|Title||Questions of authenticity: brickwork and ‘found space’|
|Authors||McCormack, S. and Peckham, A.|
Our paper examines the Brick House, completed by Caruso St John Architects in 2005. Nearly invisible from the street with its unusual form and ‘brick’ nomenclature, this clearly is no ordinary house. Despite or perhaps because of its elusive character, which confounds expectations, the house has won universal praise from commentators but has prompted little deeper analysis. The architects set out their agenda for the project in an allusive text that, despite intriguing contradictions, has remained largely unquestioned.
|Journal||Architectural Research Quarterly|
|Journal citation||15 (2), pp. 105-118|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1017/S1359135511000534|