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Category list : 1968

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    The anatomy of Wright’s aesthetic: inseparable from universal principles of formSubscription

    Essay9 June, 2017

    The kindergarten was of a much more radical significance for Wright – it provided him with a philosophy and design discipline to realise his architecture

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    Eyes On TenderdenSubscription

    Essay21 September, 2011

    [ARCHIVE] A recent report published by the Kent County Council entitled Tenterden Explored is particularly relevant in view of the present York conference on historic towns and cities. Every delegate should study this sensitive evaluation of a town’s architectural and townscape qualities, for it sets a high standard for a local authority publication and is an eye-opener in the truest sense

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    Faversham & Chipping Norton Subscription

    Essay21 September, 2011

    This townscape study analyses how councils’ inability to understand a town’s basic structures can sometimes result in insentitive road proposals that could inevitably harm their general character

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    Reyner Banham on Stirling's Cambridge History FacultySubscription

    Building15 October, 2010

    Reyner Banham’s essay on the History Faculty, Cambridge, first published November 1968

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    Memories of a Bauhaus StudentSubscription

    Essay27 September, 1968

    ‘Soon after I arrived, I noticed considerable unrest, and there was no lack of discussion groups in the canteen, in students’ studios and in cafes, on topics ranging from Mazdaznan to Hegel and dialectic materialism’