How sex shaped the city

historian Dan Cruickshank

Did the sex industry make a major contribution to 18th century London’s architecture? That’s the theory being expounded by historian Dan Cruickshank, who was speaking this week ahead of his forthcoming book, Sex and Architecture.

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