Synopses & Reviews
Roger Madelin of Argent LPC with Demetri Porphyrios, one of the world's leading traditional-style architects and Bishop Visiting Professor, and George Knight, critic, explore projects that highlight dialogues between historic buildings and new districts to create human city centers, throughout the larger framework of a master plan.
This book documents the third collaborative developer/architect studio at the Yale School of Architecture.
This book focuses on architect Demetri Porphyrios and developer Roger Madelin projects that highlight dialogues between historic buildings and new districts to create city centers in a master plan for Kings Cross London with the Yale School of Architecture.
About the Author
George Knight has experience as a gun trader, gunsmith, and firearms investment advisor spanning nearly fifty years. Holding degrees in economics and marketing, his professional background extends to both large multinational corporations and small businesses. Born and raised in the Midwest, Knight settled in the east, with his wife and spends his time searching for modern and antique guns and hunting with his dog. He lives in Warwick, New York.Nina Rappaport is publications editor at the Yale School of Architecture.