Mackintosh's work has gained increasing respect internationally and his influence is considerable both locally and in the world of architecture and design. This volume looks at the development of his work, discussing projects in detail, and presenting an insightful analysis of Mackintosh's work. Steele draws comparison s with other contemporaries such as MacLaren, Voysey and Baillie-Scott. The book also includes several previously unpublished views of his most important buildings and his work as a painter.
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About the Author
James Steele is an architect who has taught architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia and Texas Tech University, Lubbock. He is currently Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. He is author of several books, including Hassan Fathy, Architectural Monograph No 13, and The Museum Builders; and editor of Architecture for a Changing World, Architecture in Process and Architecture for Islamic Societies Today, all published by Academy Editions.