Anatomy of a building

Anatomy of a building


By Rowan Moore

Anatomy of a Building is a meditation on the architecture of the Royal College of Physicians, focusing particularly on its current home, a Grade I listed building designed by Sir Denys Lasdun. This book is written in the centenary year of Lasdun's birth, exactly 50 years after the opening of the building in 1964.

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