The Belly of an Architect - Afterthoughts

Matteo Pericoli is a Milan-born architect, illustrator, writer and teacher. He is the author of several books — including Manhattan Unfurled, The City Out My Window: 63 Views on New York, Windows on the World: 50 Writers, 50 Views, and more recently of The Great Living Museum of Imagination: A Guide to the Exploration of Literary Architecture. His drawings have appeared in various newspapers and magazines, both in the US and in Europe — including, among others, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Observer, The Paris Review Daily and La Stampa. David Annand has worked as an editor at Conde Nast Traveller and GQ. He has written for the FT, TLS, Telegraph, Literary Review, the New Statesman and Time Out. Peterdown is his first book. Here, they discuss their post-viewing impressions as the credits roll on Peter Greenaway's The Belly of an Architect.

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