The Return of the Past   I am currently working on the first exhibition to celebrate and explore Postmodernism in British Architecture. It will focus on a selection of pivotal works by Terry Farrell, CZWG, Jeremy Dixon, John Outram and James Stirling/Michael Wilford.

The Return of the Past

I am currently working on the first exhibition to celebrate and explore Postmodernism in British Architecture. It will focus on a selection of pivotal works by Terry Farrell, CZWG, Jeremy Dixon, John Outram and James Stirling/Michael Wilford.

  Architecture and Freedom   I am guest-editing a special issue of  Architectural Design  in which a variety of contributors explore what freedom means for architecture as it adapts and evolves in response to the changing contexts in it which it is practised in the 21st century.

Architecture and Freedom

I am guest-editing a special issue of Architectural Design in which a variety of contributors explore what freedom means for architecture as it adapts and evolves in response to the changing contexts in it which it is practised in the 21st century.

  The Roman Singularity   My first exhibition project at the Soane was ‘The Roman Singularity’ by architectural designer Adam Nathaniel Furman – a city of 3D-printed models, alongside a new site-specific work created by Furman especially for the Museum.

The Roman Singularity

My first exhibition project at the Soane was ‘The Roman Singularity’ by architectural designer Adam Nathaniel Furman – a city of 3D-printed models, alongside a new site-specific work created by Furman especially for the Museum.

 
  Sensing Architecture   Deriving from a symposium in 2014, this digital publication comprises a collection of essays exploring the different registers of ideas – philosophical, psychological, social and economic – that shape our experience of architecture.

Sensing Architecture

Deriving from a symposium in 2014, this digital publication comprises a collection of essays exploring the different registers of ideas – philosophical, psychological, social and economic – that shape our experience of architecture.

 
  Origins – A Project by Ordinary Architecture   My final project at the Royal Academy of Arts was  Origins , which comprised a series of interventions around Burlington House designed by Ordinary Architecture that offer a counterpoint to architecture's mythical origins.

Origins – A Project by Ordinary Architecture

My final project at the Royal Academy of Arts was Origins, which comprised a series of interventions around Burlington House designed by Ordinary Architecture that offer a counterpoint to architecture's mythical origins.

  Soane Talks   In September 2017, I launched a new talks programme at Sir John Soane's Museum that take inspiration from Soane's intention the Museum act as an 'academy of architecture'. More information about the initial series can be found at soane.org

Soane Talks

In September 2017, I launched a new talks programme at Sir John Soane's Museum that take inspiration from Soane's intention the Museum act as an 'academy of architecture'. More information about the initial series can be found at soane.org

 
  Style: In Defence of… The Baroque   I have contributed to Machine Books' series of essays: 'Style: In Defence Of…'. My choice was the Baroque, which I argued is less a style and more a 'deep-seated and irrepressible urge for architecture that is bold, defiant and demands our attention'.

Style: In Defence of… The Baroque

I have contributed to Machine Books' series of essays: 'Style: In Defence Of…'. My choice was the Baroque, which I argued is less a style and more a 'deep-seated and irrepressible urge for architecture that is bold, defiant and demands our attention'.

  Lost Futures   Published in January 2017, my latest book is  Lost Futures  – an exploration of  35 post-war British buildings that have been demolished or heavily altered, and the values and ideologies that shaped both their creation and eventual destruction.

Lost Futures

Published in January 2017, my latest book is Lost Futures – an exploration of  35 post-war British buildings that have been demolished or heavily altered, and the values and ideologies that shaped both their creation and eventual destruction.

 
  From the Shadows   Published in 2015, this book is the result of a near 10-year fascination with the architecture of Nicholas Hawksmoor. As befitting the fame of its subject, the book has been widely – and usually positively – reviewed.

From the Shadows

Published in 2015, this book is the result of a near 10-year fascination with the architecture of Nicholas Hawksmoor. As befitting the fame of its subject, the book has been widely – and usually positively – reviewed.