Ernö Goldfinger is now regarded as one of the key players in the architectural Modern Movement in Britain.
However, his work was not without controversy, and he fought to make his vision understood. Goldfinger lived for architecture, but politics, art, writing, and friends were also essential to him.
Based on research at the Goldfinger archives, Nigel Warburton, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the Open University explores the architect's fascinating life and work.
Warburton's previous books include Philosophy: The Basics, The Art Question, and Free Speech: A Very Short Introduction.
Producer, John Escolme. Reader, Bertie Carvel.
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