Design Monograph: FosterRobert Dimery
A design monograph series on the most remarkable architects, designers, brands and design movements of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, each book contains a historical-critical essay discussing the life and work of the subject, followed by an illustrated appreciation of groundbreaking work.
At 87 Manchester-born Norman Foster has an illustrious career that spans many decades. A titan of design and master of high-tech and sustainable architecture, Foster was instrumental in changing the skyline of London and elevating British design. Among his famous structures are the Gherkin (Swiss Re) and the Millau viaduct bridge.
Hardback (Text (eye-readable)) 112pp h180mm x w125mm Over 80 photographs and illustrations