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The Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens

Volume 3: Public Buildings, Etc.

By (author) A S G Butler
With George Stewart
With Christopher Hussey


Publishing 24th Apr 2024
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  • Third volume of Edwin Lutyens’ work
  • Includes the Cenotaph at Westminster, the Thiepval Memorial, The Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool, and the colossal Midland Bank building in Manchester, as well as numerous townhouse renovations
  • One of the few books in the world that can provide working drawings
  • Beautiful black-and-white photographs
Full Description

The genius of Edwin Lutyens is now universally recognized. When the acclaimed English architect passed away in 1944, three large volumes of his drawings and photographs were commissioned from the thousands found in his office and were published by Country Life. In 2023, all three volumes will be republished by ACC Art Books.

This third and final volume showcases Lutyens’ detailed plans and elevations for the greatest examples of his townhouse renovations, memorials and public buildings, including the Cenotaph at Westminster, the Thiepval Memorial, and the colossal Midland Bank building in Manchester.

These reissues are once again bringing to the world’s attention not just the professionalism of a great architect, but also the loving care with which he set down the minutiae of his visions. They are among the few books in existence illustrated with his working drawings, as well as pristine photos of the finished masterpieces themselves. A beautiful tribute to a monumental figure in the history of modern architecture. 

ACC Art Books
Publish date
24th Apr 2024
USA & Canada
11.81 in x 14.17 in
260 Pages
226 b&w
Name of series
The Architecture of Sir Edwin Lutyens
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