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04/12/2014Book Review: The Architecture Chronicle: Diary of anArchitectural Practice by Jan Katteinblogs.lse.ac.uk/lsereviewofbooks/2014/12/04/book-review-the-architecture-chronicle-diary-of-an-architectural-practice-by-jan-kattein/Andrew Molloy finds The Architecture Chronicle to be a fascinating and provocative book whichchallenges the traditional approach to writing about and describing architecture. It dispels the myth of the individualgenius, while at the same time describing in detail what architects do, revealing the genuine value they bring to theconstruction process. This volume would be a great read for new students of the profession, allowing them throughthe doors and making them acutely aware of their responsibilities and potentials. The Architecture Chronicle: Diary of an Architectural Practice. Jan Kattein.Ashgate. 2014.Find this book: Many authors who write on architectural practice have a tendency to describe the profession from the point of viewof the objects created. ...