Evolving norms of British housing

Howe, Michael, Lloyd, Matthew, Price, Sam and Puranik, Manar (2008) Evolving norms of British housing In: Howe, Michael, ed. Evolving norms of British housing. Matthew Lloyd Architects, London, UK. ISBN 9700955961205

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Abstract

The 'Evolving Norms of British Housing' publication took the form of a book to accompany a jointly curated an exhibition of the ‘Evolving Norms of British Housing’, as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2008. Co-curators were Michael Howe of mæ architects, Matthew Lloyd of Matthew Lloyd Architects, Sam Price of Price and Myers, and urban designer Mandar Puranik. The premise of the exhibition being that the best homes and communities arise from a regular, some might say ordinary, pattern of urban or sub-urban residential development based on a logical and disciplined scale, often laid out in traditional street patterns, with highly considered plans and functional elevations. The exhibition featured representative schemes from 16 British practices, and explored fresh models for contextual 21st century housing that built on lessons from the past.


Item Type:Chapter in book
Additional Information:© Royal Institute of British Architects. Published to accompany the exhibition held at the RIBA, London, 20 June - 20 July 2008
Subjects:K000 Architecture, Building and Planning
Faculties:Faculty of Arts
ID Code:10203
Deposited By:Michael Howe
Deposited On:13 Jun 2012 13:02
Last Modified:17 Dec 2013 13:46

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