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If you’re looking for a Christmas gift for the architect in your life, how about a book celebrating the work of EC1-based Historic England?

Thanks to the organisation's research, the government has given listed status to more than 500 modern examples of architecture, sculpture and landscape. England’s Post-War Listed Buildings (Batsford), by Elain Harwood and photographer James Davies, is a sumptuous volume that ranges from the brutalism of the Barbican to country houses and telephone boxes. You’ll find the Golden Lane Estate, Smithfield Poultry Market and Lubetkin’s Spa Green Estate in this new edition featuring updated entries.
www.pavilionbooks.com

 

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