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Refurbishment of the United States Air Force Officers' Club headquarters, South Ruislip, London: the main thoroughfare seen from the reception area

RIBA57028
Hunt, Clive
NOTES: The club was completely refurbished with the layout entirely altered by Clive Hunt and Edwin Meayers, designers for Heal's Contracts.

Refurbishment of the United States Air Force Officers' Club headquarters, South Ruislip, London: the writing area in one corner of the lounge

RIBA57029
Hunt, Clive
NOTES: The club was completely refurbished with the layout entirely altered by Clive Hunt and Edwin Meayers, designers for Heal's Contracts.

Refurbishment of the United States Air Force Officers' Club headquarters, South Ruislip, London: the lounge area and main thoroughfare

RIBA57030
Hunt, Clive
NOTES: The club was completely refurbished with the layout entirely altered by Clive Hunt and Edwin Meayers, designers for Heal's Contracts.

Refurbishment of the United States Air Force Officers' Club headquarters, South Ruislip, London: the raised dining area

RIBA57031
Hunt, Clive
NOTES: The club was completely refurbished with the layout entirely altered by Clive Hunt and Edwin Meayers, designers for Heal's Contracts.

Duke of York's Barracks, Chelsea, London: the entrance facade

RIBA58399
Sanders, John (1768-1826)
NOTES: This military campus was purchased by the Cadogan Estate from the Ministry of Defence in 1998 and was redeveloped into a retail space and public court in 2006 by Paul Davis and Partners.

Duke of York's Barracks, Chelsea, London: the entrance portico

RIBA58400
Sanders, John (1768-1826)
NOTES: This military campus was purchased by the Cadogan Estate from the Ministry of Defence in 1998 and was redeveloped into a retail space and public court in 2006 by Paul Davis and Partners.

Royal Pavilion, Aldershot, Hampshire: guard rooms

RIBA61843
NOTES: An army base was established at Aldershot in 1854 and this pavilion on the wooded hilltop landscaped by Capability Brown was erected as a temporary residence for Queen Victoria when she visited to review the troops. The barracks were substantially rebuilt in 1961-1969 by Building Design Partnership and the pavilion demolished. In 2002 the European Headquarters of the Computer Sciences Corporation, designed by RTKL UK, was completed on the site of the pavilion.

Royal Pavilion, Aldershot, Hampshire

RIBA61844
NOTES: An army base was established at Aldershot in 1854 and this pavilion on the wooded hilltop landscaped by Capability Brown was erected as a temporary residence for Queen Victoria when she visited to review the troops. The barracks were substantially rebuilt in 1961-1969 by Building Design Partnership and the pavilion demolished. In 2002 the European Headquarters of the Computer Sciences Corporation, designed by RTKL UK, was completed on the site of the pavilion.

Royal Pavilion, Aldershot, Hampshire: the entrance porch

RIBA61845
NOTES: An army base was established at Aldershot in 1854 and this pavilion on the wooded hilltop landscaped by Capability Brown was erected as a temporary residence for Queen Victoria when she visited to review the troops. The barracks were substantially rebuilt in 1961-1969 by Building Design Partnership and the pavilion demolished. In 2002 the European Headquarters of the Computer Sciences Corporation, designed by RTKL UK, was completed on the site of the pavilion.

Royal Pavilion, Aldershot, Hampshire

RIBA61846
NOTES: An army base was established at Aldershot in 1854 and this pavilion on the wooded hilltop landscaped by Capability Brown was erected as a temporary residence for Queen Victoria when she visited to review the troops. The barracks were substantially rebuilt in 1961-1969 by Building Design Partnership and the pavilion demolished. In 2002 the European Headquarters of the Computer Sciences Corporation, designed by RTKL UK, was completed on the site of the pavilion.
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