Launched in 1896 as The Architectural Review for the Artist and Craftsman by Percy Hastings, owner of the Architectural Press. The Architectural Review is the longest-running and one of the most respected British architectural journals. Contains articles on domestic, commercial, industrial and civic architecture; as well as articles on stained glass; furniture; architectural sculpture; interior decoration, art metalwork; garden design, etc. Architects, designers and craftspeople whose work is discussed and illustrated include C.F.A. Voysey, C.R. Ashbee, M.H. Baillie Scott, and Christopher Whall
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|GSA Library||Reserve Collection (Ask at Desk)||Nov 1896-Nov 1899; Jun-Dec 1902; 1903-1907; 1909; 1911-1914; 1948-1984||Missing: Missing 1960: JAN, APR|
|GSA Library||Journals Collection (Level 0)||1985 -||Missing: Jan-Mar 1994 ; Jan 1997 ; Jun 1997 ; Dec 2004|