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This monograph outlines the social background to its design in post-war welfare state Britain; discusses its acoustic design; and presents it as a fine example of the technology and detailing of the period.It will demonstrate several different elements of modern design combined with the fabulous music, art and drama that unified the people of Britain, post war.It will also incorporate the underlying relationship between man and building and.
Royal Festival Hall is one of the masterpieces of post-war British architecture.
It was visited during construction by Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, Frank Lloyd Wright and others; and it duly received critical acclaim when opened.
Royal Festival Hall was not just commissioned but designed by the LCC itself.
Royal Festival Hall, Phaidon, in the, architecture in Detail series, London, 1992 5 Evelyn Waugh.
From his essay on Robert Adam in Classical Design in the Late Twentieth Century, Winchester, 1990.
Festival s South Bank site, the, royal Festival Hall was the biggest and most visible Modernist building in the country at the time.
It was designed by Leslie Martin, Peter Moro, and Robert Matthews from London County Council s Architects Department.
Royal Festival Hall is a 2,500-seat concert, dance and talks venue within Southbank Centre in London.