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Eric Parry is an architect who draws. This books is about the interaction and relationship of those two practices- of drawing as a design tool, and as a way of engaging with the world in which buildings exist and which they play a part in shaping.
The text comprises a dialogue between Parry and Owen Hopkins, Senior Curator at Sir John Soane's Museum, London. The dialogue is arranged across ten episodes relating to themes and ideas that emerged over a series of conversations during the creation of the exhibition at the Museum in Spring 2019.
The book also features an essay by David Leatherbarrow, Professor of Architecture and Chairman of the Graduate Group in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania.
Format 210(h) x 145(w)mm.