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Restoring Drakes concrete house. At the beginning of the project the house was a ruined shell. The porch, east bay window and half the roof had collapsed. Image: Paul Latham, The Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Context July 2013. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/130/index.html#/42/
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