In memoriam: Howard Goodman 1928 - 1999
From 1951 to 1981, the architectural environment of the uk was dominated by local and central government offices, particularly in the fields of education, housing and health. Howard Goodman occupied a position in the field of health comparable in importance to that of Stirrat Johnson- Marshall, Robert Mathew, Kenneth Cambell, Fred Pooley and others in their respective fields.
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