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Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence

Learn how British modernist architecture of the 1940s was adapted to the hot, humid conditions of West Africa and South Asia. Discover how the nations of Ghana and India reclaimed the style for nation-building and meet the architects who established Tropical Modernism as a symbol of a post-colonial future.
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Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence
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