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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vi
  • How to Use This Book viii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Hamilton Square, Birkenhead 1830 1
  • Bank of England, Bristol 1844 6
  • Albert Dock, Liverpool 1845 11
  • Newcastle Central Station 1850 16
  • All Saints, Margaret St, London 1855 20
  • Akroydon, Halifax 1861 24
  • Oriel Chambers, Liverpool 1864 28
  • Manchester Town Hall 1868 31
  • The Granary, Bristol 1869 36
  • Back-To-Back Houses, Leeds 1875 40
  • Primrose Hill School, London 1885 43
  • 145 Buccleuch Street, Glasgow 1892 46
  • Boundary Street Estate, London 1895 49
  • The Boston, London 1899 52
  • 51-57 Ivydale Road, London 1900 54
  • Lion Chambers, Glasgow 1905 58
  • Selfridges, London 1907 62
  • Rushby Mead, Letch Worth 1911 66
  • North Harrow Estate, London 1925 70
  • Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow 1928 73
  • Jaywick Sands, Clacton 1930 76
  • Wicklands Avenue, Saltdean 1934 79
  • Battersea Power Station, London 1934 84
  • Pioneer Health Centre, London 1935 87
  • Peter Jones, London 1935 89
  • The Odeon, Weston-Super-Mare 1935 92
  • Prefabricated Dwellings 1946 96
  • Templewood School, Welwyn 1949 100
  • Royal Festival Hall, London 1951 104
  • Lower Precinct, Coventry 1957 108
  • Alton West Estate, London 1959 111
  • Alpha House, Coventry 1962 114
  • Preston Bus Station 1969 117
  • Maidenhead Library 1973 120
  • Chelmer Village 1974 123
  • Willis, Faber & Dumas, Ipswich 1975 126
  • Hillingdon Civic Centre 1977 129
  • Aylesbury Estate, London 1977 133
  • Herman Miller, Bath 1977 136
  • Milton Keynes Central 1979 140
  • Crown Offices, Cardiff 1980 143
  • Weller Way, Liverpool 1982 146
  • Burnham Copse School, Tadley 1986 149
  • Ford Estate, Wirral 1986 152
  • Walters Way, London 1987 155
  • Aztec West, Bristol 1987 158
  • Meadowhall, Sheffield 1990 163
  • Canary Wharf, London 1990 166
  • Bdc Marketing Centre, Bristol 1992 169
  • Mercers House, London 1992 171
  • Glossary 174
  • Index 179
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