Interview with Kenneth Frampton on the work of James Stirling and their personal relationship.
13 August 2007
Charles Jencks (1939 – 2019) was an American cultural theorist, historian, and landscape designer who played a major role in the development of the discourse around postmodernism in architecture. He was the co-author, with George Baird of the highly influential book, Meaning in Architecture in 1969, and then of The Language of Postmodern Architecture (1977). Jencks was a close friend and colleague of James Stirling throughout Stirling’s career.