While it is true that, as Rob Gregory says, Bristol has not figured highly in the annals of contemporary architecture since around 1907 (Culture June 22), as the joint organiser of two recent one-day tours of “modern” architecture in Bristol for the Twentieth Century Society, I would not want anyone ...
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