Modern Architecture and the Lifeworld: 
Essays in Honor of Kenneth Frampton

This collection of essays was put together as a tribute to Kenneth Frampton’s contribution to architectural theory and practice, with twenty-nine contributors from around the world amplifying and celebrating his writing and thought. This illustrated volume of essays by a number of prominent historians, scholars and practitioners in the field offers further evidence of how this scholar, humanist and teacher has shaped our understanding of the working reality of the architect.

Client: Thames & Hudson
Editors: Karla Cavarra Britton and Robert McCarter
Format: Hardback with jacket
Extent: 352 pp
Size: 240 x 170 mm
Illustrations: 181