Dr Rory Hyde is curator of contemporary architecture and urbanism at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and adjunct senior research fellow of the University of Melbourne.
His first book Future Practice: Conversations from the Edge of Architecture is available from Routledge.
Rory Hyde's Latest contributions
Robin Boyd’s resolve to do “better with less” still remains as relevant today. Rory Hyde evaluates the RVIA Small Homes Service’s legacy and its potential application to today’s increasingly diffused cities.
Architecture collective Assemble’s win in the Turner Prize is a coup for socially engaged practice. What does it mean for architecture to be considered art?