Publications

2018

  • Bold, John (2018) and Pickard, R. An integrated approach to cultural heritage: The Council of Europe's Technical Co-operation and Consultancy Programme, 2018. Strasbourg Council of Europe Publishing
  • Bold, John (2018) Larkham, P and Pickard, R (eds) Authentic Reconstruction. London Bloomsbury Academic
  • Charrington, Harry (2018) "A Slap on the Ear” in Harris-Kjisik Architects From Donuts to Muffins – 30 + 30 years of Urban Planning Finnish Literary Society, Helsinki
  • Decermic, Dusan (2018) and Peckham, Andrew (ed.) The Intrinsic and Extrinsic City. Department of Architecture, University of Westminster
  • Deriu, Davide (2018) “Skywalking in the City.” Emotion, Space and Society, forthcoming
  • Deriu, Davide (2018) ‘Guest editors' introduction: Towards a vertigology of contemporary cities’, Emotions, Space and Society, Special Issue on Vertigo in the City, forthcoming
  • Deriu, Davide, (2016-2018) Piccoli, E and Turan Özkaya (eds) Architecture Histories: The Open Access Journal of the EAHN, Special Collection on Travel
  • Goodbun, John (2018) The Cell, the Field, and the Tower: the spaces of ecological cybernetics. in: Rumpfhuber, A (ed) Into the Great Wide Open Barcelona DPR Barcelona
  • Jordan, Kate (2018) ’The Building Sisters of Presteigne’: Gender, Innovation and Tradition in Modern-era Roman Catholic Architecture’ in Jordan, K and Lepine, A (eds) Modern Architecture and Religious Communities, 1850-1970: Building the Kingdom, Routledge
  • Jordan, Kate (2018) and Lepine, Ayla (eds) Modern Architecture and Religious Communities, 1850–1970: Building the Kingdom, Routledge
  • Jordan, Kate (2018) ’Unfair Dismissal: the Legacy of Women Architects working for London Councils’ Architectural Review, 12 March, 2018
  • Jordan, Kate (2018)  ‘Places of Worship in a Changing Faith Landscape’ in S Charlton, C Price & E Harwood (eds) 100 Years, 100 Churches, Batsford, forthcoming
  • Milne, Sarah (2018) With K. Kamvasinou, ‘Surveying the Creative Use of Vacant Space in London, c. 1945-1985’ in Empty Spaces: Confronting emptiness in national, cultural and urban history, eds. C. Campbell, J. Keating, A. Giovine (IHR Publications, forthcoming May 2018)
  • Milne, Sarah (2018) ‘This House is Africa: Accounting for the hostel for ‘Coloured Colonial Seamen’ in London’s East End’ in National Identities Special Issue: Architecture and Nation, ed. S. Pandya (forthcoming July 2018)
  • Milne, Sarah (2018) ‘The Erber: Tracing global trade through a London building’ in Urban History Special Issue: Cities and Globalization in a Pre-Modern World, eds. M Dantas, E. Hart (forthcoming October 2018)
  • Peckham, Andrew (2018) Architecture and its Imprint: Building, Concepts, Publication. London Routledge
  • Peckham, Andrew (2018) and Schmiedeknecht, T (ed) Modernism and the Professional Architecture Journal: Reporting, editing and reconstructing in postwar Europe. Routledge
  • Peckham, Andrew (2018) and Decermic, D (ed) The Intrinsic and Extrinsic City. Department of Architecture, University of Westminster.
  • Peckham, Andrew (2018) Review: Franklin, Geraint, Howell Killick Partridge & Amis, Swindon: Historic England Ancient Monuments Society: Transactions. 62
  • Peckham, Andrew (2016) Beyond formalism: the quiescent art of formal analysis in architecture. Journal of Architecture. 21 (5), pp. 679–689
  • Peckham, Andrew (2018) The Afterlife of the Architecture Journal. in: Schmiedeknecht, T and Peckham, A (eds) Modernism and the Professional Architecture Journal – Reporting, editing and reconstructing in postwar Europe. Routledge
  • Peckham, Andrew (2018) and Schmiedeknecht, T. Introduction. in: Schmiedeknecht, T and Peckham, A (eds) Modernism and the Professional Architecture Journal – Reporting, editing and reconstructing in postwar Europe. Routledge
  • Saleem, Shahed (2018) The British Mosque: An Architectural and Social History, Historic England
  • Wall, Christine (2018) ‘Talking about building/s: oral history and architectural history’ in Speaking of Buildings: Oral History in Architectural Research, Editors: Naomi Stead, Deborah van der Plaat, Janina Gosseye, Princeton University Press, forthcoming
  • Watson, Victoria (2018) Rurality and Minimal Architecture: An inquiry into the genealogy of Tate Modern’s Bankside gallery spaces. AJAR: Arena Journal of Architectural Research

