Hand and Mind - Exchanges on Architecture and the Built World
In Hand & Mind architects and designers reflect on the parts of their practice that are often hidden - their inspiration, the genesis of projects and problems encountered. This image-rich and strikingly designed book profiles a series of projects from UNSW alumni, staff and students, including Glen Murcutt, Felicity Stewart and Matthias Hollenstein. Through dialogues, interviews, creative reflections and essays, Hand & Mind brings together projects and critical writing to provide a fascinating insight into the study of architecture.
Hand & Mind also includes a feature on Australian architect Sam Marshall and his design for the new wing of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.Author: Ainslie Murray (editor); Xing Ruan (Editor)
27.9cm x 22.4cm
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