Glenn Murcutt: Buildings and Projects 1962-2003
by Francoise Fromonot, a review from The Atlantic Monthly by Benjamin Schwarz.
"Glenn Murcutt, an Australian architect who in 2002 won his field's highest honor, the Pritzker Prize, is probably the most atypical of the great living architects. Most 'starchitects' design buildings for an international clientele; although Murcutt has been deeply influenced by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and the Finnish designer Alvar Aalto, he refuses to work outside Australia, insisting that extraordinary architecture emerges only from a profound grasp of climate, culture, and environment." Read the entire Atlantic Monthly review.