A smash hit played on four drums
Sheffield's National Centre for Popular Music is a landmark not only in the 'city of steel' but equally in the oeuvre of Branson Coates Architecture. It is the first building, free-standing and constructed from scratch, completed by the practice in this country - hitherto BCA has been best known for its bars, shops, exhibitions and furniture design.
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