ALASTAIR GORDON is an award-winning critic, curator, cultural historian and author. For more than 20 years, he wrote on architecture and environment for the New York Times and in 2008 became Contributing Editor on design for WSJ Magazine, launching the popular “Wall-to-Wall” design blog on the Wall Street Journal’s web site. His essays have appeared in many other publications including Architectural Digest, Vanity Fair, Le Monde, Architectural Record, New York Observer, House & Garden and Dwell. Gordon has published more than 28 books, including such critically-acclaimed titles as Naked Airport; Spaced Out; Theater of Shopping; Arquitectonica: Lessons from the Sun; Beach Houses: Andrew Geller; Wandering Forms; and Unfolded: How Architecture Saved my Life.
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