|Modernity and reinvention: the architecture of James Gowan, ed.by Ellis Woodman|
|Los Angeles: the architecture of four ecologies, Reyner Banham|
After his partnership with James Stirling ended, Mr Gowan went on to design housing schemes in Greenwich and Essex, as well as a four-storey house for Chaim Schreiber, leading furniture manufacturer of the 1960s, in Hampstead, London. Mr Gowan also taught at the Architectural Association, Heriot Watt University, and the Royal College of Art in London, where he inspired many architects, including Richard Rogers.
|Building footprints, by Eduardo Sacriste|
We're delighted to receive a selection of books which represent Mr Gowan's interests and the era that he worked in, including texts by architects such as Reyner Banham who admired Mr Gowan's work.