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Transformations : the architecture of Penoyre & Prasad

Author: Sunand Prasad
Publisher: London : Black Dog Publishing, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Penoyre & Prasad - one of the UK's leading architectural practices - are renowned for buildings that are centered on people's experience, and are green as well as visually striking. Transformations provides a comprehensive overview, in their own words, of the practice's designs and the thinking behind them. An essay by Thomas Muirhead gives an architectural assessment and is followed by eight essays by Sunand  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sunand Prasad
ISBN: 9781904772675 1904772676
OCLC Number: 148591104
Description: 239 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 24 cm
Contents: Place, Time and People / Thomas Muirhead --
Purpose --
Rollercoaster Young People's Centre, Bridgwater, Somerset --
The Rushton Street Medical Centre, Hackney, London --
Building Schools for the Future, Secondary School Design Exemplar --
Construction --
The Pulross Centre, Brixton Intermediate Care Centre --
New Maltings, Private House --
The University Library, University of Portsmouth, Hampshire --
Context --
Parrack Street Masterplan and Housing with Mixed-use, Gravesend --
Collier's Gardens, Extra Care Sheltered Housing, Fishponds, Bristol --
The Rich Mix Arts Centre, Bethnal Green, London --
Art --
The Richard Desmond Children's Eye Centre, Moorflelds Eye Hospital, London --
Time --
Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Snape, Suffolk --
Wolverhampton Civic Halls, Staffordshire --
Sheffield City Hall --
Care --
Walworth Road Surgery, London --
The Arches Community Treatment and Care Centre, Belfast --
The Bradbury Community Treatment and Care Centre, Belfast --
The Heart of Hounslow Health Centre, London --
Woodlands Nursing Home, Kennington, London --
Newhaven Downs House, East Sussex --
Learning --
The Charter School, Dulwich, London --
Olney Campus, Annexe to Ousdale School, Buckinghamshire --
Ashburton Learning Village, Croydon, London --
Residential and Daycare Facilities, Essex --
Prior Weston School, London --
Limits --
The Millennium Centre, Eastbrookend Country Park, London --
Selected Projects --
Office Members.
Responsibility: [essays written by Sunand Prasad].

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"Penoyre & Prasad - one of the UK's leading architectural practices - are renowned for buildings that are centered on people's experience, and are green as well as visually striking. Transformations provides a comprehensive overview, in their own words, of the practice's designs and the thinking behind them. An essay by Thomas Muirhead gives an architectural assessment and is followed by eight essays by Sunand Prasad. Interspersed with detailed project descriptions, they offer a unique and personal insight into Penoyre & Prasad's 19 years of work."--Jacket.

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