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Architectural History and Styles

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Architect: The evolving story of a profession

Jolliffe, Eleanor
Focusing on the practicalities of the profession and the intangible motivations behind design, this book provides a critical overview of 3000 years of architectural practice and education.
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A History of Council Housing in 100 Estates

Boughton, John
In this highly-illustrated survey, John Boughton, author of Municipal Dreams, examines the remarkable history of social housing in the UK.
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The Brutalists: Brutalism's Best Architects

Hopkins, Owen
An unprecedented survey of more than 250 architects who continue to define one of the most polarizing yet celebrated of styles
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Empireland: How Imperialism Has Shaped Modern Britain

Sanghera, Sathnam
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Bricks of Victorian London: A social and economic history

Hounsell, Peter
Many of London's Victorian buildings are built of coarse-textured yellow bricks - London stocks, produced in huge quantities through the 19th century. Whether visible or hidden, they form a major part of the fabric of the capital. This detailed history of the industry offers a fresh perspective on the social and economic history of the city.
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Modern London Map

Wilson, Robin
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Hackney Type Map: Architectural Lettering of Hackney Guide

Marques, Lily
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Brutalist Britain: Buildings of the 1960s and 1970s

Harwood, Elain
Brutalist Britain is a lovingly photographed, authoritative overview of Brutalist architecture in Britain in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Great Trees of London Map

Wood, Paul
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