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After 30 years in print, the most reliable single source of information on the city’s buildings of all periods and styles

From Nash’s elegant crescents to Lubetkin’s uncompromising high-rise blocks, from Wren’s churches to the Victorian Byzantine of Westminster Cathedral, from the Roman city wall to St. Pancras International, this updated guide offers a critical appraisal of London’s architecture. More than 1,000 entries are all arranged chronologically within geographical sections, and clearly pinpointed on corresponding maps. Each section opens with a summary of the architectural and social history of the area, while a general introduction gives a concise century-by-century history of London’s architecture from the time of the Roman occupation to the present. Clear and detailed time charts show the development of major trends and influences. Other special features include a series of plans outlining the development of the London squares from 1650 to 1900.


‘The definitive guide to London’s architecture’ INDEPENDENT
London has an unrivalled richness of architecture, from its squares and houses to its palaces and churches. This is the only guide to cover all of London’s building history, from its Roman foundation to the massive expansion of the 19th century which made London the largest city on earth.

About the Author

Edward Jones is a director in the London-based practice of Dixon Jones Ltd. With his partner he has been architect to numerous arts projects in London, most notably the Royal Opera House, the National Portrait Gallery, and the east wing of the National Gallery. He has taught extensively in North America, Ireland, and Britain. Christopher Woodward writes architectural criticism and is the author of several guides to the buildings of European cities.

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George Weidenfeld & Nicholson
Edward Jones
Christopher Woodward
Christopher Woodward
Edward Jones
Architecture — History.


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