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- 1From:Apollo (Vol. 196, Issue 710)For centuries, and long before the industrial cities stole its thunder, York was England's second city. Although much of its medieval heritage survives, little is left of the city's two castles. The only standing...
- 11From:Apollo (Vol. 191, Issue 687)Earth as a building material is, simply, as old as the hills. As a small child I remember modelling a 'Saxon' village in clay, an exercise which might not have met modern curriculum standards but combined a light-touch...
- 12From:Apollo (Vol. 190, Issue 678)In 2017 Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site, a move that can be seen as the beginning of more hopeful times for the country. The following year Eritrea and Ethiopia, its much...
- 17From:Architects' Journal (Vol. 206, Issue 18)Citation Only
- 18From:Apollo (Vol. 182, Issue 634)Sir John Soane's Private Apartments and the Model Room Opened 19 May 2015 Sir John Soane's Museum, London The journey around Sir John Soane's Museum is a journey through the architect's life. Now the second...
- 19From:Apollo (Vol. 189, Issue 674)Mastering public transport is one of the most reassuring steps for a visitor in a major city, that familiarity that makes you feel almost at home. Naples Metro--the Metropolitana di Napoli (MDN) --has over the years...
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