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  1. 1989 – Sumário do livro “A vision of Britain” CONTENTS. Introduction. A Vision of Britain. Ten Principles. Conclusion. Acknowledgments. Index. Fonte(s): HRH The Prince of Wales. A vision of Britan: a personal view of architecture.

  2. 160. ISBN. 978-0385269032. OCLC. 19127346. A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture is a 1989 book written by Charles III, then the Prince of Wales.

  3. TLDR. Analysis of evidence collected by the Mass-Observation Archive (MOA) found that while some people prefer public library buildings to retain their historic style and feel, others demand contemporary designs like those employed in recent years for new, ‘flagship’ buildings in Norwich, Peckham, Brighton and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 15.

  4. A vision of Britain : a personal view of architecture Author : Charles Summary : Prince Charles stresses the need to preserve the unique character of towns and cities, the desirability of reviewing existing planning laws, and the importance of providing architecture on a human scale.

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  6. Met reg. In addition to his TV-documentary, A vision of Britain, the Prince of Wales stresses the need to preserve the character of towns and cities, the desirability of reviewing existing planning laws and the importance of providing an architecture which people really want, and which is on a human scale. He emphasises the positive side of ...

  7. 21 de out. de 1989 · 3.69. 58 ratings6 reviews. Makes a personal plea for urban development that preserves the unique character and tradition of towns and cities, arguing that architecture serves the aesthetic and practical needs of the average citizen. Genres ArchitectureArtBritish LiteratureNonfictionPolitics. 160 pages, Hardcover. First published October 21, 1989.