An interview with Brett on this year’s award of the Prince of Asturias award to Norman Foster, in Madrid’s ABC newspaper.
An introduction to Cinematic Architecture, on 15 years of the AA’s Dipl Unit 3.
A video recording in San Francisco today; of a conversation between Brett and Mark Burry, the Melbourne-based architect.
‘Architecture after Convergence’ surveys the trans-national workshops at the AA and six other leading schools of architecture completed in 2004.
An interview with journalists from Space Magazine, the Seoul-based journal of architecture. Topics included the contemporary convergence of research-based activities that connect architectural schools and offices in new and unexpected ways today.
A front-page article by Liz Bury & Rory Olcayto in the June 13 issue of Building Design includes Brett’s comments on the current state of architectural education in the UK.
‘Cutting, Bending and Stacking by Code: Machines and Ornament in Architecture’ is an essay introducing ‘The New Materialists’ section of ‘Re-Sampling Ornament’, an exhibition catalogue accompanying an upcoming exhibition at the Swiss Architecture Musueum, in Basle. The essay relates the work of three contemporary architects that make extensive use of robots, laser cutting and other […]
‘Literary v. Literal Architecture’ introduces the recent work of NaJa & deOstos featured in an upcoming issue of Pamphlet Architecture, in New York. Nannette Jackowski and Riccardo deOstos practise in London, and teach in the AA Intermediate School. Their upcoming Pamphlet Architecture issue (following their previous publication, titled ‘The Hanging Gardens of Baghdad’) features two […]
‘Prototyping Architecture’s Future, Again’ is the title of a short introduction just written for Manufacturing Material Effects: Rethinking Design and Making in Architecture, to be published this spring in the USA. The book is a compilation of an internaitonal symposium last April in Indianapolis,and features the work of two-dozen architects, theorist and fabicators.
A short introduction to a few recent AA Projects, for an upcoming issue of Arquine Magazine. On the the rapid decline of the historical alliance of geography and forms of architectural knowledge, practise and education. Due out in March, 2008.