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Sir John Summerson (left) and Sir Osbert Lancaster in the Bride of Denmark, 9-13 Queen Anne's Gate, London

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Lancaster, Sir Osbert (1908-1986)
NOTES: The Bride of Denmark was created in 1947 in the basement of the offices of the Architectural Press (publishers of the Architects' Journal and the Architectural Review) from salvaged elements of pubs damaged during the war or rejected by brewery owners.

Reyner Banham

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Banham, Peter Reyner (1922-1988)

Charles Jencks

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Paolozzi, Sir Eduardo (1924-2005)

Robin Middleton

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Middleton, Robin (1931-)

Olive Cook with John, James and Anne Ravilious

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Cook, Olive (1912-2002)
NOTES: John, James and Anne were the children of artists Eric and Tirzah Ravilious.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: John Harris, the curator with Alan Irvine

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Harris, John (1931-)
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: John Harris, the curator with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Mr and Mrs H. J. Heinz

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Harris, John (1931-)
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: Jill Lever

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Lever, Jill
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: Reyner Banham

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Banham, Peter Reyner (1922-1988)
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: Margaret Richardson and Jill Lever

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Lever, Jill
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.
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