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  1. 21 de out. de 1989 · A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture. Hardcover – October 21, 1989. 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.

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  2. Uma Visão da Grã-Bretanha: Uma Visão Pessoal da Arquitetura é um livro de 1989 escrito por Charles, Príncipe de Gales . Resumo O príncipe de Gales dá sua opinião sobre os edifícios no Reino Unido. [ 1] Documentário Antes do lançamento do livro, foi feito um documentário da BBC chamado HRH Prince Of Wales: A Vision Of Britain.

  3. A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture Capa dura – 21 outubro 1989 Edição Inglês por HRH Prince Of Wales (Autor) 4,2 de 5 estrelas 37 avaliações de clientes Ver todos os formatos e edições Capa dura a partir de R$ 267,39 4 Usado a partir de R$ 267,39 2 Novo a partir de R$ 371,20

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  4. A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture is a 1989 book written by Charles III, then the Prince of Wales . Summary [ edit] The Prince of Wales gives his views on the buildings in the United Kingdom. [1] Documentary [ edit] Before the book was released, a BBC documentary was made called HRH Prince Of Wales: A Vision Of Britain.

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  5. A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture. Prince Charles stresses the need to preserve the unique character of towns and cities, the desirability of reviewing existing planning laws,...

  6. Flatten out the wildly expensive circular form and it replicates a thousand other banal office blocks spec-builders imposed on every British city after WW2.If there's any fault to be found in the Prince's book it's after the impact of his memorable indignant river trip consoling readers with the modest achievements of reasonable British architects comes as something of anti-climax.Personally I wish he'd ramp-up his Trafalgar Square crusade (saving The National Gallery) and take every ...

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