Happy birthday Philip Webb

Father of Arts & Crafts architecture and SPAB co-founder Philip Webb was born on this day in 1831. He was an architect, designer, conservationist and mentor.

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Understanding Your Old House

Mills Section Spring Event: Pioneers of the Milling World

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Ruskin & Venice - An enduring influence on conservation

Ruskin & the Land - The Guild of St George & Ruskin Land

New architecture graduates win design prizes for inventive schemes that re-imagine challenging historic spaces

Three young architecture graduates have won the SPAB's prestigious ‘new design in historic contexts’ award, the Philip Webb Award, for their separate schemes proving that with imagination and sensitivity you don’t need to demolish historic buildings.

SPAB Spring Lecture Series 2019

 
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