The Architect and the Pavilion Hospital: Dialogue and Design Creativity in England, 1850-1914

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Leicester University Press, 1997 - Architecture - 240 pages
Organized from an architect-centred, rather than a building-centred perspective, this work looks at the powerful and recognizable by-product of health building in the Victorian and Edwardian eras: the pavilion plan hospital. As a design format it proved enduring, with a longevity and influence that stretched from the late 1850s to the 1930s.

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Taylor is an architect and research consultant based in York

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