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Foreword  by Elain Harwood English Heritage’s leading expert on 20th century architecture >> Protect and Die:  Aidan Turner-Bishop on the chilling reality of Cold War Architecture  >> In Prague, Benjamin Tallis endures The Unbearable Lightness of Being Ignored  >> Julie Campbell seeks Severe Beauty in Perspectives and Soundscapes  >>  Honor Gavin hails the Concrete Paradise of Birminghams Central Library  >> Eddy Rhead sets his sights on Liquid Stone with photographs by Jan Chlebik >> Richard Brook uncovers a case of Police Brutality  >> Preston Is My Paris's Adam Murray photographs Beaugrenelle with text by Hannah Darabi & Benoit Grimbert>> Emma Letizia Jones takes a view from the other side -The Old-New Brutalism: London & Sydney >> and James Perry tells of Brutal Disregard: Redcar Library >> Reviews: Brutalist Speculations and Flights of Fancy – Emily GeeBrutalism by Alexander Clement – David Britch >> Christopher Marsden - when Accrington strove to be modern it built its own 'Elephant House' 

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