2017

  • Difford, Richard (2017) Infinite Horizons: Le Corbusier, the Pavillon de l’Esprit Nouveau dioramas and the science of visual distance. Journal of Architecture. 22 (5), pp. 825–853.
  • Jordan, Kate (2017) ‘Spotless Lilies and Foul Smelling Weeds: Architecture and Moral Cleanliness in Victorian Magdalen Convents, architecture.com pp. 3–31 (shortlisted for the RIBA Presidents Award for Research, 2016)
  • Saleem, Shahed (2017) ‘London Mosques’ (photo essay) in Unseen London, Hoxton Mini Press
  • Wall, Christine (2017) Constructing Brutalism: in situ knowledge and skill in post-war Britain, in Producing Non-Simultaneity: construction sites as places of progressiveness and continuity eds, Eike-Christian Heine and Christoph Rauhut, Ashgate
  • Wall, Christine (2017), Clarke L, Gleeson C (eds) ‘Women and Low Energy Construction in Europe: a new opportunity?’ in Gender and Climate Change in Rich Countries: Work, Public Policy and Action, Routledge
  • Williams, Julian (2017) Design Studio: A Community of Practitioners? Charrette. 4 (1), pp. 88–100
  • Watson, Victoria (2017) On the Matter and Intelligence of the Architectural Model: Arthur Schopenhauer’s Psychophysiological Theory of Architecture and Konrad Wachsmann’s Design of a Space Structure. AJAR: Arena Journal of Architectural Research. 2 (1), pp. 1–14

2016

  • Bold, John (2016) and Cherry, M (ed) The Politics of Heritage Regeneration in South-East Europe. Strasbourg Council of Europe Publishing
  • Charrington, Harry (2016) “Retailing Aalto in London.” N. Stritzler-Levine (ed). Artek and the Aaltos, 101–142. New Haven: Yale University Press
  • Charrington, Harry (2016) “Artek and the Aalto Atelier in Postwar Finland.” N Stritzler-Levine (ed) Artek and the Aaltos, 573–604. New Haven: Yale University Press
  • Charrington, Harry (2016) “The Artek Manifesto in Practice – Baker House Senior Dormitory; Säynätsalo Town Hall; Rautatalo; National Pensions Institute
  • Deriu, Davide (2016) ‘“Don’t Look Down!” – A Short History of Rooftopping Photography’, The Journal of Architecture 21(7) 1–29
  • Deriu, Davide (2016) ‘Modernity in Minature: Points of View’ in I. Bergera (ed) Modelling for the Camera: Photography of Architectural Models in Spain, 1925-1970, Madiris: La Fábrica, pp. 28–41
  • Goodbun, John (2016) Mud and Modernity. ARENA Journal of Architectural Research. 1 (1), p. 4
  • Lau, Constance (2016) Dialogical Designs. United Kingdom Lightning Source
  • Saleem, Shahed (2016) 'Building and Becoming; The Shahporan Mosque and the Unfolding of Muslim Visual Identity in London’ in ‘Religion and Visual Culture in London’, Eds. Chloë, B Quash, A Rosen. IB Taurus 2016
  • Peckham, Andrew (2016) and Lewi, H. Transcribing The Journal of Architecture: research, production and publication 2004–2013. The Journal of Architecture. 21 (4), pp. 479–489
  • Wall, Christine (2016) New Notions of Value in Modern Architecture, in Modern Futures, eds. Craggs, R, and Neate, H, London: Uniform Books
  • Wall, Christine (2016) Further Studies in the History of Construction: Proceedings of the Third Conference of the Construction History Society (2016). Edited by James WP Campbell, Nicholas Bill, Michael Driver, Michael Heaton, Yiting Pan, Michael Tutton, Christine Wall and David Yeomans, Cambridge: Construction History Society
  • Watson, Victoria (2016) Twentieth Century Modern Architecture and the Countryside: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's design for a country golf clubhouse for the Krefeld Golf Club Association, Transactions of the Ancient Monuments Society, 60, pp. 80–93, 0951-001X

