Design Review: Volume 4, Issue 5 (October-November 1952)
Volume 4, Number 5 October/November 1952.
|Here and There: Sharawag
|The Nan Kivell Collection
|A House in Stokes Valley: William Toomath
|To Build or Not to Build: M. B. Patience
|Craftsman from Sweden: Beatrice Ashton
|Work by the Wellington Technical College School of Architecture
|Art Review: E. C. Simpson
|Gramophone Notes: John Gray
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