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This 72 page books tells the story of a block of flats in Brighton on the south coast of England. Built by Wells Coates in the 1930's, it became well known for it's famous residents and artistic community. It fell into disrepair in the 1990's. Residents fought a tough battle to save their building and it was restored to it's former glory in 2005.
This book tells my story of Embassy Court, Embassy Court's own story and shows stunning photographs of it's run-down state in 2003 and how it looks now in 2009.
The architecture of Wells Coates makes this something rather special.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Arte y fotografía
Cuadrado pequeño, 18×18 cm
- Fecha de publicación abr. 21, 2009
- Etiquetas Keith Waterhouse, Rex Harrison, Diana Dors, Graham Greene, Wells Coates, Photography, British, architecture, seafront, Conran, squalor, regeneration, UK, Brighton, decay, urban, flats, seaside