The magazine didn't just cover the glory years of suburban America, writes Steve Parnell – it helped to create them
The way that corporations styled themselves in the 1960s and 70s was ruled by big books full of the smallest details, says Steve Parnell
Britain’s postwar landscape is illuminated through the stories of the people who planned, built and lived in it, says Steve Parnell
This collection of essays and interviews sheds much-needed light on an era of radical sociopolitical change, says Steve Parnell.
Making WET: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing tells the story of the l970s
countercultural magazine. WET's founder Leonard Koren once said
that even he didn't know what 'gourmet bathing' meant but, as Steve Parnell
explains, it had more to do with architecture than you might expect.
Eight years after his death, the architect who built very little – and occasionally argued for the demolition of what he did complete – is still making people think sideways about the spaces we inhabit.