Rough House written up in “The New Urban House: A Global Survey”

Rough House has been published in The New Urban House: A Global Survey. Written by Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathaki, the feature highlights Measured’s collaborative process throughout the life of the project.

The authors write, “This house is an architectural experiment, a rare case of a true collaboration between the architects that designed it and the craftspeople and tradespeople who worked on its detailing and ornamentation.”

In The New Urban House: A Global Survey, authors “Jonathan Bell and Ellie Stathaki have selected urban structures from around the world to serve as both exemplary solutions and standout works of art—in Beijing and Mexico City, Athens and Tokyo, Los Angeles and Cape Town. By examining buildings on six continents, from both emerging architects and established studios such as Zaha Hadid Architects, MVRDV, and Johnston Marklee, this stunning volume explores the many ways in which architecture can enhance the experience of dwelling in a modern city by responding to traditional styles and challenges of site and providing a broader understanding of place.”

Jonathan Bell is a journalist specializing in contemporary architecture and design. Ellie Stathaki is a journalist and architecture editor at Wallpaper* magazine. Their book is now available for purchase.

/ read more






Like it? Share it!