Old Buildings, New Architecture

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Old Buildings, New Architecture

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In this book, Richard Griffiths describes the creation of new architecture for old buildings, through the story of his practice and of the projects that he has completed over 25 years. The book is richly illustrated with colour photographs and includes the following:
• The layering of history: Sutton House
• Old and new in context: Southwark Cathedral
• Old and new in contrast: Lambeth Palace, Burghley
• Historic houses for the public: Eastbury Manor, Clissold House
• The care of churches and cathedrals: St Albans Abbey, St Alfege Greenwich
• New design in an historic context: St Paul’s Hammersmith, Toynbee Hall
• The art of repair and the texture of age
• The art of construction and detailing
• Architecture and decoration: Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Jesus College
• New uses for old buildings: In and Out Club, Temple Church Bristol
• The case for restoration: Kenilworth Castle, Bedales, St Leonards Church Shoreditch
• Historic gardens and landscape: Southwark Cathedral, Savoy Chapel
• The regeneration of historic areas: Oxford Castle, Kings Cross, Lancaster Canal
• Conservation cause célèbre: St Pancras Hotel and Station concourse

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