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Soho: A Street Guide to Soho's History, Architecture and People

Cruickshank, Dan
A deeply imaginative, street-by-street and meticulously researched biography of one of London's most vibrant and seductive districts.
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Churches: An Architectural Guide

Bradley S
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English Gardens: From the Archives of Country Life Magazine

Hole, Kathryn Bradley
This is the definitive and most authoritative book ever published on the glories of English gardening historically and horticulturally, a tour de force.
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100 Buildings, 100 Years: Celebrating British architecture

Twentieth Century Sociaty
A celebration of the most important architecture in Britain from the 20th and 21st-century. From Art Deco, through pre-fabs to beautiful brutalist buildings, the Twentieth Century Society presents 100 buildings that have shaped the character of modern Britain.
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100 Churches 100 Years

Twentieth Century
This book features 100 churches built since 1914, showing the development of modern church architecture in Britain. From Spence's Coventry Cathedral to Giles Gilbert Scott's Liverpool Cathedral and featuring churches, mosques and synagogues. Architects include George Pace, Eric Gill and Frederick Gibberd.
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100 Houses 100 Years

Twentieth Century Society
A celebration of Britain's diverse housing styles from the twentieth and twenty-first century. Leading architectural critics reveal the story of the modern the modern home, and the social and political aspects of housing design in Britain over the last 100 years.
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100 Sustainable Scottish Buildings

Atkins, Richard
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101 Railway Stations: A Journey of Variety

Grayer, Jeffery
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111 Churches in London That You Shouldn't Miss

Barber, Emma Rose
111 Churches in London That You Shouldn't Miss interweaves artistic insights, anecdotes, stories of saints and sinners and the rich narratives of buildings that provide another way of looking at London's history.
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