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  • Chamberlin, Powell & Bon

    Examination of the work of Chamberlin, Powell and Bon, architects of The Barbican and an influential post-war architectural practice.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Howell Killick Partridge & Amis

    Interviews and archival research combine to tell the stories behind this creative post-war architectural practice.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Frederick Gibberd

    A prolific architect who completed over 100 major projects including housing, nuclear power stations, reservoirs, schools and libraries.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Arup Associates

    Arup Associates, a major architectural player of the 1960s which still survives now on a global scale.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Alison and Peter Smithson

    Coherent and compact narrative of the Smithsons’ work and ideas.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Support for the Fleet

    This major new book traces for the first time the architectural and engineering works in the Royal Navy’s shore bases at home and overseas and the political imperatives and technologies that helped shape them up to the First World War.

    Series: Architectural History

  • The English Landscape Garden in Europe

    An overview of how the 18th century English Landscape Garden spread throughout Europe and Russia.

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illustrated book takes a refreshing new look at Victorian and Edwardian architecture, examining how mild steel - which superseded cast and wrought iron - was put to use in theatres, hotels, clubs, offices and many other building types.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

  • Danson House: The anatomy of a Georgian villa

    Tells the story of the house, the estate, its owners, and its restoration by English Heritage between 1995 and 2004 after a long period of neglect. Danson House is revealed as one of the glories of Georgian domestic architecture.

    Series: Architectural History

  • Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970

    Provides thorough coverage of the subject using examples from Britain, America and New Zealand including papers written by some of the best-known architectural historians and leading academics of 20th century British architecture.

    Series: Architectural History

  • The Country House

    Considers the country house as a site of consumption – a unique approach which links into wider academic debates.

    Series: Architectural History

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