2015

  • Deriu, Davide (2015) A Challenge to the West: British Views of Republican Ankara. In: The City in the Muslim World: Depictions by Western Travel Writers. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 279–302. ISBN 978-1138842625
  • Goodbun, John (2015) Till, J, Rumpfhuber, A and Klein, M. 2015. The Design of Scarcity. Moscow Strelka
  • Peckham, Andrew (2015) Architecture and its imprint. Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415673235 (In Press)
  • Wall, Christine (2015) ‘Modular Men: Architects, labour and standardisation in mid 20th century Britain’ in Industries of Architecture, eds, Amhoff, T Beech, N and Lloyd-Thomas, K, Routledge
  • Wall, Christine, (2015) Beech N., Clarke L. ‘On Site’, in Industries of Architecture, edited Nick Beech, Katie Lloyd Thomas, Tilo Amhoff, Routledge
  • Watson, Victoria A (2015) Beyond Suprematism, 01. [Artefact]

2014

  • Bold, John (2014) Old Royal Naval College Greenwich Souvenir Guide. London Old Royal Naval College Greenwich
  • Charrington, Harry (2014) “Early Organic Modern 1920–1930s”, “Gut Gurkau Farm”, “Taliesin West”, “Centre for Development Studies in Trivandrum”, “Maverick Mid-Century”, “Boa Nova Tea House”, “Säynätsalo Town Hall”, “Sea Ranch”, “New Organic 1960-1970s”. D. Jones (ed.) Architecture: The Whole Story, London: Thames & Hudson
  • Deriu, Davide (2014) Carte blanche? In: Forty ways to think about architecture: architectural history and theory today. Wiley, London, pp. 77–82. ISBN 9781118822616
  • Difford, Richard (2014) Conversions of Relief: on the perception of depth in drawings. Journal of Architecture. 19 (4), pp. 483–510
  • Goodbun, John (2014) Field, F, and Watson, VA. 2014. Space-Time and Architecture. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society. 67, pp. 322–331
  • Peckham, Andrew (2014) Letters: When buildings don’t speak. arq: Architectural Research Quarterly, 18 (3). pp. 198–201
  • Shrigley, Gordon, ed. (2014) Le petite mort. Marmalade publishers of visual theory, London
  • Wall, Christine (2014) ‘Recording the ‘Building World’: how oral history transforms construction history’ in eds., Campbell, J, Andrews, W, et.al Proceedings of the first Construction History Society Conference, Construction History Society
  • Wall, Christine and Clarke, L (2014) ‘Are women ‘not up to’ working in construction – at all times and everywhere?’ Chapter 1 in Building the Future: women in construction, edited by Meg Munn MP, London: The Smith Institute
  • Watson, Victoria A (2014) A New Temple Landscape. P.E.A.R. (Paper for Emerging Architecture Research), 6. pp. 82–87. ISSN 2041-2878
  • Watson, Victoria A (2014) Achilles Turning. [Artefact]
  • Watson, Victoria A (2014) Peleus in the Morning Sunlight. [Artefact]
  • Watson, Victoria A (2014) Flying Circus 012, The Four Elements. [Artefact]
  • Watson, Victoria A (2014) Flying Circus 011, Formal Models. [Artefact]
  • Watson, Victoria A (2014) Flying Circus 010, The Marriage of Lumen & Lux. [Artefact] 
  • Watson, Victoria (2014) Field, F Goodbun, John. 2014. Space-Time and Architecture. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society. 67, pp. 322–331
  • Williams, Julian (2014) The design studio as liminal space. Charrette. 1 (1), pp. 61–71

