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Margate Summer 2012

Tracey Emin has praised her native Margate as romantic and unsuburban. You can certainly feel something special when you get off the train. The long platform canopies are graceful and the spacious station interior, empty at noon on a weekday, … Continue reading

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Germany’s William Morris

The architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner had the clever idea that European Modernism in architecture and design began in England half a century earlier with William Morris. It was the thesis of his first book, Pioneers of the Modern Movement From … Continue reading

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