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Victorian architecture by Roger Dixon
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Victorian architecture (edition 1978)

by Roger Dixon, Stefan Muthesius

Series: World of Art

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Explores the interplay of social forms, technological advances, and creative achievements that gave rise to various building types in the Victorian age.
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Title:Victorian architecture
Authors:Roger Dixon
Other authors:Stefan Muthesius
Info:New York : Oxford University Press, 1978.
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