(Adeiladwaith yng Nghymru Heddiw)
W. S. Purchon
The third talk in the ' Modernism in Wales ' series
W. S. Purchon , who is head of the Welsh School of Architecture, Tech- nical College, Cardiff, will point out that. although it is important to have inspiring public buildings, it is no less important that our towns should be pleasant places to live in and that we should be at pains to preserve the beauty of the countryside.
He is well qualified to speak ; apart from his position at the School of Architecture, he is a Past President of the South Wales Institute of Architects, is secretary of its central branch, and secretary of the Cardiff Civic Society.
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