Restaurant extension, Whipsnade Zoo: the forecourt entrance area separated from the dining area by a curved wall
|Architect/Designer||Lubetkin & Tecton|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Glass bricks ; Entrances ; Houses|
NOTES: This project was an extension to the 18th century farmhouse that had been used as a restaurant and represents an attempt to demonstrate that a modernist solution could blend harmoniously with old buildings despite the differences in form and materials. Glass bricks were employed to highlight the entrance front which anticipates that of the Finsbury Health Centre.
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