Basil Spence: Buildings and Projects. Edited by Louise Campbell, Miles Glendinning and Jane Thomas. Published by RIBA Publications on 6 March 2012.
S.Walford, D.Morris, J.Willis, K.Lee, Journey into the Light: the art treasures of Coventry Cathedral, their making and meaning (Coventry, 2012).
L.Campbell, M.Glendinning and J.Thomas (editors), Basil Spence: Buildings and Projects (RIBA Publications, 2012).
P.Long and J.Thomas (editors), Basil Spence Architect (National Galleries of Scotland, 2007).
L.Campbell, Coventry Cathedral: art and architecture in post-war Britain (Clarendon studies in the History of Art, OUP, 1996).
L.Campbell, ‘Architecture, war and peace: Coventry cathedral and the arts of reconstruction’ in C.Lamb, ed. Reconciling people : Coventry Cathedral’s story (Canterbury Press, 2011), pp.1-32.
J.Thomas, 'The Basil Spence exhibition', in P.Sparke & Deyan Sujic (editors), Representing Architecture. New Discussions : Ideologies, Techniques, Curation (Design Museum, 2008).
L.Campbell, 'The Phoenix and the city: war, peace and architecture' in R.MacCormac & V.Lovell (eds.) Phoenix : architecture/art/regeneration (Black Dog Books, 2004)
M.Glendinning, 'The tall barracks artistically reconsidered: Hyde Park Cavalry Barracks and the total environment of modern militatry life' in I.Boyd Whyte (editor), Man-Made Future: planning, education and design in mid-century Britain (Routledge, 2007), pp.223-245.
S.Walford, 'Building for Education: The School Designs of Sir Basil Spence', in Architectural Heritage, vol. 22 (2011), pp.137-156. Online.
L.Campbell, 'Building on the Backs: Basil Spence, Queens College Cambridge and university architecture at mid-century', in Architectural History, vol. 54 (2011), pp.383-405.
J.Thomas, 'The Sir Basil Spence exhibition and archive', in History Scotland, January 2008, pp.4-6.
M.Glendinning, '"Una lezione di civilta": New Zealand House, the British Embassy in Rome and the Modernist architecture of Post-colonial diplomacy', In Fabrications (New Zealand) vol.14, nos 1 -2 (Dec.2004), pp.83-103.
L.Campbell, 'Towards a new cathedral: the competition for Coventry Cathedral 1950-51' in Architectural History, vol. 35 (1992), pp.208-234.
David Walker, Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall (Building of the Month). March 2008. The Twentieth Century Society website.
Architecture Week 2007 - leaflet.
For an architectural trail of Coventry Cathedral and churches designed by Spence.
Text by Louise Campbell and David Walker as part of the research project.
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Conference papers (text):
Stamp, G, Lutyens and Spence. Plenary lecture, delivered at the project conference "Architecture, diplomacy and national identity: Sir Basil Spence and mid-century modernism". The British School At Rome, 3 - 5 December 2008.
J.Beveridge, The Edinburgh Office - Overview. Presentation notes for paper delivered at the project conference "Spence and Scotland: Sir Basil Spence’s upbringing, training, and practice in Scotland". Edinburgh, 7th May 2008.
J.Beveridge, The Edinburgh Office - 1946-1951. Presentation notes for paper delivered at the project conference "Spence and Scotland: Sir Basil Spence’s upbringing, training, and practice in Scotland". Edinburgh, 7th May 2008.
A.Merrylees, The Edinburgh Office - 1952 onwards. Paper delivered at the project conference "Spence and Scotland: Sir Basil Spence’s upbringing, training, and practice in Scotland". Edinburgh, 7th May 2008.
Conference papers (audio with transcript):
J.Thomas. Presentation. Recorded at the project conference "Sir Basil Spence re -viewed: the architect and his office", held at Old Blue Coat School, Coventry, 29 August 2008.
P.Winchester. Presentation. Recorded at the project conference "Sir Basil Spence re-viewed: the architect and his office", held at Old Blue Coat School, Coventry, 29 August 2008.
Interviews (edited transcripts):
A.Merrylees. Andrew Merrylees interviewed by Clive B Fenton at RCAHMS, 7 July 2005.
D.Rock. David Rock interviewed by Miles Glendinning and Jane Thomas, 18 February 2004. A detailed summary of the topics discussed by Rock, with key elements transcribed directly from the interview by Katherine Atkinson in March 2013