28 color plates, 50 halftones
6 x 9
This is the first book in English on the architectural work of the influential French architect, urban planner, teacher, and writer Fernand Pouillon (1912–86). Among the essays are ones from architectural critic and historian Jacques Lucan offering a rich analysis of Pouillon’s postwar urbanism and its critique of mainstream modernism and Adam Caruso delving into Pouillon’s use of materials. The book also features photographs of Pouillon’s key projects.