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Thatched cottages, Milton Abbas, Dorset

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Chambers, Sir William (1723-1796)
NOTES: The market town of Milton Abbas was demolished in its entirety by the Earl of Dochester between 1771 and 1790. He commissioned Capability Brown the plans for a new village, consisting mainly of cottages lining up the main street. The cottages were designed by Sir William Chambers.

Design for the extension of Crayford Garden Village, Kent, including a cinema, housing and the River Cray

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Allen, John Gordon (1885-1964)
NOTES: The Crayford Cottage Society was built with War Office grants to house munitions workers at the Vickers plant during the First World War. This extension to the village was undertaken between 1915 and 1920.

'The town from below', Biot

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NOTES: Cullen's series of views of Biot were begun in 1967 and published in the Architectural Review in December 1974.

'The White room', Biot

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NOTES: Cullen's series of views of Biot were begun in 1967 and published in the Architectural Review in December 1974.

'The Church', Biot

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NOTES: Cullen's series of views of Biot were begun in 1967 and published in the Architectural Review in December 1974.

Two designs showing modern housing integrated into the existing layout of the imaginary medieval village of 'Long Lent'

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Cullen, Gordon (1914-1994)
NOTES: Cullen's drawings of a imaginary West country village called Long Lent were made for his publication 'Notation' (Leicester and London: De Montfort Press, 1968). The book focussed on the regeneration of villages and town centres using the system of notation based on chains or scales of qualities felt necessary for effective town planning.

View of a modern porch housing integrated into the existing layout of the imaginary medieval village of 'Long Lent' with a church seen in the background

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NOTES: Cullen's drawings of a imaginary West country village called Long Lent were made for his publication 'Notation' (De Montfort Press (Leicester and London: De Montfort Press, 1968). The book focussed on the regeneration of villages and town centres using the system of notation based on chains or scales of qualities felt necessary for effective town planning.
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