Considers the process through which architects sought to establish modernism as the dominant ideology in British architectural culture from the late 1920s onwards. This book documents, contextualizes and explains the emergence and nature of architectural modernism in Britain between the wars.
Elizabeth Darling trained as an art and architectural historian at University College London. Since then she has taught, researched and published in the history of 19th and 20th century architecture. She is now a Reader in Architectural History at Oxford Brookes University.
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42 black & white halftones, 13 black & white line drawings