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Royal Pavilion, Aldershot, Hampshire: the entrance porch

RIBA61847
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

RIBA61848
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 approach

RIBA61849
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: a lodge

RIBA61850
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.

Married soldiers' housing, Pirbright Camp, Surrey

RIBA62076
Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES; This development of 94 houses was for the War Office.

Married soldiers' housing, Pirbright Camp, Surrey

RIBA62077
Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES; This development of 94 houses was for the War Office.

Married soldiers' housing, Pirbright Camp, Surrey

RIBA62078
Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES; This development of 94 houses was for the War Office.

Married soldiers' housing, Pirbright Camp, Surrey

RIBA62079
Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES; This development of 94 houses was for the War Office.

Married soldiers' housing, Pirbright Camp, Surrey

RIBA62080
Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES; This development of 94 houses was for the War Office.

Married soldiers' housing, Pirbright Camp, Surrey

RIBA62081
Lyons, Eric Alfred (1912-1980)
NOTES; This development of 94 houses was for the War Office.

Montgomery Lines barracks, Aldershot, Hampshire

RIBA63190
Building Design Partnership
NOTES: Built on the site of the former Stanhope Lines barracks, the Montgomery Lines are comprised of four barracks that were designed to house the 16th Parachute Brigade. They were officially opened in 1965.

Montgomery Lines barracks, Aldershot, Hampshire: detail of the textured concrete finish

RIBA63191
Building Design Partnership
NOTES: Built on the site of the former Stanhope Lines barracks, the Montgomery Lines are comprised of four barracks that were designed to house the 16th Parachute Brigade. They were officially opened in 1965.
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