Series: The Architects' Journal

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The Architects' Journal, 02.05.13
The Architects' Journal, 15 May 1974 by Architectural Press
The Architects' Journal, 23 October 1974 by Architectural Press
Architects' Journal, The - Workplaces - 19.05.16, Vol 243, Issue 12
The Architects' Journal, 16 October 1985 by Architectural Press182.42
The Architects' Journal, 13 May 1987185.19
The Architects' Journal, 20 May 1987185.20
The Architects' Journal: 31/10/2002 Vol 216 No.16216.16
The Architects Journal. UK Riba journal. No 13, Volume 236 by RIBA236.13
The Architects Journal - April 2013 - Volume 237237
The Architects Journal - Volume 237237
The Architects' Journal, 05.02.16243.04
The Architects' Journal, 12.02.16243.05
The Architects' Journal, 26.02.16243.06
The Architects' Journal, 10.03.16243.07
The Architects' Journal, 24.03.16243.08
The Architects' Journal, 07.04.16243.09
The Architects' Journal, 05.05.16243.11
The Architects' Journal, 09.06.16243.13
The Architects' Journal, 23.06.16243.14

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The Architects' Journal is a weekly architectural magazine published in London by Ascential, first produced in 1896. Originally named The Builder's Journal and Architectural Record, it was renamed The Builder's Journal and Architectural Engineer (1906-1910), The Architects and Builder's Journal (1911-1919), and The Architects Journal (1919-date).

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