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Hospital and Asylum Architecture in England, 1840-1914: Building for Health Care

Discussion in 'Books and Media' started by ~ DaRk AnGeL ~, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. ~ DaRk AnGeL ~


    By Jeremy Taylor...

    A fascinating insight into the architecture and plans of the time.. A detailed list of most of the architects and some great floor plans of the famous asylums.. A great read, but sadly incredibly hard to get hold of these days as it's out of print.. I believe there are a few copies in places such as the National Archives in London and various Record Offices.. I had to resort to borrowing it..

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  2. layz

    layz Conquistador d'Wolverton
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    Sep 21, 2008
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    Nice work, I've been searching for this book myself, but to no avail on amazon :confused

    If you feel like photocopying every page and posting it, feel free :D
  3. ASOM

    ASOM One-Man Urbex Art Army
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    May 6, 2009
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    Finally found a copy after two-and-half years of looking for one!
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