New British Architecture (1972)

Artist(s): James Stirling etc
Author(s): Robert Maxwell
Format: hardback
Edition: First Edition
Year published: 1972
Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd
Total Pages: Unpaginated
Illustrations: 388 photographs, drawings and plans


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Maxwell’s important study of post-war British architecture. The 1950s saw a significant change in the direction of British architecture. For several decades it had looked like the poor relation to the modern movement. Then, to the general reaction against rationalist architecture it contributed and essential ingredient: Brutalism. Condition: dust jacket a little faded and lightly dust-marked, otherwise very good.


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