EDC Bibliography

Design Source Book, conception, editing and contributor (MacDonald, London 1986)
Spanish Design and Architecture (Cassell/Studio Vista, London 1990)
New Design Source Book, update (MacDonald, London 1992)
Javier Mariscal: Designing the New Spain (Fourth Estate, London 1992)

contributor to:
Contemporary Architecture (St James, London 1993)
Spanish Cultural Studies (Oxford University Press, 1995)
Eyewitness Guide to Barcelona (Dorling Kindersley, 1996)
Gaudi's Barcelona (Antenna Audio Guide, 2006)
Companion to Architecture (Oxford University Press, 2009)

selection for Building Design:
Archigram/Piranesi exhibition (2003)
Bernini's Towers
Carlo Mollino book review (2006)
Eliot Noyes book review (2006)
George Dance exhibition review
Godsell Bonilla interview
Inigo Jones
Mars Group exhibition (2003)
Sert book review (2004)
Washington Mall
Connell Ward and Lucas book review (2009)

other publications:
Bilbao 2000 exhibition catalogue, Royal Festival Hall (1995)
Chus Bures Designer exhibition catalogue (1997)
'Signos del Siglo' 100 years of graphic arts exhibition catalogue, Reina Sofia Centre, Madrid (1999)
Les Fabriques i els Somnis exhibition catalogue review (Textile History, 2004)

and articles for:
Metropolis New York, Diseno Interior Madrid, Els Temes de Disseny Barcelona, Journal of Design History, Design magazine, International Architecture and Construction, World Architecture, Direction, Campaign, Designer, Blueprint, AA Quarterly, Architects' Journal.
EDC wrote for Designer magazine for six years and has been editor of the Docomomo Newsletter since 2000.

Picasso's Legacy, Tate Gallery, 1995
The Culture of Design in the 80s, Elisava Design School, Barcelona, 1996
Myths of the Mies Pavilion, Docomomo International Conference, Unesco, Paris, 2000
Myths of the Mies Pavilion, Whitechapel Gallery Mies exhibition, 2000

Constructing the Nation: Architecture and politics in Nationalist Spain 1939-1949 (MA thesis), Royal College of Art 1991, St Martin's School of Design, 1993
Private and Community Space, Royal College of Art School of Architecture, 1996
Architecture and Political Ideals: Social Housing as an expression of ideology in Spain 1980-95, Institute of Historical Studies, 1996
Modernism in Hampstead, 1999
Spanish Republican Architecture, Docomomo seminars, 2001
Post-War Register, Docomomo seminars, 2005
Architecture of Authority, Kensington Town Hall, Docomomo Register, Docomomo seminars 2010

MA thesis: Constructing the Nation: Architecture and politics in Nationalist Spain 1939-1949
The Use of Brick in Modern Movement Architecture
Post-war Social Housing in London
Architecture as an Expression of Political Ideology
Private and Community Space
Review of Lifetime Homes, Lifetime Neighbourhoods
Gender and Cultural Issues in Planning and Design of Social Housing and Neighbourhoods
Soft, Hard and Plastic: towards an analytical framework for assessing planned and built environments (ongoing)
A Vision for Edenham: Community Project with residents of Cheltenham Estate, next to Trellick Tower (2010, ongoing)
Conserving Living Buildings: Goldfinger’s Trellick Tower (continuation of Soft, hard and Plastic research, for ICOMOS Conference, Madrid, June 2011)

I have given numerous seminars at schools of design and architecture, and organised study tours for students and for practitioners to Madrid, four times to Barcelona, and am planning tours to Galicia and to Andalucia.

Recent seminars:
Consultation to Revolution: the story of Wornington Green (Community Participation course, MA Planning, Bartlett School of Planning and Architecture, UCL, 2008)
How to Alienate a Community in 10 Easy Steps (as above, Bartlett, 2009)
'34,000 people can be wrong': The Saga of the Save the Portobello Market Facebook Group (as above, Bartlett, 2010)

June 2011