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belushi
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76 of 78  Sun 4th Apr 2021 8:21pm  
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Art and design must evolve; the new generation will spurn old styles lest it is thought to be non-creative. Avant-garde rules. Sometimes it's good (Art Deco in the early C20), sometimes bad (Brutalism in the 1950s), but that's just my opinion. Interesting that you cite a mountain view is universally pleasing - it may be today but in the C19 it was terrifying, and such areas were seen as no-go areas.
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lindatee2002
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77 of 78  Mon 5th Apr 2021 2:03pm  
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On 15th Dec 2018 5:02pm, Prof said: I like the strong lines of the east end set off by the circular chapel of Christ the Servant.
The bricks on the right in this photo look as though they are from another era, maybe Tudor. Was this deliberate or is it the light and angle of the photo?
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Prof
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78 of 78  Sat 5th Jun 2021 11:25pm  
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Chapel of Christ the Servant under construction. Christine Hill
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