RMJM Inside Out Outside in

RMJM Inside Out Outside in : More Than Architecture

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Taking into account the origins and history of RMJM, and their inspiring approach to a new way of practising architecture, which preserves their individuality even as they have expanded into a multinational organisation, this is not a conventional monograph but an eclectic, at times personal account of a body of work and an overall vision. Their current and past work provide visual illustrations of their history and practise. These include projects in London, Beijing, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dubai, Hong Kong, India, Brighton, Moscow and Cambridge including the Beijing Olympic Green Convention Centre, The Performance Academy at Newcastle College, Brighton Tower and Glasgow Harbour, as well as a host of other business, commercial, arts and residential developments around the world. A diversity of material, including both personal viewpoints from practice members and colleagues, and academic assessment, alongside plans, drawings, photographs, paintings and illustrations of the inspiration behind their working method, provides a new way of looking at architecture, art, design, space, and visual culture.show more

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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 230 x 276 x 10mm | 861.84g
  • Black Dog Publishing London UK
  • Black Dog Publishing Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 190 b&w & colour illustrations
  • 1904772595
  • 9781904772590
  • 1,573,987

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RMJM Inside Out, Outside In celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of renowned architects RMJM. From an initial impulse to create spaces that work, over the ensuing decades the RMJM team has shared inspiration, ideas and skills across the world to produce a remarkable and eclectic range of projects.show more

About Paul Stallan

Professor Sir Colin St John Wilson: * Studied architecture at Cambridge University and University College London * Joined the Architects' Department of London County Council in 1950, where his contemporaries included James Stirling, Alison and Peter Smithson, Alan Colquhoun and Peter Carter * Closely involved with the Independent Group that formed around the newly formed Institute of Contemporary Arts in London * Taught in the USA with Visiting Professorships to Yale (1960-64, 1983 and 2000) and MIT (1970-72) * Head of the School at Cambridge (1975-89) and since then has been Professor Emeritus. * Has been a Trustee of the National Gallery and the Tate Gallery, and has been the Chairman of the Arts Council's architecture unit * Knighted in 1998 for services to architectureshow more

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"...a stunning and original piece of Architecture." Financial Times on the New Scottish Parliament "...the RMJM team have stood out consistently for the sheer professionalism, enthusiasm and level of design brought to every project." Oxford University Estates Directorate"show more

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