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Tecton [1932-1947. UK. Architectural Firm]


Tecton [also known as Tecton Group and TECTON Architects] was an architectural p… subscribers only

Highpoint Flats,  Highgate, London (1935-38) by the Tecton Group

Highpoint Flats, Highgate, London (1935-38) by the Tecton Group


1. Allan, John. Berthold Lubetkin: architecture and the tradition of progress. London: RIBA Publications, 1992

2. Coe, Peter and Reading, Malcolm. Lubetkin and Tecton: architecture and social commitment: a critical study London: Arts Council of Great Britain; Bristol: University of Bristol, 1981

3. Contemporary architects. Edited by Ann Lee Morgan and Colin Naylor. Chicago, Illinois: St. James Press, 2nd edition 1987 [Entry on Berthold Lubetkin]

4. Jordon, Robert Furneaux. 'Lubetkin'. Architectural Review vol. 118, July 1955 pp. 36-44 [Discusses the major projects by Berthold Lubetkin and Tecton]

5. Lambert, Sam. 'Historic pioneers: architects and clients’. Architects' Journal vol. vo. 151, 11 March 1970 pp. 594-597 [Regent's Park Zoo in London designed by Lubetkin and Tecton is discussed]

6. Lewittes, Deborah. Berthold Lubetkin's Highpoint II and the Jewish contribution to modern English architecture Abingdon, Oxfordshire; New York, NY: Routledge, 2018

7. Mills, Edward David. The New Architecture in Britain 1946-1953. London: Reinhold, 1953 [Includes a description of a multi-storey flats in Finsbury designerd by Tecton pp. 63-74]]

8. Nelson, George. 'Architects of Europe today, 12: Tecton'. Pencil Points vol. 17, October 1936 pp. 528-540 [Focuses on three projects by Lubetkin and Tecton - Highgate Flats in London, Regent's Park Zoo, and Whipsnade Zoo]

9. Reading, Malcolm and Coe, Peter. Lubetkin and Tecton. London: Triangle Architectural Publishing, 1992

10. Service, Alastair. The Architects of London and their buildings from 1066 to the present. London: The Architectural Press, 1979

11. Tecton. Planned A.R.P.: based on the investigation of structural protection against an attack in the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury London : Architectural Press, 1939

12. Working-Class Residential Flats in Reinforced Concrete : report on a competition for designs of blocks of working-class residential flats in reinforced concrete : organised by the Cement Marketing Company Limited. Introduction by P. Morton Shand. London: Cement Marketing Company, 1935 [Report on a competition organised by the Cement Marketing Company. The winner was Lubetkin and Tecton, in partnership with the civil engineer, Ove Arup.]

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