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Pentagram Papers 35: Tin Tabernacles and Other Buildings

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Publisher: Pentagram Design Limited
Publication: 2006, First Edition
Binding: Softcover, saddle-stitch
Pages: 32
Size: 148 x 210
Text: English
Design: Pentagram Design

Pentagram Papers have been produced exclusively for clients and colleagues since 1975, and were published to provide "examples of curious, entertaining, stimulating, provocative, and occasionally controversial points of view that have come to the attention of, or in some cases, are actually originated by, Pentagram."

'Invented in 1844 by Phoenix Iron Works in England, corrugated galvanized iron churches, ordered through catalogues, were meant to be temporary. A prefabricated iron church could cost from £150 for a 150-seat chapel to £500 for a 350-seat chapel - a bargain compared to conventional building materials. British photographer and filmmaker Alasdair Ogilvie spent more than 20 years recording the dying traces of these buildings, which are featured in Pentagram Papers 35: Tin Tabernacles and Other Buildings.' (Source)

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Condition: Very Good. All titles are used and show shelf ware consistent with age. Light rubbing to cover and outer edges.

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