Clare Melhuish reviews... the timeless quality and subtle poetry of Eric Parry
Responding to Eric Parry's AA lecture, Patrick Hodgkinson drew a parallel between Parry's work and that of Lethaby and Voysey - in which 'the smallest details are poetic', generating a timeless quality in the buildings.
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