Timothy Brittain-Catlin is an architect who has been writing about contemporary and historical architecture for many years. He teaches both design and the history and theory of architecture at the Kent School of Architecture, Canterbury, UK, and previously taught at the Architectural Association, the University of Cambridge, NYU in London, and the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. He is the author of Bleak Houses: Failure and Disappointment in Architecture (The MIT Press, 2014) which proposes new ways of addressing problematic and off-beat subjects in architectural history. He is currently the deputy chairman of The Twentieth Century Society, the national amenity group that campaigns for the protection and enjoyment of British twentieth-century buildings.
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