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Concrete Tour March 2015

Some geeks in town or Concrete Breeds Apathy

Well, it seems they knew we were coming. As the Manchester Modernist Society concrete tour began on a chilly March morning with a welcoming graffito on Tadeo Ando’s wall.. ‘Some geeks in town’. OK maybe they were right, we’ve been

Concrete Tour March 2015

Some geeks in town or Concrete Breeds Apathy

Well, it seems they knew we were coming. As the Manchester Modernist Society concrete tour began on a chilly March morning with a welcoming graffito on Tadeo Ando’s wall.. ‘Some geeks in town’. OK maybe they were right, we’ve been

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EVENT: The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair 21/03/15

The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair This Saturday 21st March, will see us setting up shop at the The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair.  The event, taking place over the entire weekend, aims to provide a friendly atmosphere where print enthusiasts can

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EVENT: The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair 21/03/15

The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair This Saturday 21st March, will see us setting up shop at the The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair.  The event, taking place over the entire weekend, aims to provide a friendly atmosphere where print enthusiasts can

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EVENT: Sacred Suburbs (Seminar and Bus Tour) 11/04/15

Ever had a little faith? Sacred Suburbs is a one-day event celebrating and debating the architecture of Manchester’s post-war places of worship (1945-1975). Along with new estates and inner city high-rise developments, the post-war period witnessed an unprecedented increase in

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EVENT: Sacred Suburbs (Seminar and Bus Tour) 11/04/15

Ever had a little faith? Sacred Suburbs is a one-day event celebrating and debating the architecture of Manchester’s post-war places of worship (1945-1975). Along with new estates and inner city high-rise developments, the post-war period witnessed an unprecedented increase in

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EVENT: Mainstream Modern Website Launch Event 12/02/15

MAINSTREAM MODERN Website Launch event   Here at MMS we have a number of collaborators and advisors, one of whom is Richard Brook, Principal Lecturer at the Manchester School of Architecture. Richard has made regular contributions to our magazine, The Modernist,

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EVENT: Mainstream Modern Website Launch Event 12/02/15

MAINSTREAM MODERN Website Launch event   Here at MMS we have a number of collaborators and advisors, one of whom is Richard Brook, Principal Lecturer at the Manchester School of Architecture. Richard has made regular contributions to our magazine, The Modernist,

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EVENT: Planning Documents at the Peoples History Museum 24/01/15

Handling Session 24.01.15    The Peoples History Museum has a rich and varied archive and part of that is material related to town planning and housing. We have been given the opportunity to have a private handling session where we

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EVENT: Planning Documents at the Peoples History Museum 24/01/15

Handling Session 24.01.15    The Peoples History Museum has a rich and varied archive and part of that is material related to town planning and housing. We have been given the opportunity to have a private handling session where we

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EVENT: Concrete Walk 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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EVENT: Concrete Walk 06/12/14

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

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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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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