Synopses & Reviews
A beguiling combination of anecdote, analysis, and opinion, London: Bread and Circuses is Jonathan Glancey's personal and political take on a city he loves.
Jonathan Glancey is a wonderful communicator.
This illustrated guide to the changing architecture of London argues that new developments are a deliberate distraction from the city's economic and political problems.
Explores London"s Millennial follies and asks how and where London might now channel its energies.
About the Author
Jonathan Glancey is Architecture and Design Editor of the Guardian, a position he previously held at the Independent. An Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects, his previous books include New British Architecture, Twentieth Century Architecture and The Story of Architecture.