A change of heart. English architecture since the war. A policy for protection.
London, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England 1992.
Oblong 4to. iv + (1) + 35pp, photo text ills. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers, a little soiled. No ownership inscription, but Gavin Stamp’s copy.
An officially approved essay by Saint announcing a more positive attitude by English Heritage and the RCHM (England) to the listing and recording of post-Second World War buildings, of which only four had Grade I listed status at that time (Royal Festival Hall, the Jodrell Bank Telescope, Coventry Cathedral and the Willis Faber building in Ipswich).