A handsome book containing 8 paper cut-out models celebrating post-war architecture of Britain, from the iconic slabs of Sheffield's Park Hill and experimental tower blocks at Cotton Gardens in London, to the demolished Birmingham Central Library. With a foreword by architectural historian Barnabas Calder, this book includes short essays with full-page colour illustrations on each building, along with 8 press-out paper models featuring all kinds of details originally present on the facades. All models are die-cut and pre-scored with simple assembly instructions attached: all you need is glue.
Measurements: 29.9 cm x 0.9 cm x 23.6 cm.
Made from eco-friendly paper.
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