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Build a Castle

Farrell, Paul
Paul Farrell's stackable cards are fun for all the family Turrets, ramparts, windows, walls, roofs and more - create your own medieval masterpiece. Each pack contains 64 cards (105 x 69 mm) of a variety of graphic designs. Clever paper engineering allows you to slot the cards together, building up and out in whichever way you like!
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Post-Modern Buildings in Britain

Franklin G & Harwood, E
An illuminating look at a controversial architectural style - and its finest examples. Historians Geraint Franklin and Elain Harwood discuss its background and key architects before celebrating Britain's finest examples.
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Londonopolis: A Curious and Quirky History of London

Latham, M
"Whisks you down the rabbit hole and into the warren of backstreets, landmarks, cemeteries, palaces, museums and secret gardens of the great metropolis. Meet the cockneys, scientists, fairies, philosophers, jesters and royalty that populate the city ... Spanning above and below ground, from the outer suburbs to the inner city"--Publisher's description.
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London Buildings: An Architectural Tour

Dipper, Hannah & Farquhar, Robin
Beautiful graphic illustrations of celebrated London buildings, accompanied by evocative descriptions. Book created by the cult ceramics company People Will Always Need Plates.
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The Cathedrals of England

Batsford, Harry
The companion reissue to The Spirit of London, this classic text from 1934 is still an invaluable aid to understanding England's cathedrals.
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100 Buildings, 100 Years: Celebrating British architecture

Twentieth Century Sociaty
A celebration of the most important architecture in Britain from the 20th and 21st-century. From Art Deco, through pre-fabs to beautiful brutalist buildings, the Twentieth Century Society presents 100 buildings that have shaped the character of modern Britain.
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London Night and Day: the insider's guide to London 24 hours a day

Brown, Matt
London is open for business (and fun!) 24/7. Organized by the hours of the day, this insider's guide has the scoop on the most fascinating, delicious, and beautiful things the city has to offer. Discover the unknown nooks and crannies even within the most famous parks, palaces, and museums; see where to have breakfast or a cocktail; and make the most of London's lively nightlife.
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50 Architects 50 Buildings: The buildings that inspire architects

Buxton P & Gardner G: Twentieth Century
The most inspirational buildings in the world, as chosen by well-known contemporary architects. From Eames House in Los Angeles to Unite d'Habitation in Marseille, this book features buildings from around the world.
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The Thames Through Time: A Liquid History

Croad, S
Drawing on the resources of English Heritage's unrivalled photographic archives, The Thames Through Times is a photographic journey along the length of the tidal river and over almost 150 years.
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