London Buildings by Hannah Dipper
An Architectural Tour

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Let design duo Robin Farquhar and Hannah Dipper (People Will Always Need Plates) take you on a stylish graphic tour of 45 London buildings. These striking illustrations, notable for their clean lines and bold blocks of color, appear here for the first time in book form. From Sir Christopher Wren's 1675 Greenwich Royal Observatory to Richard Rogers' 2000 Montevetro development, this collection is as diverse and inspiring as the city itself. Includes a foreword by design expert Max Fraser.

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Founding member of the cult ceramics company People Will Always Need Plates, Robin Farquhar has a background in industrial and exhibition design. This is his first book. Ceramicist Hannah Dipper is a founding member of People Will Always Need Plates.
Published February 7, 2012 by Batsford. 96 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, Travel, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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With subjects ranging from the mundane (e.g., public housing projects, apartment buildings, and tube stations) to the dramatic (e.g., the futuristic row houses of Grand Union Walk or the Battersea Power Station), each entry achieves the stated goal of getting readers to be more aware and apprecia...

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