Modern Ulster Architecture
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Modern Ulster Architecture is divided into three sections. Part one contains thematic essays which trace the evolution of Modernism in Ulster; the first by Dr Paul Larmour covers the period between 1900 and 1950 and the second, from 1950 to the present day is by David Evans. A third essay entitled 'Ulster Modernism: an outside view' is by Charles Rattray.
Parts two and three consist of case studies of some fifty buildings and projects belonging to the period 1950-2005. These studies include new photography by Mark Hackett who is an architect in local practice. Other photography comes from a range of sources and includes the work of leading professionals. Architectural drawings accompany each case study, and in some instances these have been redrawn from original material. Alistair Hall, also an architect in local practice, joins Larmour and Evans in providing commentary and analysis for the case studies.
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An Introduction to Ulster Architecture
Author: David Evans
No. Pages: 189
Dimensions: 240 x 300mm