Keith Williams: Architecture of the Specific is the first monograph showcasing the work of the firm. From major cultural and civic projects to interiors, furniture and product design this record of the firm’s oeuvre includes a foreword by Paul Finch, a critical essay by Kenneth Powell and an discourse with Dr Sandra O’Connell. Part of the Master Architect Series from Images Publishing, this monograph celebrates Williams’ standing as a most dynamic architect with a fast growing international reputation.
“What Keith Williams has managed to do is to combine functional, psychological and aesthetic considerations in respect of the interior life of the building, with a considered and convincing attitude to the urban setting. The resulting architecture, a combination of interior complexity and external simplicity, is impressive.” Paul Finch.
Title: Keith Williams: Architecture of the Specific: Hardcover Pages: 224
Publication date: November 2009
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