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Bernard Cox (1905 - 1970) was a Palmerston North architect. The houses designed by Cox are important as examples of modernism, a major twentieth century movement that revolutionised the way houses are designed and constructed and which expressed the social vision of the mid-twentieth century. This booklet, detailing Cox's life and some of his buildings, was written to accompany an exhibition mounted by the Manawatu Branch of the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.

Identification

Object type
Multi-Page Document
Digitisation ID
2013Pa_IMCA-DigitalMaster_007374
Title
The Houses of Bernard Cox
Held In
IMCA Digital Archive
Relation
Public Photograph Collection 782.; IMCA Digital Archive
Date
May 2001

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Palmerston North

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architecture,
electronic texts,
residential,
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