Norman Foster
Complete Works

Covering a forty-year period from the establishment of Team 4 in 1964, through the formation of Foster Associates to the advent of Foster + Partners, this six-volume series documents Norman Foster’s entire career to date. Comprehensive project histories and thematic essays by noted commentators explore the design and construction of buildings that have defined Foster’s design distinctive philosophy. Together, the six volumes provide the definitive survey of a remarkable body of work.

‘Not since the Wren Society published twenty large volumes documenting the works of Sir Christopher Wren in the 1920s and 1930s has there been such an ambitious venture devoted to one architect as Norman Foster’s giant catalogue raisonné.’
— Marcus Binney, The Times

‘This important volume [Works 1] is the keystone of a major project … Foster has been fortunate and astute to secure David Jenkins, one of the foremost architectural editors of this generation.’
— Studio International

‘Like the buildings it is stylish in a matter-of-fact way … stylish and beautiful without any gimmicks or eccentricities.’
— The Architectural Review

‘It includes a staggering wealth of drawings … consistently superb photography … an architectural treasure chest.’
— The Times (Business)

 

Series editor
David Jenkins

Authors
Multiple

Designers
Per Arnoldi, Thomas Manss & Company

Publisher
Prestel Verlag

297 × 240mm
580pp
Hb c.800 colour
400 b&w illustrations

Works 1
2002
ISBN 978-3-7913-2534-7

Works 2
2005
ISBN 978-3-7913-3017-4

Works 3
2007
ISBN 978-3-7913-3257-4

Works 4
2004
ISBN 978-3-7913-2852-2

Works 5
2009
ISBN 978-3-7913-3258-1

Works 6
2014
ISBN 978-3-7913-3259-8