A History of Architectural Modelmaking in Britain: The Unseen Masters of Scale and Vision



• This book is the first comprehensive history of architectural modelmaking in Britain, or indeed of anywhere in the world.
• An authoritative scholarly study based on six years of extensive research that draws from over 40 interviews, the analysis of over 4000 photographs of architectural models, and more than 700 documentary sources, written in an accessible style making it suitable for a broad audience.
• Illustrated with never-before-seen photographs of historic architectural models from the 20th century drawn from private archives, including over 100 images from the Thorp archive, which is the largest known collection of material relating to architectural modelmaking in the world containing over 30,000 photographs and historic documents.

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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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