The Feeling of Things
This is a superb collection of essays focusing on contemporary architecture, from one of its leading British figures. Throughout his career, Adam Caruso - a leading figure in contemporary British architecture, and one half of celebrated London-based architectural firm Caruso St John - has continued to develop his writing and research, focusing his thoughts on the architectural practice and prominent figures of the Modern Movement. "The Feeling of Things" brings together a number of Caruso's writings (1997-2008) through which he reveals a new way to see and experience the radical approach to contemporary architecture of the Modern Movement.
- Hardback | 98 pages
- 150 x 210 x 13mm | 272g
- 22 Feb 2017
- EDICIONES POLIGRAFA
- Barcelona, Spain
- black & white photographs throughout
Adam Caruso is not only a member, together with Peter St John, of the London-based architecture office Caruso St John but also a prolific author who has focused his thoughts on the practice of architecture and who has taken a new look at some of the leading figures of the so-called other tradition in the Modern Movement. In Sigurd Lewerentz and a material basis for form (1997), The Tyranny of the New (1998), The Feeling of Things (1999), The Emotional City (2000), and Towards an Ontology of Construction (2002), we find a new perception of the radical approach adopted in modern and contemporary architecture.
About Adam Caruso
Adam Caruso was Professor of Architecture at the University of Bath, 2002-2004. He is currently Visiting Professor on the Cities Programme at the London School of Economics.