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James Dunnett

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  • The Balfron Tower, Poplar

    Dunnett: ‘Historic England is failing in its mission’Subscription

    6 January, 2016Comments (2)

    Former DoCoMoMo-UK chief James Dunnett questions whether Historic England is doing enough to protect the nation’s built heritage

  • RIBA4150

    Jim Cadbury-Brown was a key figure in British modernismSubscription

    16 July, 2009

    I never worked for ‘Jim’ (Henry Thomas) Cadbury-Brown, and so didn’t have that kind of intimacy of collaboration, but I knew him for about 30 years and, with Alan Powers, put on the exhibition of his work at the Royal Academy called Elegant Variation in 2006, and contributed to the monograph published at that time

  • Georges Vantongerloo: A RetrospectiveSubscription

    30 March, 2006Updated: 6 February, 2009

    REVIEW - EXHIBITION

  • Great expectationsSubscription

    10 February, 2005Updated: 6 February, 2009

    review - Le Corbusier - Pavillon Suisse: The Biography of a Building By Ivan Zaknic. Birkhäuser, 2004. 416pp. £48

  • Opposites attractSubscription

    24 June, 2004Updated: 6 February, 2009

    review

  • Staying in lineSubscription

    4 March, 2004Updated: 6 February, 2009

    reviewNaum Gabo: Gabo and Colour At Annely Juda Fine Art, 23 Dering Street, London W1, until 27 March

  • Art and scienceSubscription

    2 October, 2003Updated: 6 February, 2009

    Anthony Hill At Austin/Desmond Fine Art, Pied Bull Yard, 68 Great Russell St, London WC1, until 10 October

  • The value of voidsSubscription

    22 May, 2003Updated: 6 February, 2009

    Nicholas Grimshaw's proposal for a new block for the Royal College of Art at Kensington Gore threatens the integrity of Cadbury Brown's fine listed building and with it the open space so central to the Modern Movement, warns James Dunnett

  • Out of the ashesSubscription

    7 November, 2002Updated: 6 February, 2009

    review

  • Fertile inventionSubscription

    7 February, 2002Updated: 6 February, 2009

    Review

All by James Dunnett

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