Photographer, Builder with Light
Text by Andrew Higgott
He is best known for his work in The Architectural Review in the 1950s, when his photographs of functional buildings such as warehouse and canal structures influenced a generation of architects, helping to create a new language that expanded the possibilities of architectural design at a time when the ideals of Modernism were being revalued.
100 pages, 102 duotone ills
343 x 273 mm, Paperback, 1990