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Restoring Drakes concrete house. : Visual anomalies (due to previous structural trauma) have been treated as part of the story that the concrete house had to tell. They have been left only lightly patinated with sooty water so as not to completely hide the restorers surgical efforts. Image: Paul Latham, The Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Context July 2013. After' images courtesy of Robin Barrett-Forster http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/130/index.html#/42/
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