• Continuum: Farrells 2001-2011 Book Launch

    13 January 2012

    Continuum: Farrells 2001-2011, Work of The Hong Kong & London Offices

    Terry Farrell is one of the world’s leading urban designers and one of Britain’s foremost architects. He has worked on high-profile building schemes and masterplans in cities as diverse as Seattle, London and Seoul. This book focuses on the work of his practice from the last 10 years.

    The book includes such major works as the Home Office Building in London and Guangzhou station in China, which will be the largest railway station in the world. As well as several other major projects in the UK and China, there are also buildings and masterplans from Australia, South Africa, Singapore and India.

    Packed full of photographs, drawings and sketches, this book will be invaluable for all those interested in contemporary architecture and urban design.

    Hardback
    500 Colour illustrations
    320 pages
    290 x 250 mm
    ISBN 978 1 85669 844 3
    £50.00
    Published February 2012

    Sir Terry Farrell graduated from the School of Architecture at Newcastle in 1961. From 1962 to 1964 he studied under Louis Kahn at the University of Pennsylvania. In 1965 he established a partnership with Nicholas Grimshaw and in 1980 he started his own practice in London, opening offices in Hong Kong in 1991 and Edinburgh in 1992. Ten Years: Ten Cities: The Work of Terry Farrell  Partners 1991-2001 was published by Laurence King in 2002.

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    PRC Magazine - The Centenary 100th Issue


    Asia's Most Iconic Buildings 2000 - 2020 were nominated by the readers of PRC Magazine. 100 projects were selected and put to a public vote from 21 Oct to 08 Dec 2019. The Top 25 projects were revealed at the PRC Magazine Centenary 100th Issue Launch Party & Cocktail Event, held on 19 December at The CODE.

     
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