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Category list : 1964

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    A Latin quarter for LondonSubscription

    Essay21 September, 2011

    Townscape: the danger is that in all the controversy over a new site for Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market, Covent Garden itself, as a place, may be forgotten. If this happens, its special character could well be erased at one stroke by wholesale redevelopment. The nature of this character and the need to reinforce it in any new building are discussed below

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    The Townscape of tourismSubscription

    Essay21 September, 2011

    Stratford on Avon, centre of the British tourist industry and in the news with the Shakespeare quatercentenary celebrations, is the subject of this month’s townscape study. It has a lot to look at that is good, a lot that is bad, and plenty that is just ordinary

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    1964 June: Chandigarh, The AssemblySubscription

    Building10 June, 2011

    The third of Le Corbusier’s major buildings on the capitol at Chandigarh - The Assembly - is discussed in this article by Charles Correa, the Indian architect who practiced in Bombay

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    Engineering Building at Leicester University by Stirling and GowanSubscription

    Building28 March, 2011

    John Jacobus examines the Leicester Engineering Building, completed in 1963

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    Berlin Philharmonie by Hans ScharounSubscription

    Building25 March, 1964

    As a radical reconceptualisation of the concert hall, the Berlin Philharmonie explored new concepts of space through a vividly Expressionist narrative that still retains its power