A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture

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Doubleday, 1989 - Architecture - 160 pages
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Met reg. In addition to his TV-documentary, A vision of Britain, the Prince of Wales stresses the need to preserve the character of towns and cities, the desirability of reviewing existing planning laws and the importance of providing an architecture which people really want, and which is on a human scale. He emphasises the positive side of contemporary architecture and expands upon the idea of an architectural Ten Principles, a set of 'sensible and widely- agreed rules, saying what people can and what they cannot do'.

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Contents

Introduction
7
A Vision of Britain
107
Conclusion
155
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