Malcolm Quantrill's new tome on the work of Norman Foster's studio strikes a good balance. There's an intriguing dose of the personal (including photos of baby Norman on holiday with his family), a smattering of interviews, an informative text, in-depth analysis of particular buildings, plus plenty of photos and drawings.Quantrill's ...
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