Andrew Ayers

Andrew Ayers studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, and City University London, and has lived in France for more than a decade. Among other books, he is the author of The Architecture of Paris, a guide to the city’s built fabric from Gallo-Roman times to the present day. He is also an architectural journalist, his writing having appeared in 032c, The Architectural Review (to which he is a regular contributor), Numéro, PIN–UP magazine (of which he is the associate editor), and others. When not writing about architecture and the history of his adopted city, you’ll find Ayers teaching on Columbia’s New York/Paris program or working as a docent at the Maison de Verre.

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