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Conservation Bulletin 59

*Content*

  • Editorial p2
  • Continuity and Innovation p3
  • The pace of change p3
  • Continuity and context p6
  • Innovation, context and congruity p9
  • The new in harmony with the old p11
  • New Understanding p14
  • Conservation Principles p14
  • The setting of historic assets p16
  • Seeing the history in the view p18
  • The Curator’s Story p21
  • New English Heritage buildings in historic places p21
  • Building for tomorrow’s visitors p23
  • Shock of the New (and Nearly New) p26
  • Post-war designation: waiting for the dust to settle? p26
  • Post-war designation: some recent case studies p28
  • Robin Hood Gardens p30
  • St Pancras p31
  • Birmingham’s Bull Ring p34
  • The Rotunda, Birmingham p36
  • The Angel of the North p38
  • Constructive Conservation in Practice p41
  • News p42
  • The National Monuments Record p44
  • Legal Developments p46
  • New Publications p47

Additional Information

  • Series: Conservation Bulletin
  • Publication Status: Completed

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