Ken Shuttleworth founded Make in 2004, having worked on some of the world’s most iconic and groundbreaking architectural landmarks while at Foster + Partners. Make is a creative and imaginative international practice with innovative and environmentally-responsible design as its hallmark. The practice currently has a broad range of projects underway, ranging from residential towers, sporting venues and office developments to hospitals and urban masterplans. Recently completed projects include Handball Arena for the London 2012 Olympics, Weihai Pavilion in China, The Cube in Birmingham, an office refurbishment for HSBC Private Bank in Geneva, and the Gateway Build ing for the University of Nottingham. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
David Taylor is a writer on architecture and built environment matters. He edits New London Quarterly, an award-winning magazine which tackles key issues across all sectors as they affect the English capital. He has also written and contributed to a number of books including Plus, a book about architects Jestico + Whiles; Volume, a book about architects Stanton Williams; Continued, a book about architects Buckley Gray Yeoman; 1001 Buildings You Must See Before You Die; Liverpool: Regeneration of a City Centre; and Architec ture & Commerce: New Office Design in London. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
The Future of Cities
KenShuttleworth and David Taylor
How will tall buildings shape the cities of the future? atrium and acting as the visual and social focus for
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