BD ONLINE FEATURE: ENTERING ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE
Read the article by JTAIT at the BDOnline here. ‘… It looked like covid might frustrate James Tait’s planned new book – until he realised lockdown had suddenly made architects all over the world much more available’
ENTERING ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE FEATURED IN ARCHDAILY
Entering Architectural Practice has been featured in ArchDaily.com under the publications section – here.
25% OFF ENTERING ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE
Enter the discount code: EAPT25 for an exclusive 25% off all editions of Entering Architectural Practice at the Routledge website – here.
'WONDERFUL' - KENGO KUMA
Kengo Kuma on ‘Entering Architectural Practice’ – ‘A wonderful book, which really digs into the relationship between architecture and philosophies of architects.’
ENTERING ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE FEATURED IN THE WEBSITE OF RENOWNED SPANISH ARCHITECT, ALBERTO CAMPO BAEZA
See a link to the feature on Alberto’s website here.
ENTERING ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE - OUT NOW
‘Entering Architectural Practice is a practical and honest guide for architecture students, entering the world of architectural practice. AVAILABLE HERE
Featuring exclusive interviews with the internationally renowned architects: Kengo Kuma; Alberto Campo Baeza; Špela Videčnik (OFIS); Fernanda Canales; Jonathan Sergison (Sergison Bates); Jane Hall (Assemble).
‘Simply essential reading for every individual about to embark on a career in practice.’
REVIEW AT CANADIAN ARCHITECT MAGAZINE - THE ARCHITECTURE CONCEPT BOOK
The Architecture Concept Book reviewed here by Canadian Architect magazine:
“Accessible, inspiring, and humane, The Architecture Concept Book is a finely crafted educational tool that takes readers on a rewarding and informative journey through the complex and multifaceted process of architectural design.”
DIALOGUE: IN CONVERSATION WITH JONATHAN SERGISON ON THE ARCHITECTURE CONCEPT BOOK
“I felt inspired by that sense of ever learning and ever needing to be provoked by an insistence that architecture is led by the evolution or the development of a strong concept – that’s a really important lesson.”
Read the discussion between Jonathan Sergison and James Tait on the Architecture Concept Book here at the Strategies for Architecture Blog.
AJ BUILDING STUDY: RECLAIM THE STREETS
Read the building study by JTAIT on the Anderston Phase 4 and 5 Housing development by Collective Architecture here at the Architects Journal.
STRATHCLYDE DEGREE SHOW REVIEW
Read the review by JTAIT of the University of Strathclyde Architecture Degree Show here at the Architects Journal.
REVIEW AT SCENE POINT BLANK WEBZINE FOR THE ARCHITECTURE CONCEPT BOOK
The Architecture Concept Book reviewed here by culture webzine, A Scene Point Blank:
“The Architecture Concept Book is an integral resource book for students ingrained in the subject matter as well as those tangentially interested in what creates the foundation of our day-to-day.”
THE ARCHITECTURE CONCEPT BOOK - OUT NOW
The Architecture Concept Book, by James Tait.
” An inspirational and insightful resource for architecture students and professionals, offering a fresh perspective and new approaches for the challenges of the 21st century.”
Published by Thames and Hudson in the UK, USA, and South Korea.