Charles Reilly And The Liverpool School Of Architecture, 1904-1933

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University of Chicago Press, 1996 - Architecture - 180 pages
One of the most important figures in the history of twentieth-century architecture in Britain, Professor [Sir] Charles Reilly dominated architectural education and had profound influences on architectural practice. This book, produced as the catalogue of an exhibition on Reilly’s life and work, also stands as an illustrated history in its own right; it includes discussion of the work of some of Reilly’s outstanding and well-known students.

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Contents

JOSEPH SHARPLES
25
MICHAEL SHIPPOBOTTOM
43
JOSEPH SHARPLES
58
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About the author (1996)

Joseph Sharples is an architectural historian in the history department of the University of Liverpool.

Alan Powers is a reader in architecture and cultural history at the University of Greenwich. He is the author of "Serge Chermayeff,"" The Twentieth Century House in Britain," and "Modern: The Modern Movement in Britain,

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