‘The plan might look well on paper but it would not be London’: How the London County Council used art and architecture to rebuild the communities of London — Municipal Dreams

I’m delighted to feature another guest post this week, this by Rosamund West who is researching ‘London County Council housing schemes and public art, 1943-1965’ for a PhD at Kingston University. She’d be pleased to hear from anyone with an interest in her work – further information and contact details are given at the end of the post. The London […]

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One Comment on “‘The plan might look well on paper but it would not be London’: How the London County Council used art and architecture to rebuild the communities of London — Municipal Dreams”

  1. […] was also great to hear about Rosamund West’s research about the London County Council’s patronage of art for residential estates. Rosamund […]


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