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Twentieth Century Architecture: Wells Coates

Twentieth Century Architecture: Wells Coates
By Elizabeth Darling
RIBA Publishing, £20

Accessible and scholarly history of Wells Coates and his role in British Modernism, including co-founding the MARS Group. Looks at the decline and repair of his Lawn Road (London) and Embassy Court (Brighton) flats.

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