By David Evans, 1977. Hard Back, 93pp, 127 b&w illustrations and photographs
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In this book, Evans outlines some of the concerns and ideals of the Modernist Movement as represented in the architecture of Ulster. He gives a brief overview of the achievements and character of the province’s post-war architecture up to the date of publication, with a wealth of examples supported by striking photographs and drawings which truly evoke the unique character of this period.
|Dimensions||21 × 1.5 × 26.5 cm|