This book features Nicholas Grimshaw's work from the late 1980s to the late 1990s, which includes some of Europe's most prestigious commissions: in Berlin he was planning a new Stock Exchange, while in London he built on the success of his Financial Times printing plant with his stunning new international railway terminal at Waterloo, which was completed to wide acclaim.
Kenneth Powell is former Architecture Correspondent of the Daily Telegraph and a Consultant Editor of Architectural Design. He is a renowned architectural critic, journalist and prolific author. He has also written Richard Rogers, Complete Works, Volumes 1-3, published by Phaidon.
Rowan Moore is former Editor of Blueprint and currently Architecture Correspondent of the London Evening Standard.