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John McKean's stories

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  • BOOKSubscription

    Archive22 February, 2007

    REVIEW

  • Inside storySubscription

    Archive17 February, 2005

    review - A History of Interior Design By John Pile. Laurence King, 2004. 464 pp. £40

  • One of a kindSubscription

    Archive10 February, 2005

    review - Urbino: The Story of a Renaissance City By June Osborne. Frances Lincoln, 2003. 208pp. £35

  • Worlds apartSubscription

    Archive8 July, 2004

    American Architecture By David P Handlin. Thames & Hudson, 2004. 304pp. £9.95

  • Enigma variationsSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2004

    review

  • Enigma variationsSubscription

    Archive1 July, 2004

    review

  • Mind the gapsSubscription

    Archive25 March, 2004

    review

  • A monumental mirrorSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    The Parthenon By Mary Beard. Profile Books, 2002. 209pp. £15

  • Modern mastersSubscription

    Archive13 March, 2003

    review

  • Space and society (1 of 2)Subscription

    Archive13 February, 2003

    Thoroughly embedded in the small hilltop city of Urbino, Il Magistero - the School of Education designed by Giancarlo De Carlo - reflects his search for an architecture that evolves over time, becoming ever richer in meaning as a result Ifthere is one architect of the 20th century who can lead us, through his work, towards a grown-up discussion of how we might further our built heritage, it is Giancarlo De Carlo - whom Colin St John Wilson calls 'the most lucid of his generation of ...

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