Principal of the London-based architecture office Caruso St John, together with Peter St John, Adam Caruso has developed an intense study of architecture as a subject, focusing his thoughts on the updated interpretations of the so-called tradition of the Modern Movement. Following in the footsteps of Sigurd Lewerentz, A Material Basis for Form
(1997), The Tyranny of the New
(1998), The Feeling of Things
(1999), The Emotional City
(2000), and Towards an Ontology of Construction
(2002), all teach us to discover new radical approaches to modern and contemporary architecture.