The Architecture of Richard England 1964-84
Connections, by the then architecture correspondent of The Sunday Telegraph, discusses sixty buildings and projects of the first twenty years of England’s architectural career. Black and white illustrations together with Knevitt’s text illustrate the architect’s philosophy of creating buildings with “a sense of belonging” so that they become both a symbol and a celebration of the Spirit of Place.
By: Charles Knevit
Format: paperback, signed by Richard England
No of pages: 207
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