Church Monuments Society


Against Dystopia

By CMS in Recent publications

Our member James Curl has issued an blast of the trumpet against what he calls ‘A cultural and environmental catastrophe; massive destruction, a waste of resources, alien urban landscapes, and the elimination of all decoration and choice’ in his Making Dystopia: The Strange Rise and Survival of Architectural Barbarism (Oxford University Press, 2018). More information and reviews below.

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