Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Street Architecture Medal
|Artist/Photographer||Jones, Langford (1888-1937)|
|Library Reference||BRIT 6/15(10)|
|Subject||Cathedrals ; Domes ; Insignia, emblems ; Metalwork ; Sculpture ; Construction sites|
NOTES: The idea for the RIBA Street Architecture Medal began before World War I with the idea of giving awards to encourage excellence in design and an increase of public interest in street architecture in London. In 1923 the first award for the best public building in London completed during the previous year was presented to W. Curtis Green for Wolseley House, 157-160 Piccadilly.
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