Christopher Breward; Ghislaine Wood
This landmark book celebrates the best of British design between 1948 and 2012, in a comprehensive survey of over 350 of the finest examples of fashion and textiles, furniture, ceramics...
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Darkly humorous architectural guide to the decrepit new Britain that neoliberalism built.
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