Examining twelve halls built by award winning architect Níall McLaughlin, this book examines both practice and typology providing further insight to the ethos of the firm:
"Are buildings immutable artefacts, or are they what passes through them? They frame and endure the changing light of day, comings and goings, the regular rhythms of use and the slow burn of weather. A building is built for a purpose, but it acquires new meanings over time. It is both an enduring physical presence and a mediator for known and imagined things that flow through it."
London, 2018, 24x30mm, 240pp. illustrated, Paperback.