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About William Hall
William Hall trained at Central Saint Martins in London and began his career in the office of the minimalist architect John Pawson. Hall now runs his own design and art direction practice in London, working with clients such as Wayne McGregor, MoMA and Tate.
As a book designer Hall has had an illustrious career with a wide variety of publications to his credit, including: 'Architecture of Truth' (Phaidon, 2001); 'Living and Eating' (Ebury, 2001); Giorgio Locatelli's 'Made In Italy' (Fourth Estate, 2006); 'Plain Space' (Phaidon, 2010); 'Mies' (Phaidon, 2014); 'elBulli 2005–2011' (Phaidon, 2014); and 'Sculpture: Vertical...' (Yale, 2017). 'Concrete', 'Brick', 'Wood' and 'Stone' were all conceived, written and designed by Hall.