Tomorrow's architectural heritage: landscape and buildings in the countryside
This is an analysis of architectural design in relation to place, advocating that by seeking to put landscape design back into architecture, a countryside legacy will be left for future generations to admire.
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FOREWORD by HRH The Prince of Wales
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