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Manchester: A Guide to Recent Architecture

David Hands, Sarah Parker - 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. This book is ...
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Manchester: Shaping the City

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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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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New Urban Environments: British Architecture and Its European Context

Peter Murray, Mary Anne Stevens - Architecture - 1998 - 189 pages
New Urban Environments features spectacular examples of key urban building types designed by some 50 leading architects and engineers working in Britain and Europe, such as ...
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Stephenson Bell Projects

Kenneth Powell - Architectural firms - 2001 - 135 pages
The first major monograph about Stephenson Bell Architects, the genuinely innovative, award-winning, Manchester-based practice. Ken Powell, the respected architectural critic ...
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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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Manchester

Clare Hartwell - Architecture - 2001 - 374 pages
From the mills of Ancoats to the new Lowry centre, this book explores Manchester's extraordinary wealth of civic, industrial and commercial architecture, using more than 200 ...
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