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Introducing the Rural Modernists

In last Friday’s Times, Harry Mount penned a piece about the Modernism that is beginning to infuse rural architecture.

Typically, the countryside has been architecturally staid, with new properties cleaving firmly to the styles of old: thatched cottages, brick piles and Tudor mansions. But this is beginning to change.

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