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|Materials for Architects and Builders||Materials for Architects and Builders was first published by Arnold in 1997.
The latest edition, which has been considerably updated with respect to new materials and components, also the ecological aspects of construction, was published by Elsevier / Butterworth Heinemann in 2014.
|Iconic Modern Architecture||Douglas Smith Dip.Arch FRIBA FLI FRISA studied art and architecture at Cheltenham College of Art before completing his architectural training at Leicester School of Architecture.
All the money raised will go to Hope Against Cancer. For orders go to
|The Architecture of the Universities
|The publication describes the buildings of the University of Leicester and De Montfort University within the city and environs of Leicester.
The text, with over 400 mainly colour illustrations, details the history, architecture, names, local context and current use of all major buildings on each campus; the imaginative development plans for both universities are illustrated.
|Leicester - Paintings and sketches||A book by one of Leicester’s best known architects and artists will not only bring delight to all those who know and love Leicester, but also hope to the region’s cancer sufferers, since all profits from sales will go to the charity Hope Against Cancer, formerly known as The Hope Foundation for Cancer Research.
Lord Attenborough wrote in the foreword to the original book, which forms part of the new publication: Douglas Smith has captured a love of Leicester which reflects its historic past, rejoices in the diversity of its present and heralds its optimism for the future.