- ISBN 9780500200629
- 21.00 x 14.90 cm
- 203 Illustrations, 4 in colour
- plus 26 plans and map
- First published 1967
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This exhilarating study focuses on some of the most exciting and groundbreaking manifestations of English architectural genius.
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