The Royal Academy organised an excellent tribute to the work of Powell and Moya at an event chaired by David Dunster last week; speakers included Paul Koralek, historian Andrew Saint and cultural historian Barry Curtis, Tony Noakes (ex-Department of Health architect) and Sir Richard MacCormac. Looking at the work from the slides assembled by Koralek and Jeremy Melvin, it seems extraordinary that here is no real monograph about the work of this most important practice, from Churchill ...
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