Anatomy of a building

Anatomy of a building

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Rowan Moore

Anatomy of a Building is a meditation on the architecture of the Royal College of Physicians, focusing particularly on its current home, a Grade I listed building designed by Sir Denys Lasdun. This book is written in the centenary year of Lasdun's birth, exactly 50 years after the opening of the building in 1964.

Other books in the series

A garden of medicinal plants  - Henry Oakeley, Jane Knowles, Michael de Swiet and Anthony Dayan

Quacks, rogues and charlatans - Paul Strathern

Physicians and war - Humphrey Hodgson and Simon Shorvan

Curiosities from the College museum - Richard Thompson

Grave and learned men: the physicians 1518-1660 - Louella Vaughan

Ever persons capable and able: the physicians 1660-2018 - Louella Vaughan

Physicians and their images - Ludmilla Jordanova

Simples and rarities suitable and honourable to the College - Alastair Compston

Physicians and global health - Krishna Chinthapalli

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