2013

  • Bold, John ‘Sustaining Heritage in South-East Europe: Working with the Council of Europe, 2003-10.’ The Historic Environment, 4 (1) 2013: 75-86. DOI: 10.1179/1756750513Z.00000000026
  • Bold, John ‘Walter Sickert and the image of Camden Town.’ The British Art Journal, 13 (3) 2012/2013: 95-100
  • Deriu, Davide ‘Picturing Modern Ankara: New Turkey in Western Imagination.’ The Journal of Architecture, 18 (4), 2013
  • Dernie, David ‘Elevating Mallarmé's Shipwreck.’ Buildings 3 (2) 2013: 324-340
  • DOI: 10.3390/buildings3020324
  • Dernie, David ‘The Symbolist Interior and Crystal Imagination.’ Architecture Research Quarterly 17 (1/2), 2013
  • Golzari, N ‘Abadan and Khormashahr.’ In Fraser, M. and Golzari, N. (Eds.). Human Habitation: Architecture, Settlement and Cultural Identity in the Persian Gulf Region. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013
  • Kane, Josie British Amusement Parks. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013
  • Kane, Josie ‘Edwardian Amusement Parks: The Pleasure Garden Reborn?’  In J. Conlin (Ed.) The Pleasure Garden, from Vauxhall to Coney Island, 217-245. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013
  • Peckham, Andrew and Schmiedeknecht, Torsten (Eds.) The Rationalist Reader: architecture and rationalism in Western Europe 1920–1940 and 1960–1990. London: Routledge, 2013
  • Peckham, Andrew ‘Cataloguing Architecture: the Library of the Architect in Literatures.’ In S. Mays (Ed.) Libraries and Archives. London, Routledge, 2013
  • Wall, Christine An Architecture of Parts: Architects, Building Workers and Industrialisation in Britain 1940-1970. London: Routledge, 2013

2012

  • Bold, John. ‘The Later History of Greenwich: A River Landscape and Architectural Statement.’ In S Doran (edd) Royal River - Power, Pageantry and the Thames, 114-120. London, Scala and Royal Museums Greenwich, 2012
  • Deriu, Davide. ‘Transforming Ideas into Pictures: Model Photography and Modern Architecture.’ In A Higgott and T Wray (eds) Camera Constructs: Photography, Architecture and the Modern City, 159-178. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012
  • Wall, Christine et al The Art of Concrete: building the South Bank Arts Complex. London: University of Westminster, 2012
  • Wall, Christine et al Building the Barbican 1962-1982. London: University of Westminster, 2012
  • Wall, Christine et al Building the M1 Motorway. London: University of Westminster, 2012
  • Wall, Christine et al It Was a New World: building Sizewell A nuclear power stationLondon: University of Westminster, 2012
  • Clarke, Linda, McGuire, Charlie and Wall, Christine ‘The development of building labour in Britain in the twentieth century: is it distinct from elsewhere in Europe?’ In Dainty, A and Loosemore, M (eds) Human Resource Management in Construction: Critical Perspectives, 51-79. London: Taylor and Francis, 2012
  • Wall, Christine ‘Something to Show for It: the place of mementoes in women’s oral histories of work.’ In J Goodwin (ed) Sage Biographical Research. Volume Four: Other documents of life: photographs, cyber documents and ephemera. London: Sage, 2012
  • Wall, Christine ‘Concrete Constructors: Oral History Accounts of Building Work on a Large, Complex Site in 1960s Britain.’ In Carvais et al. (Eds.) The Nuts and Bolts of Construction History Volume 2, 125-133. Paris: Picard, 2012
  • Watson, Victoria Utopian Adventure: The Corviale Void. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012
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