The new C20 brings to light some of the more unheralded aspects of architecture and design. This includes Billy Reading's fascinating history of mid-century fire stations, a closer look at the work of architectural modelmakers, a visit to a modernist riverside gem on the Isle of Dogs, and a profile on the leafy English-style suburb found in Bogotá.
Elsewhere, John Boughton looks at the big ideas that came out of council estate planning, there's a look at the refurbishment of Glasgow's Burrell Collection, and Graeme Mitchell unveils highlights of his tour of Catford.
C20 is the magazine of the Twentieth Century Society and features in-depth articles on architecture, design and conservation from the period.
Size: 238 x 300mm