This book’s principal aims are to identify the eighteenth-century origins of an evolving tradition in which architecture is analogous to a landscape, a history and a fiction, and to understand its influence on subsequent centuries. The catalyst to this tradition was the simultaneous and...
To Be Published September 30th 2015 by Routledge
Weather Architecture further extends Jonathan Hill’s investigation of authorship by recognising the creativity of the weather. At a time when environmental awareness is of growing relevance, the overriding aim is to understand a history of architecture as a history of weather and thus to consider...
Published January 18th 2012 by Routledge
Critical Architecture examines the relationship between critical practice in architecture and architectural criticism. Placing architecture in an interdisciplinary context, the book explores architectural criticism with reference to modes of criticism in other disciplines - specifically...
Published September 3rd 2007 by Routledge
This fascinating argument from Jonathan Hill presents the case for the significance and importance of the immaterial in architecture. Architecture is generally perceived as the solid, physical matter that it unarguably creates, but what of the spaces it creates? This issue drives Hill's explorative...
Published April 5th 2006 by Routledge
Architects and Creative Users
Drawing on the work of a wide range of architects, artists and writers, this book considers the relations between the architect and the user, which it compares to the relations between the artist and viewer and the author and reader. The book's thesis is informed by the text 'The Death of the...
Published May 28th 2003 by Routledge
The Subject is Matter
The aim of this book is to expand the subject and matter of architecture, and to explore their interdependence. There are now many architectures. This book acknowledges architecture far beyond the familiar boundaries of the discipline and reassesses the object at its centre: the building....
Published August 15th 2001 by Routledge
Between the Architect and the User
Occupying Architecture focuses on the importance of the user of architecture. It emphasises the cross-currents between design, theory and use, and the need for a wider cross-cultural approach to architecture. Beginning with the architect, the book proceeds to explore models for architectural...
Published April 29th 1998 by Routledge