100 British buildings celebrating the brilliant and diverse architecture of the last 100 years that the C20 Society exists to protect
100 Churches 100 Years celebrates the beautiful and extraordinary ecclesiastical architecture of the last century
100 Houses 100 Years gives a fascinating insight into Britain's built heritage and the way that homes have changed over the last century.
Nearly a century after Art Deco first lit up the luxury store and cinema screen, it remains as glamorous as ever. Yet despite its popularity, there have been few books that explain the what, where and how of Art Deco buildings and their architects; until now.
Post-modernism was the 1980s’ counter to Brutalism but fell out of fashion until its best buildings began to disappear. Now is the time to reassess its values. Historians Geraint Franklin and Elain Harwood discuss its background and key architects before celebrating Britain’s finest examples.
Robin Hood Gardens in Tower Hamlets, East London, was designed by Alison + Peter Smithson and completed in 1972. In 2008, this large social housing scheme was threatened with demolition and became a controversial conservation case.