, University of Westminster and the University of
Pennsylvania, and The Bartlett, UCL. He is a member of the Mayor of
London's Design Advisory Group and Outer London Commission, and led
the government-commissioned Farrell Review of Architecture and the
Built Environment in 2013-14. He was awarded a CBE in 1996 and a
knighthood in 2001.
Adam Nathaniel Furman is a designer whose practice ranges from architecture & interiors, to sculpture, installation, writing and product design. He graduated from the AA with honours in 2008, having previously been awarded a RIBA Bronze Commendation in 2006, and has since been the recipient of the Design Museum Designer in Residence 2013-14, Blueprint Award for Design Innovation 2014, the UK Rome Prize for Architecture 2014-15, and is one of the Architecture Foundation's New Architects 2016.