Hugh Pearman (architecture critic)

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Hugh Pearman is the architecture critic of The Sunday Times and editor of the RIBA Journal, the magazine of the Royal Institute of British Architects.[1] His own website hughpearman.com contains extended and updated versions of his previously published writing and some web-only content.[2]

He is the author of several books [3][4] including Contemporary World Architecture, published by Phaidon, Airports: A Century of Architecture, published by Laurence King and Abrams, and Equilibrium: the work of Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners, published by Phaidon.

He has been attached to The Sunday Times since 1986,[5] and edits the RIBA Journal.[6] Other newspapers he has contributed to include the Guardian, The Observer, the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. Other magazines he has written for include Newsweek, Art Quarterly, Royal Academy Magazine, Crafts, Architectural Record, the Architectural Review, and World of Interiors, among many other publications.[7] He has served on Arts Council England's architecture advisory group,[8] and was one of the instigators of The RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture in 1996.[9] From 2000 to 2004 he chaired the "Art for Architecture" initiative at the Royal Society of Arts.[10] He was made an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2001.[11] He is an honorary vice-president of London's Architectural Association.[12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biographical information from Who's Who, pub. A & C Black, London, 2010, and reference to the two publications
  2. ^ Intute listing
  3. ^ Books and articles by and about Hugh Pearman on WorldCat
  4. ^ Hugh Pearman at the archINFORM database. (includes references to publications)
  5. ^ Biographical information from Who's Who, pub. A & C Black, London, 2010, and reference to the two publications
  6. ^ Editors of the RIBA Journal
  7. ^ References to Hugh Pearman on MSAcademic
  8. ^ Arts Council of England members 1995
  9. ^ Stirling Prize coverage on SkyscraperCity
  10. ^ Press announcement
  11. ^ RIBA list of its honorary fellows
  12. ^ Association, Architectural. "Governance at the AA". Retrieved 11 December 2014. 

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