Author(s): Mark Irving
1001 Buildings You Must See Before You Die is the complete yet accessible guide to the architectural masterpieces of the world - a compendium of familiar landmarks and undiscovered gems that will inform and delight everyone with an interest in architecture and travel.
Mark Irving has been an art and architecture writer for numerous newspapers including The Times, the Financial Times, the Independent on Sunday, the Guardian and the Scotsman as well as magazines such as Domus, Blueprint, Prospect, Time, L'Espresso, The New Statesman and Knack Weekend. He wrote and presented the critically acclaimed three-part television series The Story of Art Deco. Mark has contributed essays to numerous books and catalogues, and conceived and produced the flip book for the Serpentine Gallery's Talks Marathon in 2006. He currently lectures at Central Saint Martins, London.