By Hugh Pearman 2000-09-12T00:00:00
We must go back to 1962, and Sir Basil Spence’s Phoenix at Coventry to find a book comparable to this. Which is to say, a personal account, by its own architect, of a controversial project of national and international significance. And, of course, in both cases their architects have the ...
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