The first study of design and architecture in the films of David Lynch. This is an innovative study using cinema to highlight the changing architectural shape of modern cities.
Critical assessment of the role architecture and design play in David Lynch's films.
Information zum Autor
Richard Martin completed his PhD at Birkbeck, University of London, having previously worked at the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE). He has taught at Birkbeck, Middlesex University and Tate Modern.
Prologue: Three Journeys Introduction: Mapping the Lost Highway 1. Town and City 2. Home 3. Road 4. Stage 5. Room Acknowledgments Notes Image Credits Works Cited Index