|Title||Too good to be true: the survival of English everyday PoMo|
‘Intelligent, eclectic, witty, profoundly humanistic, and keen to debunk an inflexible, elitist and dangerously authoritarian Modernism’: Kester Rattenbury evokes the spirit of early British Post-Modernism. She reminds us of how in the early 1980s it spearheaded a spirited community architecture that played a strategic role in protest against wholesale, motorway-led redevelopments and the survival of Convent Garden.
|Journal citation||81 (5), pp. 106-113|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.1002/ad.1300|