A Visual Inventory’ is a collection of some of the 200,000 photographs leading British architect John Pawson has taken during his career.
This beautiful 320 page book, co-authored with Alison Morris, gives a wonderful insight into some of the things that inspire and inform Pawson’s work. Each photograph is given their own page allowing each image space to breathe and are accompanied by Pawson’s personal notes.
The book was designed by Camberwell College of Arts BA Graphic Design alumnus Rory Gleeson together with fellow University of the Arts graduate Nicholas Barba, both whom work for John Pawson.
A Visual Inventory is a selection of images chosen and annotated by John Pawson from his personal archive.
A selection of images from the archive of acclaimed architectural designer John Pawson (b.1949), paired and annotated to create a comprehensive and inspirational source book
Contains hundreds of snapshots taken around the world and captioned by the author of Phaidon’s successful Minimum
Paired with an illuminating caption, each image offers a different lesson in light, material, scale, proportion and many more ideas vital to creative visual thinking
Offers the unique opportunity of looking alongside a designer famed for his remarkable eye