Nikos Salingaros is an architectural theorist, a long-time associate of Christopher Alexander, and a mathematical physicist at the University of Texas at San Antonio. In addition to publishing hundreds of articles on architectural theory in academic journals, he has authored many books on the subject, including A Theory of Architecture (2006), Principles of Urban Structure (2005), Twelve Lectures on Architecture (2010), and Anti-Architecture and Deconstruction (2008), all of which have been translated into many languages.
Articles by Nikos Salingaros
- Beauty and Tradition Unmask Nihilistic Modernity March 28, 2013
- Fashion and Design Ideology in Sacred Architecture: A Review of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels October 23, 2012
- “Making Wholeness Heals the Maker”: Why Human Flourishing Requires the Creative Act September 17, 2012
- A Tale of Two Cathedrals: Why “Traditional versus Modernist” Tells Only Part of the Story August 29, 2012