Category:Guy Booth

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Guy Booth trained as an architect in the 1970’s. A gifted designer, he maintains a keen interest in the history of architecture and related design disciplines ranging from fashion to technology. He has worked in London, Belfast, the Sudan, Hong Kong, Qatar, France, Italy and Switzerland on projects as diverse as churches, private palaces and the design of cities. He has devised a simple method of understanding the complexities of design that everyone can grasp. In 1983 he set-up his own practice in London. He was asked to write the biography of the Victorian architect Sir Charles Barry, creator of The Palace of Westminster. Enthused by this task, and later inspired by the majesty of the Swiss Alps, he decided to write full time. The Arthur Moreau Story is fiction that fuses philosophy with fabulous experience. The author’s potent imagination sees life as a gorgeous story to tell.

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