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Streets Of Your Town

Episode 1 ABC November 8, 2016

Broadcaster, comedian and architecture enthusiast Tim Ross reveals the origins of modernism; a design philosophy that boomed in the mid 20th century as architects rejected ornamentation and embraced materials like glass and steel.

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