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Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: Bernard Tschumi at the gathering for the Edouardo Paolozzi lecture

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Tschumi, Bernard (1944-)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: gathering for the Edouardo Paolozzi lecture with Charles Jencks talking to Edouardo Paolozzi (centre back), and Ron Herron in the foreground

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Herron, Ron (1930-1994)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Art Net gallery, 14 West Central Street, Covent Garden, London: gathering for the Edouardo Paolozzi lecture with Charles Jencks talking to Edouardo Paolozzi (centre back)

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Paolozzi, Sir Eduardo (1924-2005)
NOTES: The Art Net gallery was set up by Peter Cook, the co-founder of Archigram, in late 1973 specifically to mount any kind of exhibition which he considered of artistic interest and which would not get a commercial airing. It was originally located in the Archigram studio at 53 Endell Street, Covent Garden and moved to the Studio International building at 14 West Central Street, Bloomsbury, in May 1974.

Office for Building Design Partnership, Preston, Lancashire

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Building Design Partnership
NOTES; This is an early example of open office planning (burolandschaft) in Britain.

Hillingdon Civic Centre, London: the open-plan architects' offices

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Robert Matthew Johnson-Marshall & Partners

Discarded models or 'scrapheap' of the Royal National Theatre, South Bank, London, in Lasdun's model studio

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Denys Lasdun & Partners
NOTES: This pile of discarded models was referred to by Denys Lasdun as the 'scrapheap'.

Mill House Studio, Bridge Road, East Molesey, Surrey: windows of the drawing office facing the garden of the architect's home

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Eric Lyons & Partners
NOTES: The studio was built for his practice next to Lyons's own home.

Mill House Studio, Bridge Road, East Molesey, Surrey: the drawing office

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Eric Lyons & Partners
NOTES: The studio was built for his practice next to Lyons's own home.

SBI prototype office building, Wavendon Tower, Wavendon, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

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Milton Keynes Development Corporation. Architects Department
NOTES: Milton Keynes, which incorporated the existing towns of Bletchley, Wolverton and Stony Stratford along with another fifteen villages and farmland in between, was designated a new town in 1967 and planning control was thus taken from elected local authorities and delegated to the Milton Keynes Development Corporation (MKDC). This building, constructed using the System Building for Industry developed by the Industry Group at the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, was used initially to house the Corporation's architects' office. The construction of this building required only 24 weeks. It is now commercial offices.
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