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Concrete 06/12/14

On a cold day in December, a hardy band of concrete enthusiasts join us on a tour of Manchester city centre.      

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Concrete 06/12/14

On a cold day in December, a hardy band of concrete enthusiasts join us on a tour of Manchester city centre.      

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Sacred Suburbs

Sacred Suburbs launches 23.11.14 Sacred Suburbs is celebration of post-war places of worship in the hinterlands of Greater Manchester. Whilst St. Raphael the Archangel (1963) by Massey & Massey and the magnificent William Temple Memorial Church (1965) by George Pace are well-known and

St Saviours

Sacred Suburbs

Sacred Suburbs launches 23.11.14 Sacred Suburbs is celebration of post-war places of worship in the hinterlands of Greater Manchester. Whilst St. Raphael the Archangel (1963) by Massey & Massey and the magnificent William Temple Memorial Church (1965) by George Pace are well-known and

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The Modernist Shop

What to buy for the Modernist in your life. Christmas is coming and Modernists can be a fussy bunch to buy for. But do not fear – you don’t even have to leave the house and go to the real shops,

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The Modernist Shop

What to buy for the Modernist in your life. Christmas is coming and Modernists can be a fussy bunch to buy for. But do not fear – you don’t even have to leave the house and go to the real shops,

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EVENT: Gate81: Saving Preston Bus Station: 04.12.14

Gate81: Saving Preston Bus Station December 4th 2014 Join the Manchester Modernist Society and Modernist Magazine in the sixth of a short season of events at Manchester’s Central Library. This talk by Sally Stone will focus on Gate 81, a multi-disciplinary series

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EVENT: Gate81: Saving Preston Bus Station: 04.12.14

Gate81: Saving Preston Bus Station December 4th 2014 Join the Manchester Modernist Society and Modernist Magazine in the sixth of a short season of events at Manchester’s Central Library. This talk by Sally Stone will focus on Gate 81, a multi-disciplinary series

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Sci-Eng50 – an exhibition celebrating 50 years of sciences at John Dalton.

John Dalton Phase 2 (and the BBC) Oxford Road, Manchester. Sci-Eng50 – an exhibition celebrating 50 years of sciences at John Dalton. Opened by Harold Wilson in December 1964, the John Dalton Building heralded the dawning of a new age

2013-05-08 00.15.14

Sci-Eng50 – an exhibition celebrating 50 years of sciences at John Dalton.

John Dalton Phase 2 (and the BBC) Oxford Road, Manchester. Sci-Eng50 – an exhibition celebrating 50 years of sciences at John Dalton. Opened by Harold Wilson in December 1964, the John Dalton Building heralded the dawning of a new age

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Crowd funding for another year of our magazine, oh and a new design!

Crowd funding for our new design Twelve issues after our launch in 2011, we think its time to get a bit bigger and better – with more pages, more colour and a brand new design. An upscaled magazine is going to

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Crowd funding for another year of our magazine, oh and a new design!

Crowd funding for our new design Twelve issues after our launch in 2011, we think its time to get a bit bigger and better – with more pages, more colour and a brand new design. An upscaled magazine is going to

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EVENT: Mapping Manchester’s Cold War Tunnels: 02.10.14

Mapping Manchester’s Cold War Tunnels 2nd October 2014 Join the Manchester Modernist Society and Modernist Magazine in the fourth of a short season of events at Manchester’s Central Library. This talk focuses on a massive tunnel space built in the 1950s under Manchester

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EVENT: Mapping Manchester’s Cold War Tunnels: 02.10.14

Mapping Manchester’s Cold War Tunnels 2nd October 2014 Join the Manchester Modernist Society and Modernist Magazine in the fourth of a short season of events at Manchester’s Central Library. This talk focuses on a massive tunnel space built in the 1950s under Manchester