Postmodernism in British Architecture

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Postmodernism in British Architecture

What's said to be the very first exhibition to explore Postmodernism in British Architecture has opened in Covent Garden. The movement, which began in the 1970s, led to the creation of buildings like the home of Mi6, the Isle of Dogs Pumping Station, and Camden's TV-AM centre. Those who led the era are now being celebrated at Sir John Soane's museum

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