Architecture Workbook: Design through Motive
Organised into 9 parts that highlight a wide range of architectural motives, such as ‘Architecture as Theatre’, ‘Stretching the Vocabulary’ and ‘The City of Large and Small’, the workbook provides inspiring key themes for readers to take their cue from when initiating a design. Motives cover a wide-range of work that epitomise the theme. These include historical and Modernist examples, things observed in the street, work by current innovative architects and from Cook’s own rich archive, weaving together a rich and vibrant visual scrapbook of the everyday and the architectural, and past and present.
008 Motive 1: Architecture as Theatre
018 Motive 2: Stretching the Vocabulary
054 Motive 3: University Life and its Ironies
100 Motive 4: From Ordinary to Agreeable
128 Motive 5: The English Path and the English Narrative
154 Motive 6: New Places and Strange Bedfellows
186 Motive 7: Can We Learn From Silliness?
210 Motive 8: The City – Then The Town
240 Motive 9: On Drawing, Designing, Talking and Building
248 Select Bibliography
255 PICTURE Credits