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The top 10 British universities: Architectural league table (part two)

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I do agree that old Scott's Glasgow is superior to young Waterhouse's Manchester (Bute Hall to Whitworth Hall, if you must), but talking of scots, Leicester was designed by another scot just as much as the almost scot you mention, and that scot had been a student at the art school you make No 2 - and he might reasonably ask you where you think you found "a wealth of art nouveau style" in that building!

Posted date

27 October, 2009

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10:13 pm

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