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Arts minister Alan Howarth last week listed six post-war buildings, including the late Sir James Stirling's controversial History Faculty building in Cambridge. The 1968 scheme was listed Grade II, despite attracting criticism over leaks and high temperatures inside caused by the building's extensive glass roof. Also listed were Arthur Martin's St Luke's church in Camberwell; Spring House, Conduit Head Road, Cambridge; 2 and 2A Grantchester Road, Cambridge; and Colville Place in Camden Town, London.

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