New architecture books hitting the shelves

Pavilion books is set to release a suite of new architecture books over the next few months. Christopher Beanland’s Unbuilt: Radical Visions of a future that never arrived features exciting architectural projects that were never built, from a dome over Manhattan to rolling pavements in Berlin and UK, plans such as Charles Glover’s King’s Cross Airport and London’s SkyCycle network. Frances Sand’s Architectural Drawings: Hidden Masterpieces from Sir John Soane’s Museum offers a visual, large-format compilation of some of the finest architectural drawings from Sir John Soane’s extensive collection. Elain Harwood’s Mid-Centruy Britain, is an illustrated survey of the most important mid-century British buildings, published in collaboration with the Twentieth Century Society at the 70th anniversary of the Festival of Britain. Hubert Pragnell’s Industrial Britain offers a fascinating insight into Britain’s industrial past as evidenced by its buildings, richly illustrated with intricate line drawings. Stefi Orazi’s Golden Lane Estate tells the story of the building of an iconic mid-century housing estate.

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