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Manchester: a guide to recent architecture

David Hands, Sarah Parker, Keith Collie - Architecture - 2000 - 320 pages
Manchester is a city undergoing continual change. Rich in heritage, diverse in nature, it is uniquely characterised by its inherent ability to transform itself. Originally ...
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Manchester: shaping the city

Manchester (England). City Council, Royal Institute of British Architects - Architecture - 2004 - 268 pages
Manchester, a radical, gritty northern metropolis initiated a new way of working in the 18th century, creating extraordinary wealth for the whole nation, defining a new way of ...
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Liverpool: shaping the city

Stephen Bayley, Liverpool (England). City Council - Architecture - 2010 - 188 pages
'Liverpool has an almost overwhelming physical character...Brooding, slovenly, magnificent, romantic, miserable, tatty, funny, proud, heroic, shameless, tragic, exciting in ...
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Helmut Jahn

Nory Miller - Architecture - 1986 - 263 pages
Briefly sketches Jahn's life and career, examines his approach to design, and shows examples of his office buildings, convention centers, terminals, vacation homes, and libraries
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London

Kenneth Powell - Architecture - 1993 - 416 pages
With numerous maps, photographs and illustrations, this volume presents a detailed and intelligent analysis of the city.
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University builders

Martin Pearce - Architecture - 2001 - 224 pages
The building of a university campus is an extremely challenging you an extensive study of a variety of styles of universities from around the world. This excellent reference ...
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Airport builders

Marcus Binney - Architecture - 1999 - 223 pages
Airports are among the most complex and intensively used buildings of our time, designed for tens of millions of passengers a year and handling, largely unseen, huge quantities ...
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Modern Britain

Peter Murray, Stephen Trombley - Architecture - 1993 - 201 pages
This guide focuses on the architecture of modern Britain. It is presented in a convenient pocket-size format.
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Transport, Engineering and Architecture

Hugh Collis - Architecture - 2003 - 240 pages
Transport, Engineering and Architecture is the second book in a series which explores the relationship between engineering and architecture. Divided into chapters devoted to ...
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Manchester: An Architectural History

John J. Parkinson-Bailey - Architecture - 2000 - 366 pages
This work offers an examination of Manchester's architecture, from its origins to the present-day rebuilding of the city centre. It follows Manchester's growth from a village ...
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