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The Future city

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The Future city. Dunn, Nick (Artist); Cureton, Paul (Artist); Francis, Nick (Other). 2015. Event: The Future City, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, United Kingdom.

Research output: Exhibits, objects and web-based outputsExhibition

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Dunn, N, Cureton, P & Francis, N, The Future city, 2015, Exhibition.

APA

Dunn, N. (Artist), Cureton, P. (Artist), & Francis, N. (Other). (2015). The Future city. Exhibition, Retrieved from http://www.architecture.com/WhatsOn/Feb2015/TheFutureCity.aspx

Vancouver

Dunn N (Artist), Cureton P (Artist), Francis N (Other). The Future city 2015.

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Dunn, Nick (Artist) ; Cureton, Paul (Artist) ; Francis, Nick (Other). / The Future city. [Exhibition].

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