Pawley, Martin (Edward)
PAWLEY, Martin (Edward)
PAWLEY, Martin (Edward). British, b. 1938. Genres: Architecture. Career: Architect's Journal, London, news editor, 1967-69; housing consultant to the government of Chile, 1972-73; consultant on low-cost construction to the U.N., 1975-77; consultant to the state government of Florida, 1977-79; with the City of Los Angeles Planning Dept., 1979-80; Building Design, London, editor, 1981-83; Guardian newspaper, architecture critic, 1984-91; Observer newspaper, London, architecture critic; World Architecture magazine, editor. Publications: Architecture versus Housing, 1971; Frank Lloyd Wright: Public Buildings, 1971; Le Corbusier, 1971; Mies van der Rohe, 1971; Eero Saarinen, 1972; Paul Rudolph, 1972; Oscar Niemeyer, 1972; Richard Neutra, 1972; Philip Johnson, 1972; The Private Future, 1974; Garbage Housing, 1975; Home Ownership, 1979; Building for Tomorrow, 1982; Theory and Design in the Second Machine Age, 1990; Buckminster Fuller, 1990; Eva Jiriena: Design in Exile, 1990; Future Systems: The Story of Tomorrow, 1993; Norman Foster, 1999; Twentieth Century Architecture, 2000. Address: 21 Bramham Gardens, London SW5, England.