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Lee Priory
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Audio of the 18th-century writer and collector Horace Walpole commenting on Lee Priory
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Decoration of Churches
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Audio of 19th-century views on the decoration of churches
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DesignLab: Exploring Skylines
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This resource focuses on city skylines and explores how individual buildings, their design, structure and materials, combined create an important aspect of a city's visual identity: its skyline.
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RIBA/V&A Online Workshops
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Six online workshops based on images and material drawn from the RIBA and V&A, exploring six different themes in architecture: Design in process; Drawing out meaning; Education in a modern world; Picturing London; Roaming Rome; and Urban adventures.
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