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  • Leonard Manasseh & Partners

    Describes the work of Leonard Manasseh & Partners, a key architectural practice in British post-war architecture. Greatly admired by his contemporaries Manasseh came to prominence at The Festival of Britain and was a leading architect of the 1960s.

    Series: Architectural History

  • McMorran & Whitby

    McMorran & Whitby are arguably one of the most unsung practices of post-war British architecture. This is the first major publication on their work and contains a combination of contemporary photography and previously unpublished archival material.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Powell & Moya

    A comprehensive study of one of Britain’s most significant post-war architectural practices. Structured by building type the book reveals the principles of design particular to Powell & Moya. Illustrated with archival images plus new photographs.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Robert Maguire & Keith Murray

    Examination of the work of Robert Maguire and Keith Murray, a small but influential twentieth-century architectural practice famous for combining New Brutalism with a Scandinavian tradition.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Ryder and Yates

    Comprehensive account of the outstanding work of Ryder and Yates. Structured by building type the book reveals the principles of design particular to their architectural practice. Illustrated with images from the Ryder and Yates archive.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Wells Coates

    This book re-introduces Wells Wintemute Coates (1895-1958), one of the most significant figures in 20th century architecture, to a modern audience.

    Series: Architectural History

  • York Minster: An architectural history c 1220-1500

    This book charts the construction of York Minster – built over 300 years – as we see it today and traces its development. It provides an invaluable summary of the state of our understanding of the building and offers new insight into its complex history

    Series: Architectural History

  • Europe's Deadly Century: Perspectives on 20th-century conflict heritage

    This book examines the physical remains of 20th-century war, conflict and ideological struggles within Europe. It considers a wide range of conflict heritage areas and raises questions of ownership, documentation practices and conservation.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Palaces for Pigs

    Lucinda Lambton explores and celebrates the British tradition of architecture for animals and tells the fascinating stories behind the buildings that housed animals and the monuments that commemorated them in death.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Historic Airports

    Proceedings of the L'Europe de l'Air Conferences on Aviation Architecture

    Series: Architectural History

  • Photographing Historic Buildings

    Examines techniques, methods, motivations and practicalities of photographing historic buildings.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Ditherington Mill and the Industrial Revolution

    Study of Ditherington highlights crucial developments in engineering, the textile industry and business practices during the Industrial Revolution.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Early Structural Steel in London Buildings

    This richly illustrated book takes a refreshing new look at Victorian and Edwardian architecture, examining how mild steel - which superseded cast and wrought iron - was put to use in theatres, hotels, clubs, offices and many other building types.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Buildings of the Labour Movement

    This richly illustrated book focuses on the built culture of the labour movement, largely constructed or funded by workers themselves, whose history and background has until now been largely ignored or forgotten.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Textile Mills of South West England

    This richly illustrated book provides detailed context and understanding for historic textile-related sites in the South West of England.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Paddington Station

    Second edition. Richly illustrated from a wealth of historic sources and updated to cover momentous recent developments, this is a comprehensive history of Paddington Station.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Swindon: The legacy of a railway town

    Examines the building and structures which resulted from the Great Western Railway’s development of Swindon Works and traces the architectural history of the engineering works and the associated village.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Built to Brew

    Illustrated history of the brewing industry, the process of beer making and the built heritage surrounding the industry.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Georgian Architecture in the British Isles 1714-1830

    This is a fully revised and newly illustrated guide to the architecture of the British Isles during the reigns of the first four Georges (1714-1830).

    Series: Architectural History

  • John Nash

    A collection of essays on John Nash, universally recognised as one of the most important architects of the late 18th- and early 19th-century Britain.

    Series: Architectural History

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