This book engagingly describes and illustrates over 100 outstanding projects from around Britain that have contributed to the country's architectural rejuvenation in the twenty-first century. Landmark projects by well-known architects, such as Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners' Eden Project in Cornwall, Daniel Libeskind's Imperial War Museum North in Manchester and Foster and Partners' tower at 30 St Mary Axe in London, feature alongside the work of younger, smaller practices, including many based outside the capital. New Architecture in Britain makes a forceful contribution to the continuing debate about the role of architecture in forging a new environment and underpinning the growth of a healthy society.
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