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It might be history, but this book can be read as a blueprint for architects working today, writes Nicholas de Klerk
Rare pictures of Hunstanton School are one of the highlights of this otherwise scholarly book, says Nicholas Vaughan Roberts
Educating Architects: How tomorrow’s practitioners will learn today. Neil Spiller & Nic Clear, Thames & Hudson, £29.95, 352pp
Charlie Kentish reviews a new collection of essays edited by Murray Fraser
Michael Collins reviews the latest title in BD’s readers’ book club
Paul Lincoln reviews the latest title in BD’s readers’ book club
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Zac Carey reviews Edward Denison’s new book on the AA-trained Chinese architect