Representative British Architects

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Jeremy Mills Publishing, 2007 - Architecture - 176 pages
Originally published in 1931, Representative British Architects profiles twelve of the foremost practitioners of the time in architecture. In an age when the designs of the Victorian and Edwardian era were being challenged by the new ideas of Modernism, the men in this volume were responsible for a range of imposing public and commercial buildings that are still celebrated today. Featured architects: S D Adshead Robert Atkinson Herbert Baker Reginald Blomfield Arthur J Davis E Guy Dawber Clough Willams-Ellis W Curtis Green H V Lanchester Edwin L Lutyens Giles Gilbert Scott Walter Tapper Writing from an informed position as Director of the Liverpool School of Architecture, C H Reilly produces in-depth and illuminating portraits of some of the period's leading architects.

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