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Colin Crickmay, house at Jordans, c.1937

Reinventing the traditional house in the age of Modernism

While architects who turned to vernacular precedents in the 1930s have typically been called reactionary, is it time we reassessed their work as proto-Postmodernism – or abandoned such categories entirely?

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