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Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London: panorama of the auditorium

RIBA3258-49
London County Council. Architects Department

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London: the auditorium seen from a box

RIBA3259-49
London County Council. Architects Department

Finsbury Health Centre, Pine Street, Finsbury, London: the disinfecting station

RIBA3337-52
Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: The Finsbury Health Centre was an attempt to rationalize the borough's health provision by providing on a single site a wide range of facilities, the needs of some of which could alter radically with time. Tecton's masterly solution to the complex circulation patterns such a multi-functional building entailed was hailed by architectural and medical critics alike as a prototype and a radical break with traditional health provision. The building is Grade I listed and was partly restored in the 1990s.

Byker Wall, Byker housing redevelopment, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

RIBA3426-57
Erskine, Ralph (1914-2005)
NOTES: This multi-family housing development was one of the first major examples in Britain of community architecture. Erskine oversaw the development of this project, begun in 1972 and completed in 1978, allowing for tenant cooperation and architectural innovation on a large scale.

Europa Building, London Airport: the passenger handling concourse

RIBA3509-62
Gibberd, Sir Frederick (1908-1984)
NOTES: Designed for short-haul flights, this building, together with the Queen's Building (demolished in 2009) and the air traffic control building, was one of the original airport buildings designed by Frederick Gibberd for the Ministry of Transport. It was renamed Terminal 2 in 1968. London Aiport was renamed Heathrow in 1966.

Houses, Erasmuslaan, Utrecht

RIBA3531-63
Rietveld, Gerrit Thomas (1888-1964)

Sun House, Frognal Way, Hampstead, London

RIBA3536-63
Fry, Edwin Maxwell (1899-1987)

Casa Batllo, 43 Passeig de Gracia, Barcelona: balcony detail

RIBA3651-71
Gaudi, Antoni (1852-1926)
NOTES: This house was built for Josep Batllo, a wealthy aristocrat, who lived on the lower two floors with his family. The upper floors were rented out as apartments.
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