ISSUE 1, April 2002

Editorial
MQ Interview: HRH the Duke of Kent
Grand Lodge: Quarterly Communication
Masonic Charities
Grand Lodge: General News
Architecture: Freemasons' Hall: Art Deco in the Shadow of Covent Garden
Gardener's Diary: Springing into Action
Book Reviews

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The Art Deco Gem


A remarkable architectural building in London's Covent Garden is unveiled by John Hamill


Despite its dominance of Great Queen Street and its visibility both from the Millennium Wheel and to anyone walking up Long Acre to Covent Garden, London's Freemasons' Hall is one of England's best-kept architectural secrets. Its monumental exterior - an amalgam of classical influences - encloses an interior showing art deco design at its best. Its architectural importance has been recognised by both its exterior and interior being given Grade II listed building status.

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