'This is a book to covet. It shows the work of one of the UK's best architects, in the greatest detail and beautifully presented.' (Architectural Design) 'This is unquestionably the most impressive architectural monograph I have seen this year: the text is well-balanced in relation to the illustrations, and well-judged in content; the photography is first rate; the mixture of Grimshaw's sketches and his office's architectural drawings is gratifying, and there are proper legible plans and sections for every project.' (World of Interiors)
From the Publisher
A leading British architectural presence since th e1980s, the Nicholas Grimshaw practice has truly emerged on the world-scene in the 1990s, responsible for a variety of high-profile commissions in the UK, Europe and the Far East, famously including Waterloo International Terminal in London. This third volume of the latest work of the practice, demonstrating its emphasis on structural finesse and the employment of the latest technology, features - among other projects - the Eden Project in Cornwall funded by the Millennium Commission, the Ludwig Erhard Haus, Berlin and the A Coruna art gallery in Spain. The monograph shows the consolidation of the practice's work and points towards its further exciting development.