Conservation and Structure - the Roof to the Great Hall, Bedford School
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Conservation and Structure - the Roof to the Great Hall, Bedford School

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Conservation and Structure - the Roof to the Great Hall, Bedford School
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The paper makes some observations and suggestions about developing an approach to conservation that includes the consideration of a building’s anatomy and structure. It describes the reconstruction of the Great Hall roof of Bedford School as an example of this approach. D. Sugden and C. Wymer

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