Alan Powers con Robin Hood Gardens: Re-Visions (Twentieth Century Architecture)
'Robin Hood Gardens: Re-Visions' collates a series of photographs, essays and a conversation between the Smithsons detailing the full history of the estate... It is a worthy totem of appreciation to a visionary housing project admired by thousands in its lifetime.' --Design Talks, Andrea Klettner
'...it's a beautiful book.' --The Architects Journal, James Pallister
Dr. Alan Powers is a British author specialising in books on architecture and a Professor in Architecture and Cultural History at the University of Greenwich in east London; he is also Chairman of Pollock's Toy Museum in London. As a book author, he has concentrated on 20th century British architecture, with an interest in architectural preservation. He has also written books on the design of book jackets and the artist Eric Ravilious. He joint editor of the journal Twentieth Century Architecture for the Twentieth Century Society. An expert on 20th century architecture, Alan Powers was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 2008.