Current Dean of the School of the Built Environment at Westminster University since 2008 and partner at Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, Jeremy Till both practises and teaches architecture. He was Britain’s representative in 2006 at the Venice Architecture Biennale. In 2004, 9 Stock Orchard Street, which he designed with Sarah Wigglesworth and is perhaps their most famous building, won the prestigious RIBA Sustainability Prize. In his latest book, Architecture Depends, he argues that architecture is a dependent discipline and offers a critique of the architectural establishment which he believes tries to escape this dependency.
Books by Jeremy Till
Interviews with Jeremy Till
Architecture depends at the building stage on money and politics, and later on users, time and weather. Jeremy Till picks five books to allow you behind the scenes of the building sites.